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    I have done this in the past, unscrew the head (...

    I have done this in the past, unscrew the head ( obvious) remove the rubber switch cover insert Allen key down into the switch block remove the grub screw, remove the end cap with a suitable piece...
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    I stand corrected, mine has a regulator, but then...

    I stand corrected, mine has a regulator, but then I salvaged it from a caravan
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    Yep on the big cylinder you will need a regulator...

    Yep on the big cylinder you will need a regulator of some kind, does not need a gauge just needs to reduce the pressure, or purchase a small cylinder.
    Have a chat t o these guys they are the gurus...
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    I have used these with great success ...

    I have used these with great success https://www.bunnings.com.au/ratsak-fast-action-wax-block-6-pack_p2961398
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    Whatever prompted some one to apply linseed oil...

    Whatever prompted some one to apply linseed oil to a dace floor
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    What do you call long lasting I have applied heat...

    What do you call long lasting I have applied heat activated edge banding with a iron and it is still fine after 20 years
    a edge band will do it with less work,
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    I made a circular cutter from a piece of heavy...

    I made a circular cutter from a piece of heavy pipe, hard faced the edge, had it ground on a lathe, now I just place it on the paper grit side down, tap around the edge with a soft face hammer
    you...
  8. Thread: Precision levels

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    As said above a precision level is way above what...

    As said above a precision level is way above what you need, you could use one but I would not buy just for that job
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    Not exactly a new idea, my boss showed me this...

    Not exactly a new idea, my boss showed me this 40+ years ago
  10. Thread: Lathe tail stock

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    WANTED:SA. Item no longer required many thanks to KBs...

    Item no longer required many thanks to KBs pensNmore
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    I do it all the time as I have a source of hardly...

    I do it all the time as I have a source of hardly used belts that I get for nothing, I Have not purchased a disc for years
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    Personally I would cut away the decayed timber...

    Personally I would cut away the decayed timber and glue new pieces in place then shape a stain
  13. Thread: Lathe tail stock

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    WANTED:SA. Lathe tail stock

    Hi,

    Looking for a lathe tail stock brand is not a issue
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    Welcome to the forum with title Mad Murdoch you...

    Welcome to the forum with title Mad Murdoch you should fit in quite well
  15. FREE: NSW If I were in NSW I would be there in a flash, to...

    If I were in NSW I would be there in a flash, to take that C&H tip would be a criminal offence
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    For re-sawing you will need a rip saw, for...

    For re-sawing you will need a rip saw, for Dovetails you will need a Dovetail saw or some people use a fret saw, I can't offer any advise on brands as all my handsaws are from my father and his...
  17. Sounds pretty simple take the guard off first

    Sounds pretty simple take the guard off first
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    The other alternative is just forget about it, I...

    The other alternative is just forget about it, I have been a Cabinet maker for 40+years and I can't remember ever using a vise dog
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    It is always good to see alternate ways to...

    It is always good to see alternate ways to complete the the same task, interesting that the same fret saw when used by a jeweller /silversmith/goldsmith, becomes a piercing saw.
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    Those results are pretty classic for "not enough...

    Those results are pretty classic for "not enough tension on the blade"
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    Mostly you just freehand them, pick a shape and...

    Mostly you just freehand them, pick a shape and just copy it
  22. When they are too narrow to set and secure...

    When they are too narrow to set and secure correctly
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    That's why I have a answering Machine

    That's why I have a answering Machine
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    Discover our Australian History | AMES...

    Discover our Australian History | AMES Australasia
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    I have to agree if it is alloy it would be better...

    I have to agree if it is alloy it would be better to fabricate one from steel, hopefully you will be able to locate a spare
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    It is a oil I have used it twice in ten years and...

    It is a oil I have used it twice in ten years and yes my spa is semi undercover https://preschem.com/products/timber-protection/aussie-clear/
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    If it is cast iron your could successfully Braze...

    If it is cast iron your could successfully Braze it.
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    I have only ever use Aussie clear on my spa...

    I have only ever use Aussie clear on my spa after 10 years still looks good
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    WANTED:SA. No longer required thanks to Shedhand

    No longer required thanks to Shedhand
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    VICTORIA Mike will you take $120 +Post to SA for the multi...

    Mike will you take $120 +Post to SA for the multi tool
  31. Thread: BA Falcon Bumper

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    You think that is low I have BF XR 6 it is lower...

    You think that is low I have BF XR 6 it is lower again so I know how you feel, you just get used to going really slow over speed humps and parking well clear of those concrete bumper removal devices...
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    The edging in the photo looks like T edge I...

    The edging in the photo looks like T edge I bought some years ago from Galvin Hardware, It is not very popular these days, Laminex have the standard ABS edging
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    WANTED:SA. Multi tool beit grinder/linisher

    Want to buy good working multi tool 500 mm multi tool only grinder not required preferably in SA
  34. Thread: Knife handles

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    Knife handles

    Looking for someone in South Aus to produce small run of knife handles in timber for me will need x,y z, axis size approx 90mm x 30mm x 20mm
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    I have straightened Dawn sash cramps as detailed...

    I have straightened Dawn sash cramps as detailed above, except there is no need to heat them, just take it slowly in a the press
  36. Thread: Aust day banner

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    Aust day banner

    Some one forgot to remove the Australia day banner
  37. Thread: Makita Batteries

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    I have 14.4 AEG that is 16 years old it is on...

    I have 14.4 AEG that is 16 years old it is on it's 3rd set of batteries the last two i purchased from battery world as there is no one in SA who rebuilds them any longer, at $80 each they are
    $40...
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    As you have been advised you may need a different...

    As you have been advised you may need a different circuit breaker, there also may be a electrical fault some where, did you witness the machine running before you purchased it ?
    If you onyly have...
  39. Thread: Makita Batteries

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    I don't think any one rebuilds batteries any...

    I don't think any one rebuilds batteries any more, it is usually cheaper just to buy a replacement off the shelf from Battery world
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    Any sharpening service would be able to supply...

    Any sharpening service would be able to supply them
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    What it all boils down to is tools are expensive...

    What it all boils down to is tools are expensive because consumers a happy to pay the price, if consumers don't buy items because they are too expensive the price will soon drop, look what people are...
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    Lighter fluid, leave it on and the silicone will...

    Lighter fluid, leave it on and the silicone will swell and and separate from the bench
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    These days every thing is made to price and the...

    These days every thing is made to price and the use of low quality plastics is the reason, not much you can do about it
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    Having been in factories and run my own...

    Having been in factories and run my own business's I can tell you the only sure way to stop people plying with it will be, weld it place or cut off all your employee's hands
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    Rustins plastic Coating, although any finish will...

    Rustins plastic Coating, although any finish will wear over time.
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    As said above sounds like something is moving...

    As said above sounds like something is moving during use
  47. Carpenter/will need to have a builders licence,...

    Carpenter/will need to have a builders licence, plus a plumber gas fitter or Electrician for what ever the pipes are
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    I don't know what Rob paid although at $500 it...

    I don't know what Rob paid although at $500 it would need to be "plug & go" check the rise an fall mechanism it is most likely worn (even worn out) most are it will be a rare one if it is not
  49. Thread: Vanity unit

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    I would go with water resistant ply it would...

    I would go with water resistant ply it would blend it withe other timer, re kickboard try standing up in front of a cabinet that does not have one and you will have your answer
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    Rustins Plastic coating

    Rustins Plastic coating
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