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  1. My wifes company had a contract with DHL to do all the logistics, had a terrible time with them. They joked the initials stood for Drop it-Hide it-Lose it
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  2. Just got a fantastic raw materials boost 14 sheets of 5' x 11' 2mm galvanised sheet steel they were used as weather protection on some units that slot together, project supervisor asked me if I wanted them, Hell yes !! Happy days regards Stephen
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  3. We have just returned from ten nights in our 110. It's been a little road trip through Argyll & Bute and what a lovely area it is. There are no shots of green lanes, so look away now if that's your bag. The Eberspacher D2 that I installed last year (with some trouble), has really worked well. Not because it was cold, although it is nice to warm a living space from 8C to 20C in 10 minutes but it helped get us dry towards the end of the trip, when the heavens opened. We even managed a visit to look at a well documented and very nice, new-build workshop. It looks even better in
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  4. So I put this here as it definitely is "International".😲 I ordered a master cylinder seal kit from Bearmach in Bristol, here is the DHL travel route. BRISTOL - UK EAST MIDLANDS - UK GOTHENBURG - SWEDEN Shipment arrived at incorrect facility. Sent to correct destination COPENHAGEN - DENMARK LEIPZIG - GERMANY LUTON - UK LONDON-HEATHROW - UK With delivery courier Four days to deliver, it could have been put in an envelope and posted to me second class! How far has your parts gone around the world in error.
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  5. If you get the right parts lad at Craddocks I am sure they would double check them for you before dispatch, just so that you don't end up testing all the hoses.📏
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  6. Does this mean that you might not bother fitting any doors to save weight? 🤷‍♂️
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  7. Dont tell him that Ralph, I've got my eye on that.
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  8. Yes - it also features age-related extra lightness in places Although no rear wheel holder, the three holes are covered with a 2mm plate - I'm guesstimating that this amounts to roughly the same...
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  9. Regarding POR-15, I painted my chassis with it 17 years ago. I used the recommended preparation acid stuff etc... My biggest issue with it is that it forms a "skin", sticking to itself really well, that means that if it's damaged or hasn't keyed properly it traps moisture between itself and the chassis with the inevitable results. As I'm currently repairing the bare chassis it's easy to see the parts where it bonded well... and the parts where it didn't. I've touched the paint up a number of times over the years and it's the original bits that looked fine from the outside that are the worst
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  10. Sure. As long as you can sign off that you will accept no government funded health care when injured. This would help reverse the anti-Darwinism that is currently destroying the species.
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  11. What, they have indicators? Are you sure? Can someone show me where they are? When I drove an Audi, I always had my seat in the fully forwards position just to ensure I was driving as close as possible to the car in front of me...
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