@gaz1 I'm not a massive fan of drive up ramps, The use up quite alot of space. Would much prefer a scissor lift
Mine is a Micro 200 one off eBay & its been great!
My Silverline one died, So bought one from Wickes
Anyone know if old unit starter motors are worth much?
@Burdekin show us a picture when you get sorted
@armalites I always find 4 post ramps a pain to work with. Good for tracking & welding though
What issues are you having with it?
My Portasol was £37, Apparently they're the same as the Snap On rebranded one!
Another tip I used at the weekend is tin the wires & use a single crocodile clip to hold them together while you join them. Worked well for me!
I want one!
@ukracer looks like it's got a soldering tip
Portasol Super Pro 125, Love it!
I also should mention that I find using some flux helps me personally
Used my gas Portasol soldering iron the other day on some thick cable & worked a treat whilst working outdoors
What's the place nearer to me?
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Currently looking at a 35 sq ft unit at a local facility. It's working out around £50 per month. This would be purely used for storage only, But...
I do agree with @outofthefire & @mylesdw you don't need to use massively heavy stock for the job you have mentioned. You will be surprised how...
2mm would be plenty thick enough if it's for storage draws
People seem to be getting a little carried away with over thinking/engineering projects
Can someone let me know if the step drills are any good? I need to replace the worn out ones
@bletchmonster I've been using Vactan also!
I normally chip off the loose stuff & treat the solid layer below
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