Motor coupler issues / was Looking for a> Conversion Kit for a 1929 Ford.

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Motor coupler issues / was Looking for a> Conversion Kit for a 1929 Ford.

Marvin Campbell-2
I can't believe it took me 46 years, moving to LA, and reading the EV
Discussion List to get the connection between, "wallered" and "wallowed".

Oh well. I AM from Arkansas.

Simply amazing the things you learn on this list...
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> Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 08:45:38 -0400
> From: "TrotFox Greyfoot" <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [EVDL] Motor coupler issues / was Looking for a>
> Conversion Kit    for a 1929 Ford.
> To: "Electric Vehicle Discussion List" <[hidden email]>
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> Oddly, when machining, hogging refers to taking a heavy (deep) cut
> with whatever machine you're using to form the metal.  It's less
> accurate but does not refer to the same thing as wallering.
>
> Wallering is just the way we hillbillies were reared to say
> wallowed... which is what bacon does before it's edible.  } ; ]
>
> Trot, the amature-machinist, fox...
>
> On 8/9/07, Marvin Campbell <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> but you know it's just hogging out those keyways.
>>
>> It's funny how technical terms are different in different parts of the
>> country. Where I'm from, the term is "wallered".
>>
>> As in: "That thing weren't tight enough, and it done wallered out that round
>> hole to an oval".
>>
>> It's easy to see the hog connection- they're certainly good at enlarging
>> holes. I have no idea where "wallered" came from.
>> --


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