coastal1

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  1. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Spring is around the corner....   

    Same here. Suppose to be in the high 60's by Sunday. Even next week is suppose to be in the high 50's to low 60's. The phone has already started ringing and this should help.
    I'm ready to get the ball rolling full steam!!!
    Mike
  2. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Malicious Site Warning   

    So far this morning, all seems to be working good.
    Mike
  3. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Malicious Site Warning   

    Chris, You are correct with the blazing fast. It's why I use my phone during the daytime. It's super fast... My HP Laptop is pretty quick but the Droid Turbo is bam, bam, bam...
    Mike
  4. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Malicious Site Warning   

    I have received the same message when using my laptop through Firefox.
    On my phone through Google chrome they take it a step further and tell me my phone has been heavily damaged???
    I took my phone to my local Verizon store and they told me nothing is wrong with my phone....
    Several times today, the RCIA site couldn't be reached with the phone????
    Also today, I couldn't access my email with the laptop because Firefox said the certificate couldn't be authenticated????
    I have no idea what's going on but it's been a weird day!
    Mike
  5. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Herculiner bed coating   

    You're welcome Ultimate!!! Those blades are wicked(in a good way)...
    All the best,
    Mike
  6. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Herculiner bed coating   

    Here is a photo of the blade which may be used to cut the 3/4" rubber mat.
    The blade is the "PROGRESSOR" T345XF BIM. 5-1/4" long.
    Mike

  7. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Herculiner bed coating   

    Wow, 3/4". I've never seen the rubber matting in that thickness. My Rubber Queen is 1/4" not counting the raised diamond pattern. As for cutting, you can use a jig saw if holding the mat tight. use an aggressive wood cutting blade like a Bosch. It won't clog and you can run the blade pretty quick to prevent jumping.
    Mike
  8. coastal1 added a post in a topic: USE 30 SPF LIP PROTECTION. I HAVE LIP CANCER!   

    I truly wish you well and hope the doctors are successful with a cure!!!
    Mike
  9. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Herculiner bed coating   

    Don't cheat on the mat. Go with the heavy duty mats similar to Rubber Queen. You won't regret the investment. Check with your local Industrial ladder supply or similar company which provides the custom van and truck storage organizers.
    My "Rubber Queen" diamond pattern mat is a little over fourteen yrs old and still looks excellent. Of course, Mine is inside a cargo trailer. It was $185.00 back then.
    Mike
  10. coastal1 added a post in a topic: USE 30 SPF LIP PROTECTION. I HAVE LIP CANCER!   

    Chuck, I haven't seen or heard of Chapstick causing cancer however, I heard something a few years ago where some type of sunscreen was under review as it may have contributed to skin cancer. Can't remember which brand but it was on the news. 
    I too use Chapstick but not on a regular basis and was just asking about it.
    Mike
  11. coastal1 added a post in a topic: New Flat Bed 717-324-4208   

    Very well done! Congrats!!!
    Mike
  12. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Improving The Fat Boy Roof Cleaning Pump !   

    Hey Al, you're correct with the larger tank making the pump run longer and that's what allows a longer "draw down" time before cycling the pump back on.
    Mike
  13. coastal1 added a post in a topic: USE 30 SPF LIP PROTECTION. I HAVE LIP CANCER!   

    Chuck,
    Are the doctors sure it was sun exposure or is it possible that the chapstick is the culprit. It seems as though each year we see a commercial or news print of different things causing cancer down the road.
    Mike
  14. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Slo Mo Softwash Surfactant is the BEST!   

    Hey guys, thanks for the interest! Yes, my lines are exact duplicates of one another and with the exact same bends. Yes, I'm trying three inputs so the system can be used for spraying roofs along with siding.
    I know I can simply combine the surfactant along with the sh however, I want a design for when I don't need a surfactant.
    I'm almost certain my problem is trying to incorporate an emergency remote solenoid control valve in the system. When I first start the system, everything is fine however when I test the shut off solenoid I think too much back pressure is being applied to the surfactant port which is causing a restricted flow upon re-energizing the solenoid valve.
    Mike
  15. coastal1 added a post in a topic: Slo Mo Softwash Surfactant is the BEST!   

    Excellent. I'm developing a new proportioning system and having a few hold backs with the pull on the third line. Not needing as much surfactant may very well be the cure.
    Mike