I used a shrinking disc on my truck and it was amazingly effective. A bit easier job for two people - one does the 'grinding' and the other has a...
Very nice videos, thanks. I like the simple yet thoughtful presentation.
The Binky videos on YouTube have a bit about rusty minis.
Dare I mention 'new body shell' ?
Lucky it's only a little one! I had to do the same with our horse truck a few years back, this ZF 9-speed is a monster.
Worth noting that pages 3-9 are not missing - they are at the end.
You can ask the platers to do the passivate for you. They should have the common colours.
Might be worth hiring a dehumidifier, quicker and cheaper than a fan heater.
I was thinking 'funny! high compression pistons in a turbo' but when I went back and looked, they actually fitted flat-tops, not the domed ones...
Like a Leyland Reiver but bigger engine and better suspension.
640 came with and without turbo I think. Possibly only used in...
If it's from a combine it's likely a 640. The 500s also found in Leyland Super Mastiff.
Maybe take a look at truck-parts places. The plastic pipes used for air-brake systems use compression fittings amongst others.
They do make rather a glorious din. They come in 510(?), 540 and 640 CID as far as I know.
In theory the risk of hydrogen embrittlement is present for all types of electroplating.
What about just plating the head?
You may be right about the BRG, it would explain the passivate chosen. Maybe with a white roof?
I don't mind a bit of 'product placement' here...
Me too, makes me think - Ogri
Sometimes the simplest little jobs give the most benefit. Like the TIG rod storage; been meaning to do something like that myself.
Your metal dice idea sounds like hard work to me (unless I've got the wrong end of the stick). It would be difficult to make a block fit well not...
Yes, 1.2mm wall. Not sure what an unwin rail is?
I'd use the thinnest wall you can buy and add bracing where extra strength is needed. All the side lockers for my truck were 1.2mm and plenty...
Your value of 0.66 for the standard set-up looks fine to me. Likewise the idea of moving the lower mount forward 100mm while increasing the angle...
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