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Got another leak , suspect the top hose , as it's on that side at the front , pooling in cross member thingy under front of pulley area , seems to be done moisture under hose around the loom there .
Need fast posting ;)
Don't want to pull the thing off to inspect without another to hand to replace with !

General Car Chat / Re: Plain Clothes Police Cars
« on: 02 May 2014, 17:26:16 »
trouble is with most folk nowadays is all they do is look forward and never use mirrors and if in a bmw dont use indicators  ::)

thought that was just volvo drivers /??

Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Re: MV6 2.6 Auto breaking
« on: 30 April 2014, 12:28:43 »
light switch assembly ??    specifically front fog light switch is the urgent thing…..    mine has suddenly decided to fail and is stuck on…… 

Meetings, gatherings, parties etc / Re: Pre cat party at Sereks
« on: 04 January 2014, 01:46:14 »
If its got a plastic box Max then its a hobby jack and not a mans jack  ;D ;D :y

it's quite a big plastic case ;)   for those of shorter stature , it could double as a dining table……     ;)

General Discussion Area / Awaiting delivery
« on: 19 October 2013, 18:27:07 »
Of grandson no2 , at royal hospital Gloucester , been here since 3.30 am , am a bit tired now , and this has to be the least user friendly hospital I've ever visited , opps me its uncomfortable and very short on anywhere people can wait in any sort of comfort , I ended up going and grabbing a couple of hours kip in the car , as being the only comfy chair I could locate at 6 am

and i believe you can even now buy actual mains power wall socket plates with the facility built in......     

although it does rather depend what you're doing with it,  most domestic uses of CatV can be reliably achieved using the Ethernet over mains adaptors,  frankly,  a lot less hassle in most cases..... 

if you start doing HD video editing and file serving,  maybe you'll need CatV(orVI)I all round,  but below that , for internet, and general media serving ethernet over mains is fine,   (assuming you get decent units,  not the £2 chinese fire hazards )

total time to install, about 10 minutes,  set up time,  less than that.....   

General Discussion Area / Re: Quick Q for the crApple fanboys
« on: 18 October 2013, 09:18:14 »
i think the belligerent microsoft luvvie is asking which iPads support which version of iOS.

, like the iPhone,   the 3GS only goes up to iOS 6.x ,  for iOS7 you need iPhone 4 or later.   but offhand i think all the iPads will run 7 ,  however,  I don;t have an iPad...  never mind a collection of all generations,  to test this theory with.

the real fun is in north wales.... Rhuallt hill ,  on the A55 ,  used to regularly see knobheads come off the last corner on the bottom  in winter....   

General Car Chat / Re: Ford rationalisation?
« on: 17 October 2013, 11:44:20 »
I had a corsair ....  2.0 HC v4 ,  with a 3.0 essex v6 transplanted in to it.

oppsing awful to be honest, but i was 17 ,  and even more stupid than i am today

General Discussion Area / Re: Aldi this Thursday
« on: 16 October 2013, 15:07:21 »
Hummmm Safety Boots £16.99

My current trainers for the garage are totally shot  ???  ;D

bet they don't do size 12...  :(

At 57mph. :)

he'd have only managed that on the down hill section through stokenchurch/christmas common hill/cutting. 

no Jaime,   i would not have been chasing you.......   i'd have been the bloody great Landy110 in front of you towing you upside-down as a surface test.  :D

 ::) :y ;D

i got to say....... as a former QA test engineer on the M40 extension.....   you lot are woefully ignorant about tarmac....    and tarmac vs concrete....

i'd take tarmac tyres over concrete,   although they will wear faster,  the water displacement ability will be better, and noise levels will be lower,     wear rates can be varied by using different types of sub-base and top grade,      and varying the bitumen and binder content as well as the mineral grading .

what worries me is the shear force action at the grade layer interface , you could find in hot weather, that the outer skin of the tyres slips on the substructure...  making traction and cornering ability somewhat suspect....    while concrete wouldn't suffer from that, it would be susceptible to stress cracking and shattering in icy conditions if previously cracked...       also,  i'm worried about the thermal input from the brakes ,  probably alright under miss daisy drivers, but Jaime would potentially be in serious trouble.

General Discussion Area / Re: Need a cooker
« on: 16 October 2013, 00:38:19 » advertise same day delivery.........   if ordered before 12 noon

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