Interesting as that’s one I’ve been considering. I don’t think I could stretch to the cost of a Boss one either. Do the feet stick out far? Was...
I’m looking at buying a scaffold tower for home use. Platform height needs to be around 4 metres so approx 6 metre working height. Would be great...
Does it need to be clean air?
I once (as part of a stove installation) installed a slate mantelpiece into a slot cut into the brickwork. I fitted it with the polished edge in...
Cover it in whatever oil you have and put a tub over it.
If I had a bench with splayed legs I’d walk into them all the time and it would drive me mad.
Don’t underestimate the importance of having the torch connected to the negative socket (DCEN).
Couldn’t really get my head round this as you don’t get one without the other....
Not much point heating water to heat air if you want heat locally. Might as well just heat the air or better still heat stuff up with radiant heat.
More than the flow regulator.
If you want instant heat and only partial heating you need a radiant heater or warm air with forced circulation. I wouldn’t go with a wet system.
I know some people who don’t know how to enjoy life. They just feel a need to work and achieve things all the time. I was like it until I hit my...
I’d fit a 3 bar pressure reducing valve. Will also help even out the pressure as outlets are opened.
If I was servicing that I’d put a note on the paperwork saying it didn’t comply with regs but wouldn’t issue a warning notice as it’s not...
Be worth checking the oil pump solenoid coil. They heat up when on.
Nice one. How do you find the sit in compares to the sit on?
What a tw#t. As is anyone who races illegally on open roads.
I reckon many that have built or bought them have evaluated the pros and cons before deciding.
Ive put gas seal paste on my regs when I’ve needed to. Not on the threads though, just the mating surface.
Nice one, you’ll have that for years.
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