Two half nuts. Clamp the eye between them, no need to tighten against the body.
You need a piloted reamer. It centres between the two bushes using a sliding tapered sleeve.
Screw-on sleeves are available for adjustable...
It's been a good week.
A lovely little Lushington MT1 boring head for £20. Not too impressed by Parcel Force though. It couldn't have been much...
No, it's recommended that you move the mount. Two bolts, half a turn each.
A friend of mine has similar at home. He has a small hotel-style safe which has a brick in it. It's not bolted down and is placed in a fairly open...
AKA Rampant Capitalism.
And what drove Globalisation?
and open up the possibility of using it to cut metal.
Not at all. My dad, most definitely East London, always said it like that, as do I :D
Not at all. Being of the "younger generation" your mind has been polluted with the pernicious USspeak :whistle:
I still don't follow. The heat exchanger pipes are copper and 12mm diameter. You're saying they're more likely to block than the minute passages...
Sorry to hear this Norm, but at least you've retained your sense of humour :thumbup:
Today I acquired these
1/4" travel on the left hand one, it's a bit sticky but it'll clean nicely. 1/2" travel on the right hand one....
It certainly looks original from what I can remember of the Dickson I had.
The Intergas boiler is very good. The domestic hot water heat exchanger is part of the main heat exchanger and is formed from 12m copper pipe cast...
Mine stays around the centre position and I use the VFD to tweak the speed, unless I've got a large drill or am tapping.
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