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This one?Something like this?
you know what ben gee, it crossed my mind ...but we are full up until this time next yearI can feel an invention coming on, be better than a fluxinator anyway..
That was what I was talking about above I suppose, and it is ideal. but its not the 8 secs is it, there can be damage to the wheel head and also to the wallMebbe one of these? Really handy for a lot of jobs anyway so not just for people who need to save 8 seconds opening or shutting a rad valve
really that flux thing at the top of the page, saw that this morning laco comes with a brush, then was wrong with a finger huh. mind you got some everflux or bakers blue in my eye on the M5 years ago uck, pulled the Transit over ripped out the screen wash bottle instant relief Rob Foster aka centralheatkingI've been told the fluxinator is a favorite of STD clinics where it's been "reassigned" to clean the heads of dirty skanks...the 28mm version obviously.
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