Joined on August 19, 2009
Last Post on April 10, 2013
@ April 10, 2013 6:38 PM in Anybody seen theseRecently I think I bought them in Home Depot. But can,t seem to find Then again really handy for the trucks
@ April 1, 2013 8:20 AM in WTB: Ridgid 1210I will send you a message with my email
@ March 31, 2013 4:25 PM in Threaded connectionsIs gray
Seems very popular on the east coast
@ March 31, 2013 3:50 PM in WTB: Ridgid 1210I am really temped. I have 2 ridged 700 and 2 300.
The automatic oiler would be real nice , I think I,ll give one a try unless anyone has had
A bad experience ??
@ March 29, 2013 2:30 PM in Need Assistance with a Laing EcoCirc EM1Hi,
Does anyone know where I can find a Laing EcoCirc E1?
@ March 27, 2013 8:37 PM in One Rad hydronic systemI will use the ecocirc
I have used stainless towel rail before on the recirculating line And it works great.
But this is an apartment building so standalone is the only option.
@ March 27, 2013 6:54 PM in One Rad hydronic systemNot to try this one gravity. I know it can work well in some situations.
Towel rail was already installed when I got there, Have Air and flow tested the pipe work but they are half-inch I cannot see where they go.
Towel rail is all brass (non ferrous material)
Leaning toward the Laing E1
Electric is out
Anybody know which circulator is the quietest
Thanks again guys
@ March 27, 2013 8:14 AM in One Rad hydronic systemI need to create a small hot water system one Towel rail .
I am thinking 2 gallon electric water heater, 9d, PRV, Low water cut off, And smallest circulator I can find.
Only need to move Less than 1 GPM, less than 10 feet of pipe so Almost no head.
Has anybody ever done this? Can I get a circulator small enough or do I need to go primary secondary.
Need to keep this as simple as possible
@ March 24, 2013 10:40 AM in Sprinter look a like from FiatNever ran right from day one I had it back to the dealer seven times in the first year losing seven days
I don't know if I just got a lemon But I have not met anybody who is 100% happy with the 2007 and later model
I know Mercedes now have a bluetec engine maybe these are better
@ March 22, 2013 7:50 PM in Sprinter look a like from FiatMy first diesel in this country. For the mileage we do if gas is more reliable it's a no-brainer
I have a Ford E350 utility master nine years old no problems, GAS.
@ March 21, 2013 7:29 PM in Sprinter look a like from FiatIs the 2007 model I waited for the new model to Come out And I really regret that now
The older model seems to Have been a much better van
38,000 miles, Rebuilt tranny, new catalytic converter And lots of other smaller problems
It's the downtime that kills you, off the road, on average at least one day a month since
New. I wonder if it is a bad thing to buy the first model of anything.
I've always had a Ford With little or no trouble. So I will be going back to Ford from here on in. Although I am A little concerned about buying the first model of the Transit just in case they haven't ironed out the kinks
@ March 20, 2013 9:01 PM in Sprinter look a like from FiatThe Transit will replace the Econoline
Don't know if that's true.
I had an early Transit 1986 in Ireland Back in the day. Still think it's the best van I ever owned
I have a sprinter now, But it has been lots of trouble
@ March 11, 2013 4:59 PM in Best pex for warmboardFor your Help
Exactly what I needed
@ March 11, 2013 1:15 PM in Best pex for warmboardWe will be using a taco RmB 1
You would have no preference on the pex provided it is approved for warmboard
@ March 11, 2013 9:37 AM in Best pex for warmboardIn the past we have always used pex aluminum pex I have heard people say it is the least likely to have expansion noise
There are a lot of other types Now approved for warmboard any experiences or suggestions Greatly appreciated
@ March 10, 2013 10:23 AM in Sidewall ventingFor the detailed response I should've mentioned the Manufactures instructions Must be followed
But I was curious to see what other state laws are regarding the horizontal distance from an openable window. Most of the manuals show 12 inches. I seem to remember reading a recent post Where the poster stated their local law was 12 inches
@ March 8, 2013 9:12 PM in Sidewall ventingJust curious to see what local codes Call for in each Town or state
Minimum distance from an openable window
Here in New York City they Want 4' Which in most cases cannot be done
I have a friend who works in Europe They only require 8 inches Where he works
What is your local code
@ March 5, 2013 9:31 PM in 2013 Long Island BIG UGLY....who's in?????Big thanks to Mad dog For setting it all up
Hopefully we can do something later in the summer before the heating season starts
Thanks again my friend
@ March 1, 2013 2:18 PM in Two pipe Air vented systemI found three areas where steam can shot circuit between supply and return
The thing is some of it looks original is there any possible reason for this it makes no sense to me
Just want to be sure before I drop them below the Water line