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by Jerry84
November 30th, 2021, 8:12 pm
Forum: I.C.E. / Car Audio Tech
Topic: reviews on optima batteries
Replies: 25
Views: 3029

Re: reviews on optima batteries

rollingstock wrote:When you say dead, what is the resting voltage presently?

Severely discharged for me was 9-10v
Sorry for the late response. My resting voltage is under 5v.
Wondering if I could resuscitate??
by Jerry84
November 28th, 2021, 9:15 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

My home is 2 storey but I haven't started the upstairs yet, I just blocked around the downstairs and live there. The decking is exposed to the elements a few years now and I'm thinking about putting those roman columns and support the roof on those and then bit by bit block around the exterior wall...
by Jerry84
November 11th, 2021, 8:54 pm
Forum: I.C.E. / Car Audio Tech
Topic: reviews on optima batteries
Replies: 25
Views: 3029

Re: reviews on optima batteries

They work well. Used one for about 3 years with an inverter to power a fan for when electricity goes for the baby. I usually recharged it when it was severely discharged. Gave it away when I got the generator. How did you recharge it as I have one that was just sitting around for a while and found ...
by Jerry84
November 9th, 2021, 6:47 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Good night. So I am exploring the option of fabricating a steel structure above my garage. Dimensions are 30ft in length by 27 ft wide. Most fabricators telling me I have to trench all the way around but I'm not putting up any walls around. My initial thought based on advice from a contractor in my ...
by Jerry84
October 14th, 2021, 8:41 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: What the Best Split level AC Units...Carrier LG, Panasonic?
Replies: 1591
Views: 269404

Re: What the Best Split level AC Units...Carrier LG, Panasonic?

Rayden6 wrote:Check Neilcool in Endevour prices really good
After service sucks though from my experience.
by Jerry84
October 14th, 2021, 8:28 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Large Appliance Advice
Replies: 39
Views: 8555

Re: Large Appliance Advice

Reviving an old thread here. Anyone took advantage of the sale in standards running for today and tomorrow? What's your views?

Also any reviews on Samsung freestanding stoves? Interested in getting one from standards. Reviews welcomed.
by Jerry84
October 4th, 2021, 9:17 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: The DIY CCTV camera system thread
Replies: 218
Views: 38928

Re: The DIY CCTV camera system thread

Looking for a reliable dvr to start my camera system. Got a few Hikvision 1080p cameras (dome and bullet) from my brother who had a few extra after his install. Would like to get a clean color image as my parents need to be able to see the footage clearly day and night. What's a good brand, average ...
by Jerry84
September 19th, 2021, 11:39 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Spin Down Water filters.
Replies: 7
Views: 643

Re: Spin Down Water filters.

Same sentiments as you jackal. It is what it is. I just hope and pray no one falls sick or die due to their contaminated water because that would mean litigation proceedings and wasa does not have a dime to spend on a losing case. I disagree with your statement "wasa doesn't have a dime to spe...
by Jerry84
September 19th, 2021, 11:32 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: :: The official TOOLS thread ::
Replies: 6834
Views: 741294

Re: :: The official TOOLS thread ::

Does it make sense repairing a black and decker grinder? Got it as a gift some years ago and used it for normal light stuff around the house. Now when turned on the blade is wobbling a bit via the shaft which, for some reason, has a little play. If I have to buy another for just regular home use(occ...
by Jerry84
September 12th, 2021, 5:56 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Also share the epoxy base coat you referring too please
by Jerry84
September 12th, 2021, 5:54 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Anyone here ever used the Jotun metal primer? I have a pedestrian gate that was recently built with zinc coated rhs. I'm only familiar with the regular etching primer for the paint to hold. I was told the Jotun primer is better to use for this application. What are your thoughts? What's the process...
by Jerry84
September 12th, 2021, 5:52 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

I am not sure what metal primer you are referring to but last year, I redid my fence sections (9 total) and gate. Previously, there was etching primer and then many layers of paint/red oxide after being installed 10+ years and repainting several times. I ended up stripping all paint (water and tool...
by Jerry84
September 10th, 2021, 6:46 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Anyone here ever used the Jotun metal primer? I have a pedestrian gate that was recently built with zinc coated rhs. I'm only familiar with the regular etching primer for the paint to hold. I was told the Jotun primer is better to use for this application. What are your thoughts? What's the process ...
by Jerry84
August 28th, 2021, 7:32 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2674
Views: 326496

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

adnj wrote:I would consider a drip irrigation system.
Thanks for the suggestion bro.
by Jerry84
August 28th, 2021, 7:30 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here
Replies: 395
Views: 30505

Re: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here

using a water pump and holes in pvc means you would end up with water shooting at high pressure into the soil, digging holes, damaging roots etc you need drip emitters that will control the flow of the water google 1gph or .5 gph drip emitters plant doctors has one for sale that threads into 5/32 h...
by Jerry84
August 28th, 2021, 7:21 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here
Replies: 395
Views: 30505

Re: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here

So I'm thinking about planting a lot of land next door to me. My idea is to do about 10 "banks" 10 ft long by 2ft wide for small seasonings and herbs. I will do regular banks for bigger crops which require more space in between. My major hurdle is time to irrigate daily as I have a full t...
by Jerry84
August 26th, 2021, 4:17 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here
Replies: 395
Views: 30505

Re: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here

bluefete wrote:
Jerry84 wrote:So I'm thinking about planting a lot of land next door to me.
What are your thoughts, concerns, opinions.Thanks in advance


Is this YOUR land?
Yes it is
by Jerry84
August 25th, 2021, 7:58 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2674
Views: 326496

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

So I'm thinking about planting a lot of land next door to me. My idea is to do about 10 "banks" 10 ft long by 2ft wide for small seasonings and herbs. I will do regular banks for bigger crops which require more space in between. My major hurdle is time to irrigate daily as I have a full ti...
by Jerry84
August 25th, 2021, 7:57 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2674
Views: 326496

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

NR8 wrote:Where did you get them from?
Sorry for the late reply. I wanted a specific variety so got that pod and harvested the seeds which I set accordingly. Got about 100 plants at the moment.
by Jerry84
August 25th, 2021, 7:42 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here
Replies: 395
Views: 30505

Re: Lockdown Home Garden thread. Post your homegrown plants here

So I'm thinking about planting a lot of land next door to me. My idea is to do about 10 "banks" 10 ft long by 2ft wide for small seasonings and herbs. I will do regular banks for bigger crops which require more space in between. My major hurdle is time to irrigate daily as I have a full ti...
by Jerry84
August 25th, 2021, 7:29 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Folks. I have a quantity of geotextile fabric left over from my recently completed project. 12.5 ft wide x 190 ft long. It was more cost effective to buy a roll rather than the length I needed. Full disclosure: If you were to buy this in precut pieces, it's sold at $675 (VI) for 25 feet long. At th...
by Jerry84
August 5th, 2021, 6:50 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

So I was given a suggestion to box the ibeam and cast it after drilling the ground and driving some steel down. I have some half inch steel. Do you all think this would be sufficient? The rebar for the concrete encasement to the column has to be set into the concrete using an epoxy adhesive . You s...
by Jerry84
August 5th, 2021, 10:48 am
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

pugboy wrote:is it bolted to a plate ? or cast into a hole?
It's cast into the hole
by Jerry84
August 4th, 2021, 7:18 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Good day. Looking for suggestions for the following problem. So there is a shed/parking area to the back of my house. This structure is supported by steel posts. The one at the end which is susceptible to weathering is corroded at the bottom. I fear it may collapse after a period of time. Looking f...
by Jerry84
August 4th, 2021, 6:53 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Good day. Looking for suggestions for the following problem. So there is a shed/parking area to the back of my house. This structure is supported by steel posts. The one at the end which is susceptible to weathering is corroded at the bottom. I fear it may collapse after a period of time. Looking fo...
by Jerry84
July 27th, 2021, 6:55 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Thanks for the suggestions You can use a piece of wire or fiberglass screen from the hardware or from scrap. Build a frame from wood or just use a hot-melt glue gun to put a bead of glue around the opening a bit at a time. Trim the excess away once the adhesive has cured. Can you advise as to what e...
by Jerry84
July 27th, 2021, 4:21 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: ***THE FARMERS CHED***
Replies: 2674
Views: 326496

Re: ***THE FARMERS CHED***

Got some small cocoa trees to plant in an estate. There are relatively short (1-2 ft) so awaiting them to get fairly taller before planting them. The thing is I noticed the leaves turning brown on some and what seems to be eaten leaves on others. What can be done to alleviate this situation as I not...
by Jerry84
July 27th, 2021, 4:04 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: Building a house in Trinidad
Replies: 3831
Views: 731223

Re: Building a house in Trinidad

Good day. Not sure if this was covered before but I was wondering what options I have in making my bathroom bug proof. I have a vent that's approximately 2ft x 1ft. Want to maintain the vent but just prevent insects (mosquitoes, flies and roaches) from coming in. Also I was thinking of a diy fix as ...
by Jerry84
June 28th, 2021, 8:04 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: DIY: Repainting Vanished/Lacquered kitchen cupboard with different color…
Replies: 9
Views: 696

DIY: Repainting Vanished/Lacquered kitchen cupboard with different color…

I have something similar to this to do. My intention is to spray the cupboard with a color of my choice. Was advised to use car paint. I wanted to make this a diy project but my obstacle is mixing the paint. I have compressor and spray gun already. Any advice?

Op sorry for the hijack!!
by Jerry84
June 28th, 2021, 7:56 pm
Forum: Ole talk and more Ole talk
Topic: :: The official TOOLS thread ::
Replies: 6834
Views: 741294

Re: :: The official TOOLS thread ::

Phone Surgeon wrote:firestone is a branded liner

this is a 23mil geomembrane liner straight from a factory

400 square meters total
What's the dimensions of the pond liner and what price are you asking for it??

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