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Forum: Lister A & B 26-10-16, 07:43 PM
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Posted By Cycloid
Very droll!:biggrin:

Very droll!:biggrin:
Forum: Lister A & B 26-10-16, 12:51 PM
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Posted By Cycloid
What started the cogs turning in my head was a...

What started the cogs turning in my head was a picture on the forum showing the state of a stilly wrench and socket bar after the job. I know that they could come out easily but equally I've seen how...
Forum: Lister A & B 26-10-16, 12:47 PM
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Posted By Cycloid
You must know me by now Dan, I think about things...

You must know me by now Dan, I think about things too much. :whistle: I apply a Clock maker's logic to everything, which probably won't get me too far when working on these things.[QUOTE]
Forum: Lister A & B 26-10-16, 09:56 AM
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Posted By Cycloid
Tight Threads!

I have thinking about the 'turning forces' set up by the square bar and stillys sometimes used to loosen bungs. As the bar has to be taller than the hopper if the force applied to it is not...
Forum: Lister A & B 26-10-16, 09:32 AM
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Posted By Cycloid
Yes Dan, Having thought about it that would be a...

Yes Dan, Having thought about it that would be a more sensible choice. Paraffin or diesel would be more 'searching' than an oil. The other consideration is have you seen the price of lathe machine...
Forum: Lister A & B 25-10-16, 06:09 PM
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Posted By Cycloid
I subscribe to the penetrating oil idea 100% Dan!...

I subscribe to the penetrating oil idea 100% Dan! Just an idea I had, how about pouring oil into the hopper and leaving it to soak? A lathe slide way oil maybe, I suppose it's a tad messy but do you...
Forum: Lister A & B 25-10-16, 04:22 PM
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Posted By Cycloid
James, That looks like a serious bit of kit! I...

James, That looks like a serious bit of kit! I must profess to have never come across such a device before. The drawback for me would be the cost, you would need to get some use out of such a tool at...
Forum: Lister A & B 25-10-16, 10:49 AM
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Posted By Cycloid
Is it the general consensus on the forum that the...

Is it the general consensus on the forum that the best method to remove these plugs is with an air impact driver and a suitable square section bit at the business end. I would like to carry out a top...
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