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Old 12 December 2003, 09:51   #21
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lets collar Jono, DM, PD (dout he'll come) & JF. I'll get the people carrier and we'll make a trip of it !
i'm up for it, jus got to get an instructor in to cover my courses.

I got 7 seat in the new disco, take that down if ya like.

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Should we arrange a regional practice fire, before the date?
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I got 7 seat in the new disco, take that down if ya like.

It's OK lads, as the owner of a new Landie he's covered by Land Rover Assistance, so don't let thoughts of blown turbos or delaminated intercooler hoses put you off going

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Should we arrange a regional practice fire, before the date? [/B]
Excellent idea. I'm bringing the 12-bore up at xmas so we could all go and practice at the Llanbedrog clay shooting ground near Abersoch.
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How about the Jackeens and Mr & Mrs B? You seem to be up for most things!
We've no other friends or hobbies so we'll give it a go! It's nice to be personally invited by He Who Must Be Obeyed.
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So Hubby told you, you are going then?
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Discovery intercooler de-lamination...

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A bit off thread - but what are the symptoms of that?!?

We have now done 4,500 miles in the last 2 months in our new Discovery, and it seems to be suffering from a marked lack of power going up hills at about 70 mph (especially in the wet for some reason) - almost feels like my motorbike used to when it ran out of fuel!!

When the better half took the truck back to the dealer, they blamed a 'pipe' (she isn't very technical, bless her) which they cleaned, but are going to replace tomorrow.......Land Rover spares permitting.........

If it IS that, are we sucking up de-laminated material into the engine?!?

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John, when will you know if this date is confirmed?
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Landrover blocked pipe

you will find that the blocked pipe is tobbaco caused by no feeling in your slippers, thats why discovery's for old men !!!!!
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John, when will you know if this date is confirmed?
We've just about got enough to make a go of things, so it looks like it's going to happen!

From what I can see, this is the list as it stands:

John Kennett
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Jackeen & Missus
Ian
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MeMe
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David Manning (?)

It would be good to get a few more though -- Stu, is the Viking coming? Any other takers?

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