Supremely annoying - end up throwing stuff out because once those screws get stuck, I can't take it apart. Am i looking at the past through rosy glasses, or is this new? I feel like a lot of manufacturers are using whatever this crap alloy is for screws on purpose to make their stuff impossible to repair or maintain.
Hi I have a coffee table that looks like this https://i.stack.imgur.com/kad2M.jpg
The glass top just fell off / disconnected from the round metal base, it looks like it was simply glued on. Glue must have been pretty strong, coz I pushed it, pulled it, flipped it over by lifting it by glass top many times before it broke.
I only have Crazy Glue / Gorilla Glur from local minimart, will it hold up if I use it to glue glass top back on? Or do I need some specialized glue
Im looking for the ones universally considered supreme and Im willing to pay 100 dollars per chisel.
Just curious if the community has any favorites
Do I need to worry about wheel dimensions (other than the diameter)?
How easy is it for someone whose only experience with bike repair is "putting a chain back around the gears"?
Is it really as easy as this video makes it out to be? I think I'll use the opportunity to get new tubes/tires on mine while I'm at it.