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jacko264

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About jacko264

  • Birthday 07/20/1956

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    Male
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    kingston upon hull
  • Interests
    Family , Kitcars ,Narrow boats holidays

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    vehicle body builder supervisor

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  1. Where I work we paint double decker buses using rollers we use sponge rollers for primer and under coat and Hamalton rollers for top coat jacko
  2. That is correct they don't do a lot of brass repairs but I think they bring experts in as to what is been repaired
  3. Send it to the repair shop I bet they will be able to repair it I think it's on bbc tv
  4. I don't know if anyone from ABC boats reads this website but I would like to thank them for sorting our holidays out and moving the holidays from this year to the same dates next year 2021 Thankyou Graham Jackson
  5. A little different to your question you could take a spark plug out and see if there's a spark when kicking the engine over also how old is the fuel in the tank if older then 3 months old it maybe that and jets have blocked up
  6. I bet if you need any welding doing and small holes are in the hull the welder well love you
  7. At a guess to touch 4-6 hours and dry24 hours graham
  8. How about a sucker like you pull dints out of a car that's if the slabs are smooth enough just a idea Graham
  9. Can you tell my why people are going mad on buying toilet rolls it's as if it's the end of the world It's a mad mad world are you cc getting butty boats to fill with beer and bog rolls πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘ Graham
  10. jacko264

    Pubs

    Lucky you can I come tooπŸ˜„
  11. jacko264

    Pubs

    To close tonight Graham
  12. To fit that type of moulding place the moulding in a bucket of hot water and get it supple place one side in the grove and squeeze and press the moulding into place use a blunt screwdriver if needed this type of moulding is / was used on caravans graham
  13. To cut out bonded Windows we use a viberating knife or cheese wire cutters because the glass is on a bond as I described earlier the expansion and contraction will be taken up with the bond After all I have said about bonded Windows I would still go for the traditional Windows in a aluminium frames as bonded Windows is a pain in the bum to repair Graham
  14. Looking at the photos the black outer part looks like glass to me and the aluminium frame is bonded to it this is how modden bus frames are made its to keep all the windows flat Graham
  15. Hi the windows in the photo of puffin at the top of the page look the same as modden buses Windows the hopper part is hinged and the hinges are glued to the glass the frame you think is there is not a frame but a black etch on the glass ps modden train carages are done the same Graham
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