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    Re: CORONA virus alert updates

    Wonderful. I had forgotten that gem! The remarkable thing about that video is that he didnt read any of it, and did it on the spot. That bloke is considered a master of public speaking and the video...
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    Re: CORONA virus alert updates

    Its probably an Appaloosa.
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    Re: CORONA virus alert updates

    really makes the China numbers believable eh?
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    Re: Interesting Information

    Chuck Norris went to the Virgin Isles last week. They are looking at what to rename them now.
  5. Re: looking at converting my 2002 Landcruiser with 1HZ engine to WVO

    The seals on the 1HZ injectors are an aluminium washer under the return pipe manifiold on the top of the injector, and a copper washer like most injectors at the head. If its present on the top of...
  6. Re: Anywhere to purchase biodiesel between Brisbane and Melbourne?

    Methanol purchase at Kelly wrecking. Northside. 44 gal drum for $300.

    santos for Koh.
  7. Re: Has the Infopop Biodiesel Forum ceased to operate?

    Jens I find that generally people have to have what I call " A cold Winter" in their life before they realise that every little gain is worthwhile and the effects of each little gain is compounding...
  8. Re: Latest model Landcruiser engine compatible

    First things first, do some more reading and searching about conversions. as far as conversions go for WVO, I cant help you there. But I do have a 1HDFTE. I would not attempt to run it on veggie. The...
  9. Cheap 4.5kg fire extinguishers - Brisbane

    Surplus 4.5kg ABE dry powder type fire extinguishers. out of date but still perfectly serviceable.

    Brisbane. about 10 left. Workmate wants them gone. if you are interested PM me. you will have to...
  10. Re: show of hands for Brisbane get together

    change of circumstances unfortunately. I wont be able to host a meeting this year. sorry folks.
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    Your right Tony. Im not sure what cost that will come at though. I will look at a few different materials. perhaps heavy duty visqueen (builders plastic) will do the job, thats about the cheapest I...
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    Re: 1hz pump rebuilt costs

    Had my pump rebuilt years ago (maybe 7 or so years? not sure?) by a bloke who i paid $2.5k. Told him it must have viton seals in it when rebuilt. I didnt know what I was looking at and accepted it on...
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    I like the way you think mate, but that would ruin my strategic advantage......:cool:

    Whilst its all going well at the moment, I have developed a leak in my bund, which is somewhat problematic to...
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    Well I managed it, and I am a happy little chappy. The radiator concept worked a treat. Saturday I plumbed up my radiator and the wash water sprayer with the flow meter / controller. Sunday morning...
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    Re: Head gasket in a can

    Hay mate, yep it was steel. I just gave it a wire brush at the time from memory. Maybe try it out? wet some black steel with bio and see if you can easily / wipe clean it and get it to work. might...
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    Re: Head gasket in a can

    This is the stuff.

    http://www.selleys.com.au/fillers-putty/epoxy/knead-it-steel/

    I was on the plenty highway years ago on my way to a new job a roxborough downs on the border of Qld / NT in my...
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    Re: Head gasket in a can

    Mate I have used the putty steel kind of 2 part mix a few times. It’s not an additive but something that you apply on the outside. It has got me out of trouble sealing fuel tanks, radiators etc....
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    So I knocked up a rough radiator fan setup this arvo, I think it’s gunna work a treat. 2324

    Zero cost. All made from scrap in my shed. Just need to make a simple stand and plumb it in.

    Thanks...
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    Re: Indonesia goes to B50 next year

    I agree with Michael its probably just a political reaction.

    I do think that we are all reading the article wrong though. Its definitely poorly written, and the author has done a small amount of...
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    So I have done another couple of batches now, and they have been quite the success.

    On the last one I noted a definite reduction in by-product. probably in the order of 8-10 L out of a normal...
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    Re: Twin tanking and pumps

    Just make sure the pumps have non return valves in them. The cheaper facets will allow flow back.
  22. Re: show of hands for Brisbane get together

    You think I would let you near my laundry with a hammer???? ;)
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    Gents,

    october might be a problem, as I should be starting my laundry reno then. it might have to shift into November? probably best so we can try to get a few more? it will take me probably 4...
  24. Re: show of hands for Brisbane get together

    That’s great Harvey! I’m also pretty busy for a bit too, so I can say with out a doubt it won’t be this month. Ill take stock and suggest a few dates soon.

    I just ordered an automatic water flow...
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    Re: My first wash. AARGGHH

    Thats actually a pretty good idea. I think I have everything I need. As for solar, I'm pretty sure I have that licked. my existing 14 kW system should be able to handle that!!

    as for hi tec, well...
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