That's part of the business plan, minimal staff doing multiple jobs.
Best heater I've had is the Jag,
V8s make quite alot of heat :laughing:
RAV4? My 1.3 Yaris gets warm surprisingly quickly tbh, doesn't really feel like it needs anything more.
Mines the diesel heater rather than anything for the engine, but with the remote which then turns everything else on a temp switch ... Luxury
Don't need fancy cars, I have it on the 110 with a remote :D
3k subs down so far :laughing:
I haven't watched any of this so I don't really know much but how would anyone feel safe putting a crew into the middle of the ocean on a ship...
Well if his goal is to loose subscribers, he's done a good job :dontknow:
Tried watching one video years ago, couldn't stand him
I got a little carried away with this part on mine :ashamed:
Getting run over by a forklift would be a big one :D
Ermmmm 5 welding jobs in a factory so far, none have had a problem with my in ear earphones, I have purposely broken one side so I can still hear...
8ft timber length = 2400mm
8ft sheet = 2440mm
It's abit of a funny angle, can't really tell in the pic but there's enough to make it look like the two were joined together, not just sitting on...
Here's a real world example (not mine id like to add :D)
It was welded to some tube and snapped right off, no penatration at all
We do have battery angle grinders now :D
Like when you have to chip away filler with a chisel :D
I ended up getting the die grinder, cut off tool and chisel ... then I needed the 20m air hose and some fittings :doh:
Her manager looked at her...
I just went for galvanized box profile as the easiest method with the same batton over existing roof when my felt failed on both sheds, I don't...
I've never towed anything (or needed to)
But mines fitted with a NATO hitch, I'm guessing it's better than these tow ball things?
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