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Straybearx



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Message Posted:
21/04/2010 19:20

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Any pointers on a good welder to weld several strips onto a broken golf trolley? (Strut may be aluminium!)



cooper


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21/04/2010 19:26

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Cheaper to buy a new one, you must be off your trolley )



jock1



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21/04/2010 19:38

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i suppose you think that's wheely good fun cooper.........



cooper


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Message Posted:
21/04/2010 19:53

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Well i'm feeling good because ive just had me tee.....



gooligan


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Message Posted:
21/04/2010 19:56

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Straybear,I've got a welder,if it's steel it's no problem but I dont have any aluminium rods(besides it a bugger to weld)



jock1



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21/04/2010 20:02

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Try the welding shops next to tin pan alley in Girne, they should fix it ok.





cooper, you are makng me feel Green



cooper


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21/04/2010 20:19

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And so it should jock after all it did cost me a right wedge.



jock1



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21/04/2010 21:39

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par the course here............



Texas


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Message Posted:
21/04/2010 22:41

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Go from GAU turnoff (towards Zeytinlik). Along this road, near the Karaglanoglu Ind Est you will see a big shop on your left that sells lights. Just before this shop is a metalwork factory. Alternatively, turn opposite Ian Smiths, go to top, turn left, on left.



They do aluminium welding.



PS. They repaired my golf trolley.



Straybearx



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Message Posted:
21/04/2010 23:17

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Thanks Texas, its a remote controlled one and at 700 plus the new battery I bought in September its rather a lot to dump. I'll visit the place you described (as I live in Karmi its only a few mins away).



Hippo


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Message Posted:
22/04/2010 06:31

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Make sure you disconnect all the electronic bits before you have it welded otherwise it will become a push trolley



gooligan


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22/04/2010 09:14

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Good point Hippo,make sure the battery is disconnected before any welding takes place.



Straybearx



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22/04/2010 20:36

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Thanks Hippo will do (:-



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