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    ..... and some additional engine bay bling with this shielded crankcase breather bargain.



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    Puzzled as to why you need wing mirrors on a fridge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    Puzzled as to why you need wing mirrors on a fridge?
    It helps when reversing it back into the utility room plus it's still full of Brandy & Baileys cream and handy if you like a secretive finger dip now and again!


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    Picked this up in the bargain basket from the local Marine chandlers for £7. Ideal I thought for the front panels Cold Intake System. 70mm OD / 57mm ID.



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    +1 for the rtech mig, excellent welder and very portable. Make sure you buy a decent mask, being able to see what you are doing makes a big difference to your welding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d-9 View Post
    +1 for the rtech mig, excellent welder and very portable. Make sure you buy a decent mask, being able to see what you are doing makes a big difference to your welding.
    That's it. For years I had an old arch welding mask, then when I got a modern one and could see it was a bit of a light bulb moment....literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    That's it. For years I had an old arch welding mask, then when I got a modern one and could see it was a bit of a light bulb moment....literally.
    I agree. A friend has the r-tec true colour helmet. Its on my shopping list, excellent bit of kit at a reasonable price.

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    I appreciate all the feedback and inputs BUT you have to ask is it all worth the outlay? Welder £500, Mask £75, Gloves £30, Consumables £60, Welding Tools £50 .... thats some shopping list for making the odd exhaust as without the "projects" I simply wouldn't generate the competency to tackle complicated manifolds ..... is there a budget system that I can start with perhaps and progress to the R-Tech Nirvana?


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    Ebay. Lincoln electric are good welders

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    I bought a gas less mig from screwfix 10year ago,still working.Depends if your sold on tig welding aswell.You can get stainless mig wire,but never used it

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