My oxford uses the inside grove when its fitted, opposite to yours.
I've got rollers that the number written on the side is the grove furthest away, and i have some knurled rollers that are the opposite. Best way is just to look and work out which one you need.
Bit of a long shot, but i read something ages ago about a 61 series thay was acting up, (reverse, dynashift) turned out it was the seat had no air in and nipped a wire underneath it.
Might be worth having a look just incase.
I've got a unibor eq100 mag drill. Bought it second hand about 3 years ago, and its been great till yesterday and today.
I was cutting a 100mm hole through 40mm plate, on its lowest speed setting, and it was going great till about 10mm of the end. It started to speed up for no reason for...
The biggest problem with just using white on farms and building sites etc. Is its going to be stolen all the time.
Red diesel gets pinched often, but if a scumbag knows that every farm or site, is going to have a tank full of white it will go missing all the time.
Not everyone would buy...
Ive got one of each.
The early Rage 2 saw had the cast base and better clamping system. This is why they had really good reviews when they first started being sold.
They later change it to a pressed steel base, and clamping system on the rage2, and turned the cast base version into the evo355.
The capacitor turned up this morning, so i removed both the old ones and fitted the new one in place of them.
Switched the compressor on and it wouldn't start at all, the motor just turned really slow, worse than its ever been.
So i connected the 5uf capacitor to the new one and the compressor...
Went out this morning to try it, and it struggled to start again.
So ive checked every connnection from the plug to the motor and everything seems fine.
So my next thought was the centrifugal switch, i then took the motor apart to find out it hasnt got one. :confused:
I'm no expert on...
Well, ive just been out to check that the unloader valve is working, and the compressor started up great when empty.
Then when it was full the unloader worked, like it should.
So i let a bit of air out and the compressor started up perfect, it didnt struggle at all.
I then repeated that...