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Old February 19th, 2018, 03:02 PM #11
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Old February 19th, 2018, 03:26 PM #12
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I wish everything went as smoothly as getting the stove this morning. Took my right rear caliper off my truck. One piston came out pretty easy, but it is cracked from all the heat. The other piston is going to require some serious hydraulic pressure to get it out. Compressed air is not getting the job done. So, time to buy a new caliper. This plan might come together by the end of the week and I might have my truck back. lol Best laid plans of mice and men.

Stove looks great in the basement though.
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Old February 19th, 2018, 03:29 PM #13
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Stove looks great in the basement though.
Just to be sure, you're not planning on actually doing the powdercoating in the basement, right? I would assume not, but just making sure.
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Just to be sure, you're not planning on actually doing the powdercoating in the basement, right? I would assume not, but just making sure.
I will be spraying outside. That stuff makes a mess all over the place, but according to Eastwood it is environmentally friendly. So, outside it is.

Plan is to build a cabinet out of plywood that will hold the racks to the oven in it. I will hang the parts from those oven racks and put the racks inside this plywood box. Then, I will spray the parts. Once covered, I will take the oven rack, with the part hanging on it, from the plywood box, carry it inside the basement, slide the rack with parts hanging on it into the oven, and bake at 400 degrees until nice and done. Going to use my infrared heat gun to measure the part temp. The part needs to be 400 degrees for 10 to 20 minutes for that stuff to set up nice. This might be a project for the new house. Still need to get the media blaster and powder coating gun. Was going to powder coat the calipers on my truck after tax season, but the one caliper crapping out on me has jacked up all those plans. Trying to buy/build a new house is screwing up my plans too. I need to cut back on the plans to reduce stress.
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No, I meant I hope you'll be doing the baking outside. The baking process in the oven gives off a lot of fumes
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No, I meant I hope you'll be doing the baking outside. The baking process in the oven gives off a lot of fumes
Basement room that the stove is in is underneath the garage. The doors to this area open to the outside air. Cement ceiling and brick and block all the way around this room, with the exception of the doors and the window. I should be alright. I've run the snow blower and generator in this room without any exhaust fumes getting into the actual house. Worst case scenario, I get a really long 220 extension cord or run the stove off the 220 plug on the generator.
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Glad you're pleased, fabsroman.
Happy to have my kitchen back to normal!
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