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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:38 am 
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In all seriousness is you arse gping to fit on it.?


I hope that is meant to be going

That was a good typo though you're deflecting the issue of your arse in relation to hipster swivel chair


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:39 am 
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I won't lie- the circumference of the chair was not factored in vis a vis my fat hole


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:55 am 
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Will be getting a monitor soon I hope.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:56 am 
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Is that bunny fûcking the pot plant?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 9:56 am 
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looks weak


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 04, 2018 9:37 pm 
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backrow wrote:
looks weak


The bunny or PC? It's overkill for what I need, but should be fun. Been offered a ludicrously good cpu cooler for a decent price, but having just blown my budget, I'm a bit reluctant, even with the good price. Trying to shift the cooler I have now, if I can get £20 for it (maybe even £15...), I might go for it. Even more overkill, but at least it won't be too hot.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:47 pm 
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This has been on my wish list for around 15 years, I started looking seriously 2 years ago and finally found what I was looking for. It's a turnkey factory built car from a company called ERA based in Connecticut, they are one of the premier companies in this business with a reputation for a very well engineer product that is an accurate replica of the original Cobra.

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This has been on my wish list for around 15 years, I started looking seriously 2 years ago and finally found what I was looking for. It's a turnkey factory built car from a company called ERA based in Connecticut, they are one of the premier companies in this business with a reputation for a very well engineer product that is an accurate replica of the original Cobra.

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Unreal :thumbup:


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Yep, that's awesome.

I am very jelly.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 10:03 pm 
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That is a f*cking nice car.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:52 am 
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Thanks guys, after getting flooded in Harvey last year and having to rebuild the house, I decided life was too short to wait any longer. It’s a very visceral experience to drive, definately have to recalibrate the brain after driving my regular car.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 6:12 am 
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You got the 427.

f**king right on.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:06 am 
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I've driven a British Shelby up and down the M1 here. Lovely engine gurgle.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:24 pm 
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What are you going to mix on the other deck? Duran Duran?


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What are you going to mix on the other deck? Duran Duran?

Why not? :lol:

I also bought these:
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 3:06 pm 
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You got the 427.

f**king right on.


Well yes and no, it's a 427S/C car with a 428 engine, which may of the originals were actually fitted with to keep the costs down. Engine build specs are:

• 428 - Believed to be a 1968 block based on some of the numbers
• Scat 4.250 forged crank and rods giving 462 ci
• Mahle forged Pistons
• Edelbrock aluminum heads
• Edelbrock aluminum intake
• Holley 750 vac carb
• Howard hydraulic roller cam
• Harland Sharp rocker assembly
• Canton road race oil pan

A streetable engine with 500HP and 520 lbft, which works nicely on a 2600lbs car :D


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 5:19 pm 
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I hate you Spyglass, lucky bastard. :x


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fudge the car i want more pics of the bike.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:10 pm 
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fudge the car i want more pics of the bike.


Here you go

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just got this - surprisingly easy to set up, decent jets and comfort too

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I was just sick a little bit in my mouth, thinking of having to climb into yeeb's spa pool.


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Don’t worry , I’m unlikely to have people round who will soil it with poo and Rapey jizz

I have many faults, but lack of hygiene is not one of them


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Don’t worry , I’m unlikely to have people round who will soil it with poo and Rapey jizz

I have many faults, but lack of hygiene is not one of them


So it will be soiled by normal jizz or is all jizz rapey in your head?


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neither, my Jacuzzi is and will always be pristine

my bedsheets though - jayz there was a time when you could break those feckers in half like a Ryvita !


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I had to. Went with the 2700 which is a 1.3 ton vehicle without the turbo the 2500 has and no airconditioning. Had the back section rubberized. It is an impressive 2800mm long x 1320 wide with drop sides. Really was a nice drive from the dealership but not a vehicle I will get to drive much.


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Not my one, but practically identical. Was cheap enough and is good for moving boxes of stuff around which I needed.

It's the fully laden VIP Jap people mover though. Twin sunroofs, DVD screens front/back, leather reclining chairs, electric doors. Has a 110V power outlet, plug in RCA bullshit for wifi crap and all sorts of weird unnecessary shit. Mines 4WD, I'm f**ked if I know why but I suppose if I ever need to drive through a puddle I'll probably be safe. For a two ton vehicle with the aerodynamics of a brick it goes pretty good.


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I started buying Efco on the recommendation of the service agent I use for my Stihl (chainsaw and KombiSystem) and Husqvarna (lawn tractor) kit. When I was looking for a strimmer he could have sold a me a more expensive Stihl, but felt that Stihl's quality on their semi pro / domestic kit had dropped and the Efcos were a better buy for what I need. I now have a Efco strimmer and hedge cutter and am very pleased with them.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 10:35 am 
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I am beginning to think there is a 7 year lifespan on manufacturing machinery...

So far this year
1. Rewound our Pressbrake motor.
2. Total overhaul of notching machine.
3. New delivery vehicle.
4. Now our compressor packed up.....piston through the head.....

Advice to all...sell up before 7 years because its going to cost you.
We have a maintenance programme but this is just wear and tear.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:15 am 
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backrow wrote:
Don’t worry , I’m unlikely to have people round who will soil it with poo and Rapey jizz


Well screw you, I didn’t want an invite anyway.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:18 am 
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I am beginning to think there is a 7 year lifespan on manufacturing machinery...

So far this year
1. Rewound our Pressbrake motor.
2. Total overhaul of notching machine.
3. New delivery vehicle.
4. Now our compressor packed up.....piston through the head.....

Advice to all...sell up before 7 years because its going to cost you.
We have a maintenance programme but this is just wear and tear.


7 years lifespan in Africa? You are more than lucky mate, most machinery is broken in about 4 months. :lol:


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Not my one, but practically identical. Was cheap enough and is good for moving boxes of stuff around which I needed.

It's the fully laden VIP Jap people mover though. Twin sunroofs, DVD screens front/back, leather reclining chairs, electric doors. Has a 110V power outlet, plug in RCA bullshit for wifi crap and all sorts of weird unnecessary shit. Mines 4WD, I'm f**ked if I know why but I suppose if I ever need to drive through a puddle I'll probably be safe. For a two ton vehicle with the aerodynamics of a brick it goes pretty good.


Lucky it has the rear spoiler to keep it on the road with all that grunt :thumbup:


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Always wanted one of these, took a lazy lowball bid and won it!

1996 Kwaka ZX7R

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RuggaBugga wrote:
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Not my one, but practically identical. Was cheap enough and is good for moving boxes of stuff around which I needed.

It's the fully laden VIP Jap people mover though. Twin sunroofs, DVD screens front/back, leather reclining chairs, electric doors. Has a 110V power outlet, plug in RCA bullshit for wifi crap and all sorts of weird unnecessary shit. Mines 4WD, I'm f**ked if I know why but I suppose if I ever need to drive through a puddle I'll probably be safe. For a two ton vehicle with the aerodynamics of a brick it goes pretty good.


Lucky it has the rear spoiler to keep it on the road with all that grunt :thumbup:


3.5 ltr V6. It's not sluggish at all for a giant box. Thirsty though, so the around town short trips chews cash. Looking forward to getting some longer trips in it as it's pretty comfortable and doesn't drive as boat-ish as it looks.


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New speakers as early Christmas pressie from t'other half....

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for small speakers they sound epic


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