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Omega General Help / Re: Prop shaft gaitor ruber split
« on: 26 July 2018, 15:39:24 »
I've broken 12 or so manual cars and the gaiters are always split, none of the cars have had a driving issue so I'd be inclined to just leave it alone  :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: VX Corsa as a first car ?
« on: 24 July 2018, 22:46:53 »
Head gaskets and cam chains are a corsa consumable, not that expensive to fix mind but mk6/7 fiestas are a better bet in my opinion

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Omega General Help / Re: Both wipers very slow
« on: 24 July 2018, 12:18:29 »
I have a couple on the shelf from past breakers, all good

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Omega General Help / Re: Tick over lumpy, EGR valve?
« on: 20 July 2018, 07:35:58 »
Any lights on the dash? Stored fault codes?

I'd be suspecting cam sensor or coil pack

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Omega General Help / Re: A nightmare journey
« on: 10 July 2018, 20:34:40 »
Reminds me of my cousin towing his van to France with a 2.6, sudden death rattle then the crank seized near Dover,if petrol and the codes are right its sounding like a coil pack but the smoke is concerning me

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit Friday.
« on: 10 July 2018, 19:03:25 »
Yeah the Corbyn / IRA link has been very well promoted by the Stasi completely unbiased BBC.  Estimates of between 3095 and 30,000 killed by Pinochet, didn't stop Thatcher sticking her nose up his a*se, 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit Friday.
« on: 10 July 2018, 17:29:57 »
Are you stoned/drunk/insane/had a bump on the head? * :o

*delete as applicable.

No deletion required thanks, If you need binoculars to see the evil that is practiced by the majority of the Tory party and their recent policies then I have a spare pair.   

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit Friday.
« on: 10 July 2018, 15:55:06 »
I would welcome Corbyn as PM with open arms,  but DA can sod off

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General Car Chat / Possible V6 needed NW area
« on: 09 July 2018, 14:32:07 »
One of our North Western Bretheren's Mig has been on the receiving end of another car...twice  :o... not sure what will be happening repair wise but they are keen to replace with a mig if the worst happens, thought I would be helpful see if there are any reasonably priced V6 models within the fold needing a new home?

Also I still want any dead/scrap Omegas around the same area !!  :) 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Kids in cave
« on: 04 July 2018, 21:28:24 »
I'd personally ask for a pistol to be sent through and I'd happily do myself in rather than have to go through all that to get out, deep water and tight spaces are my worst nightmare  :o :'(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Hillsborough
« on: 03 July 2018, 16:13:18 »
Are you actually that cold ?

I suppose they aren't bereaved parents are they, just after a bit of compo and all that, they will be made up really won't they

FFS ! :o >:(

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General Discussion Area / Re: Hillsborough
« on: 03 July 2018, 11:56:27 »
Bent coppers were pursued with dogged vigour and dignity by the families despite thwarting attempts and lies from every public office involved but they got the truth in the end.

The talk of cost is appalling, if they hadn't bloody lied and smeared it would have been done and dusted yonks ago, it took a multi million pound inquiry to get the slithering and lying bastards to admit they covered up, had they threw their hands up earlier and not hid behind the old boys network there would have been no cost, mistakes that cause deaths are forgivable, lies are not. 

I'm not eager for manslaughter charges either but how what occurred after the event can sit comfortably with anyone is absolutely beyond me !

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General Discussion Area / Re: Hillsborough
« on: 02 July 2018, 14:07:50 »
Unfortunately a tragedy, but also an accident  but nowadays people love to blame someone, won't make any difference to the event.

But in this case those being blamed do have blood on their hands,no it won't make a difference to the event but justice needs to be served.

If it had been 96 attendees at a posh polo event who were crushed to death I'm sure it would have been done and dusted years ago. 

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General Discussion Area / Re: Hillsborough
« on: 30 June 2018, 14:35:53 »
I dont understand how a thousand or so people who turned up without tickets intending to force their way in are not in anyway to blame?
.

I aggree with this, and from what I've read about the incident, was never mentioned,  its like trying to put a gallon in a pint pot, it won't fit,.
They need someone to blame for there actions,  the commander of the day opened the gates to them, and they all tried to rush in, something had to give, 
Basically who do you blame, 
The FA for insisting on pens to hold the fans, the fans who through force of numbers caused the situation,or the commander for opening the gates to allow them in, the fans will always say they did nothing wrong...

It was a tragic accident.

The problem is there are those with an agenda,

So if a1000+ without tickets hadn't been there, would it have happened.

It wasn't mentioned because there weren't 1000 ticketless fans ( Tory and press bullshit/deflection), the crush outside was because the fans with tickets weren't being processed quick enough so they opened the gates , directly opposite was the tunnel for the central pen so people naturally rushed for that as the game had kicked off already, sadly it was already full and the side pens were near empty, one copper could have stood at the central tunnel and said it's full and averted the whole disaster

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General Discussion Area / Re: Heat - Exploding Fuel Tanks
« on: 29 June 2018, 20:39:35 »
It's all over facebook and I've debunked the myth several times this week to the girls in work, they are still only filling half way though  ::)

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