I don’t, I’m winging it, and if anything did escape I’m far enough away not to need any protection.I wasn't sure that you would know the Lavalette pump
You can get lockwire off eBay. If the nuts were external I’d be tempted to say use any old wire because you can see if it’s failed. But because your not likely to see these nuts again unless they come off, I’d try and get hold of the proper stuff. How can you be so precise as to what time you found the loose nut.
What is it with you Ex Pats and coffee, see Hal Merciers posts. Though I reckon the Boggles have got him again.
Pretty much but, because the gaskets a lot thinner, rubbing a coffee stained thumb over the bit you would tap with a hammer creates a line you can cut along with scissors or a knife. And you get to find where “they” hide the sharp things. The smell is entirely down to you.I imagine that the process is the same with paper gaskets, though possibly a little less... perfumed.
On mine there was one axle housing to transmission nut that was thinner than the rest. This was because there was an extra egg shaped washertypething on the stud with a chain fitted to a hole in it which retained the lower lift pin clevis pin. On yours they could have fitted a longer stud and a standard nut. It’s on the top right hand side.