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: 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
|Thread: What are these wheels /tyres?|
They are off of a sit on lawn mower used on golf clubs, google Toro grass equipment
|Thread: Blued metal cleading|
Heres one in North Walsham Norfolk, happisburgh road, pronounced hazebough road !
|Thread: Rusty Clock Springs|
The guy in the Repair Shop on tele, said theres no such thing as over wound, its probably dirt or old oil gone hard
|Thread: What do YOU call it?|
I used to just sit out there looking at my 1956 triumph t100 motorcycle admiring its design, oh happy days
|Thread: Myford 254 Apron Rebuild|
My book gives the part number as, 12035, its a 254 plus
|Thread: 1959 Nsu quickly|
I seem to remember they had something to do with Vincent motor cycles, probably assembled by them in Stevenage
vintage motor cycle club, tranfers for anything, do ask for applying details as they are not all water sliders
|Thread: The Chocolate Fireguard as designed by Mercedes Benz|
We live in Norfolk the standard of driving is abysmal, no signals and no curtesy, has to be seen to believed
|Thread: joining green laminated belt|
You need the brown glue to, and it is date sensitive, like Loctite, no I haven't got any sorry
|Thread: Odd bolt size|
the head size was reduced way back in the 70s maybe 60s to save metal, what you have was probably made on old presses, spanners were 10x14 now I think 10x13 is more common
|Thread: Smoke detectors|
we recently had the chimney sweep round and he is a fireman in his proper job, he, no the fire brigade recommends smoke angel alarms sited in the escape route
|Thread: Cap head screws|
Hi I have used the following suppliers, unbrako fasteners, model fixings, socket and allied, precision technology supplies, precision screws, southeast Essex fasteners and surplus supplies, hope this helps
|Thread: Single to 3 phase invertor and smart meters|
I rest my case, we will see!
We recently moved to a property that has smart meters fitted, ok at the moment but I don't trust the power companies not to dictate the prices they will charge at different times of the day, remember these things speak both ways, I would advise resist installing them
|Thread: Talktalk new web site|
I am a talk talk user and I have written down in my information book, (I map )143 mail, and (smpt) 587, haven't got a clue what it means, sorry probably no help
|Thread: Hi from dorset|
I used to go to the Pontins Rivera holiday camp at Bowleaze cove, many times with my parents. I believe the building still stands. Happy memories.
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