Extending the Life of Old Buggy Wheels | Engels Coach Shop Scarica

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  • 7 feb 2020

  • Being a wheelwright involves assessing the condition of old wood, and sometimes being gentle with old wheels. Sometimes the intended purpose of old buggies doesn't warrant the expense of new wheels, so little repairs, and gently resetting steel tires, will hold a set of buggy wheels together for just a little longer. Eventually these wheels will require new felloes, or even new spokes, but for right now we can bring good sound to these wheels and make them useable for a while longer. New Merchandise Stores! Store Frontier for shirts, sweat shirts and hoodies. https://storefrontier.com/engelscoach... Teespring for mugs. https://teespring.com/stores/engels-c... Many of you are interested in the tire bolts and rivets I use in my videos. Since I use a large number of these, I do keep them in stock. An email to dave@engelscoachshop.com will get you a list of available sizes and pricing. Here's the TWP I use: TWP Wood Preservative, 1 gallon, cedar tone, natural https://amzn.to/2Sc7Vwv TWP Wood Preservative, 5 gallon cedar tone, natural https://amzn.to/2OFHCge This is a great reference book: Carriage Terminology: An Historical Dictionary https://amzn.to/3btATiT An Interesting account of an early English Wheelwright Shop https://amzn.to/39sAICR The Wheelwright Shop, in Kindle form https://amzn.to/3bxYOhd The silk scarf I wear https://amzn.to/2wGqKQf These are not cheap, home improvement tools. I use tools hard so I use high quality tools. These prove to be less expensive in the long run. My metal marking pencil https://amzn.to/2Hu75oB Metal marking pencil refills https://amzn.to/3744EDP My Milwaukee Cutoff saw https://amzn.to/2UzoFzx I use Makita Cutoff blades https://amzn.to/39gln8f I have several 4½” Makita angle grinders https://amzn.to/377snTp I have several 7” Makita grinders https://amzn.to/3biF0hP 4½” Flap wheels https://amzn.to/386TyPy My Makita cordless drill https://amzn.to/2OxQZ1e My Milwaukee ½” cordless drill https://amzn.to/31BopBB My Makita 3¼” Electric plane https://amzn.to/2OBkVcV My Makita Leaf Blower, revolutionized my shop cleaning https://amzn.to/2Uywh5d My Makita ½” drill, very powerful https://amzn.to/377uEhp My Bosch Router https://amzn.to/2OGgWfj My Baileigh Cyclone dust collector https://amzn.to/2H3rzEv The Canon video camera I use https://amzn.to/2uhj3PH My favorite work shirts https://amzn.to/2UFN5ai


  • Rick C
    Rick C 7 mesi fa (modificato)

    You know, Mr. Engel, the most important things I've learned from you over the many months I've been watching are patience and quality...thanks.

  • Richard Green
    Richard Green 7 mesi fa

    Watching You these years ... every show, I am transformed back to a 40 acre farm in Spottsville, KY, and watching my grandfather work on his equipment and projects. At age 70 now, and having spent my adult life in the rigors of corporate America, watching You, I get that totally relaxed feeling of a time when people had "common sense", a strong work ethic and decency toward their fellow man.

  • Duane Lundgren
    Duane Lundgren 7 mesi fa

    Entertaining and Educational!! Thanks, Mr. Dave!!

  • Jim Willoughby
    Jim Willoughby 7 mesi fa

    Even with my constant ringing in my ears, I could detect a difference in sound from before repairs to after.

  • Ivan Walker
    Ivan Walker 7 mesi fa

    As usual, mesmerising stuff or, should I say, riveting stuff. Great videos Mr. Engeks.

  • XBradTC
    XBradTC 7 mesi fa

    Mr. Engels, thanks so much for sharing with us. It's always very informative, entertaining, relaxing and educational.

  • arnhemseptember2009

    Great video again.

  • Renville80
    Renville80 4 settimane fa

    I’ve been watching the various videos as they turn up in my feed, and I have to say they are very interesting to watch, and I appreciate that you are taking time to share your knowledge.

  • tsmithkc
    tsmithkc 7 mesi fa

    The bounce at the end was super satisfying.

  • Ricki
    Ricki 7 mesi fa (modificato)

    Wonderful job but I am confused, Mr Engel. You welded up the old holes in the tire and ground them true. My confusion comes with the existing holes in the wood. Did you hit each old hole spot on or were new holes made and the old ones plugged? Thanks for a great video. I really admire your skills. :)

  • Mike Baldwin
    Mike Baldwin 7 mesi fa

    You can even see them BOUNCING!!!!!AFTER !!!!!

  • Deane Hill
    Deane Hill 7 mesi fa

    I look forward to every Saturday morning when I can watch you do your magic on whatever you are doing that week in your shop. Thank you for another entertaining episode x 2.

  • webmozaic
    webmozaic 7 mesi fa

    That third wheel on the initial drop test was 'dead'. Sounds real good after though.

  • patrick quinn
    patrick quinn 6 mesi fa

    I think it is hilarious there was a time period within the last 100 years where tires were metal.

  • Bob Warner
    Bob Warner 7 mesi fa

    Great job. I was wondering if you offer free rotation with your warranty? Lol. Thanks again for your videos.

  • Bates Bates
    Bates Bates 7 mesi fa

    I like the ring of the wheel, sounds like a good tight axe handle I make.

  • Ron Mack
    Ron Mack 7 mesi fa

    Enjoyed the video Mr Engel. You sure can tell a difference in the sound. They sound more solid. Y'all take care and God bless.

  • Ron Colvin
    Ron Colvin 7 mesi fa

    Man, you sure can hear the difference with the before and after, Thank you much for sharing. I hope you enjoy your day.

  • Tokyo Craftsman
    Tokyo Craftsman 7 mesi fa

    Very interesting.

  • David L
    David L 7 mesi fa

    Just fyi, your Amazon link for the marking pencil brings up some movie dvd... refill link is correct, as are others I looked at (Not all).