This is sort of what I am planning now, which is to anchor the pallet to the
Drilling holes and sinking female threaded fittings is the best approach, I
think, but that entails buying/renting an impact hammer for a one-time use
of 4 holes.
It's certainly the most elegant solution though.
On Fri, 28 Oct 2016 15:06:05 -0000 (UTC), Bill Moinihan
Sorry, I cant resist this.........
Since all the other posts on alt.home.repair today are about Trump or
Hillary, why not just get them two idiots to hold down your tire
changer. Put one on the right and the other on the left....
At least they would both serve some useful purpose (for the first
(I'll shut up now.....)
On Friday, October 28, 2016 at 3:45:57 PM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
But how could you ever stand to listen to the two of them? Trump
would be whining that the whole thing is rigged, it's unfair to him,
he's been deliberately put in the worst spot. Hillary would be
coughing and having convulsions while giving the hyena laugh.
I have a friend who is a trucker and we got an old semi truck brake
drum out of the scrap steel bin. I bolted the tire changer to that and
buried it outside. Nice and solid. Tell the wife it's some kind of
fancy bird feeder if she complains.
BTW, parts of those Harbor Freight changers can be bent, go easy on
the tough tires.
I have a bubble balancer and it does a pretty good job, plenty good
enough for the way I drive. I like changing the tires... reminds me of
the good old days when I worked at a gas station for my first job and we
did them by hand. Those old 14 inch deep dish Chevy and Ford rims could
be a challenge.
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