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KB7CG
KB7CG
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Last Activity: 06-11-2017, 05:22 PM
Joined: 12-27-2012
Location: BOULDER CITY, NV
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    I know what you mean Ryan... I was hot and heavy in UHF & VHF for years and years. Being an EE I was on the tech committees did more than my share of mountain topping, and tower climbing... the magic moment was one weekend, my grandson's High School Graduation was taking place, and I wanted to be...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    . Really.... as in S1 and S4 ?...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Sizing an I-beam for overhead hoist
    I thought I was doing something wrong... I posted 5 pictures in the "Project " section and they all came out as thumbnails... I was really disappointed...
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  • KB7CG
    started a topic Winch mount for my trailer

    Winch mount for my trailer

    I have a really nice 6X12 Aluminum trailer that I wanted to mount a winch on, without drilling any holes, that might weaken the structure... here's what I came up with:

    would love to hear comments both good and bad.

    chuck
    mount hooks under the front cross member. Swings up and over, then locks in place by the front rail
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  • KB7CG
    replied to XMT 350 - exploded capacitor
    Capacitors don't like age either... if in question, what was the working voltage of the old one? Check the voltage on the positive side, if it's not overly high, your old one just died of old age! Replace it and forget about it. Hell if there are others in the circuit, I'd replace those too, while you're...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    Thanks, I'll give them a call Monday What a great source of information this site is!

    chuck...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    H80N... I like your Morgan... I have a pair of " B's" and 59 A (not running, project car... as if I need another project!... ) would love a Three wheeler but can't afford it. There are a couple here in the S. Nevada area, I see them once in a while.
    chuck
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    Thanks. HOZ... I checked both the FCC webpage and QRZ ... both have me down as good till 3/14/2026... not sure what you were looking at, but thanks for checking anyway... out of sight, out of mind!...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    I'll have to check that out, been a while since I looked at it, thanks HOZ...

    WELL... it wasn't the consumables ... stopped after work yesterday, and bought all new everything... still doing the exact same thing. Cut about two inches into 1/4 plate... POP. No more cutting ... looking at...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    Thanks to the forum, I found the manual, which I didn't have, and fount a list of consumables, again none of which I had.. it's the ICE 40T handle. I'll go down to the local Miller dealer tomorrow and pickup a replacement package, along with a replacement internal air filter element.

    All...
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  • KB7CG
    replied to Question for one of you Pros
    Sorry you are right, it is a 625... I will get SN here shortly, thanks for your reply
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  • KB7CG
    started a topic Question for one of you Pros

    Question for one of you Pros

    I purchased a used 675 X tream Plasma machine. Connected to 220V and 80 to 90 psi air. Say I try to cut a 1/4 in plate with it, I get maybe one or two inches into the cut, everything seems fine, then a loud "pop" and the arc goes out. Air is still flowing, but no cutting. And it usually won't...
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