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Kreg Micro Pocket Drill Guide

Pocket holes and pocket screws are great for joining work pieces, but sometimes standard pocket holes are simply too big (on thin stock, picture frames, small drawerboxes, etc.). When that's the case this miniature drill guide is ideal. It has a 25% smaller hole diameter and includes a Micro Pocket™ Drill Guide, Drill Bit and Depth Collar, as well as a Starter Screw Set. Replacement accessories sold separately. Technical Details: Compatible with the Jig® and K3 Jig® K4, and K5 Master System Reduced width lets you drill two holes across extremely narrow stock, down to 1" wide, creating a much stronger joint in narrow pieces Screw heads seat well below material surface in thin stock, perfect for creating fully pluggable pocket holes in 1/2" thick material like drawer boxes Includes the Micro Pocket® Drill Guide, Micro Pocket® Drill Bit, Micro Pocket® Depth Collar and Starter Screw Set

Micro Kreg Pocket Guide Drill Jig Accessories

by william nagel

the radiator keeps your vehicle's engine cool during a drive; but when your radiator is leaking coolant, the engine can overheat and suffer serious damage. if you are far from a garage and your radiator is leaking, you can use eggs to patch small holes and temporarily plug the leaks. heat from the radiator will cook the egg whites, and pressure will force the eggs into the holes, fixing the leaks long enough to take your car to a garage for repairs.

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allow the radiator to cool. test the temperature of the radiator by carefully touching the radiator hose; do not continue if the radiator hose is still hot.

step 2

cover the radiator cap with a towel or rag, and slowly twist the cap to open the radiator. let any steam dissipate before fully opening the radiator.

step 3

crack an egg gently into two halves over the bowl. pour the yolk back and forth between the shell halves, and let only the white run into the bowl.

step 4

pour the egg white from the bowl into the radiator.

step 5

repeat steps 3 and 4 for the remaining eggs. separate and pour the whites into the radiator one at a time; if you spill the yolk, you won't ruin all of the whites.

screw the cap radiator cap back into place, and make sure it is secure before starting your car.

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Micro Kreg Pocket Guide Drill Jig Accessories

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