You just sold all your gear for engineering. :dontknow:
Been with BT for internet for about 8 years.
Can't fault them to be honest, not a single instance of prolonged downtime that I can recall.
Happens to me too, has so for a very long time.
Can be Infuriating
It might be dry to the touch but if unless it's been kiln dried it will almost certainly be very "wet".
Lying under a tarp for two weeks will do...
I used mine to cut up a Mk6 Fiesta ST.
For the money it's excellent.
The trend sets are fantastic value for money.
I've got the 50pc set in 1/4 which was about £95.
Seems a lot until you start pricing individually...
No real need to bolt a pillar drill down. Mine isn't even on a flat surface. :D
Well that depends who you work for. ;)
For my sins.
Don't tar all with one brush, UNJ threads have a radius.
Don't be so stuffy, give it a sniff, if ur not sure, toast it.
Let me just say I know absolutely nothing about welding compared to you, but surely with enough prep a 160A mig can do 6mm no problem?
I suppose that be depends on your use, the SIP has wider wheels and a more powerful motor, I'd say it's built more robust too.
One would imagine the casting is simply not that accurate, it didn't need to be.
The most severe danger from expanding foam is getting it In your hair.
The guys who put the boiler in at my mum's new house just used offcuts of pipe lagging as sealant.
Not acceptable under any circumstances, complete lack of care, imagine what else they've left a shambles.
It might have been the previous flue...
FIL is ex RHF. ;)
But ruin the fun why don't you.
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