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    Re: How Weed Eaters Work

    I was expecting a goat video. I have often wondered if fan fins could be mounted on the head so that the head function as a fan blower enough to tidy up paths on the neater properties without going...
  2. Re: Cox Ride On Mowers Are They Are They Still Worth Getting

    Oh yeah and no AM or FM frequency on them but given the crap that passes for Radio these days it didn't deter me. I'm onto a listener supported streaming service called Radio Paradise from...
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    picked up a pair of these today https://www.bunnings.com.au/3m-workt...muffs_p0095130

    Initial thoughts

    The good
    - sound quality
    - light and comfy
    - easy to use, one button does everything...
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    I agree. I didn't realise bunnings sold those. Interestingly they are cheaper at bunnings than ebay. I like the idea of being able to charge them without taking the batteries out. Thanks to you and...
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    Has anyone got these, are they any good, they are a decent price. No AM radio though, only FM.

    https://www.bunnings.com.au/tactix-bluetooth-earmuffs_p5810828
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    I know the info is on this forum somewhere but I don't know where. Can anyone recommend a decent pair of bluetooth earmuffs?
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    Re: Stihl battery power

    Just noticed a comment on that youtube clip from the guy who posted the video

    'My battery trimmer packed it in at around three months. I had it repaired under warranty it needed a new speed...
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    Re: Stihl battery power

    Neat looking solar setup here for charging cordless batteries.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4sVIf3x-o4
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    Re: Stihl battery power

    Definetely looks promising, let us know what you think. How is the fsa90r going?
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    Re: Victa mulchmaster 560

    I've bought wrong ones too. They are now ornaments hanging in the shed.
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    What is an Idrive? I googled it but it came up as some sort of entertainment system. I'm not going to mess with the headlights. I'll consider adding a lightbar if i can mount it without too much...
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    Thanks for the advice redeye. Intetesting. Im not happy about the low beam either. Not happy with turbo lag either. As a work truck it makes a great car. The k2900 was geared low. Hard to go from...
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    My triton can do with some extra light on the high beam. I see a lot of 4wds on the road with light bars. The last time I had spotties was maybe 25years ago and they were those round hellas and you...
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    Re: Coronavirus + Business + You

    Oh bugger. Thats no good. It hurts when it happens. You don't trust people for a while. Everyone starts looking like a thief. Not good.
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    Re: Coronavirus + Business + You

    Turnover is compared to the previous 12 months, unfortunately for a lot of us last year was a drought year. Was for me anyway.
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    Re: your vehicle

    Thats when you weld it up and it becomes non-ratcheting depending on your welding skill.
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    I would have thought an open ender would be weaker than a ring spanner.

    I ended up undoing it. I had to take the engine mount off. Then I had enough room to crack it with a rattle gun socket and...
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    I am assuming the reversible racheting type spanners are not as strong as the non racheting spanners as far as cracking a bolt goes.

    Those racheting spanners save a lot of mucking around,...
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    Ahh, got you now, I didn't look at the picture properly, that is exactly what I was after.

    I'll pick up one of those heat guns the Gazza has recommended. $30 is very reasonable.
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    Can you recommend a heat gun from bunnings that would do the trick?
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    I've tried cracking it with the ring spanner and a hammer, no luck and not game to hit it any harder. Ah cars, don't ya love em.
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    I have a set of those gear ratcheting spanners. I wouldn't trust putting full force in to them. The flare nut spanners look interesting. Decent price too? I was in bunnings the other day and did not...
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    Re: Digital Radio Headset

    How easy is it to change channels and search for channels without having to take them off? I once had a pair, can't remember the brand, they had a tuner dial which is hopeless.
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    Re: Digital Radio Headset

    I hope you weren't still wearing them when you run over them. They aint cheap either. Pretty **** radio at the moment, nothing but bloody corona virus.
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    It's pretty tight too. Too tight. I have tried a flat ring spanner but can't crack it. If I put some leverege on it I'm worried I'll round it.
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