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Plate compactors

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by trevorbayliss, 30 May 2018.

  1. Burnerman

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    Kenelm Lee Guiness.......the inventor of the KLG plug!
    Hell, I was brought up on these things - you could dismantle the plug for cleaning. To check the magneto was actually working, ' get a hold of this lead, young 'un ' :eek: See how high you jump :mrgreen:
    John :)
     
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  3. Ian H

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    There's one at work that throws its belt off. I might borrow it (permanently) and start a new thread to fix it.
     
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    Ian: Hey luv look, I got a new tool.
    Wife: What is it?
    Ian: It's a vibrator.
    Wife: Fek Off, I'm not using that!!!
    Ian: It wasn't for you anyway.

    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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  5. Ian H

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    Ha ha


    Ian: It's not big enough love x x x
     
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  6. trevorbayliss

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    It arrived today and looks pretty good.

    It has no oil in it anyway so i will fill her up.

    Also has a plate pad included for blocks etc.
     
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    Hey. Would love to know how you got on with the aldi plate as about to pull the trigger on it as back in stock... Thanks in advance
     
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    It was fine and did the job. Sold it for a £10 profit after i had used it. How much are they at aldi now ?
     
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    Thanks for the reply. Just ordered for 295 delivered.
     
  11. trevorbayliss

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    Ok, so £20 more than mine. Pretty good value though still.
     
  12. conny

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    ALDI brand tools are Ferrex but if you read the blurb that comes with it you contact Scheppach for customer service.

    For DIY jobs I think they are pretty decent for the price. Seen same tools in Homebase/B&Q but different colour scheme and brand name with a bigger price tag..
     
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    Does anyone know where you fill it with oil?

    Do you fill it via the two oil dipsticks?

    Or via the round tank at the front of the plate?

    Or are these two separate oils used ?


    Many thanks in advance if Anyone could help. Sheppach 1100 compacter plate
     
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    Don't know the machine, but the usual is engine oil goes in one of the dipstick holes (whichever is easiest to access), and gear oil in the exciter at the front of the plate.
     
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    What he said
     
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