Rivet tool

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Ben Lyons
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Rivet tool

Post by Ben Lyons » Tue Dec 25, 2018 10:13 am

Hi does any one have a Dave noble rivet tool for sale or for loan .
I'm part way into building some Mica vans along with Dave and need to rivet the
Chassis parts . I will of cause cover any expenses.
Thanks Ben lyons Bedfordshire
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Re: Rivet tool

Post by Keith1500 » Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:30 pm

Ben,

I guess you are referring to the "mole grip" type riveting tool?
I have one you may borrow.
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Re: Rivet tool

Post by Ben Lyons » Sat Jan 19, 2019 2:05 pm

Hi Kieth thanks for the offer, I've been able to use Dave, I'm on the look out for get a permanent one Dave is going to get a set of casting for the jaws when he gets time.
I will be needing one then as Dave and I are working on a new van kit .
Watch out at Shildon for first example, maybe two.
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Re: Rivet tool

Post by Keith1500 » Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:48 am

Now that’s interesting.

I have always fancied building a van. It might be just what I need to get me back in the swing of GL5.

Keep me in mind.

Keith
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Re: Rivet tool

Post by Matt Fowles » Fri Dec 20, 2019 9:13 am

9Fman wrote:
Sat Jan 19, 2019 2:05 pm
I will be needing one then as Dave and I are working on a new van kit .
Hi Ben,

Stumbled over this as I'm looking at rivet tools for putting a couple of the Modelworks 16t minerals together, hopefully with some improvements to the running gear.

Did anything come of the van project/ is it still in the planning stages? Do keep us posted, if a couple of other guys are building them at the same time then that would be a good introduction to "proper" wagon building for me as I can do the online equivalent of peering over your shoulder to see how it's done!
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