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Online cyclobutch

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Re: Push rod fun
« Reply #30 on: 03.06. 2016 08:49 »
The fish gags are getting to mi nnow.
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Offline TT John

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Re: Push rod fun
« Reply #31 on: 03.06. 2016 10:01 »
a magnetic comb to keep it in place  *????* *????*

I am not talking about the common mole grips, I was referring to the ones you use when welding etc, with the flat thin jaws.
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Re: Push rod fun
« Reply #32 on: 03.06. 2016 16:51 »
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I was referring to the ones you use when welding etc

Oh ok sorry, know the ones you mean, yep mole grips can be confusing referring to a Make really I believe, similar Vice gripe which are actually Vise grips
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Re: Push rod fun
« Reply #33 on: 03.06. 2016 18:33 »
great for Flash, not so good on Rockets

Sorry lads I'm fulfilling a long desire to be a damp squid today
two long mild steel studs on alloy head  to use a  magnetic comb that could be made for a few squid shoaly or mussel down  or take a dab and make one in your own plaice and save a few squid but i wont carp on about it any conger
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