The chain came off and when i put it back on it won't go around the bar


[the armored car is approaching the robbers]

Trejo: Here we go.

[McCauley starts to perform a three-point turn with the ambulance, to block the armored car. Shiherlis and Waingro start up their tow truck, and speed towards the stopped car. The driver looks up just as the truck broadsides the car, turning it over. The car skids across the parking lot of a rental car dealer, crushing several cars. As the dust settles, the men put on hockey masks and come out, guns drawn, and Chris starts hammering an explosive charge into the rear doors]

Armoured Guard: [into his radio] 211! 211! We're being held up!

[as the men stand guard, Shiherlis listens to the police scanner]

Police Scanner: 211, armored car...

[Shiherlis picks up his radio]

Chris Shiherlis: There's the call. Three minutes.

[He starts the clock and tosses it to McCauley]

Chris Shiherlis: Clear!

[He presses the detonator several times, setting off...

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My apologies if I am doing this wrong. I am a long time lurker but have a question that I thought maybe someone here might be able to help me with so i decided to make an account.

Yesterday I received my mini segway. I ordered from Aliexpress, page claimed it was Samsung battery. At first I wasn't sure if I charged the segway when it was on or off, but searching on this sub, I got the answer. After the segway was fully charged, I rode it around my house last night and noticed when I tired going over a bump in the doorway the segway would shut off. It would stay off until I plugged in the charger.

I tried holding it down for 4 seconds as well as 30 seconds as advised but it wouldn't turn on. Fast forward to this morning. I was riding it on my street, getting used to the terrain and the experience some more. I was riding when I was thrown off the board. I got rekted, but tis only a scratch. Im not sure if I was going max speed since it was not making any beeps; it just...

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Chains only come off for a few reasons.

1. The chain is too loose. Make sure that when you are tightening the chain that you hold up on the bar the entire time you are tightening the chain and are tightening the bar nuts. If you do not, the chain will come loose very quickly.

2. It is the wrong chain, Many times when a person goes and buys a chain....especially if they go to a discount store, they buy a new chain of the same length as what they need but it is the wrong pitch. The drive links are not at the right spacing and do not mesh with the sprocket of the the bar and the saw.

3. The chain has come off before and damaged the drive links. Once a chain has come off of a bar, it usually damages the drive links and it will NEVER stay on the bar again. Look at the drive links of the chain and see if ther is ANY damage to them. If there is, replace the chain.

4. The sprockets may be worn. Check the sprockets at the end of the bar and also on the saw...

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GETO Boys.....

Scarface - on Minda of a Luntic

I sit alone in my four-cornered room starin at candles
Dreamin of the people I've dismantled
I close my eyes and in the circle
Appears the images of sons of bitches that I murdered
Flashbacks of bodies bein fucked up
Once I attack, I'm like a pit on a rage that's goin for guts
Boys used to die when I'm full fo that fry
I be ebbin when I'm high
So I say 'fuck' and just let bullets fly
Like I said before, scarface is my identity
A homicidal maniac with sucidal tendencies
I'm on the violent tip, so yo, get a grip
And bitch, come equipped, ain't takin no shit
Cause here comes a lunatic


Bushwick Bill on Gangsta of Love

Ok cathy
That hoe was hot.
The first peace of pussy that I ever got!
She fucked me till I was coming
Put my nuts in her mouth
And started humming
I said shit comense the checking

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Most of the time the repair for a bad alternator is to remove it from the car and replace it with a new or rebuilt unit from the parts store. If you have pretty good mechanical ability, it is possible to repair some alternators yourself and save some money.

The only alternator I normally will consider rebuilding is the early Delcotron GM alternators (The 10 SI series). They are very modular and no soldering or pressing in of diodes, etc. is required. If you have a good set of sockets you pretty much have what you need to rebuild the early Delcotrons. The diode assembly, brushes and holder, stator, voltage regulator, bearings, and triode are all readily available at parts stores. At one time you could buy a kit with the regulator, triode, brushes, and bearings at Discount Auto Parts for $12. You can still find kits on the web, some in the $20-$30 range. Rectifier diodes are less than $10.

Of course those old Delcotron alternators...

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After my wife bought the CS-590 chain saw for me, I used it for clearing some trees out. I was so impressed that when it came time to buy a grass trimmer, it was no question what brand. I bought the SRM-225 and just got done using it and I am thoroughly impressed and pleased. My wife also bought 2 other chainsaws for her brother. Excellent products. I will be buying more tools...

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For this buyer-review guide, I’ve purchased a total of the ten best chainsaws each of which I reviewed and tested to bring you accurate and in-depth information about each of the chainsaw models included within this guide.

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While a lot of advanced power tools and cutting machineries nowadays, the chainsaw remains to be one of the must-haves in any outdoor tool box. Why?

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