Equine dental burr 1/4" 28tpi.......LINK
I popped my BluePoint mutley meter, blue flash and smoke. Opened it up to find a component blown (PTC I think) and a vaporised track, easily...
M6. What was it for in a previous life?
Talking about wages is one of those tricky subjects, you would like to know but don’t always want to! It has differed from company to company for...
I’m still looking for laughing shafts and giggling pins, they used to be 10 a penny with thingamabobs and whatsits in most iron mongers.
Starter ring gear/flywheel/driveplate?
Are they being disposed of due to MRSA?
Maybe it linked Cold War to Saw? Certainly bought up advertising for Cold Sore ointments!
Well I learnt something, I did not consider an Evolution Saw to be a cold cut saw but is by definition as the heat is passed to the chip leaving...
Looking for a non advertising clip of a cold saw!
Saw this by chance on YouTube, ingenious! :thumbup: LINK
What sort, does it run slowly with coolant?
Most places I have used them they have been mainly for cutting heavy material for final machining as opposed to cutting to size although they are...
I thought this was going to be about Special Branch investigations during the 70's! :laughing:
Have you never used or seen one in action? Great...
These guys have done me proud in the past with brake parts.... LINK
Two nuts is my usual first try then other methods from there.
I was given a cheap set some years ago, they really like a shank on the stud to get a better grip as they muller the threads.
It may be correct as @Dieselkid 63 is in New Zealand!
Inside parallel to the centreline.
Looks like a stud remover. Try an M8 bolt in it and see if it grips. The 8 has been stamped upside down by the looks of it too!
If serviced regularly and they come out easily you wouldn't pay much attention to the threads, only when they yield like that and you think the...
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