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  1. I think I read somewhere that machinery from...

    I think I read somewhere that machinery from China is an assembled form of a kit, requires cleaning and finishing.
    I don't envy your choices.
    Kryn
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    What happened to the pics of "another...

    What happened to the pics of "another machine"????
    In the words of Pauline Hanson, PLEASE EXPLAIN.:D
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    Sorry I can't help you as to the size, but will...

    Sorry I can't help you as to the size, but will this be mounted permanently on a machine, or removed from time to time? Asking as normally they are mounted on a boss.
    If it's going on a boss, the...
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    Looks to be a good idea, a bit worrying that it...

    Looks to be a good idea, a bit worrying that it comes from China.
    Another thing that worries me is Please allow 1-2cm errors due to manual measurement., wondering should that be mm's.
    Kryn
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    Looking forward to see the furnace in action. I...

    Looking forward to see the furnace in action. I could do with something like that myself for melting down scrap metals.
    Kryn
  6. Whether it's legal to do or not, I don't know,...

    Whether it's legal to do or not, I don't know, but set it up for pumping up a tyre, and carry it in the boot, for when/if you get a flat tyre. RESTRAINED of course.
    Or use it as a portable...
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    I know what you blokes mean, I found a wire stub,...

    I know what you blokes mean, I found a wire stub, embedded 5 mm in my ankle. It had gone through my loose fitting jeans and sock. I didn't feel it till I had my shower, and wondered what the pain...
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    Could it be a tool for lacing the leather belts...

    Could it be a tool for lacing the leather belts as in line shaft machines???
  9. What sort of jokes PLEASE?????Haven't heard...

    What sort of jokes PLEASE?????Haven't heard any!!! You can PM me with them, if you don't want this to go OT.
    Kryn
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    Without pics it's a hard call. The dovetails...

    Without pics it's a hard call. The dovetails could be broken or cracked, bolts really stressed to the point of trying to undo them, they'll shear. Far too many variables to give any real help.
    Kryn
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    You could also look at Bundy tubing, which is...

    You could also look at Bundy tubing, which is what is used as brake tubing for trailers etc.
    Set it up and never have to worry about it.
    Kryn
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    You might be better off placing an ad here....

    You might be better off placing an ad here. https://www.woodworkforums.com/f228
    I think I've the parts you're looking for to borrow, so that you can make a copy, if you don't have any luck.
    Kryn
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    I did find plenty on Ebay from about $100 inc...

    I did find plenty on Ebay from about $100 inc postage, BUT they're in the USA.
    https://www.ebay.com/p/1401560766
    This set with attachments, for roughly AU$200.oo inc postage...
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    I realise that it's expensive now, but like a lot...

    I realise that it's expensive now, but like a lot of things price will eventually come down to an affordable/viable level, and I know that trucks, IF driven correctly, don't have that problem, but...
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    Nice work, what did you use for the tines/forks?...

    Nice work, what did you use for the tines/forks?
    Kryn
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    Sounds like a great idea, would be a boon to the...

    Sounds like a great idea, would be a boon to the transport industry preventing brake fade.
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    The only problem with sand blasting it, is that...

    The only problem with sand blasting it, is that it will need polishing again to remove the blasting finish. You would be better off, bending it, and IF it needs rechroming, they'll just dip it in...
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    This is a hint if you're planning on using HSS,...

    This is a hint if you're planning on using HSS, to help learn the angles etc, instead of using your good HSS, practice on some square bar.
    Another tip if going the HSS route, beware of buying it on...
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    Thanks for the video of how you made it Tuomas. I...

    Thanks for the video of how you made it Tuomas. I reckon I've a few of the Hydraulic jacking part in my shed, if anyone wants one.
    Kryn
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    That's a fantastic idea, THANKS. But it's no good...

    That's a fantastic idea, THANKS. But it's no good to me, as it means I have to have a clean floor first. :doh:
    For metal bit that I loose, i put a large magnet in a placky bag and wave it over the...
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    Even if someone has one and have/could get it...

    Even if someone has one and have/could get it cast as a replacement, as I doubt anyone would have a spare.
    Kryn
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    I know you can't rush these things, but 10...

    I know you can't rush these things, but 10 years!!!!
    Nice control box, but have you set it up so that the stop switch works???
    Kryn
  23. Have you tried contacting either of these?...

    Have you tried contacting either of these?
    https://www.neils.com.au/fiat-tractor
    https://wrights-tractor-sales.tradefarmmachinery.com.au/contact-us

    Kryn
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    I picked up a Norton book Tool Room Grinding book...

    I picked up a Norton book Tool Room Grinding book for $0.55 US on Ebay, cost me $14.80 to post it. A very good read, describes the best wheel for a particular job, gives recommended angles etc for...
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    We have a keyless chuck at work on a DP, the...

    We have a keyless chuck at work on a DP, the bottom knurled ring tightens the jaws onto the drill bit, while the top knurled ring locks the bottom. One of the neanderthals there, tightens them both...
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    Welcome to a TOP FORUM. How long have you lived...

    Welcome to a TOP FORUM. How long have you lived in Peterborough? Asking as my Partners brother lived there till late 2006.
    Kryn
  27. Love to find one of those seats, I know I can buy...

    Love to find one of those seats, I know I can buy new, but it doesn't have the same character.
    Kryn
  28. We have the same problem here. People are too...

    We have the same problem here. People are too reliant on the welfare system, they don't want to work, why should they, if they can get similar money or more on the dole, especially if they've several...
  29. As you are in the USA and this is an Australian...

    As you are in the USA and this is an Australian based Forum, we don't have the same brands of wire as you do, apart from Lincoln and Hobart I think.
    Going by your Link, I'd say either of your...
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    THANKS JC for doing this as repository for future...

    THANKS JC for doing this as repository for future generations. :2tsup:
    Kryn
  31. That's a great idea, Grahame. I picked up a base...

    That's a great idea, Grahame. I picked up a base from one and welded a plate to the top, using it as a seat, as it's an ideal height for working on trailers, that are on high trestles.
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    Was the moderator able to give you any info on...

    Was the moderator able to give you any info on being able to get it registered???
    Were the components all OK, or did you have to do some replacements?
    Thanks for the WIP reports.
    Kryn
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    SORRY about the O/T comments. That's a sure...

    SORRY about the O/T comments.
    That's a sure sign of quality, I'll bet you won't find shims like that on Chinese made drill presses.
    Could the "0.006" at 30cm from spindle 'root'." come from "way...
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    I've done a search of the forum, but no pics, so...

    I've done a search of the forum, but no pics, so yes please, if it's not too much trouble?
    What would it weigh???
    Kryn
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    Is that offer open to anyone?? If so I'm...

    Is that offer open to anyone?? If so I'm interested.:2tsup:
    Kryn
  36. Those parts look like they're made from plastic,...

    Those parts look like they're made from plastic, as Steve mentioned, "Unfortunately I’d say not worth fixing."
    Would probably cost more to fix and all probability fail again.
    Kryn
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    This should be on the abusers toolboxes....

    This should be on the abusers toolboxes.
    387012387013
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    I've a couple of those perspex covers, if you...

    I've a couple of those perspex covers, if you want to make it safe:D
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    If we knew where you were it would be a LOT...

    If we knew where you were it would be a LOT easier, PLEASE change your location to a state, town, suburb and city to help you.
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    Which is which state or city???? Would be nice...

    Which is which state or city????
    Would be nice if people would put their location as a town or city, rather than a nation:((
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    Hi Alf, I don't own a Pullmax, as much as I'd...

    Hi Alf, I don't own a Pullmax, as much as I'd like one, I don't have a use for one YET.
    I can't see why your machine can't be fitted with the different tools available for it?
    There are plans...
  42. Hi Michael, and WELCOME to a TOP FORUM. I can't...

    Hi Michael, and WELCOME to a TOP FORUM. I can't help you with an ID of your lathe, but it would be sold in the US by several different sellers.
    Check out...
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    PM sent. Kryn

    PM sent.
    Kryn
  44. Hi Rusty, I can't seem to open the B&S nor the...

    Hi Rusty, I can't seem to open the B&S nor the Cincinnati No 2.
    All the others open. There's a lot of useful information there.
    Thanks Again
    Kryn
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    The main centre hole is 40mm as near as I can...

    The main centre hole is 40mm as near as I can measure it, the larger holes, 11mm dia (4 of) 63mm centres diagonally and the 2 smaller holes 8mm dia 56mm centres.
    Just remeasured it and it's 225...
  46. Thanks for that RC, unfortunately some of the...

    Thanks for that RC, unfortunately some of the listings won't open for me, not sure about it for others.
    Kryn
  47. Hi PDW, Any chance of getting a copy of it...

    Hi PDW, Any chance of getting a copy of it PLEASE, I have a Hercus T&C grinder, but I believe there's some good information that's applicable to the Hercus.
    Kryn
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    Pretty sure that it fits the Brobo machines as it...

    Pretty sure that it fits the Brobo machines as it looks the same size. Can confirm hole diameters and PCD of the holes tomorrow for you.
    Of course I can post it, which is why I put "selling for $0...
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    Vic, was there any grease or similar in...

    Vic, was there any grease or similar in that/those parts?
    Wondering if a SMALL dob of grease in the "slots" would help hold them in place.
    If you can't have grease there, would a couple of small...
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    220mm Cold saw blade

    Cold saw blade approx 220mm diameter, selling for $0 plus postage.
    May need some attention/sharpening as has surface rust on one side.
    Kryn
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