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Old 08 November 2005, 15:20   #91
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. You just can't kill the fkkrs (Borldscratcher excepted, he managed to kill one, but he's special )
Yes most unfortunate
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Old 08 November 2005, 15:34   #92
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Jono did you ever drive one ?
We caught one enterprising young "tankie" solving the wind up problem in the transmission by cleaverly painting out the white lines in green, then painting white lines back in a straight line. Problem solved and the tiffy would leave him alone then.
You mean the "tell tales"? To show if they'd been...er... "abused" ? Chap up the road has had one for donkeys... 3 wheel drive.. I want one too.. but my other "REME fecked" vehicle is seriously begining to eat into my fun budget...
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Old 08 November 2005, 15:44   #93
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Nah he bottled it and turned back after getting half way because the fuel was running low. Guess what was in the bowsers on the back, yep couple of full tanks
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Sounds like private 3rd class gArfie He mentioned a dishonourable discharge to me once , but I told him to take some pennicillin
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Old 08 November 2005, 15:48   #94
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Like I said Pete.......



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... but only by those who haven't quite mastered joined-up writing and spelling... Since when was Stalwart spelt with an "O"..?

...perhaps I should have been more specific... those who can't spell, write joined-up...and whose favourite tool is graded by weight......


PS... Leyland Daf running "sweet as" now... ta very much.. I owe ya
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Old 08 November 2005, 16:21   #95
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...and whose favourite tool is graded by weight......
ann wotts rongg wiva burmingam skroodryva
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Old 08 November 2005, 16:49   #96
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Like I said Pete..........perhaps I should have been more specific... those who can't spell, write joined-up...and whose favourite tool is graded by weight......
You mean like tool, fine, adjusting,

Fine Adjustment tool
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PS... Leyland Daf running "sweet as" now... ta very much.. I owe ya
No problem mate, shout if you need any other info.

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Old 08 November 2005, 16:59   #97
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Old 08 November 2005, 17:41   #98
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If you think you can handle the wiring in a jap 4x4 I know were there is a large grey nissan/toyota thingy going cheap
Thanks for the kind offer of shifting that silver thing (nice CB radio in it if I recall?) but it isn't quite new enough for me, and I don't think I fancy trying to handle the wiring

I will seriously look at a Landy - ebaying now - just one q, are they smaller than the trooper?
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The pukka Landy LWB is probably higher, but no, not generally bigger. It's narrower and probably a similar wheelbase, maybe shorter but not a lot in it. I think the Trooper LWB probably has got the largest cabin of the lot. It's a regular Tardis.
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Old 08 November 2005, 18:04   #100
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you can have the CB if you want it, the previous owner had it installed and I don't have a use for it.
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