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General Car Chat / More caravanists
« on: 15 December 2017, 14:17:07 »

Hotel rooms also available.  ::)

General Discussion Area / My first attempt at making a video
« on: 02 November 2017, 16:53:38 »
.. and not that kind, before you reach for the "Report to Moderator" button.

I got myself a GoPro before heading to the highlands this year on my usual gliding pilgrimage.

I've never shot any video before, less still attempted to edit it into something anyone would want to watch, but the blank looks from family and friends when I tell them about bore them with my gliding exploits prompted me to try and help them "get" it.

Anyway, I ended up filming a flight that turned out to be my best yet in terms of altitude reached, so here it is, with the boring bits speeded up.

I was working up the courage to sucker the camera to a wing, and would have tried it on my final day there, but the weather didn't cooperate, sadly.

General Discussion Area / Camping Gaz shocker
« on: 16 September 2017, 11:12:11 »
Without mentioning the "event", suffice it to say that we are well appraised of the potential dangers of this product.

I have just tidied up my camping cupboard and found 6 C206 gas cylinders which I'd forgotten about, one of which was installed in a camping lantern.

Following aforementioned "event" I decided to remove such items to the shed just in case, but clearly overlooked these.

I know for a fact that the cylinder in the lantern was not empty last time it was used. The other 5 cylinders were new and unused, easily verified because installation in an appliance causes the top of these cylinders to be punctured to let the gas out.

The cylinder in the lantern has no gas in it. :o

One of the brand new unused cylinders has no gas in it. :o

I could sort of understand the cylinder in the lantern being empty, given that the valve on the lantern might not have been properly closed, or been knocked slightly open since. But.. for a new unused cylinder to have lost its gas is unforgivable!

So, a reminder, in case you have any of these items lying around. Keep them somewhere that isn't going to upset or harm you if it gets converted into a smouldering crater. Better still, just avoid them. >:(

General Discussion Area / The problem with Darwin these days..
« on: 29 June 2017, 09:47:08 »
.... It always kicks in after they've figured out how to procreate. :o

General Discussion Area / Baroness Chakrabarti
« on: 01 September 2016, 18:57:43 »
I bet TheBoy's delighted for her. :-X


General Car Chat / Helicoils
« on: 04 July 2016, 14:36:55 »
I have a couple of M6x1.0 female threads in the engine block of a generator that need repairing.
This seems a textbook helicoil application but I've never used one before. Any recommendations?

General Discussion Area / Gas Bottles
« on: 27 April 2016, 16:55:01 »

General Discussion Area / Sat on the M3..
« on: 11 March 2016, 00:02:18 »
.. and have been for 2 hours.

Ambulances, fire engines, plod and the air ambulance have been past. Bored, but some poor sod a few hundred yards ahead is having a much worse day than i.  :(

General Discussion Area / Another hero gone
« on: 21 February 2016, 23:47:37 »
Yesterday evening I came across a podcast that I'd saved months ago, and not got round to listening to, so I put it on. It was Eric "Winkle" Brown on desert island discs. I listened to it fascinated. Probably the most accomplished pilot we will ever know, and so much more. Present at the liberation of Belsen concentration camp. On the panel that interrogated Goering and Himmler, amongst others, following the 2nd world war. Survived over 1400 carrier deck landings, 11 aircraft crashes and 1 shipwreck. Pilot of 487 aircraft types. Despite this, a wonderfully modest and endearing man to listen to, in my opinion.

By some coincidence, he passed away today. I've been watching BBC news channel for the last 90 minutes and nothing has been said about this remarkable man. I heard about his passing on an internet forum. It's all about Boris and the EU.  >:(

Well, rest in peace, Eric.   :'(

Hi All,

I'm after a front headlamp levelling sensor please - preferably one where the linkage hasn't started to seize up!

Also, the securing clips for the panels above the front footwells - plastic "push in and turn 90 degrees" type. Some car kit fitting gorilla couldn't be @rsed to put them all back so I'm after 4 of these please.



General Car Chat / Spring hose clamps - supplier?
« on: 16 July 2015, 14:55:27 »
I've had enough of jubilee clips. Does anyone know where I can buy an assortment of constant force spring hose clamps as used for the coolant hoses on an Omega out of the factory?

This sort of thing:

I have seen single clamps on Ebay, and assortments designed more for fuel hoses that don't really reach the larger end of the size spectrum needed for coolant hoses. Problem is, you need to select one that's the right size, so I'd like a box of assorted sizes really.

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