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    i bought a used one with new blades for 75 bones. i'll post pics when i'm all done with my set up.

    Only you can prevent forest fires.
    I do not grow drugs. I grow medicine.

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      Good luck, Smokey! Keep us updated!

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      Originally posted by cellardweller View Post
      what about sewing a bubble bag on a shortened version of that collection tube as a kief catcher and try n kill them two birds??

      Originally posted by lordbudly View Post
      why not something like, bud>gardengroomer>hose>bag>hol einbag(lol)>meshcoveringholein bag>goodfan ?

      Do these 2 ideas seem to go together somehow???

      Thanks for the input, everybody!

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        received my garden groomer today. i will now call it my weed groomer. here is what it looks like after i did some work on it. i used metal clothes hangers for spacers. i was going to solder them on but i realized it won't stay very well with aluminum. i since then changed the plan to use hot glue. every piece is glued to the cover. i turned it on after i was all done and it stayed together. so we are good to go in that aspect. it's going to be another two weeks before i can try it though. i have two auto-flowering blue streaks i'll be trying it on. i'll show you guys the results in a couple of weeks. peace out.

        here are the plants to be tested.


        and here is the weed groomer

        Only you can prevent forest fires.
        I do not grow drugs. I grow medicine.

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          Nice job Bear!

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          Originally Posted by 808kahumai:
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            looking forward to your test smokey!

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              Nice! Way to keep it goin

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                That don't look half bad, Smokey!!!

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                  Nice job on the trimmer, Smokey!

                  Just getting around to a closer look. (Better late, than never...so they say...)

                  I like it alot, Smokey!
                  Especially how you followed the lines of the existing grill.

                  Can't wait to see what you can do with it.


                  I'm kinda concerned how well the hot glue sticks to the original grill.
                  (But, I'm not familiar with the diff grades of hot glue.)

                  If you have any problems with the hot glue, maybe consider silicone caulk.
                  ...something with a strong hold & a little "give"

                  But, it's not like there's alot of vibration with these units.


                  Nice score on the used one!

                  That's a savings of ......over 625%!

                  The real savings is in time.


                  I've got a few plants finishing in around 3 weeks.
                  Hopefully, I can get a few tweeks in between now & then.
                  Last edited by Peat; 08-13-2009, 03:34.

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                    I'm excited for the report!! I hope it works!!
                    Even women can grow DANK!

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                      Originally posted by SmokeyTheBear View Post
                      . i was going to solder them on but i realized it won't stay very well with aluminum. i since then changed the plan to use hot glue.
                      Originally posted by Peat View Post
                      Nice job on the trimmer, Smokey!
                      I'm kinda concerned how well the hot glue sticks to the original grill.
                      (But, I'm not familiar with the diff grades of hot glue.)

                      If you have any problems with the hot glue, maybe consider silicone caulk.
                      ...something with a strong hold & a little "give"

                      :
                      umm...you guys ever hear tell of JB Weld?? good chit maing..

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                        Originally posted by cellardweller View Post
                        umm...you guys ever hear tell of JB Weld?? good chit maing..

                        What's that, a bonding agent for Alum CD ?


                        I took welding way back when, and I forget what was used on Aluminum...I thought it was TiG or MiG....


                        I'm sure there's some type of epoxy that's for Alum....Hell, in a pinch for testing purposes that hot glue gun's a charm!

                        Peace,

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                        Originally Posted by 808kahumai:
                        P.S. The glasses are a very important part of giving/receiving a proper facial! I am willing to admit my fetish
                        ~Heal Me~



                        Build, Work, Dream, Create....That IS the American way

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                          That's a great idea, CellarD!

                          I've never used it before, but have seen the displays.

                          http://www.jbweld.net/products/jbweld.php

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                            JB Weld will bond just about anything to anything. permanently. ...yes, fingers too..

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                              Originally posted by Peat View Post
                              That's a great idea, CellarD!

                              I've never used it before, but have seen the displays.

                              http://www.jbweld.net/products/jbweld.php

                              3M Tape, Campbell's Tomato Soup, JB Weld .....

                              One of the few things I buy by brand name !!

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                                Hot glue and spinning metal sounds like a disaster, not if, but when.

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