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HandyAndy
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@attique i think that is a good idea, also will be handy for other things as it will be easy to cart arounddefinitely not a bad option when comparing ...

HandyAndy
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yesterday

I just did some more looking around and i found the following sitehttps://www.networldsports.com.au/paceman-bowling-machine-pro-x2.htmlthey offer a mo ...

HandyAndy
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yesterday

Hi @attique ,i am not familiar with your machine (and i can't find any additional information on the supplier website). it looks like there is a speed ...

HandyAndy
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a month ago

Hi @bm ,thanks for the tag @MitchellMc i don't recall ever seeing one at bunnings, and i don't have any experience with window shutter controls person ...

HandyAndy
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August

have been looking into these, another brand in particular, started in Scandinavia and is becoming internationally used for anything from small decks t ...

HandyAndy
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August

in that case, it does sound rather simple, and i would definitely suggest trying another electrician unless you are favourable of this one, maybe ask ...

HandyAndy
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2 replies
August

@Prof 40A is pretty standard for most installations in VIC these days (not sure of your location).without seeing your installation i can't comment dir ...

HandyAndy
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August

thanks @MitchellMc g'day t-dog, there is no reason you can't have both fans, however, the space is small enough for the 3-in-1 fan to cope. if memory ...

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attique
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2 hours ago

Excellent. Thanks a lot for your help

bruce93
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August

Hi @Nathan88, @MitchellMc, @HandyAndy I'm not sure if I'm too late to the party but another solution you could use for your decking over the concrete ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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July

Hi @prvz27, The gauge of a screw is the thickness of the shank. The shank is the un-threaded section of the screw. The higher the gauge the thicker ...

ProjectPete
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Sorry it’s taken me longer than expected to get this post up. Back on the Easter long weekend I dedicated my time to a few things around the hous ...

bellee78
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I was always passionate to antique/vintage stuff. Since I moved to Australia, I found lots of vintage furnitures such as vintage treadle sewing mac ...

Razzer
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

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HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
1 reply
2 hours ago

@attique i think that is a good idea, also will be handy for other things as it will be easy to cart arounddefinitely not a bad option when comparing ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
3 replies
yesterday

I just did some more looking around and i found the following sitehttps://www.networldsports.com.au/paceman-bowling-machine-pro-x2.htmlthey offer a mo ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
1 reply
yesterday

Hi @attique ,i am not familiar with your machine (and i can't find any additional information on the supplier website). it looks like there is a speed ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
a month ago

Hi @bm ,thanks for the tag @MitchellMc i don't recall ever seeing one at bunnings, and i don't have any experience with window shutter controls person ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
August

have been looking into these, another brand in particular, started in Scandinavia and is becoming internationally used for anything from small decks t ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
August

in that case, it does sound rather simple, and i would definitely suggest trying another electrician unless you are favourable of this one, maybe ask ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
2 replies
August

@Prof 40A is pretty standard for most installations in VIC these days (not sure of your location).without seeing your installation i can't comment dir ...

HandyAndy
Junior Contributor
August

thanks @MitchellMc g'day t-dog, there is no reason you can't have both fans, however, the space is small enough for the 3-in-1 fan to cope. if memory ...

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