Recent content by not_nick

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    Firearms bullshit

    If cali .gov had it's way, you'd get more punishment for wanting to carry a gun than you would for actually shooting someone
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    Dual Battery Setup : LiFePO4 vs AGM vs Deep Cycle, Lead Acid, etc

    You could run the agm in the cab with a fuse box completely separate and just keep enough extra cable to switch between either if one goes out and you need to use something or start the truck
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    Dual Battery Setup : LiFePO4 vs AGM vs Deep Cycle, Lead Acid, etc

    I think you got it all figured out there. It's a bit of overkill so starts are easy and don't drain it much. Pair that with driving hard/lotsa revs basically anytime there's no cars in front of me (often out here in the hills) and prioritizing light weight with pretty much every mod. My...
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    Dual Battery Setup : LiFePO4 vs AGM vs Deep Cycle, Lead Acid, etc

    https://antigravitybatteries.com/products/starter-batteries/automotive/ag-24-rs/ i have this in 40 amp hour configuration I got a little charger/tender thing with it just in case but haven't used it yet
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    Dual Battery Setup : LiFePO4 vs AGM vs Deep Cycle, Lead Acid, etc

    No mods; thought about a voltage monitor of some kind but i haven't even checked it once yet to see how it does :noidea: (at this point i'm a little nervous that i'd start having problems as soon as i did start keeping an eye on it). No idea if it does anything to control temps when charging...
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    Dual Battery Setup : LiFePO4 vs AGM vs Deep Cycle, Lead Acid, etc

    I've run an AntiGravity LiFePO4 for about a year now in my daily driver 2nd gen taco. Maybe a couple dozen starts around 10 degrees or less a few of them into the negatives, but only this past winter so far. A handful of 3hr+ drives. Makes the starter sound like its on the roids too, cranks...
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    Welders, welding, and stuff

    If you have patience and attention to detail, buying a TIG only machine can be a sneaky way to get more machine for the money up front. Gonna have to spend a little more time learning. A lot more time prepping the weld and doing the weld, but the versatility and quality is unbeatable by a long...
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    Tools and Shop Talk - Opinions, Thoughts, Reviews, B.S., etc.

    Still drunk from the night before or from whatever you had with your breakfast? Not sure which is worse really
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    Shock Tech

    Huh kinda closer to what i was thinking than expected. Thanks man!
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    Shock Tech

    Yeah that'd be cool. Or even just a picture with somethin to compare it to so i can get an idea of where to put one. Garage is runnin out of room but i'm really interested in doing shock rebuilds n valving more for like a side hustle or sumn
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    Shock Tech

    how big is the Branick 7600 spring compressor? Will it take up a lot of space?
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    Tools and Shop Talk - Opinions, Thoughts, Reviews, B.S., etc.

    You're not wrong for keeping your saw lined up that well. It's just that you'll get the perfect cut... just to have it be anywhere from a hair to an 8th off in a few hours as the temp/humidity changes, and same with whatever the board is being screwed to, and to realize you're measuring with a...
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    Tools and Shop Talk - Opinions, Thoughts, Reviews, B.S., etc.

    The whole idea of buying tools based on the battery and charger you have really only saves you if you only have a few tools. If you have like four tools it'd be way more expensive to get a separate battery and charger for each. If you have an arsenal or you're a tradesman for a living it's not...
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    Shock Tech

    had fox 2.0s on the rear of my second gen for a while. Even with the valving being a little off the entire time, it's really really underrated how well a 2.0 shock can perform on a tacoma as long as you don't push it too much on hot days n cook the seals
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    Tools and Shop Talk - Opinions, Thoughts, Reviews, B.S., etc.

    McMaster? Grainger? Would a regular spline drive work with some force?
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