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Cooter Brown

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This is what I have taken from the box 20180608_102042.jpg

And here are the tools that I removed that I put in the box the last time I had it.
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Don’t know what that stuff is that didn’t get taken except for the giant easy out , I think things that go in the box should be for hobby type machining not specially items for production type machines, that us hobby guys don’t have .
Looks like you took some useful tools out , hopefully useful tools go back in it.
 

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I almost forgot to post a picture of these... I also took a 1/2" Hex Wrench and some bearing babbitt slugs.To whoever put the babbitt in there: I love you.
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For some reason every time I have put stuff like that in there, They do not last long. IT has been ages since I did any bearings with it. It is almost like when I use to body work with the leading, Don't miss that.
 

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What are babbitts for? I was curious what those were.
 

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Babbitt is used to make a type of bearing
 

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Interesting. Ive never seen or heard of them before.
 

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It was used on some of the older lathes etc instead of bronze bearings surfaces. I also use to have a set of bearing scrapers but they disappeared while I was in the desert years ago,
 

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Interesting. Ive never seen or heard of them before.
You're probably telling your age here. Auto engines used to have babbitt bearings waaaaayy back in the day. :big grin:
 

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Oh i would believe it from what i read. I wouldnt have a clue how to use themi thought they were solid lead blocks personally.
 

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I just got the box back on the road today.
 

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I'll set the hand truck out by the mailbox.
 

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Arrived the box has. One riv-nut is giving me grief, spinning. I'll work on getting it out tomorrow evening.
 

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Arrived the box has. One riv-nut is giving me grief, spinning. I'll work on getting it out tomorrow evening.
Might have to drill out the head of a screw...
 

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Nothing that drastic. A tap with a power screwdriver popped the screw loose.


All I have to say is holy Russian nesting dolls. There's no way I'm going to get all of that looked at in one night.... or back in the box.
 

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All I have to say is holy Russian nesting dolls. There's no way I'm going to get all of that looked at in one night.... or back in the box.

I did say you were gonna poop right.....
 

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I'm going to have to scrounge for smaller items to put back in the box. And I'm biasing my "keeper" choices towards larger things.

I've been unexpectedly busy this week; got a list of honey-doos from my realtor. The box will be ready to go back on the road Saturday or Monday at the latest. Next in line please PM me an address.
 

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I'm going to have to scrounge for smaller items to put back in the box. And I'm biasing my "keeper" choices towards larger things.

I've been unexpectedly busy this week; got a list of honey-doos from my realtor. The box will be ready to go back on the road Saturday or Monday at the latest. Next in line please PM me an address.
Rule #9 from the OP.
"9. If the box is in your possession it is your responsibility to contact the next member below you on the list for his or her address."

Not all the persons on the list "watch" the thread and may not be aware they're next. Therefore, rule #9.
 

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It took longer to repack this thing than it did to browse through the contents.

I was tempted to keep some bigger items, just to make room. But I just couldn't justify taking something I couldn't use... or even identify in some cases. The only thing I kept against my will was one pair of earplugs that were found after the box was sealed. I was NOT opening it again.


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The box was ready to go Saturday. Alas....

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I will have to do it on my lunch break Monday.
 

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Is that the 7/8-20 Tap? I have way to many of those.
 

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Yeah, it is. I have/had none.

It's on the way northwestward. 9505 5132 4818 8169 1781 77. Official weight unknown. "you broke my scale"
 

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Sweet! What was the cost Randy? Last time I got this it was $13ish flat rate box if I remember correctly.


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Yeppers. $13.65 as I remember, medium flat rate box.
 

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The box arrived today.

Cadillac you have a pm coming!


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Box is on its way! Weight is 43lbs. Would have cost $49.05 if it wasn’t flat rate.
Tracking number:9114901230801465315739


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Ok Where are the pics. You made it through that fast. It takes me a day just to go through it all trying to figure part of it out.
 

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Box is on its way! Weight is 43lbs. Would have cost $49.05 if it wasn’t flat rate.
Tracking number:9114901230801465315739


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I’m not seeing any pictures....
 
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