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Old Jan 16, 2002, 02:25 PM
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New online toolstore - for those difficult tools!


Thanks to fellow modeller Deano for helping to locate this excellent new online toolstore. Just the place for those difficult to locate tools and materials.

Unfortunately Round Tuits are on backorder at the moment but some of the other items might be of interest.

Enjoy.

http://catalog.zen.co.uk/actinic/David_Wylie/index.html

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Old Jan 16, 2002, 07:05 PM
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leccy,

Thanks for a great source. I got a pair of the welding sandals. I'm tired of punching holes in my good sneakers when I drop an Xacto knife.

RB
Old Jan 16, 2002, 08:00 PM
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leccy,

Thanks for the link - some really good stuff there.

Do you happen to know if the Solar Powered Torch also has instructions in Braille?

tim
Old Jan 18, 2002, 04:28 AM
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Really COOOOL !!

The multi-tool seems to be very useful.

It reminds me an old TV serie (I think it was of the same Benny Hill's era) about a guy who traded with useless trash like this one.

Anyone remembers?
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Old Jan 18, 2002, 05:58 AM
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leccy,

Do you know if they also stock the 'Vauxhall Viva Welding Set'?

You know, the one that welds bodyfiller to rust....

tim
Old Jan 18, 2002, 06:04 AM
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Tim

..aaahh memories.

The first car we ever bought was a Mini - green one, registration EFT 944B, which meant it was an old girl when we bought it in 1980. It was nice and shiny though so, being green ourselves, we parted with the cash and drove away. One week later, whilst stationary at a traffic lights the Mini was rear-ended by a bin wagon. On getting it to the garage it turned out that practically the whole rear wheel arches and a not insubstantial part of the rear subframe was constructed of newspaper covered with Isopon P38 bodyfiller and liberally coated with Tetroseal to disguise the fact.

Happy days!

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Old Jan 18, 2002, 08:28 AM
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Quote:
Originally posted by tim hooper
Do you know if they also stock the 'Vauxhall Viva Welding Set'?
Hey guys - be a bit nicer about the Viva. In my evil youth I was the Project Engineer for Seat Belts on the 1970 Viva HC.

Chris
Old Jan 18, 2002, 06:41 PM
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In my evil youth I was the Project Engineer.....on the 1970 Viva HC.

Chris
It was you!!

tim
Old Jan 19, 2002, 06:00 PM
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My VW uses metric sized nuts and bolts. I wonder if this toolstore can get a metric adjustable spanner?

Steve
Old Jan 21, 2002, 03:29 AM
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My VW uses metric sized nuts and bolts
Except for the seat belt anchorage bolts which are 7/16 - 20 UNF.
(I know becaues I used to be........................ Hello Tim !).

PS - My Pontiac Fiero is quite frustrating. It was designed at the time when GM was switching from imperial to metric. So anything on the engine is imperial, the rest is metric except the interior and some of the chassis which is Torx. So you need THREE tool kits to work on it.
Old Jan 22, 2002, 09:20 AM
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need tool help


Do any of you know where I can buy a Metric
hammer????
Old Jan 22, 2002, 09:53 AM
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Re: need tool help


Quote:
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Do any of you know where I can buy a Metric
hammer????
Probably from the US military at $20 000 a pop.
Old Jan 22, 2002, 07:42 PM
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I once sent the girl to the auto parts store for chrome muffler bearings and a left handed screwdriver(got it from some comedian) -not recomended.
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Old Jan 27, 2002, 07:57 AM
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not impressed


If you go into misalous section you will see dehydated water and botlled nothing and other nonsense items

The title imaginary tool site well it all smacks of I send my money and receve an imaginary tool while other sit on carribbean Island s living of imaginary tools

Know too many internet victims and they all said the warning signs were there if you looked hard eneogh

Having never made an internet order this certany will not be a site I will do my first order to

Remain very very scepical

Fly low and fast with my real model bought at LHS

David
Old Jan 27, 2002, 11:15 AM
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David,

You think it's a scam??

Maybe someone should report this site to one of the consumer groups......

tim


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