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Author Subject: Welding experts advice needed
dangti6

aka JKshooter

Location: Taunton, Somerset

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Post #26
You taking the p**s? LOL

The majority of members on here make more mess than that when they speak.

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Posted 29th Jul 2013 at 21:06
t3ora

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Location: England

Registered: 22 Dec 2009

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Post #27
Chemical metal ftw

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Posted 29th Jul 2013 at 21:12
atomtigwelder

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Location: staffordshire

Registered: 16 Apr 2013

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Post #28
Silicone it?????? lol cheap and easy

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Posted 29th Jul 2013 at 21:15
daveyboy

aka Jim Davey

Location: Southampton

Registered: 01 Oct 2007

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Post #29
clen666 wrote:
daveyboy wrote:
buzzbrightyear wrote:
all the suggestions and nobody's mentioned draining the oil first, get it hot first then leave it to drain for a day or 2.


That won't work, buy a tig off me and try it for yourself to find out why Smile


Jim, have you seen my post in the welders thread? Don't want to take this thread off topic too much, but I was asking about those r-tech welders


I'll take a look, not had much interest off the forum so I stopped looking for a bit.

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Posted 29th Jul 2013 at 21:39
welshpug!

Capt Pedantic

Location: Bigend, Wales.

Registered: 27 Mar 2007

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Post #30
yeah, where's the leak?! LOL

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Posted 29th Jul 2013 at 23:47
jimmyhackers

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Location: birmingham

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Post #31
a new/2nd hand sump might be cheaper+easier to aquire and fit.

then again......looking at the size of it you could probs get away with drilling it out then tapping it and fitting a bolt.

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Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 00:22
pugjim

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Location: Sheffield

Registered: 11 Mar 2007

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Post #32
The people who do the servicing on it wanted £500 to fit a new sump.
Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 06:17
oldbrownshoe

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Location: Holon Israel

Registered: 08 Aug 2008

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Post #33
you can
dismantle the sump,
clean it thoroughly,
weld the crack and/or weld a patch covering the crack.
use Loctite 518 or Martson MD 4000.574 for seal in the mating surfaces.

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Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 09:56
ian7675

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Location: Gloucestershire

Registered: 12 Oct 2007

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Post #34
oldbrownshoe wrote:
you can
dismantle the sump,
clean it thoroughly,
weld the crack and/or weld a patch covering the crack.
use Loctite 518 or Martson MD 4000.574 for seal in the mating surfaces.


OBS posts in General section shocker LOL

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Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 08:10
oldbrownshoe

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Location: Holon Israel

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Post #35
i wrote a lot of posts of technical issues in the past,
but the deletion policy of old posts is not doing good for balancing my image.

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French military victories?
Did you mean French military defeats?
Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 10:00
monty-69

Senior User

Location: Colne

Registered: 02 Jul 2006

Posts: 786

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Post #36
Sikaflex is your friend Yes
Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 10:12
oldbrownshoe

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Location: Holon Israel

Registered: 08 Aug 2008

Posts: 1,796

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Post #37
monty-69 wrote:
Sikaflex is your friend Yes

No, the FC11 Service Temperature range is : -40°C to +80°C, too low for sump temperature.
with friends like this i prefer enemies.

the MD Surface Sealant 4000.574 Temperature resistance is up to 150°C.

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French military victories?
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Posted 30th Jul 2013 at 12:23

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