Here is a list of all the postings alan-lloyd has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Seized stopcock|
We had the same trouble with our stop cock, the plumber recommended leaving it alone and installing a Surestop valve just after it with the switch conveniently located under the sink unit at a height we could reach easily
|Thread: Surface/ Marking out plates|
Lapping plate, used to use one to lap knives for envelope machines
|Thread: Cheap Ultrasonic Cleaners|
There was a thread on here about them, if I remember correctly you need one that's over 400 watts to be anygood
|Thread: Tender locos for a beginner?|
You could consider the southern Q1, available parts from Polly
|Thread: Stuart No 10 cylinder ports|
I'm sure back in the 70s when I made a 10v the ports were not cast in the cylinder as they are nowadays
|Thread: Stuart S-50 build problem|
Phone Tracy Tools and order a long series drill
|Thread: Loc Tite|
Try nail varnish remover, or print head cleaner - acitone
|Thread: Claude Reeves 4 Legged Gravity Escapement Regulator|
Now that is nice, well done
|Thread: Can anyone tell me what this might be?|
I believe there is a strong collectors market for vintage garage equipment
|Thread: How to join?|
what make of mower is it, please?
|Thread: Amazon Prime scam?|
amazon customer service 0800 279 7234
|Thread: Workshop lighting|
I replaced my florescent light fittings with led's but what I didn't realise was you can't buy replacement tubes you have to get another complete fitting, they were slyvania twins,but you can get led tubes to replace florescent tubes, so beware!
|Thread: Myford 254V Lathe.|
Have you disengauged the all the change gears and run it up? then the motor and run it in both directions? I would contact those chaps that visit you to service or repair Myfords, might give you some useful pointers
|Thread: Heatshrink tubing|
Vintage vehicle electrical supplies
|Thread: Warco WM 250 problem?|
I had this trouble, I anchored mine to the wall, the early machines had narrow bases on the cabinet stands
|Thread: Metric micrometer what t buy?|
Keep looking on e bay for a moore and wright, good ones do turn up
|Thread: What coating/grease for long term tool storage|
You could try duck oil if its still available, spray on and it sets to a greasey coating, used to get it from agriculture dealers for tractors etc
|Thread: Sealing Threads|
What about Loctite tread sealant?
|Thread: Replacing Warco WM16 spindle bearings|
There is a grub screw on the boss, where it pivots this needs to be backed out to clear a groove in the spigot that the head swings on
|Thread: Attachment to make 'rattle can' easier to use.|
Try your local mobility centre, might find something designed for kitchen use to adapt
Edited By JasonB on 19/06/2019 19:38:33
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