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PostPosted: Sat Aug 15, 2009 6:47 pm 
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I completed the brain surgery on my mill yesterday. Once again running like a top. Intalled a belt and a new bearing.

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Congrats Paul, U are da man.

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Scared me!!!! I thought you had forgotten to tell your Chat buddy something :roll:

Congrats on getting the mill up and running. Now go have some fun.

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Does the mill now turn with a limp? :P
I didn't know you were a mill doctor, and a surgeon to boot!! :shock:
Congrads, it is good to have your machines working at full power.

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Verna wrote:
Scared me!!!! I thought you had forgotten to tell your Chat buddy something :roll:Verna


That was my first thought too :shock:

Glad you got it fixed rather easily and cheaply.

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another 40 years ahead of you both :D

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Be sure to put the mill through rehab... give it lots of time to play with the other mills before you put too much pressure on it...

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