There is no way they're going to quit. Not far now. Definitely worth your time.
Thank you all for your answer, I appreciate them. :)
Reading through, it looks like the proper thing is to buy a new metal CU.
Just need to...
A couple of years ago I found a full-size consumer unit/fusebox on special offer in ScrewStation or one of those places, so I bought it.
This should be done as soon as possible :)
Do love an XS650 or two :)
Might it be possible to re-gear the gearbox to slow it down?
20181011_212951 by RedOrZed posted Oct 14, 2018 at 10:37 PM
20181011_213027 by RedOrZed posted Oct 14, 2018 at 10:37 PM
thank you! Will have another look at their site!
Now my brain has exploded at the choices LOL
In the garage there is a fairly large, home-made bandsaw, of the "wood cutting" stand up type. I bought it years back from the homeworkshop.org.uk...
Interesting review, thank you!
The Aldi one looks like it can be unmounted from the base and used hand held, so should be easy to make a new mount.
On the YouTube I've seen a couple of people using these small bench top bandsaws to cut metal tube etc., and using them handheld.
Aldi have them...
Couple of years back I gave a mate a lift to Welling garden city to buy a bike. The house next door had a Henry dumped outside. The homeowner said...
I have a Delta, £75 off eBay and a trip to the wilds + up a cart track to get it. Brilliant piece of kit, hours of fun. Came with a flexible drill...
Are they the T-handle allen keys? I've had a set for a few years, they work a treat :)
Got the lids off a few computer servers, handy bits of thin steel, just the job for repairing van bodywork :)
Photos of the SB in action here, thread also includes my little Rollo Elf, that's hours of fun on a dinky lathe :)
Sorry chap, no pics :(
I didn't really know much about lathe work when I got the Drummond, I never really got it running, wasn't sure what to do...
Excellent bit of kit, I had one in my garage for a year of so. Never used it. Got a Southbend 9" now.
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