This was my sole form of transport in all weathers for about 4 years, note the jaunty angle of the rear shocks where I had to move the top...
Got to be worth more to you as a back up if nothing else.
Here's mine, I think its quite tidy, just a tad compact. :dontknow:[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I use these- https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverline-105878-Solder-Flux-Brushes/dp/B002QRWHGA/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8
Hooks on the sides for cables, torch holder on trolley handle.
If its this one it checks the continuity of the trailer lights circuit via the testers battery when you press the yellow button, this dosent work...
Here's mine, main part is made from an old commode chair (minus the commode thankfully) I found in the skip at work. Some people will throw...
Don't know if its any help but afaik BSB is a whitworth form 55 degree, cycle thread is 60 degree.
I bought a WP-9 torch complete with leads from them, no customs charge, arrived within 10 days.
Nice work, well done.
Try taking the gas shroud off the torch, I find it improves visibility with gasless wire.
Mild steel wire will be fine, as said above grind the coating off.
Murex Planet 6012's ??
I still have, and still use occasionally the SIP Merlin 180 I bought from kays catalogue in the early eighties, I bought it to weld up the rather...
If it is flux core you would need to reverse the polarity of your machine (not always possible) for it to weld properly.
That's excellent mate, well done.
Yet another vote for the Halfords flexi heads, got mine for half price as well, I think the offer might be back on now.
Weldequip do them.
Might be worth giving R-Tech a ring anyway.
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