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About JoWhee

  • Birthday 02/15/1969

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  1. He never said cost wad an issue, and it's his mom so no expense should be spared. It's certainly fits the requirements. It's not like she would be in the basement.
  2. Now that I think a out it, why not a SPOT? https://www.findmespot.com/en-us/
  3. Wow, the only analogue lines I've seen up here are being used to monitor the digital phone equipment or cable pressure, like a watchdog. The phone company also uses old analogue alarm monitoring equipment as a cable theft alarm. The panel is hooked up to ~8 pairs of wires shorted out a various intervals. When someone cuts the line, they instantly know which line and at about which point it was cut, it has caught more than a few copper thieves, one of which was an employee 🤦‍♂️. So have we completely detailed the topic yet?
  4. Wait, analogue (POTS) still exist south of the border? I figured everything would be fibre now. Also FTFY
  5. Of course you'll find a reason for it to not work. Your mother falling down isn't a reason for the internet to go out! If this was the pub I'd make a "yo mama so fat" joke. Oh fuck it I'm making a joke:
  6. I got this for my dad. https://vsnmobil.com/products/v-alrt/learn_more and get a phone and network that supports wifi calling.
  7. 75 miles to work, so what you mean is a leisurely 45 minute drive. (Stolen and misquoted from Clint Eastwood in the Eiger Sanction). I hope Jess gets to ride to work occasionally, that would be a nice decompression ride, assuming she could still feel her legs after a shift.
  8. It’s something to do with the fumes it emanates if the pipe should burn. However with a 95% efficiency furnace, something would have to epically fail for it to get hot enough to melt or burn.
  9. Nice work, however, I hope the outlet is 636 CPVC pipe, I'm not sure if it's code everywhere, but it should be.
  10. You would have had to move to Canada, afaik they never made it to the states. I do recall seeing one near Towanda, PA in a dealership/museum a few years ago.
  11. He's not lying: Probably a combination of low voltage and chinesesium. Some of the better chargers will cut out below a certain voltage. It's why a utility brown-out is far worse than a black-out. The same thing can happen with any electronics, or even worse anything with a motor: A/C units, or your refrigerator.
  12. JoWhee

    Trailer mods

    Yes and no, it was a large scrap, more to use as a "washer" than anything else. If the trailer floor had been made from 2x10" I'd have just used the prong nuts. The prong nuts were more for keeping the rear of the chock from moving which would have been difficult since the front was bolted down.
  13. JoWhee

    Trailer mods

    That's exactly what I used, however they were "hooked" into some large pieces of oak I had glued and screwed to the underside of the trailer for more strength. Again, operation overkill.
  14. JoWhee

    Trailer mods

    If you mean me, I ended up giving away that trailer, after my wife found out I was using a 2500lb trailer to pull a >600lb bike even she started ridiculing me (for something else besides my penis size for a change). I still have one of the chocks, I use it occasionally. My new to me trailer has a condor chock and tilts to load.
  15. I was looking at something like that this morning. Then I remembered I had this: expensive but worth it. It should plug right in to your bmw.
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