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About shaneandjohn

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    Father and Son
  • Birthday 01/30/1974

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    Fife Washington
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    Reef Keeping is our main hobby. ( Or an Addiction as my Wife would say)

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  1. Sold

    Buy with confidence from this great seller. My Softy Reef is stocked full of coral from Lawn's tankπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
  2. They manufacture some amazing products. We purchase from them in 55 gallon drums πŸ‘ The TB111 is what we use the most of!!
  3. I agree with this ^^^ . There are many ways to achieve success with this hobby, but the end goal is necessay to create the necessary path to reach it. My advise would be to budget for a quality RODI system from the beginning.. Clean, quality water is the backbone of a successful reef, whick is often times overlooked
  4. I will agree with Lawn on this. I have found that it is much less stressful and agrivating to just have the right people do the job. At this point in my life, I would rather hire the work done, and have it done correctly the first time, then to try to save a few bucks and mess with it myself. Plumbing and electrical are at the top of this list
  5. Happy birthday bud. πŸ‘πŸ‘ Treat yourself right and have a nice dinner!! "The problem with bariatric surgery is people continue to stuff themselves until their stomach is stretched back. Keto works and it works fast." This is true in many cases. I have a coworker who had the surgery 3 years ago, and today weighs the same as he did prior to the surgery. The problem is people dont change their lifestyle and mindset to accommodate their goals.They completely rely on the surgery, which is a huge mistake. My wife had the surgery in the first week of January, and has now lost 60 lbs to date. She has changed her whole lifestyle, her attitude and has a renewed outlook on life. She understands that it will, and does take more than just the surgery to reach her ultimate weight goal. Propper nutrition and exercise as well and the correct mindset are the most impressive part of her journey. I have even lost a little weight ( Which I did not need to do) just by making better, healthier dietary choices. I completely support her, even though I did NOT agree with the decision for surgery. It was her choice, her decision, so all I could do was be her support staff. Its her journey, I am just along for the ride πŸ‘πŸ‘
  6. My suggestion would be AI πŸ‘ I think you would be better off with 2 primes over 1 Hydra 26. The 26 will light the middle, but you would have shadowing on the edges. AI lights are very easy to set up, and you will have all of the conroll you could ever need. AI offers many mounting options, that are well built , sturdy, and Visually appealing πŸ˜€
  7. Skimmer and GFO/Carbon reactor for Biocube 29

    There is a lot of good suggestions here! I would say to make sure you are using 0 TDS water as your foundation as well. All of the infprmation here will be useless if your make up water is not pure to begin with πŸ‘πŸ‘
  8. That quick loss of focus is all the time it takes 😟
  9. Yes sir- This is my world. Alarm set for 2:45 - out the door by 3:10 - 3:15 depending on how long my dogs take to wizzle. The plus side is its only me, the Drunks and the PoPo on the road - The down side is the same 😳😳 Harold - Now stop being a Dumbass and lets think about this. Woodworking can be challenging enough with all of your digits, why make it harder on yourself by trying to work with less? Be smart and more importantly, be safe.... I have seen some gruesome sawmill accidents, all of which were preventable.... Work Smart young man.. Now get the superglue and get your cut disinfected and closed up...
  10. Cobolt MJ1200

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  11. The clamps are a great investment. My only suggestions would be to buy another one πŸ‘ Your glue up should have a clamp on each end, and one in the middle. The clamp in the middle should oppose the 2 end clamps. This will keep your workpiece more flat, reduce cupping, and allow less passes on sanding πŸ‘πŸ‘
  12. Good that you got that figured out! There shouldn't be any burn when the stock is ripped correctly, so that is a sign something needs to be corrected. Is your saw variable speed?
  13. Happy Friday everyone! Another Hot one in the PNW , 95 and climbing 😱😱 This dude has the right idea, sacked out in front of the AC πŸ˜‚
  14. Its good to see Harold is figuring this out in his early stages of woodworking. Moisture is a key factor is many facets of the process - be it in the raw stock itself, the machines and tooling used to manufacture, down to the final finish πŸ‘