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    Excellent, the last part arrived today. I cut a couple access slots in the box and mounted it near the LED dimmer/switch. There's a connector for incoming 24V, another for outgoing current and a 3rd as a connector to the first LED lamp in the string. It'll be nice to "clean up" the installation... just waiting for the bath tub caulk to dry then tuck those wires away.
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    I'd bet you could register those vehicles. In Oregon, you can operate a semi truck w/o a CDL, as a farm truck and travel interstate. The only "catch" is that it has to be a working farm. This might explain some of the semi operators these days... cutting in and out of traffic like they are driving a sports car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    Here’s what I’d like to own if I had a ranch, or farm. None licensed Jeep look a like. Roxor A/T. Not street legal at all.

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    I like old school Jeeps. I'm not so sure a knock-off would be too reliable, though. Then again, even the genuine ones aren't known to have the greatest reliability. My wife had a 2006. She always wanted one. We had fun with it for a while and then she got a 500X.



    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Excellent, the last part arrived today. I cut a couple access slots in the box and mounted it near the LED dimmer/switch. There's a connector for incoming 24V, another for outgoing current and a 3rd as a connector to the first LED lamp in the string. It'll be nice to "clean up" the installation... just waiting for the bath tub caulk to dry then tuck those wires away.
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    I'd bet you could register those vehicles. In Oregon, you can operate a semi truck w/o a CDL, as a farm truck and travel interstate. The only "catch" is that it has to be a working farm. This might explain some of the semi operators these days... cutting in and out of traffic like they are driving a sports car.
    Man, that's cool. I stay away from household electric, but I lucked out. My father-in-law is a big time electrician, responsible for large building projects like colleges, malls and stuff like that. He retired a few years ago and is the guy that fixes and updates all the electric around here. Me? I'm just qualified to clean up the mess.

    In NY, I don't know how much a license helps with the way folks drive around here.
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    Yeah, that was my worry, too. Fortunately, with 7 to 24V DC, I can run the mods I need/want. I used to hire my contractor but he's too old now to run additional circuits.

    I had the broken heat pump (outside unit) drained and hauled away last month. I'm trying to decide if I want a replacement, a zone pump, or just stick with my full house fan system. Each has its advantages. The house doesn't need A/C (when there's no forest fires) and winter heat loads are low... so no payback on an upgrade, just convenience.

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    Finished all the new landscaping in front of the house. Solar LED accent lamps, for night time illumination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    Yeah, that was my worry, too. Fortunately, with 7 to 24V DC, I can run the mods I need/want. I used to hire my contractor but he's too old now to run additional circuits.

    I had the broken heat pump (outside unit) drained and hauled away last month. I'm trying to decide if I want a replacement, a zone pump, or just stick with my full house fan system. Each has its advantages. The house doesn't need A/C (when there's no forest fires) and winter heat loads are low... so no payback on an upgrade, just convenience.

    I'd be sunk if I had to hire an electrician. I'm looking at a new roof coming up and not looking forward to that.

    It's hot and miserably humid here in the summer and below zero in the winter. Right now, we put in window A/C units and turn the oil heat up during the winter. We have some kind of German made super-efficient furnace (that also does our hot water) so doesn't use a lot of oil.
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    smark, I love the landscaping. Finding a balance between "right now" and "permanent" landscaping can be really tricky. That's especially true in my area, where deep rooted plants will grow 50% larger than they are supposed to grow.

    Yeah, I know all about hiring work done. Worse was my window install, a $1000 to $2000 job that turned into a major overhaul that cost $40K. It gets up to 100 degrees in summer here, but usually 60 or lower at night. Winter night temps can drop to zero but even a plug-in electric oil heater could keep the house in the 60's. The 12x20 dog porch is the tricky part, as it has its own heater and half the insulation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by map View Post
    smark, I love the landscaping. Finding a balance between "right now" and "permanent" landscaping can be really tricky. That's especially true in my area, where deep rooted plants will grow 50% larger than they are supposed to grow.

    Yeah, I know all about hiring work done. Worse was my window install, a $1000 to $2000 job that turned into a major overhaul that cost $40K. It gets up to 100 degrees in summer here, but usually 60 or lower at night. Winter night temps can drop to zero but even a plug-in electric oil heater could keep the house in the 60's. The 12x20 dog porch is the tricky part, as it has its own heater and half the insulation.
    My old home, had Champion Window replace all the window with energy efficient windows. Over $20k worth. Anderson renewal wanted over $60k for the same 24 windows.

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    Yeah, I can see how those costs could be that high, especially working specialty windows in brick.

    The $1K quote was to install the last 3 windows and do custom trim work... just labor to install. The other $37 to $39K were projects the contractor decided "must be done"... and ripped apart while I was away. I ended up with work on the dog porch, a new roof, and total repaint. <sigh> What can you do when you come home to find part of the roof missing down to the rafters, so I just bit the bullet and completed needed, and not needed, updates. It was just the shock to the budget and being broke for a year.

    I'd done all the other windows as part of previous work, each window hand selected custom built for its location. South and West got the highest UV available, North was in the living room, so got a fancy window (an Anderson that a new house buyer rejected, double double hung). This job was for 2 East facing and a French door into the dog porch. (The latter was to open the existing window and close off the old door opening.) It's nice having blinds inside the window; dogs don't tear them up.

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    Morning all

    made some new fiat friends this weekend, I was too busy to go on the driving part of the meet up but it looks like they had a good time.



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