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    My main system as it is at the moment. ...

    My main system as it is at the moment.

    Systemdek 3D Signature turntable, SME 312 12 inch arm, Hanu ML cartridge, Naim Superline Phono stage powered by a Teddy Pardo SuperCap, Naim...
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    We have a flat in Spain. The people below us rent...

    We have a flat in Spain. The people below us rent their place out: we don't.

    They do however lock the master bedroom up when they aren't there, so mattress farting isn't an issue.

    Just as an...
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    This. We had a boat in Lymington for a while when...

    This. We had a boat in Lymington for a while when we lived in Greater London. During the season, getting down past Southampton was normally quite quick. Once off the A31 though it tended to go a bit...
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    As a retired person living in Torquay,...

    As a retired person living in Torquay, unsurprisingly, I agree with that! It's a bit grotty and rundown in places, but there are some really nice bits too. Being a small town, you can be on the beach...
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    https://i.imgur.com/0sN8rnPl.jpg

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    Alex is only about 50Km behind the leader though,...

    Alex is only about 50Km behind the leader though, which isnít anything really at this stage.

    Iíve sailed with him a couple of times - back when we were both an awful lot younger. Heís one of the...
  7. We got FTTP in February of this year. They...

    We got FTTP in February of this year. They started surveying the area in mid summer 2019, and then started digging the pavements up shortly afterwards. There are a couple of hundred houses in the bit...
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    Yep. That was me. I've been looking for a '39...

    Yep. That was me. I've been looking for a '39 Replika on and off for years. This one is in reasonable nick, but needs a new set of hands as the ones fitted are really corroded for some reason.
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    http://i.imgur.com/TZjIDsMl.jpg...

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    ^^ That's what I do. We've had some decent...

    ^^ That's what I do.

    We've had some decent wine through them that a) you don't see anywhere else, and b) from some countries that we historically wouldn't normally have touched with a bargepole,...
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    It looks roughly the same, but is 1.5 tonne vs...

    It looks roughly the same, but is 1.5 tonne vs 1.25 tonne. What would put me off is that it's SGS. My other (2.5 tonne) jack is SGS, and it is pants. The first one they delivered wouldn't sit square...
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    I've got a couple of low entry trolley jacks for...

    I've got a couple of low entry trolley jacks for lifting sports cars - the 1.25 tonne Machine Mart one listed above, and a bigger 2.5 tonne one.

    The MM one is a brilliant little jack. It's small,...
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    Close, but no cigar... ...

    Close, but no cigar...

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    The plastic ones shown in the photo I posted come...

    The plastic ones shown in the photo I posted come in different widths. The exact width isn't really critical, as they hold on to the steel jaws with magnets, so you can shuffle them to and fro along...
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    Depending on how many vices you have - if that...

    Depending on how many vices you have - if that one is the only one I'd buy some metal jaws and then a set of magnetic plastic jaws and probably a set of fibre ones too. These just clip on when you...
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    The Ďmaxí isnít 15. The motor stops helping at 15. You can go as fast as you can pedal.
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    ^ Did you consider the Boardman hybrid? ...

    ^ Did you consider the Boardman hybrid?

    https://www.boardmanbikes.com/gb_en/products/2325-hyb-8.9e.html

    I thought about one of these, but in the end decided to build my own. The list is £2,249,...
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    Mechanical or powered? (I have a petrol one). ...

    Mechanical or powered? (I have a petrol one).

    If manual I bought a Fiskars pole thing last year that extends to about 5 metres. It has an optional saw blade that fits on the end that deals with...
  19. TBF the Seiko jubilee, in terms of quality,...

    TBF the Seiko jubilee, in terms of quality, closely resembles the rattly jubilee bracelet I had on my first Rolex many moons ago...
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    Continuing the Polis theme, from the latest...

    Continuing the Polis theme, from the latest edition of Private Eye...

    https://www.private-eye.co.uk/pictures/cartoons/1520-b.gif
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    OK. Rainy day update. Fitting the motor to the...

    OK. Rainy day update. Fitting the motor to the hybrid Boardman had to be abandoned. The hybrid has a BB30 bottom bracket, and the motor can be made to fit that, but I need to source a BB30 adaptor to...
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    I'd have preferred a pannier fit TBH, but that...

    I'd have preferred a pannier fit TBH, but that would have meant binning the existing Topeak pannier frame, which I didn't want to do as it has runners on it for a top case and panniers (and I will...
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    There was no way the thing would fit (right way...

    There was no way the thing would fit (right way up anyway) using the bottle mounts. The pack is actually bolted on using three bolts. The slot in the bottom of the battery wiring compartment I used...
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    68mm is the magic number! Which means it's...

    68mm is the magic number! Which means it's supposed to fit with no additional spacers.

    We'll see.
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    I'm in make it up as I go along mode. I have a...

    I'm in make it up as I go along mode. I have a milling machine and access to a lathe, so I can make 'stuff' in need. I haven't been able to find any detailed drawings of the motor unit, so until it...
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