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jim7564 last won the day on January 2

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    wide arch st205

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  1. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001EX2UKU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. yes hes been on about selling them for a good while now,last i heard he had them extremely under valued.good luck with it
  3. My first Celica absolutely loved driving it
  4. was that GEOFFs CS from GT4OC down in Newcastle
  5. interested to see if you notice any improvement with these bits and the leads.mine are still original leads although the dizzy cap rotor have been done. got these
  6. you will find with that one the weld will stick to one surface as you cannot fine tune it (either min/max) nothing in between.mine (also crap) high/med/low on high it blows holes in the body medium it sticks to one side and low dont waste your time.small bottles of Argon gas last a few min,admittedly it did weld my filler pipe to my new fuel cap pretty well also i used it to weld my seats.but bodywork/panels its useless.granted i,m no expert with a mig,but if your going ahead try and look for one with a dial for the power the same as the speed of wire. i spend more time freeing the wire up replacing the flow wheels and dismantling the gun as the wire seems to stick in the shroud etc.the one i bought takes 2 folk to lift it but not used it yet.
  7. in my opinion you will be wasting your time using a gasless welder outside in windy conditions,I,m not sure if gasless actually means welding without gas and a lot depends on what it is your welding.a lot of folk use Co2 instead of Argon etc (gasless welding butnot quite as your using something to substitute the gas) also how neat you want the welding to look.you will spend more time grinding and cleaning it up than you will welding its not the price of the welder but refilling the gas bottles makes it expensive as nowadays you have to have an account for the bottle (unless you know someone who will do it on the side) recently bought a mig 160 amp big piece of kit compared to my last one.my old one a migmate (more a hobby welder) cant weld anything outside esp in windy conditions always resort back to my stick welder,
  8. S13 Nissan Silvia Rocket Bunny wide arches passed the 2mtr wide mark now
  9. halfords socket spanner set sits on 2 hooks on the rear strutbrace
  10. its the coolant sensor in the elbow for the ECU not the gauges etc,mine was faulty cleaned the throttle body etc and was still the same.turned out it was the connector for the sensor (green plug) it was Chris that pointed it out to me,perfect now
  11. yes your right,the other thing to check is the water sensor at the elbow,if its faulty or a bad connection the car will struggle to idle on cold start up.
  12. is it similar to the one on the 205.cleaned mine with quick release oil and gunk spray,used old gaskets as they were fine,
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