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Vibratory Compactor - Homemade vibratory compactor constructed from an air-cooled engine, steel plate, coil springs, tubing, bearings, shafting, and steel stock.


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Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAF) Cleaning

Clean your MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor when it's dirty rather than replace this 300 dollars part. It's quick and easy.

Masonry: Learn how to build with brick, concrete and stone to develop your masonry skills. Read more:

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How to Clean an Engine

Is your car or truck&rsquo;s engine a greasy mess? Don&rsquo;t really know <strong>how to clean an engine</strong>? Follow these simple steps to make your motor as shiny and clean as it was when it rolled off the assembly line.


Cornhole Rules and Scoring

A Guide to Cornhole.

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Life-Saving Safety Tips for Smoke Alarms

Write Down the Install Date Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years. Most manufacturers list the date a smoke alarm was made on the back. That's helpful information if you remember to look for it. Give yourself a proper reminder, and write the date you installed the alarm in big, bold letters on the base plate so you'll notice it every time you change the batteries.

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Jigsaw Tips and Essentials

Cut Anything The main mission of a jigsaw is to cut curves in wood, and it's easy to overlook its other abilities. Instead of slaving away with your hacksaw, grab your jigsaw to quickly cut steel, copper or any metal. You can also cut plastics and tougher stuff like ceramic tile and fiber cement siding. The key to success is to match the blade to the material.

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How to Repair Rust on a Car

How to Repair Rust on a Car: As long as vehicle body panels are made from steel, they’re going to rust.

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12 Tips for Drilling Holes in Metal

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