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  • speedy
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    Well, I came across another Viceroy Royal 250.
    On second thought, I`ll post a new thread.

    cheers, ken

    [This message has been edited by speedy (edited 07-20-2005).]

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  • speedy
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    "Missed by that much, chief"
    He had a buy now price and I was just that much too late.

    next!

    cheers bigears -- Ken N.Z

    [This message has been edited by speedy (edited 08-23-2004).]

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  • Mark Jones
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    I've got the Alba 1a manual
    its a pdf
    it shows that the Alba has a rounded ram.
    just like the Royal
    HERE IS AN ALBA
    EBAY ITEM 3830486211

    all the best.....mark

    [This message has been edited by Mark Jones (edited 08-22-2004).]

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  • speedy
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    Was that a BBC TV series? Can`t wait for the re-runs;
    "quick Lin, get the video ready, I want to record this".
    "why dear?"
    "Darling, I`m going to build myself a workshop just like that beauty and surround my Viceroy with assorted cr*p"

    Hey you all, I need some real info urgently on the shaper thanks . The unit I am looking at tomorrow is very similar to the one in test-net; it does not have the round ram but a square type. It has been suggested it might be an Alba. Any help coming?

    chears bigears---Ken N.Z (11:45pm NZ Sunday)



    [This message has been edited by speedy (edited 08-22-2004).]

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  • Rustybolt
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    If you go through the pictures backwards, it looks like they dug up a small backhoe.

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  • Mark Jones
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    I find it very hard to believe
    that he is building a workshop.
    no matter how many times I look at it , and the way it's being done, just puzzels the hell out of me.
    It should be titled "How not to construct a workshop"
    Or perhaps he's making a gouverment training video for the building industry...showing us how many things can go wrong.
    all the best.....mark

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  • John Stevenson
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    Day seven is rather interesting where he attempts to bury a really nice mini digger

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  • Mark Jones
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    Is it one of these ...
    mine is still in bits ,waiting,on time to do it up.

    http://photobucket.com/albums/v190/a...oyal%20Shaper/

    I know mine is called a "Royal" shaper .....and thats all the info I have on it .
    I know 2 or three guys with this exact shaper....but no-one has the manual for it
    if you have one ....it would be most appreciated by all if you did a scan of it.

    The best example of this shaper I've seen is here..

    http://www.test-net.com/

    PS IF YOU WONT SOME LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT IT'S WORTH LOOKING AT "WORKSHOP CONSTRUCTION"
    ALL THE BEST....mark

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  • speedy
    started a topic Viceroy Royal 250 Shaper

    Viceroy Royal 250 Shaper

    Has anyone have info or advice on the Viceroy Royal 250 shper? I am unfamiliar with these. I was thinking it might be a useful unit in the workshop as I cannot afford a mill at present. the shaper has a footprint of 460mm x 800mm and will nott take up much floorspace. Thanks.
    here is the url

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...oyalshaper.jpg
    Ken N.Z

    [This message has been edited by speedy (edited 08-22-2004).]
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