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blybrook PE

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  1. blybrook PE

    EB Mafia

    Wood chippers have a feed tray at the bottom of the chute. Once something gets stuck in there, including clothing, it's pulling you in!
  2. blybrook PE

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    Just get the yarn / finished product stuck in the feed tray. It'll pull in the knitter while they attempt to free their hard work.
  3. Get a small dab of wheel bearing or lithium grease and coat the terminals before installation. It'll help combat future corrosion.
  4. I've had batteries last anywhere from a year to over ten years. The one in my plow truck is going on 7 years, the wife's truck was just replaced and it was 10 years. My daily driver had new batteries 6 years after purchase from dealership. For living in -40 degrees and having hard winters, that's really good for the battery. With the signs of corrosion, there's likely an issue inside and time to get it replaced. Either swing by Orielly, Autozone, Carquest or similar chain and have it swapped out.
  5. I had an ABS issue on a Ford Ranger, was the wire connector at the master cylinder. Changed the connection and all the warning lights went away. Although, there's a better repair for all of it, cheaper too if the vehicle isn't having issues - Electrical tape. Just cover the offending light and continue driving!
  6. blybrook PE

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    ALL of your test results!
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