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 on: Today at 08:22:38 
Started by 2boxerdogs - Last post by Rangie
Overated

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 on: Yesterday at 23:43:53 
Started by Mister Rog - Last post by Raeturbo
Both Charlton brothers were awesome players in my opinion but played differently of course due to the positions they preferred (suited) as said that was when football was football, bloody hell in those days an old, wet, leather ball weighed half as much as the players.

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 on: Yesterday at 23:38:17 
Started by 2boxerdogs - Last post by Raeturbo
Exalt

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 on: Yesterday at 22:36:45 
Started by Varche - Last post by ronnyd
All I know is that Amazon Prime is delivering everything I order the next day, in fact even just hours after I placed the order.

I have used Screwfix a lot recently, ordering and paying on-line and picking up the goods within the hour at most, with great friendly Customer Service and no close contact with a human.

I bought a Mira shower on line, and it was delivered within two days.

At Sainsbury's it is rare to face queues now, and if I do it is only 10 or so people long, going in via a one way system.  Inside social distancing is working well, buty I use Smart Shop, scanning all my purchases as I go, loading the trolley, then entering all via the scanner, paying with a card, and never coming into contact with another human.

In Boots you walk in via a one way entrance, place your product in a basket, then pay at a protected checkout with a card.

I buy my fuel at Sainsbury's, at a pump where you pay by card, get a receipt, and go without, yet again, any human contact.

So, I am not certainly not encountering any problems. :D ;)

PS I forgot Littlewoods who deliver next day via Yodel :D
The reason there are no queues at my local Sainsburys is because by about mid afternoon they've run out of loads of items. Also, they don't refill shelves until the store closes in some cases. Compared to the other main supermarkets in town, they've been very poor in maintaining supplies.

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 on: Yesterday at 21:49:52 
Started by 2boxerdogs - Last post by mars
Admired

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 on: Yesterday at 21:33:17 
Started by MikeyBikey - Last post by MikeyBikey
The only difference between the 3.0 and 3.2 that is significant for retro fitting is the engine management, its much easier to keep the ECU setup from a 3.0 than it is a 3.2.

I have said many times that the optimum setup using off the shelf bits is a 3.2 bottom end and exhaust manifolds ported 2.5/2.6 heads, 3.2 inlet setup and 3.0 engine management  :y

Whatís so special about the 2.5 2.6 heads :)

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 on: Yesterday at 21:31:42 
Started by MikeyBikey - Last post by MikeyBikey
10.2mm from memory, its at this lift that the curtain area is equal to the port area so optimum.

Did the engine over speed when the clutch let go as that's classic timing jumped and bent valve symptoms?

Hi all, engine fixed.
 
All inlet valves were bent, but pistons etc all ok. Just very light kisses in the carbon. It looked Funny though, exactly the same pattern on each piston.

So new valves, gaskets, timing belt etc etc. All ready to go back in.

Mark, you might have nailed it here, weíve been scratching our heads trying to work out how she overrevved, but of course, if the clutch had let go under heavy acceleration , the engine would have deff buzzed.

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 on: Yesterday at 20:16:19 
Started by Broomies Mate - Last post by hotel21
I felt queasy on a sight seeing cruise on the river Ouse in York :D so a proper full on cruise would be my idea of hell on earth[or should that be hell on water?]
Big boats don't move as much ;)

Oh yes they do!  Itís just that the passy boats have stabilisers.

Sometimes they work, sometimes not.

Just like airlines the driver upstairs always tries to avoid the storms and lumpy bits whilst on route.

Would I go on a cruise?  No.  As Billy Connolly said, itís like being in jail with the added hazard of drowning....

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 on: Yesterday at 20:05:28 
Started by Varche - Last post by Lizzie Zoom
All I know is that Amazon Prime is delivering everything I order the next day, in fact even just hours after I placed the order.

I have used Screwfix a lot recently, ordering and paying on-line and picking up the goods woithin the hour at most, with great friendly Customer Service and no close contact with a human.

I bought a Mira shower on line, and it was delivered within two days.

At Sainsbury's it is rare to face queues now, and if I do it is only 10 or so people long, going in via a one way system.  Inside social distancing is working well, buty I use Smart Shop, scanning all my purchases as I go, loading the trolley, then entering all via the scanner, paying with a card, and never coming into contact with another human.

In Boots you walk in via a one way entrance, place your product in a basket, then pay at a protected checkout with a card.

I buy my fuel at Sainsbury's, at a pump where you pay by card, get a receipt, and go without, yet again, any human contact.

So, I am not certainly not encountering any problems. :D ;)

PS I forgot Littlewoods who deliver next day via Yodel :D

Did you find customer service better during the war years, Lizzie?..... :) :-* :-* :-* :-* :-*

No Opti.  Had to queue for sometimes hours to get a measly ration of food, and that was if the shop was still there. During queuing though the siren would sound as yet another wave of German aircraft approached to try and ensure we didnít need the shopping tomorrow, so we had to scatter to our shelter.  Bloody awful service that was! >:( >:(

The spivs often knocked on your door trying to sell knock off which was often rubbish and expensive. Sometimes a friend of a friend would have knock off from the docks, but that service could never be gauranteed. As for ordering via the telephone, well we didnít have one, let alone having an on-line facility whatever that is! ::) ::)

I am answering the question as my East End grandmother  would have done you understand :D :D

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 on: Yesterday at 20:02:37 
Started by terry paget - Last post by terry paget
Thank you gentlemen. Job Done.

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