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i might have gone a bit OTT when i bought a 2hp motor for my pillar drill, with the intention of swapping...
sounds like a old epos system.
i use one of these......
to put things into perspective, this is my welder and the borrowed generator i used to power it.
the welder was being run flat out welding...
my flo gas dealer will happily take calor cylinders...
the number of flo gas cylinders ive had with the paint flaking of leaving interesting...
thatll do very nicely :D thanks dude :D
yeah dont worry, thats just the cord to my angle grinder, its put away when not in use :)
bodgit and scarper ltd lathe chuck key....
works, thats all that matters :D
lol not at that price :D
a very cool bit of kit but i can buy a new engine with electric start for that. :D
it seems 31100-ZE1-810 M FW08 is the partnumber for a electric start flywheel... hmmmm. :D
alrighty then, today efforts.
first things first, a spot of tig brazing to attach the alloy pulley to the chrome steel driveshaft.
a few things...
it works. and exhaust made out a old engines sai pipe. now to finish it off and fit a electric start.
a trick i learned is that you can cook pasta in the microwave :)
why worry. just replace it with whatever you can get. i like econoseal connectors. guaranteed that'll never happen again.
used the lathe for a couple of jobs today. 1st to accurately find the center of the pulley so it can be drilled out to 26mm for the shaft to fit...
i tried to repair one just last week. it ruptured 10mm further up the pipe and blew the fitting off. about 5 seconds after starting the engine.
i made my garage doors. 2” box. 2” angle for the crosses and clad in t&g. no locks accessible from the outside. as near as i can make it burglar...
its not as loose as it looks, and with that motor on it it will stall long before it does any damage. :D
spinny thing spins :D
but the motor has barely enough power to run itself, never mind any cutting, so theres that....
give it a try. saves all the searching :D
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