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How to split a hot bun

Most everyone has faced the dilemma of splitting a hot bun. Knives cannot cut them neatly, tearing them apart will not work but if you use a fork to punch holes half way between the top and bottom crust and 3/4 around the bun it will tear evenly. Now we can apply an ample supply of butter on each side either eat each independently with hot butter only or add your favorite sandwich meat to make a sandwich out of it. And, it is a very good conversation starter as your guests marvel at your creativity.

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part of seat gets very hot with seat warmer


So you have real toasty buns, eh? I would unplug the seat warmer for now.. Repair it before it starts a fire in your seat cushion, one of the warming elements has a problem. It will just have to be examined. Check with ford, maybe they have a solution that doesn't involve removing seat and tearing it apart. Sit lightly, wow, talk about being in the hot seat!

Nov 25, 2012 | 2008 Ford Fusion 3.0

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hi i have a kawasaki zzr 600 on a k reg its a beutiful bike but for some reason it keeps slipping out of 2nd gear please help


check your de-tenton spring and roller on the shift drum "star" behind the clutch basket. The worst case is that you shift forks could be bent or the under cut gears in your trany may be worn.
Let me know if you need help getting to backside of the clutch basket.
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Mar 19, 2010 | 1993 kawasaki ZZR 600

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I dropped my 82 CX 500 and snapped off the gear shift spindle - not just the shift lever but the shaft which the gear shift is attached. Any suggestions?


The shaft is pretty easy to replace. Just remove the right side casing and then the clutch and then the shaft is pretty much ready to pull out the right side. The shaft can sometimes get bent on a fall. cut the shaft nearly flush with the casing if it is bent. The bigger problem you will likely face is a bent shift fork or two. That would require pulling the engine and splitting the center case to replace the forks. Unfortunately the chances that a fork or two has'nt been bent are pretty slim. The bike will not shift properly with bent forks.

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serger tearing stretch fabric


A new set of knives may be the fix you need. Sharp knives on a serger make a world of difference. I bought a new one for ours but I think a person could put a keen edge on the old one if they so desired.

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