Don-Art

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  1. Makes sense to me. I can appreciate building from scratch. You know how you want it look and perform, and basically you just construct it as you go in order to achieve your end results . Looks great Don
  2. Very nice job on this boat as the others. Did you go off a set of plans? Don
  3. Curt Appreciate the time and effort you have put in to restore the site. Don
  4. I have witnessed a road that was covered with salamanders in the fall of the year. I figured that it was migration to a hibernation area. I would think that you could get it to work. Even if you had to modify the shape of the head or angle. Sounds like a great bait for the fall time period. It's worth a try. Don
  5. They look fairly simple and easy to construct. I noticed that there are some YouTube videos of the put put boats. I think that the kids would have fun with them.
  6. Do a web search for put put boats. You can make them yourself fairly easily. They propel themselves and emit a put put sound. Need some adult supervision to run. But the kids would have a great time. Don
  7. I have used a vexilar flasher to shoot through an aluminum boat. This was a temporary situation in a rental boat. I placed the transducer in a plastic coffee can with a small amount of water. The vexilar will also shoot through ice, if you place a small amount of water between the transducer puck and the ice. Lots of people use this technique to locate a depth before drilling holes for ice fishing. Don
  8. I sent you a message. Think that your looking for me. Ben Works in our shipping department.
  9. The only thing that comes to mind is that the length on the taper maybe slightly longer on the thicker lure. I am presuming that your ballast weight was also scaled along with the thickness change. It also makes me wonder if a 5/8" thickness might be the magic number. Don
  10. Mil thickness is often confused with millimeters. It is not the same. It is used for various plastics and for paint thickness. I believe that 20 mil would be .020" equivalent.
  11. .020" PETG is what I used with success.
  12. PETG is the material that most people are using.
  13. I use paper binder clips. They have worked very well for all of my applications.
  14. I just purchased a California Air. I haven't hooked up an airbrush to it yet. I bought a 1 HP. Twin aluminum tank model. I just finished installing a water trap. I have used to clean off some items and inflate a tire. I agree with Thehammer in the above post. It is by far the quietest compressor that I have owned. Have a hard time believing that it's a oil-less It will completely fill the tank from empty in approximately 2 minutes. It has a 4.6 gallon capacity. So far I am very happy with the purchase. Don
  15. Nathan, I hope that you have a speedy recovery. I always enjoy reading your posts. I also wish the best for your family. I can only imagine how hard it is for them. Don