There is a market for bent bits of wood, furniture boys use it. The bigger bent timbers get used on buttresses.
Obviously squares etc, decent bench, mag clamps, internal/external mitre clamps and hold downs. A few hundred euros should get you started....
Am I the only one here that would of heated up a collar to cherry red and beat a square bar into it to form that socket .:scared:
May take a few...
E5018 in Chinese rods, never heard of them :dontknow:...
They are RCA connectors ( middle two)
I was thinking the same, it would be the Doberman’s danglers if that was a turret mill on the end of that D3 .
Mrs Vark has left you, also come into a few quid and you are branching out :dontknow:
A working 10 ton trolley jack for £50 :thumbup:
Annealed the copper gasket?
I have always drilled/punched holes in gaskets prior to cutting shapes, sods law its going to break out that close...
If it’s eating lift pumps it may pay to fit a pre filter /strainer in the system. Most lift pumps only become a problem when they ingest muck.
Not just the rear end though,the whole transmission/axle assembly shares/runs in the same oil bath so bits could be from gearbox side or other...
Most of the debris found on our Massey strainers is from clutch packs and brakes, the 590 only has wet brakes so I would imagine most of it is...
Yep, wont be many revs going on if you run out of fuel.
Many moons ago I had the chance of a 246 Dino for 5k ,needed body work but was mechanically sound. How things have changed :vsad:
Most of the gunk tipped into cooling systems to seal them is aimed at buying motor traders time, time enough to launch a dog onto the auction...
The Stratos kit the stig pedalled around the test track kept him busy :)
Still about,probably worth grabbing one and putting into storage.
Does the rightful owner know its there ? :scared:
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