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Hey /diy/, I need a new project, so I am looking at this bitch. It's a 1977 dodge swinger for $650. Interior is fucked due to a roof leak. I looked at it, and surprisingly it would be a simple fix. Basically all it would take is stripping off all of the tar around the edges and around the roof vents and resealing it. I'd use something a lot better this time, probably something urethane based. I know a piece of aluminum that big has to flex a lot with the heat and the cold. Anyway, the structure of the thing is aluminum square tube. Now here's my question. I know how to MIG very well on steel. Never done it with aluminum though. Steep learning curve? Also I've been looking at different setups, and Google has a million different fucking things to say. Some say TIG only, some say MIG with a spool gun, and others say fuckit, run it through your regular MIG with different gas. What do you use? I'm wanting to add some reinforcement for a rooftop A/C, and there are several cracked welds that I want to repair and gusset. Also, General RV thread.

Homemade corkboard

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Hey /diy/ I made my own corkboard for notes, appointments, etc. My girlfriend bought me the cork (60cmx45cm) and that got me going. To give it more depth, I glued it all to some carboard of the same size and let it dry with 4 water containers (bidon in spanish, sorry) on top of each corner. It dried pretty well but ended up really curved. So I bought 4 light pieces of wood to make a frame. Again, I glued them (with poxiran) and put the water containers on the corners. Better than before but still a little bent on one corner. How can I straighten it all?
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Our kitchen sink is shot and can't be fixed for a while. Doing the dishes has really gotten to be a misery. I just realized, however, that we have a utility sink next to our washer and dryer, complete with hot water. Is it safe to use one of these for dishes? How can I tell?

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Hey Anybody else think that harbor freight is god's gift the world
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hello, how can i change my old school phone to a cat5 connection the phone company and isp left me with enough cat5 to wire. how should these connections be? this pic is related to what is in my house

Hose on a car radiator came loose, red liquid leaked out

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Guys, I'm sweating bullets... can one you car experts/aficionados pls help? I wanted to go to work today and started the car but it wouldn't move when I put it in drive. I opened the hood and noticed the giant leak under the car. Car is a 2006 Toyota Corolla. It was leaking red liquid (I'm guessing antifreeze) because the hose clamp on one of the three hoses at the bottom of the radiator came loose and the hose was dangling. Can I replace the hose clamp, buy a bottle of antifreeze and fix this? Why wouldn't the car wanna move? Did radiator hose mess up transmission? Will adding new liquid fix this? Thank you!!!
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Hey guys, I'm working on fabricating some longboard trucks for a project, and I can't find out the standard diameter of the bushing. Does anyone happen to know off the top of their head or have a longboard and some calipers to measure for me?
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So I've got a shitload of prickly pear growing in my backyard, how would I go about turning it into ethanol? I don't want to drink it or burn it as fuel for my car, really I just wanted to see if I could do it. I was wanting to harvest the pads instead of the fruit, since that's much easier to gather.

/ohm/ - Electronics General

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Link to previous thread: https://archive.moe/diy/thread/859954/#865305 >I'm new to electronics, where do I get started? There are several good books and YouTube channels that are commonly recommended for beginners and those wanting to learn more, many with advanced techniques. The best way to get involved in electronics is just to make stuff. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty. >Links to get started http://pastebin.com/9UgLjyND

Mobile Home

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So I have been renovating a mobile home I got for free. We redid the drywall and I started painting, but you can very clearly see the mudding tape through the paint, similar to pic related. How can you fix this? Do I have to take the paint off and remud?
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Has anyone ever heard of a rocket motor using smokeless powder as a propellant? It seems it would just blow up, wondering if anyone knows or has a schematic. Figured this would be a relevant diy thread

Motorized coffee grinder

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Can i glue these two together to drive my coffee grinder with an electric screwdriver? The hexa head is chrome vanadium, the penta head is steel.
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So i got this 3-phase cage motor without builtin fan so i added a fan to his chassis and i wired it to motor ground wire and one of the live ones, motor didnt work. When i rewired fans ground wire to neutral everything worked fine, but i dont know why was it like that, from my limited electrical knowledge, ground and neutral are basically the same, neutral is grounded at nearest transformator station, ground wire is there just for safety reasons for faster conducting of shortages, right ?

thought you guys would appriciate this

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http://news.xopom.com/93967/ Is this the first DIYfu?

getting my tachometer to read properly

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I bought one of these and have hooked it up to my holden cylinder 202 and I'm getting a reading of 3000 rpm when it should roughly be around 1100 - 800. so my question is how came I get the tachometer to output the right rpm? what would it take? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/141451119894?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

hand made clock

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made from left over wood, even the smallest pieces can be used with a bit of imagination.......or in my case , too much

Siphon coffee brewing

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Say you were to make your own siphon brewer; wanting to improve on the design, how would you do it? Still utilizing the concept of using the vacuum created when the boiling flask cools down, but not restricted by making something practical/small. Ie: how would you make the cleanest coffee, using the siphon idea?

External Pull-up Voltage

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I'm trying to refurbish some old hardware, and right now I'm focusing on replacing the MCU. The MCU is supplied 5V, and some of the output data lines are pulled up to 6V above VCC with either 11k or 100k resistors. A few questions: >how does the max voltage spec at a data pin set to output work, is it a property of current limitation or something else? >if I were to use a 3.3V MCU like the Parallax Propeller, would a 5v-3.3v level converter work fine with the current pullups? pic unrelated

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