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rog8811

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About rog8811

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  • Birthday 02/04/1955

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    Back in Surrey
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    Building lasers and whatever takes my fancy. like http://www.rog8811.com/rideonmowerjeep.htm
  • Occupation
    Education officer (teach kids about the world around them)

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  1. A lot to do but it is all doable, a lot of flat panels, no compound curves, keep the pictures coming.
  2. Hi, welcome to the forum, I cannot help you but there are plenty of scammell men on the forum, I am sure they will be able to sort you out.
  3. I cannot get the link to work....that may be just me though
  4. rog8811

    Kit Kat

    Oddly I know a man who collects Kit Kat wrappers, I have e-mailed him to ask if he has a spare inner that he can pass on to a good cause.
  5. Thanks for posting the links, nice project.
  6. ... the guy attaching the cooling fan with his pinched out fag behind his ear, that used to be a common sight
  7. Would be good to see what 40% consist of....
  8. I have just gone back to read through this thread again, hats off to you, some fantastic work!
  9. Welcome to the forum, now that is what retirement should be about!
  10. I am loving your attention to detail on this rebuild, it is going to be one of my "go to" threads!
  11. Photo's, we like photo's. there are folk on here who will probably be able to give you chapter and verse once they see what you have.
  12. Just an off the wall thought, spanner size gauge for ordnance fuse spanners.... though spanners would be brass not sure why nuts need to be...
  13. Was it undercover over that time? Is the tilt in good nick? I always had a hankering for a Sumb for rather nefarious reasons, I wanted to scrap the cab and build a scale size Matador cab on it... never going to happen Good luck with it.
  14. I have had a couple of the low cost hand held ones, in fact I still have, and use the second one, the only failure I ever had was the timer went on the first one, not a problem as once you are used to it you can easily self time by watching and listening to the weld. The first one was automated at one point by mounting it on a frame upside down with the lever being operated via an air cylinder which made it extremely versatile
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