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You do nice work Les. :thumbup
 

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Hey hey! Didn't know you got back on the internerd! Welcome back Les! I finished the Meal Mates just this week ... I been dragging them out for as long as possible :laugh
 

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New exhaust for the TL, Les?:confused Well, I reckon you know what you're doing.:devious :laugh
 

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If you ever get to Texas, I need some welding lessons. Nice work sir.
 

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amazing craftmanship there:hail I have no clue what I'm looking at, but I know a pretty weld when I see one:drool
 

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A Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) CA-27 (or CA-26 if it is the prototype) with a Rolls Avon engine and modified airframe to accomodate the new engine and cannons. Mk 30/31/32 were the variants, based on the F-86 Sabre. The Mk 31/32 even carried Sidewinders.
 

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Is that the exhaust for BX TL-deathstar :dunno

nice work :thumbup
 

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Les,

Who do you work for ??? One of my projects is to relocating our LPG terminal at Channel Island. I need a good fabricator to make up the spool pieces :)

Also do you know any pressure vessel fabricators in Auckland ??


As for the jet....CAC Avon Sabre F-86 (ID: A94-914)
 

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Looks like you been busy there
Nice looking work there mate
 

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Les,

Who do you work for ??? One of my projects is to relocating our LPG terminal at Channel Island. I need a good fabricator to make up the spool pieces :)

Also do you know any pressure vessel fabricators in Auckland ??


As for the jet....CAC Avon Sabre F-86 (ID: A94-914)
I took the first job off the plane (with Transcon) so it will do until i head West around April. (should be the job end but who knows,i will see it out)
I can not think of any pressure vessel fabricators offhand as most i know are around my age and went to management long ago.... unlike me :coocoo :laugh I figure two more years as i still enjoy it but get out at 50.
The thing here is,it is the same rate whatever you do,building structural towers was more of a lurk than spooling given some of the mismatch of pipe and elbows. :banghead

 

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Bloody big silo there Les :laugh
Do you weld out the spools or just tack em up?
 
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