No matter how good you are with words, in many cases your question would be clearer if it included a good photo of what you're talking about. I've seen lots of people, including me, answer questions that weren't asked because it wasn't obvious from a verbal description of what the asker was asking. A good picture can often clarify what you mean.
I agree - lengthy verbosity is only fractionally as good as a picture (I believe the ratio is 1 to 1000).
10W-40 and MMM.
Are you planning on putting some eggs and bacon with those pannycakes?
Sorry, I forgot to add a photo.
Now thats using a workbench properly for its intended use! Are you assembling your engine on the stove?
hey those look like edible scale models of solid Model T wheels!
(just trying to stay on topic)
Decisions, decisions. Work on the T, make pancakes, work on the T, make pancakes. Heck I'll do both.
Once or twice a year I have the car club over for a pancake and sausage breakfast followed by a tour. People tell me the pancakes taste better when prepared in a workshop. Cooking pancakes in the workshop is an annual event when the grand-kids visit. They look forward to it.
Bob C took the below Very Cool picture(S) of the Whitefish Tour participants in 2010.
Steve,I can vouch for the MMM factor in Bob's pancakes.....Hot off the workbench, uh griddle!
Thanks again for the great breakfast!