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    What has made you Happy today??

    Unfortunately fried a Milwaukee $200 18v battery charger.
    Happy side of life, was a sacrificial tell tale I believe thankfully before cooking the new flash Hilti gear invested in for speed vacuuming holes one step.
    30 years out of a Honda 8kva faithful aint too bad, upgrade to new age smarts time me stupidly thinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Spent the day cleaning out the almost falling down carport which houses the camper and firewood. Split a trailer load of Redgum. Also made a firewood box so I donít need to keep going to the carport to get firewood. Was made out of pallets I scored for free at work. The left overs got cut up for kindling. @rusty_nail. Howís my carpentry work go? I am quite chuffed with myself really. Its got about 180 screws in it, and I used about 5 pallets to make this. I even gave it a coat of linseed oil when I finished to darken the light timber a bit. Attachment 78458Attachment 78459


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    Hey that's a bloody good effort, looks great. We use wheelbarrows. 1 for big wood, 1 for mid range wood and 1 for kindling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    I thought no one used nails anymore. I cannot remember the last time I used a nail. Screws are so much easier and quicker. Unless you use a nail gun....
    sorry thats what I meant, carpenters use nail guns lol not just nails

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10G View Post
    Hey that's a bloody good effort, looks great. We use wheelbarrows. 1 for big wood, 1 for mid range wood and 1 for kindling.
    Thanks.
    I've been thinking about adding like a narrow side section onto it so I can put kindling in it. I have more than enough pallets at work to add onto it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Spent the day cleaning out the almost falling down carport which houses the camper and firewood. Split a trailer load of Redgum. Also made a firewood box so I donít need to keep going to the carport to get firewood. Was made out of pallets I scored for free at work. The left overs got cut up for kindling. @rusty_nail. Howís my carpentry work go? I am quite chuffed with myself really. Its got about 180 screws in it, and I used about 5 pallets to make this. I even gave it a coat of linseed oil when I finished to darken the light timber a bit.
    That looks great mate. Seriously looks neat and looks like it belongs there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete49 View Post
    Its the way you drive now. Its a snake oil item, but your saving fuel so keep driving the way you are now. Good luck with it.
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    Its actually not. I've seen first hand using a test tube with contaminated diesel in it what Fuel Doctor actually does.
    If your fuel is already good, or you are constantly refilling from a reputable servo, then using Fuel Doctor or the like is more than likely going to be fruitless. I use it in my tanks as my Patrol is not a daily and see's maybe 10k's a week. So the tank gets a smidge of fuel treatment just to disperse any moisture and void off those nasty parasites that love to live in Diesel thats sitting around for a while.

    If you have crap fuel and use this stuff, keep a fuel filters spare...
    There has always been a bottle of this in my patrol for a long time now. I also use it in other things like our Subaru, Victa mower and other 2 stroke stuff I have at home.

    A little while ago we had a fleet of 15 Diesel Hiaces at work (d4d motors). These got driven daily, 7 days a week, on the road all the time. They never got looked after, most of guys at work didn't give 2 f***s about them. Use to get trashed and bashed, missed services by sometimes 20-25k, some got filled up with petrol multiple times. So they had to get cleaned out etc.

    At one point I had one of them for a month and it used to run like puss ! Idled shit, not a lot of power etc. After I got the van a topic of injector cleaners etc came up with our diesel mechanic at work and we talked about this fuel doctor. He didn't believe in it. I got some anyway and began running it through every fill. First full tank was a full bottle of the doctor, shock treated it. If it hurt the motor well, it can't get any worse than it already ran.
    After about 2 weeks and possibly around 2000k travelled, the motor was purring 50x better! I don't think it's the way you drive. This definitely de-congested the fuel system.
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    What has made you Happy today??

    Cleaning out the Gq and I found a 10mm Kincrome ratchet spanner, it’s not mine so who’s is it????

    Can never find my bloody 10mm’s and somehow ended up with someone else’s!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Cleaning out the Gq and I found a 10mm Kincrome ratchet spanner, itís not mine so whoís is it????

    Can never find my bloody 10mmís and somehow ended up with someone elseís!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AB View Post
    Cleaning out the Gq and I found a 10mm Kincrome ratchet spanner, itís not mine so whoís is it????

    Can never find my bloody 10mmís and somehow ended up with someone elseís!!!


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    If you find my kingchrome verniers give me a hoy mate. Been missing for 2 years so reckon I'd have found them by now but no bloody idea!

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