Re: Salvaging a Garage door torsion-spring
- From: "Lobby Dosser" <LD@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 00:48:04 -0700
"Bill" <Bill@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:ingtnv01ese@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Lobby Dosser wrote:"dadiOH" <dadiOH@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Bill wrote:I just happen to have this 32" torsion spring with a 2" i.d. left over
from an obvious home repair. I placed it in the garbage, at first,
but I retrieved it--in case it may be valuable! ; )
Seriously, is it material suitable for making any sort of wood cutter?
If it is, I think I can get a lot of 'em out of the spring!
Maybe you could make some sort of catapult and use it for disposing of
things the trash men won't take. Like dead cats :)
That's what the beefy plastic bags are made for ...
For disguising the cats or as freezer bags? What about the tail? ; )
Tie it to a back leg ...
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