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Pete Rimmer13/01/2020 23:41:35
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Which models did you get John?

John Waller14/01/2020 09:40:58
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Hello Pete ... I've a Biax IV/EA and a 7EL

Pete Rimmer14/01/2020 17:53:43
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I have a 7EL too. The chrome ring was stuck when I got it and I had to warm it up to get the motor off the gearbox to get at the fan. Even though it's old I use it a lot.

peak417/01/2020 22:12:34
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Just by coincidence, this has just popped up in my inbox.
No intention of buying one myself, but thought it might be of interest.

Arbortech PCH350 Power Chisel

Bill

John Waller17/01/2020 23:34:12
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Hi Bill - Thanks very much for your message - always appreciated.

I've already now got two Biax scraper wink

KR

John

peak417/01/2020 23:52:50
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Posted by John Waller on 17/01/2020 23:34:12:

Hi Bill - Thanks very much for your message - always appreciated.

I've already now got two Biax scraper wink

KR

John

I realise that, but thought someone else might be interested in adapting it .
I'm not sure I could justify a real one, or the time involved making one, though the Instagram link is interesting.

Bill

Jon Holmes16/02/2020 11:28:22
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I converted a cheap variable speed reciprocating saw ( re-drilled the pin to a new location to reduce the linear movement). Quick and easy to do and works well. I then decided the variable stroke idea was very good/necessary, but difficult to implement. Solution? Buy another cheap reciprocating saw and convert to the stroke you want. Still much much cheaper than the real thing!

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