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Weld Off Road Wheels
Monster Garage: How to Weld Damn Near Anything (Motorbooks Workshop)
Want to learn how to weld just like they do on Monster Garage? This invaluable guide to welding covers techniques used for Indy and NASCAR race cars, experimental aircraft, and other applications requiring high-quality welds, including welding 4130 steel, stainless and aluminum, as well as plasma cutting. Learn how to select equipment, set up your welding shop, pre-weld jigging and fitting, and how to choose the right process and fill metal for each project. Includes chapters on the latest technology in filler metals and welding rod. - The techniques used by the gearhead geniuses on the amazingly popular Discovery Channel series, Monster Garage, are brought to life in this illustrated how-to book- Includes brand-new photography from the set of Monster Garage, showing the experts using the techniques in the book- Learn the ins and outs of the hottest welding techniques in the business from established pros- Includes a section on plasma cutting, a technique used extensively on the show that has revolutionized metal working
Daimler Ferret Armoured Car
The Ferret was developed in 1949 as a result of the British Army's need to obtain a replacement model for its WWII light armoured vehicles. Due to the success of their Reconnaissance Scout Car, the "Dingo", Daimler was employed to design and manufacture the Ferret. The Ferret shared many design features with the Dingo, but incorporated a larger fighting compartment and an optional small machine gun turret. It was built from an all-welded monocoque steel body, making the drive extremely noisy as all the running gear was within the enclosed body with the crew. Four-wheel drive was incorporated together with "run flat" tyres. Where fitted, the turret carried a single machine-gun. Six grenade launchers fitted to the hull (three on each side) could carry smoke grenades in British service. It is fast and small enough to be used in an urban environment but strong enough to negotiate red terrain off-road. The Ferret is no longer in service in the British Army, although several Commonwealth countries still operate them to this day. A total of 4,409 Ferrets, including 16 sub-models were produced between 1952 and 1971. They were in service in Australia, Canada, Indonesia, India, Iran, Lebanon, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Portugal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan and St Kitts & Nevis. This example is seen driving on the outdoor circuit at The Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset. This would appear to be a Ferret Mk 1/2, the earliest version fitted with a turret.
The wheel of a large vintage John Fowler & Co. Showman Traction Engine seen during the Victorian Extravaganza, Llandudno, North Wales 2011 ©BrianOMahony.net
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weld off road wheels
Welding made effortless! With simple techniques targeted to a wide and general audience, this guide eliminates the intimidation from an all-too-often technical craft. Rather than creating a manual workbook with elaborate, complicated drawings and instructions, Kimberli Matin takes readers on a journey of creative discovery. With purchased steel rod and bar or found metal parts from a salvage yard, plus basic, easy-to-use tools, she shows how to construct 25 whimsically attractive items. From a garden chair fashioned from an old tractor seat and odd parts to a stunning tri-fold screen and a delicate, filigreed plant stand, these great projects will make welders out of everyone!
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