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    • Ever wanted to own a military Hmmwv?
      By woodbutcher74 · Posted
      Several of the municipalities around here had these made available to them and they jumped on them. They were going to turn them into SWAT vehicles or rescue vehicles. When they got them home, most of them wouldn't run. Bad fuel pumps, run without any oil and a variety of problems. No parts available. You see them sittin around all the city garages and hid away in the county buildings.
    • Exterior Door Repair
      By wtnhighlander · Posted
      I'm with Steve on this one. Assuming you prefer to not replace the door, stabilize the core with epoxy, pare away the damaged veneer up to a cleanly scored line, then use Bondo to re-surface.
    • Exterior Door Repair
      By K COOPER · Posted
      you know, I thought about that after saying it. I'm checking into that now. Maybe others with better knowledge will lend an opinion.
    • The Psychedelic Mallet
      By vinnyjojo · Posted
      it's about time you popped the cherry on that uberlathe.  Cool mallet.  Dr. Leary would be proud.
    • Exterior Door Repair
      By Indy Cindy · Posted
      The chisel idea is working! Here is a picture of the cleaned up left side, almost makes me want to do the whole thing. NO!  More to do on the right side that has a bigger damaged area. Once I got to clean wood it turns out that some veneered areas are nearly 1/8 inch thick but others are almost nothing. I will try milling some wood tomorrow to see how thin I can go with my planer. I do see filler of some sort involved in this project and sealing other cracked areas, sanding to fair transitions. Yeah, we need a new door, but it gets jumped on and scratched up by the dogs so it isn't on my list. Good to know about the Habitat store, I will keep that in mind.   Coop, I've only used epoxy as an adhesive. Will it sand well and accept paint?
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