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Old 1/11/18, 12:39 PM   #1  
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The 5 Most Basic Mechanical Mistakes that can Plague ANY Project or Build

The 5 Most Basic Mechanical Mistakes that can Plague ANY Project or Build
By Brian Dally

Humans are dumb. We're good at complicated stuff but we keep messing up the simple stuff. Read on to get a reminder of how not-smart we can sometimes be.

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use a torque wrench when ever possible!
Keep it clean and or clean it!
If not familiar with the project you are going to work on take picture as you do the work!
bag and tag parts if need be!
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Don't ever lose the 10mm socket



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Whenever possible, only disassemble one side at a time so that the other side can be used a a guide for putting it all back together again.
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