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Old 03-27-2014, 05:26 AM   #29
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Hello,

Thank you for the compliments about your admiration and about my beautiful language... MoliŤre's language as we say...
But the english language is more easier to use all over the world... !
So, I would like have a fine english in order to restore the Airstream and for me too, I like learning different languages, I speak too spanish correctly (for my job), I can read russian because I like russian trucks but the understanding is not very good...

So, you explications are fine ! Each rivet has own brazier,

I understand very well now... and I know too that I have to use 5/32" rivets because I drill old 1/8" rivets.

PS : Rivet en French is... rivet !

Thank you again !
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:11 AM   #30
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It looks like you are about ready to start to build a new interior. Save your old walls to use as templates.

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Old 03-27-2014, 06:30 AM   #31
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Yes Brian, I've already kept all interior panels and wood parts from shelves, bed etc...

Thank you for your advize !
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So, you explications are fine ! Each rivet has own brazier,

You're almost right. The tool you're calling a brazier is what we call a set. There is a special set (meaning a tool, not a group) for each style and size of rivet head.

Try this website
Aircraft Tool Supply Company

They sell all kinds of rivet guns, sets, bucking bars, clecos, and other aircraft sheet metal working stuff. Should be pictures to associate what we're saying with what we're talking about. A picture is worth a thousand words--wasn't that Confucius?

I admire your wide range of languages. I have studied French and Portuguese, but that was long ago and very little is left in my poor old mind.
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[QUOTE=mimiandrews;1433831] A picture is worth a thousand words--wasn't that Confucius?

No I understood :>)
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Old 03-27-2014, 09:27 AM   #34
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Yes, sometimes... no... often, picture is worth a thousand words !

Near from France, I know Rivet Guns, Rivet Snaps & Accessories - Aerospace and Engineering Tools Limited in UK

They are the same but higher prices...

In this page, we can see rivet gun, brazier.

If I understand well, the brazier is a part from the head rivet gun... ?

Miniandrews : It is never too late to learn !

goshawks00 ?? What would you like to say ?
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