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Ha ha, certainly gets a wriggle on when you fully prod the loud pedal towards the finish!! Look out next year.:smthumbup:smthumbup
It's a bit bumpy at the exit of the esses :lol:Ha ha, certainly gets a wriggle on when you fully prod the loud pedal towards the finish!! Look out next year.:smthumbup:smthumbup
Doune is mid April. That's your target date :smthumbupLooking at the in car I can't even begin to think what it must be like to drive, it looks proper manic!
I,ve lost 2kg so far ................ Only another 55 to go.:smthumbup
I'll give it a go mate.Doune is mid April. That's your target date :smthumbup
Ok, thanks for the info, I'll get one, looks good.Clive, the bead roller is Metz, found it on ebay. There's a few listings with buy it now of £140. This one was on auction and I was the only bidder . Good robust machine, just remember to anneal the tube first!
I find with the Tig foot pedal that it's difficult to control finely during the weld. If there was a way to set an upper limit on the welder and alter it's overall range it would be much better. As it is only tiny movements give substantial current changes. I'm sure it'll become second nature eventually though!
The pedal seems to override the current settings on the welder. There's nothing on the pedal for adjustment. NewArc weren't very helpful tbh.Looks a tidy enough weld Donald, even experience welders need to keep their hand in.
Surely you can just set the peak amps on the machine?!
It'll also sound very differentLooking good!
You should be able to spin the nuts off the blower now!