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  1. Full forwards on the throttle lever, then pull it back a bit once running to turn off.
  2. Remove the idle mixture screw and blast out the hole it was in with carb/brake cleaner, should spray out a hole in the front of the carb as well as internally, they get blocked up a lot and give hunting idle. Linkage doesn't directly control butterfly, I've had a couple that were either idle or max nang with nothing in between thanks to fucky governor. Manual: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wRpU92lMIv2fV60NJvffIEXbKN9gMfy7/view?usp=drivesdk
  3. I still rate my BOC highly, it's called a 200 but it's actually 210A. https://mytools.co.nz/products/boc-smootharc-tig-200-ac-dc?pr_prod_strat=collection_fallback&pr_rec_id=26b01ce58&pr_rec_pid=4459075469347&pr_ref_pid=4516669259811&pr_seq=uniform
  4. Take your empty to them to get it refilled rather than swapped.
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    I'm guessing nothing besides dereg and possibly dodgy legality.
  6. They do a weldskill 135 inverter now too For the money I'm very impressed with the BOC Raptor mig I got, it's a lot more capable than I am lol. https://mytools.co.nz/products/raptor-160-mig-welder-10amp Should have got the 180 though.
  7. Bonus with Bunnings is if you ever run out of gas on a weekend etc they are open. Also $118 for a D with trade card, $126 retail. I was with BOC on the D plan ages back, but if you don't use your 2 full bottles in 12 months you've still got to pay the full year payment etc.
  8. MIGgas from Bunnings/other Coregas supplier imo.
  9. Jump it, only way to know for sure the pegs are up to the task. I'm sure @64valiant will video it for us.
  10. Raizer

    Aubs fr50

    Did you seal up that gap?
  11. Going by FB the box and most of the good bits were gone before lunch
  12. Somewhat related to welder buying... For the last few years my welding "table" was a small piece of 12mm plate with a section of angle zapped on the back by a seagull with metallic diarrhea, the angle got clamped in my vice to give a surface as well as tie up my vice to prevent it being used for anything else etc. Well that's changed! Managed to sell my old DC TIG and my last .22lr for more or less the exact amount needed for the table, got to Machinery house on Friday and it turns out they have a sale starting today so they gave us the sale price and then a further $50 off with their "mates club" deal. It's no certiflat but fuck I am over the moon with it!! Modded some M16 bolts in the lathe, welded on Bunnings F clamps *Don't look too close, I'm still figuring out MIG* Oh and much less related, ol' @Geophy had a mate selling a drill press last month and it's found it's way to my shed too.
  13. Order some of these before it goes in, might save 5 minutes next time lol
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    Repco brand paint stripper seems alloy safe. It's so shit it takes 2 or 3 applications to get paint to bubble and doesn't seem to touch alloy. It does make skin wrinkle up weird, but not bad enough I'd bother with gloves though
  15. Tonight? Saturday burgers seems like a thing Within an uber or @chris rr ride bludgeable distance of the CBD plz
  16. It's all ready for a couple coats of paint now, trying to decide between pink or purple, might go with both.
  17. TH180 I thought? AKA Holden traumatic
  18. Or have the wheels machined to have seat inserts pressed in
  19. Have heard of them, meant to last about twice as long as iridium plugs. Have seen them marketed as "lifetime plugs" or something like that.
  20. Jeep use 5x127 as well, but I doubt you will be finding 14s on 99+ Cherokee etc.
  21. My last 3 vans it's been no issue at all for WOF having removed seats. Have run through as 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 seater and the only issue was a missing seatbeat in my old Delica so I just removed the seat again.
  22. Someone's ripping you right off. They are the same price most of the time.
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