Pretty sure it's mild steel. It's for the tine holders on a haybob.
I have to build up wear on some shafts, nothing critical. I would rather the shaft wear out again than the hole it goes in as it is an easier...
I'll second this. Morse holesaws are definitely better than starrett.
If the pein on the back is to a point then it's a roofers hammer, used to put nail holes into slates.
It strangely seems to be getting worse. Was walking about like John Wayne all day.
I tried aloe Vera this evening after a shower, it was very...
I was mig welding post tops all day on Thursday. Got setup on a stool with post on tressels between my legs so I wasn't bending down all day. I...
Fence wire tensioner? [ATTACH]
That's incredible! I never in a million years imagined you could get a 400 amp machine to work on single phase.
I like the idea of that grinding table because I hate grinding dust.
From my limited experience of citric acid, it can leave some pitting on steel if left in too long, which can be beneficial if the part is to be...
Looks good to me. Where is the repair?
Where is the links section? Haven't came across it before.
I love those splitters. I have split stuff with my hycrack that most would have given up on or had to use the chainsaw.
Can't seem to find anything recent on the HSE website.
Carhartt bib and brace.
I regularly use mine on 6mm plate. As long as the plate is clean and you don't push the feed to much its fine.
My auld fella has had one on the mains supply for the last 10 years. He uses a domestic setup from ro-man.
By dual voltage do you mean 110v and 240v?
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