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Yes agree we have a fair amount of preparation work.Current drive/hard standing is concrete and will need breaking up and removing so expect 2 days..possibly 2 skips and 2 guys so that should be 200 each man/250 x 2 skips so to remove max 1k

Decent block paving at say 350/400 a pack and will need 7 so 2800 tops so cant see where its costing 2400 to lay them ..or am I being unrealistic ??? ::)

Can assure you they will get nowt until they start and then just cost of materials etc,but going on the 2 quotes so far neither will be getting my "hard earnt" anyway.

Both my quotes were detailed enough.

1 wanted a 70% downpayment the day they started to cover all the above.

Other wanted 50% on accepting the quote .

Need to find an Irish Navi  ;D

That's very true...most don't even have the cap now ...just a long suck through their teethless chops whilst smoking an electric puff pipe >:(

Had a similar experience here as we are in need of our driveway repairing/replacing as the current concrete is badly cracking and breaking up in parts,but has been down for 35 years .

Size is 8.0mtrs wide X 7.mtrs with my maths that is 56m2 so allowing for wastage/etc we need no more than 60m2.

Had 2 quotes ,1 for concrete which stated 75m2 and was 3700 and another for block paving at 65m2 at 6200 both inc VAT.

Not only are both quotes obscene but are also inflated by material which also assumes the labour is based on the material so am paying for work and material not needed. >:(

Omega General Help / Re: Which windscreen ?
« on: 13 October 2018, 14:39:37 »
Glad is now sorted Al. :y

Agree about being abit specialist as mine was fitted twice >:(..second guy was proper old school and said he had fitted lots of them when they were a popular car so knew what he was doing and made a first class job

General Discussion Area / Re: Serek is a star
« on: 12 October 2018, 22:12:57 »
Just wait for it to snow then  ;D

Omega General Help / Re: y26se headlights removal
« on: 06 October 2018, 13:16:01 »
Your eyes are better than mine then ;D

Omega General Help / Re: y26se headlights removal
« on: 06 October 2018, 12:41:23 »
Coarse thread like a screw,but mine have an 8mm head so I use an 8mm deep socket on a 1/4 long extension tucked under the headlight guided in with a torch beam

Omega General Help / Re: y26se headlights removal
« on: 05 October 2018, 19:06:51 »
You can actually feel the bolt from under the bumper if you stretch your arm up towards the headlight .
Its a 8mm machine screw and fits into the bottom bracket as shown in picture.If you don't feel able or comfortable undoing it by feel from under the bumper you will need a 1/4 drive long extension with an 8mm socket.Squash some bluetack or thick grease into socket head when refitting bolt as you want to keep bolt inside socket to guide it back into will become quite obvious when you have dropped the bolt several times . ;D

Cars for Sale & wanted / Re: 2.5td estate prefacelift
« on: 03 October 2018, 22:12:05 »
Somebody has nicked the rear wiper arm  >:(

It sure does,Albs.

From memory I nearly bought that a few years ago,but the seller pulled out saying it had been written off !!..

Guy off the forum ,but cant for the life of me remember who he was  :(

General Discussion Area / Re: Bought another motorbike.
« on: 03 October 2018, 08:52:27 »
Is it in a fetching GPO red with white leg shields then ?...and a screen visor I imagine...very retro  :)

Omega General Help / Re: One of 2 Oil leaks stopped at last
« on: 30 September 2018, 14:08:44 »
Cheers Al

Will give it a try then as couple of bits of kitchen roll cheaper than gunk and less smelly

Omega General Help / Re: One of 2 Oil leaks stopped at last
« on: 30 September 2018, 10:04:34 »
Well done that man ,and great when you manage to trace and cure an issue .

Mine has a similar oil leak and has done so now for past year or more.Last belt change showed no evidence of from crank seal and oil pressure sensor also seems to be dry .

Fresh clean oil always seems to appear in a small puddle on the front lip of the sump below alternator and run forward to settle at the front of the sump top. When I clean it off it will reappear after a couple of days and so the cycle has continued.

Might give the "plenty" trick a trick then Al ,although think it is more than would seep through a couple of bolts ,but you never know :y

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