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Dremel SC456 5 x 38mm EZ SpeedClic Metal Cutting Wheels Discs Speed Clic S456
17 May, 2017
Dremel - only the best
Excellent little discs these. Trouble is they are so good you expect them to do the work of an angle grinder forgetting it's only for modelling and detailed work really and not to be used in a shipyard. I sometimes think it will do those kind of jobs things lol!!!
2feet Each Fuel Line Pipe & Filter Kit McCulloch Trim Mac 210 240 241 250 251
31 May, 2017
Just the Job
Was contemplating scrapping my strimmer as the fuel delivery hose had split several times. Bought this little kit and we're away strimming again. Really good value. everything fits perfect. SEE YOUTUBE FOR FITTING INSTRUCTIONS. NOT THE SAME MACHINE BUT STILL VALID FOR MCCULLOCH 210 STRIMMER. MAKES YOUR LIFE MUCH EASIER!!
Farming Harvest Book: THE JONES BALER STORY - Gwynfor Williams
29 Jan, 2017
If you're that waay inclined.
I bought this book as I'm interested in all things mechanical and I remembered the Jones Balers factory in Mold when I was a kid. Book is very interesting if you're machinery minded and or come from the area and had relatives of acquaintances working there at sometime. There was a lot more to the Jones' that I never new. This book filled in a lot of the gaps. Another thing that interested me was that I remembered Jones being taken over/being sold to Allis Chalmers, an American company who also made tractors of which I have a renovated 1948 example.