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garman

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About garman

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  • Birthday 25/09/1960

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  • Location
    morayfield
  • State
    qld

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  • Biography
    6 foot tank, housing cichlids and a few other tankmates.
    4 foot tank, grow out tank for fry
  • Interests
    Fishing...feeding em at least.......
  • Occupation
    Retail Hardware Sales
  1. My comments are the same as Alibi................ well done.
  2. After your mates found out what happened to you, can you imagine the next conversation....... I heard you had a **** day at work. Did you get in the **** the other day at work You look like you had a **** of a day and the more sensitive mates may have put it this way You look like you've had a crap day
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  6. I gotta agree with cralic, the background does make a huge difference to a tank................smick looking tank.
  7. Hi Cram Personally I would spend whats needed the first time rather than trying to save a few bucks up front and then have to fix problems once you have fish in the tank.........just my opinion.
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  9. If you simply want an internal filter that does a great job, google otto filters.
  10. Definitely true......................... i have even had the back of my ears burnt, simply from the reflection off welding aluminium inside a semi tipper, so being burnt in "other" areas is certainly a possibility lol. Being a welder and "free balling" isn't a good mix i reckon...... Having a full beard is not a good idea either, had mine go up in flames when i was younger. It was a good laughing point with your mates for ages and ages lol.
  11. Wow I can still remember when auto darkening helmets just came out they cost over 500 dollars each, I couldn't get past that you were looking thrue clear glass as you struck the arc. Plus if you ever used a "normal" shield again you would forget to flip the shield down ..........not a good result. ouch
  12. I would have to disagree with this comment actually, given the choice of a small mig or a bigger stick welder i would always go the stick welder. Most of these small migs are small they don't pack a great deal of grunt. If a stick welder is playing up just put in a new electrode, if a mig plays up you can have a bit more work to do, especially if it doesn't get used all the time. i.e. Rust on the wire, dirt builds up in the inner liner, brass tips etc etc.
  13. and/or add a shower nozzle above it and say it's a camping shower cubicle your experimenting with.................................with inbuilt solar water heating.
  14. there may be a more dominate male and he isn't showing his colours off .................
  15. Same thing I had a bottom broken off the bottom and nothing happened........
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