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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    That...does look kinda nice

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    These Froghoverers seem to be making an impression. I guess Persistence pays in the end.

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    big hole around carbs,not sure that would pass

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

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    big hole around carbs
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    Just enough big to make carbs possible to service without taking fanguard of

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    and get hand through if you fell on it, or some thing go through the gard, rope,sponge,glove, BANG

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

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    and get hand through if you fell on it, or some thing go through the gard, rope,sponge,glove, BANG
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    So far it did not happen... it is only 6 cm hole

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    time will tell

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    Default Re: Now runs ok !! ,Fanguard is better 2mm or 2.5mm or 3mm or 4mm ?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Boss
    What a load of dumbos...... OK Inox is French for stainless steel, you could make the guard out of stainless, expensive here in the UK or normal mild steel, Stainless will save you having to paint it or plastic coat it. As for material 2mm is ok 2.5 better 3.00 too thick.



    We at Vortex manufacture guards but transport to Greece would be very expensive ...get one made locally.....get some 50*50 weld mesh and beat it into a dome shape over a dustbin, roll up a ring of 5mm wire and weld it to the outside...job done....sounds easy....but it isn't!!!



    Keith


    <font color="darkblue">What is the weight of Fan guard made from :

    1. 2mm

    2. 2.5mm

    3. 3mm

    What’s the difference in weight between one fanguard 2.5mm and one 3mm ?

    What welding electrode do you use ? (mm ?)

    Thanks[/COLOR]

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