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Name Timothy Du Vernet
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Re: A Tip on a very good grease for outside applications
#1   Jan 14, 2009 10:53 pm
What mechanism do you know of that is exposed to the elements and often punished by rain, mud and sand? This mechanism also has to put up with occasional grass, twigs and more. It's called a bicycle gear and chain drive. For demanding outdoor applications requiring the optimum of lubing and rust prevention, I use hi grade chain lube from a bike store. DO NOT use WD-40. It is just too light and actually strips away some of the silicone lubricants that are apart of modern drives. For rust prevention, Crown Rust proofing spray is the best.
Re: Oil Change on Honda 24" track snow blower
#2   Jan 8, 2009 12:41 pm
Chains on the Simplicity aren't recommended due to the size of the wheel. What it comes down to is that the 38 is huge compared to the little wheels and the big track on the 24. Dealer suggested screwing small screws into the lugs.
Re: Digital vs. Film SLRs
#3   Jan 8, 2009 12:38 pm
Hi Roger,

I guess that depends on how much you spend on the film, the processing and the camera. And how long you keep your digital camera. Purchasing and processing transparency film today is expensive, total about $30 - 40 per roll, so ten rolls would buy an intro digital.
Powered Wheel Barrow, Ontario Dealers? Experience with?
#4   Jan 8, 2009 12:29 pm
I saw a powered, track wheel barrow being used in a State Park in the US and wondered in there any dealers of such devices in Ontario.
Re: Simplicity 38" blower, reduce catching of the guides?
#5   Jan 8, 2009 12:27 pm
Sorry, the riding part may have made it sound like a riding blower, but this is a walk behind. Better analogy would be like old fashioned hand plowing behind a horse.
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