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Trailler Battery

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I have a dump trailer for my landscaping business and it the battery never last very long and Im not a big fan of remembering late at night that i need it charged for the following day. I was wondering if can run cables from the battery to the back bumper and attach it to the trailer with "high-amp quick connector" The truck is a 2006 Chevy 2500 HD, it has two batteries and the beefier alternator. Dont know what id the current draw of the little pump but the trailler on the photo is identical. Is 4 AWG ok? ~20 feet Would it fuck with the electronics? Would it be ok to have plugged in all the time when the trailler is conected, using the pump or not? Just an average joe here, not the brightest crayon of the box, please be very explicit with possible explanations.

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How do I join one threaded end (I believe 1 1/2 inch) to a pipe that is sawed off at the end like pic related? Which coupling or adapter do I need do you think? For a sump pump.
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Would /diy/ers make thier own eyewear frames? Wether it be for prescribed or just for fun shades to wear. That would be pretty pretty cool. I think.
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Hi /diy/ I have never posted here before but hope you guys would kindly help me out. A little about myself, I am 27 and had a rough childhood devoid of direction, I also didn't get a chance to goto school as most people did, I mention this because I have a life devoid of hobbies and am often bored, I was wondering if you all could recommenced a hobby that I can easily start while at the same time learning basic math, fractions, measurements and such, I've been considering wood working but have no idea where to even begin, what basic math skills should I brush up and learn before diving into something like that? What style of wood working is good for this and what can I start with that wont require a large supply of tools, Thanks a lot, I hope you all can help me enrich my life some.
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Has anyone designed an off grid shipping container based micro home? like plans and a list of thing you'd need? -solar panels -water filtration etc

I want to get into hobby welding.

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First time /diy/ poster here looking to get into hobby welding. Is it vital that I take some sort of welding class to learn how to do this? The only ones I can find in my area are 140 hour certification courses. Could I just practice this on my own and get gud that way? I've heard advice that mig welding is the way to go for a beginner. Just how capable is this type of welding? What sort of work is it capable of doing and what is too much for it? Could you recommend a good starter machine for me? Sorry for the noob questions, I'm out of my element here.

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>>>/bg/ What's /diy/'s opinion on the perfect underground shelter? Shipping containers shouldn't be used

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Roommate spilled contact cement in his room, i dont want to have to pay to replace the carpeting that the apartment complex JUST replaced, because they will charge us the full amount for it. Dap Weldwood Contact Cement, Original formula, not gel. It's still wet and i'm worried about the solvent damaging the carpet, need to get it out ASAP, any tips would be amazing
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Hi, /DIY/! Recently found a Model M (the dubber dome model tho) while playing Ingress. Opened it and cleaned it. Now I had an idea for a modification: implementing an LCD where the status LEDs are, using an Arduino (I'll also buy an iic adapter for said LCD). Now how do I read the led status for using it in the code? And also, how do I implement an RTC with it? I'm open to every suggestion!
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So it's my first working with building codes and why the fuck they have a minimum room size? This makes no sense.
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Looking to do a little DIY lighting project for my computer desk. Was thinking of getting 6ft of pic related. Want to hang it from the drop ceiling. Was planning to use the 5050 RGB LED strips you see on Ebay. Anyone do anything like it? How wide of a light do you get out of it? The reason i'm using that lens is it says it gives a wider light pattern in the shallow channel. How is the LED lights on the eyes? All I got in the room is fluorescent tubes and a desk lamp. Wan't to replace the desk lamp with this setup. Are all the Ebay LEDs about the same quality? I see some super cheap, some middle of the road, and some rather pricey.
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Does electricity get affected by gravity to a degree? If a mile of wiring ran vertically to the sky, and one was horizontal to the ground, and you ran a current through it, would there be a significant difference in the time it would reach the end of each wire? I know from a physics standpoint even light is affected by gravity to a miniscule degree, but I don't understand the physics of electric current.

crucible steel

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So I'm looking for resources on crucible steel, per-modern times. so far I've tracked some some theory's but they are incomplete or the information is just wrong. the closest believable thing I've found was India was making crucible steel on a large scale somewhere around the 8th century. but this is where things get fuzzy. I found a single resource that says they used a crucible that was completely closed off to oxygen and gases. the iron/charcoal and any other magic sauce was added than the crucible was sealed. but the crucible itself acted sort of like a flux, and as the charcoal and iron melted and bonded. the crucible would absorb some of the slag like a sponge to water. Then they'd pull out the hot crucible and set it off to the side to cool. after cooled they'd break the crucibles and you'd have a ball/ingot of steel. I guess I'm more curious on the crucible itself and not the process on the steel making. So do any of you know this? or have a good resource on finding out how these crucibles where made, I've looked at the geology of India and tried to source its mineral that would of been found on or really close to the surface that could be used as a crucible material. but that hasn't shown me much.

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