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a week ago

@kantoon If there is no grub screw at the bottom then what you are looking at is a cover plate on top of the actual bracket. Normally just a press fi ...

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3 weeks ago

Yes they do . Look forTaskmaster m8 x 15 brass plated curved insert nuts. Not sure if they sell them in other sizes though. JDE

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3 weeks ago

It looks similar to one of ours, one has tiny screws 3 near top of glass in metal at bottom of fan (loosen off one and it will drop out) the other one ...

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3 weeks ago

LukieStructurelock do ship direct to Australia. They are currently looking for an Australian agent but will ship direct to you. If you go to their web ...

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a month ago

Hi @flolemens Given pits are not pressurized and with the grid on you cant see it. Pretty much any thick plastic would be functional. At a pinch even ...

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July

Higher speed potentially faster cut but depending on what you are cutting and blade type not necessarily an advantage. Stroke length determines how th ...

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July

Just_meOur last 2 and current front loader have been plumbed through the nipple. The waste pipe normally has a rubber end. Drill out the nipple and us ...

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July

@LevyMJ, Sorry I assumed wooden post. First question should have been metal or wooden posts. Thinking back as a teen we used to make a poor mans colo ...

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Community Manager Jason
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November

Hi @JeffRuss, Let me extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We're pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading ...

TedBear
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November

Since a handrail is a safety item, I wouldn't suggest taking chances with just toggle fixings to hold it. It would be safer to install a piece of timb ...

ProjectPete
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October

You just need a caulking gun and the nozzles are free (if not already attached to the filler, the person at checkout will give you one (ask for two)). ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August 2020

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @AP200. It's amazing to have you join us and many thanks for your question. You can certainly replace t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2020

Hi @JDE. Many thanks for your question. I am not aware of a minimum depth requirement, nor can I find documentation to verify but you would need to ...

redracer01
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May 2020

Hello @JDE Have you thought about using a Saniflo pump? This should sort out any fall issues you have, the Saniflo pumps have a 5 meter vertical/head ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2020

Hi @Dearie. I would be pleased to get the discussion started. I'll also be particularly interested to see what our fantastic community members use t ...

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JDE
Super Contributor
a week ago

@kantoon If there is no grub screw at the bottom then what you are looking at is a cover plate on top of the actual bracket. Normally just a press fi ...

JDE
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

Yes they do . Look forTaskmaster m8 x 15 brass plated curved insert nuts. Not sure if they sell them in other sizes though. JDE

JDE
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

It looks similar to one of ours, one has tiny screws 3 near top of glass in metal at bottom of fan (loosen off one and it will drop out) the other one ...

JDE
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

LukieStructurelock do ship direct to Australia. They are currently looking for an Australian agent but will ship direct to you. If you go to their web ...

JDE
Super Contributor
a month ago

Hi @flolemens Given pits are not pressurized and with the grid on you cant see it. Pretty much any thick plastic would be functional. At a pinch even ...

JDE
Super Contributor
July

Just_meOur last 2 and current front loader have been plumbed through the nipple. The waste pipe normally has a rubber end. Drill out the nipple and us ...

JDE
Super Contributor
July

@LevyMJ, Sorry I assumed wooden post. First question should have been metal or wooden posts. Thinking back as a teen we used to make a poor mans colo ...

JDE
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July

LevyMJ First up are your wooden posts at a distance that centre to centre matches a colourbond panel? If they are you could cut a slit in the top of t ...

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