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roguevogue last won the day on May 9 2014

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  1. As Steve says we have only just launched this as a production product and the web site is very out of date. The shaft is intended to be a direct replacement for the original, fitting without any modification, no screws or holes to drill. It has had the known failures engineered out, the retaining groove (where they snap) has been removed, the cam is an integral part of the shaft rather than a seperate part (which can split). The circlip has been replaced by a positive pin which can't ping off. Made from the finest heat treated EN36 steel for ultimate durability. At the moment available from us directly but rolling out to dealers around the world. Contact me, nick@delta-tek.co.uk, forum members get 10% discount, but you will have to tell me you are a member! Priced at £190+VAT (£238 inc.) retail. I will post some pictures tonight, when I get to the computer that they are on.
  2. Thanks Andrew, it apparently has the required paperwork to register, my assumption is that it has never had an MOT so hasn't been registered since release. I'll add some pics when I pick it up.
  3. Thanks guys, I reckon I can get it together enough to MOT and go from there. Sorry for the delay getting back to you, been trying to make room!!
  4. I am getting a 101 which is yet to be registered. It has no engine at the moment so I'm planning to fit a tdi. My question is, does the engine fitted have any bearing on the registration process? Obviously it will be a different number and type, not to mention fuel type. Any help generally on the process to register will be greatly appreciated.
  5. Does anyone have a top or bottom (or both) casing for an 8274 which is too broken to use? I want to make a cut away display and cutting up a good one seems excessive. I'm not looking for it to be free, necessarily.
  6. Thank god, someone beat me to it! The request was for welding tips (which I feel have been adequately covered), not design critique.
  7. I would buy a used industrial machine, this is a nice little DC tig. I have a Murex Transtig AC/DC 200 (ignore the 3 phase plug), which is not what you would call portable but runs on single phase (32A supply) and will weld Ali lovely. I can't find one on ebay at the moment but that's where mine came from. Approx £300-£400.
  8. I think that realistically I will sell it on as is, thanks Henk.
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