It's only as good as the installer and the operator.
Do it! Especially if it's as you described and has no scoring.
There's no way it's over 1100F. It would be slight red to dull red visually. That would be nearly over fire conditions. I would venture a guess...
Lmao, I was joking.
They work decent on the older style electric stoves with the wire coil conductors. The glass tops suck because they use infrared elements of some...
I have a nice set of irons but unfortunately I have a glass top electric stove and I haven't used them in about 8 years. They dont heat evenly on...
That is why I'm asking, for him. :) Friends gotta help each other out.
Flywheel still available?
Maybe we should settle this with an old fashioned stare down.
Why you selling, more sausage than you can handle?
I'll offer him $100 plus shipping. Let the bidding begin. :crazy:
I'm looking for an oil for a P61. Got any?
Will this for a P61?
How do you sanitize?
Mahle recommends a bore brush with impregnated silicon carbide on the bristles to restore cross hatching and remove glaze on Nikasil cylinders.
I dont run my basement zone at all and it stays 65-68 through the winter. None of my pipes have insulation going to my zones though. My basement...
Very nice emitter. I have conventional base board hydronic emitters and the heat transfer efficiency really suffers below 160F delivered water...
Looks clapped out. Good luck!
The mismatch in the case is not the cause of the piston failure. The cylinder base skirt covers that spot in the case.
Right. Survival blankets block infrared. They are no tinfoil.
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