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    Not noticed any sea level rise at Sunny Hunny ��

    Not noticed any sea level rise at Sunny Hunny ��
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    Pure style

    Pure style
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    Well-we will be without the moon quite soon-it's...

    Well-we will be without the moon quite soon-it's moving away from us at about 0.005"per annum ��
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    You can check the various screws against a steel...

    You can check the various screws against a steel rule-if imperial the crests will count so many threads each inch,with Granville it will probably be 8 threads each inch on the rule. If metric each...
  5. I'm afraid you've lost us over here with all this...

    I'm afraid you've lost us over here with all this gun-talk! I just about know a .410 or a .177 air gun! In fact in part of the U.K. Air guns aren't allowed!
  6. Find a small SB or clone- I have the Boxford with...

    Find a small SB or clone- I have the Boxford with Timken bearings. Have full compliment of 3C collets,will take anything as small as you like.
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    PS JR Lesan,I did try to pm you but without...

    PS JR Lesan,I did try to pm you but without success-but the dimensions you need are in post 6.
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    Thanks for all your remarks-all reassembled now...

    Thanks for all your remarks-all reassembled now with the washer in its correct place. Cleaned out the feed clutch too,never thought it was a multi plate-neat. Also found the pinion shaft pin had...
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    I've got a Machinery magazine somewhere,of about...

    I've got a Machinery magazine somewhere,of about 1950,with a Planers advert in.
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    Not sure what to do with it....anyway I've...

    Not sure what to do with it....anyway I've measured it,2.825 od.1.875 id. 1/16 thick.
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    hmmm seems a funny oil dipper-and it's a perfect...

    hmmm seems a funny oil dipper-and it's a perfect fit on the worm boss. V misleading as it isn't a thrust. I'll put it back loose the far side of the hole. Btw the wormwheel runs in the oil. Be bk...
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    Feed worm and wheel-washer?

    Got apron down on my 1940,s 16" SB,for a good clean and check. After getting the worm out,I could withdraw the wormwheel. After this came out,there was a large washer with teeth on the rim the other...
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    Ain't it just! The more so as the text on mine is...

    Ain't it just! The more so as the text on mine is bouncing up and down all the time! 50-50 I'll be looking at someone's profile or the wrong topic!
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    Touché-only,I don't think that even clowns would...

    Touché-only,I don't think that even clowns would think it was a good idea to take a simple decision like "climbing or diving" the plane away from the pilot! But the management at Boeing are sticking...
  15. IMO the annular ring should be sufficient. No...

    IMO the annular ring should be sufficient. No need to scrape. If you want pucks,just mark out where the pucks would be and mill away the bits in between a thou or two above the centre facing.
  16. Interesting-that's what I'm on this moment. Took...

    Interesting-that's what I'm on this moment. Took the whole base unit off and turned it upside down. Bed resting on a stand.Decided it'd be easier to change motors this way rather than all the...
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    And at my old firm in Lynn ,we had an annual...

    And at my old firm in Lynn ,we had an annual Sickie award-a little wire man with his head in a bucket
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    Here in Britain,in the Peak District,was quarried...

    Here in Britain,in the Peak District,was quarried a coarse sharp sandstone for millstones called-Millstone Grit
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    Back in 1982 I rescued a No.11/2 Cincinnati...

    Back in 1982 I rescued a No.11/2 Cincinnati universal,with all trimmings,from a tin shed in the Fens near Cambridge. In another adjoining shed were two huge Pittler autos-very nice but know b....r...
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    ....or Medicinal Compound!

    ....or Medicinal Compound!
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    Well-I think I'll vote for that nice Mr Corbyn....

    Well-I think I'll vote for that nice Mr Corbyn. He's nice and cuddly and he's going to give us all the sweeties we want and someone else will pay. And the Labour Rose has no thorns so I know they are...
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    Can't see what's wrong using hydrogen for weather...

    Can't see what's wrong using hydrogen for weather balloons etc-even kiddies balloons(providing they don't smoke)! And it's even lighter than helium.
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    I'd differ from Tony calling the tailstock...

    I'd differ from Tony calling the tailstock conventionat-it's an instrument lathe tailstock in Industrial size! Most unusual.
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    Yes,I watched that too. Fascinating. It appeared...

    Yes,I watched that too. Fascinating. It appeared to me that Boeing just kept digging themselves in deeper rather than admit MCAS was a bad idea. Good thing to ground them.
  25. Erm-no it doesn't. Several makers fitted the...

    Erm-no it doesn't. Several makers fitted the eccentrics between HP and LP cranks. Split Eccentrics instead of split crank.
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