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    I stumbled across this series, there are lots of episodes, really worth a watch IMO, great info.  The one on notching (episode 5) is brilliant.

     

     

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    #32155
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    Heron SSV
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    I’ve been watching a few YouTube channels for a while now, some of my favourites are:

    Mighty Car Mods

    The Skid Factory

    Finnegan’s Garage

    Cleetus McFarland

    Benny’s Custom Works

    Hoonigan (they have a few different ones)

    Nugget Garage

    Haltech

    Also like some cooking channels, bought a couple of Weber’s a few weeks ago so I’ve been BBQing like a porky American.

    My Friday night is normally spent watching car stuff on YouTube with a few beers, best way to relax after working all week.

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    Nice, will check those out! Iso has its advantages!!

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    Home Built By Jeff, Engineering Explained, Project Farm, The Fabrication Series and The Fab Forums are some other good ones. There are heaps more that I watch (like the ones mentioned above) but depends what you like watching.

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