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    Well, if anybody knows where there might be one...

    Well, if anybody knows where there might be one to fit a new Mercedes, Iíd be grateful for it...

    Other than that - watch winder? Lazy Susan?
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    Itís Martin Degville, of Sigue Sigue Sputnik ďfameĒ
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    Thanks Yeti - I hear what you're saying, and I...

    Thanks Yeti - I hear what you're saying, and I plan to talk to various agents - I will certainly have at least one commercial agent on the list
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    Hi everyone, thank you for the feedback - some...

    Hi everyone, thank you for the feedback - some food for thought. Selling the plot as a whole may be possible, but the fact is that the purchaser may well sell the land off to help pay for the house -...
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    Selling land for development

    Evening all - I'm looking for some advice, if anybody has relevant experience.

    Mrs. B and I have a decent sized garden (way too big for me to look after - I'm garden-phobic).

    Now that Browne Jr...
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    I gave into temptation at the Manchester...

    I gave into temptation at the Manchester Motorbike show earlier this year and bought one of these:
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    The reviews Iíve seen say that they ride really well once you forget about the front end, there was a mag article where three riders took one out, one of the riders was a racer and Iím pretty sure he...
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    Mrs. B and I use the Sean 10s and itís pretty much all we need.

    Updating the software is a pain in the neck, it other than that, no complaints.
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    Iíve got my tin hat on, just in case... the missing photo is all part of the conspiracy as far as Iím concerned.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    My daughter and I spent time in two wheels this...

    My daughter and I spent time in two wheels this weekend - her first pillion ride through London to the show, a bit of an eye opener for her, I suspect, as filtering on a full-dress Rocket tourer...
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    My old R1100 was pretty lively when being blipped...

    My old R1100 was pretty lively when being blipped at standstill - it was character, I thought.

    My current bike is a Rocket 3 Tourer, and it does the same thing, but it isn't as pronounced as the...
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    It can be a bit that way, and I havenít participated in a fully active way in quite some time, mainly because of the childish abuse which can be commonplace in the Pit. That said, Iím still here,...
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    I was born and bred in Newport Pagnell and it...

    I was born and bred in Newport Pagnell and it wasnít until I moved to Richmond when I was first married that I realised that Astonís werenít as common as I thought.

    Perspective, eh?
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    Have the exact same mower as the OP. We have...

    Have the exact same mower as the OP. We have about an acre to look after and it copes really well with everything but the edges, which get strimmed every few weeks. Petroleum strummer naturally.
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    When I took my driver awareness course a couple...

    When I took my driver awareness course a couple of years back, one of the things that was particularly singled out as being not an excuse for breaking the speed limit was to make way for an emergency...
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    We do lots of test rides where I work - I work...

    We do lots of test rides where I work - I work with software so itís not riding in the same manner but we know that if we get our test ride in first and the customer likes the product, when his buy...
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    Iíve just been massively amused by an image in my head of hundreds of clean-shaven men, with a penchant for perfectly normal tea, buying really cheap Bobbers and turning them into T100ís in the...
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    I may be being a little too trusting, but I...

    I may be being a little too trusting, but I always assume that for minor changes such as for filters and pipes, the ecu will adjust fuelling/timing as required.

    That said, I have a receipt for a...
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    Iíve downloaded it and bought a cable for an old laptop I keep in the garage.

    Itís useful for diagnosis, ftc reading and resets etc. Like you, I wouldnít want to start messing around with fuel...
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    The 12 minute tune is good for standard running,...

    The 12 minute tune is good for standard running, but for far more creative ways of destroying your bike, thereís the Triumph forums (plural - itís everywhere!) favourite - TuneECU. There are loads of...
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    Just watched some highlights Tony - was that...

    Just watched some highlights Tony - was that Waddenham you stopped at for muffins?



    Got shaft drive, cured all these woes for me. No adjustment or oiling needed, but it isnít as cheap to...
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    More bike related stuff

    So, just off to the Manchester Motorbike show. Anyone else going?

    Oh, I can pick you up a disk lock leash if you want, Tony ;)

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    Mrs. B and I went to look at an AMG GT a couple...

    Mrs. B and I went to look at an AMG GT a couple of years ago, which just proved to be far to daft for us - the performance would have been thrilling but short lived (enjoyed in bursts every 12 months...
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    More bike related stuff

    As Gyp says, itís a Bantam - a 1968 D14/4 which Mrs. B bought for my 40th birthday. It was the archetypal shed-find and I have literally stripped and replaced, repaired, repainted and refurbed every...
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    I was out on the beast earlier - I know it was...

    I was out on the beast earlier - I know it was rainy and slippery, but I managed to get away without power-sliding too much...
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