On Tue, 5 Dec 2000 14:40:37 -0800 "Dodd, Kelvin" <email@example.com>
> If at all possible (big expense) try to budget for a small
> oxy-acetylene outfit. Sears has a little portable one that is
> reason. This will save you gigormous amounts of time dealing with
> and frozen bolts. Heating a stuck bolt may mean the difference of
> having to
> drill it out once it breaks.
Although an oxy-acetylene torch is also valuable for welding and is quick
and definitive in heating a frozen nut, a propane torch often works, for
a much lower cost. For a bit extra heat, buy the MAP gas cylinder
instead of the propane one.
> A sawzall is another expensive tool
> that I
> have done without for many years. Now I wonder how I existed
> without it.
I took an old rusty TD frame to a welder to have him cut out a portion to
save. I thought he was going to use a cutting torch. He got out his
sawzall and cut right through the thing! And these were the big box
'62 MGA MkII
'74 MG Midget vintage racer
'88 Jaguar XJ-S
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