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  1. #21
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    That's nothing John. The way that place is going you need to be into almost everything other than Rods. Its about 20 to 1 crap V car stuff. I put the stuff up about antigrav batteries and got mostly sillyness (if there is such a word) back.

    Maybe its as the guys at Antigrav said; 'people dont believe this little thing can do what we say'.

    I do love to try out new technology when I can see logical backing and reasonable claims. Also it helps if you take notice of what the guys who sell them, tell you and are honest, upfront and happy to help.

    This coming 2 weeks should see a lot done on the T and maybe, just maybe 'there's a fire in the hole' Who knows............
    Last edited by fad15; 19-08-15 at 05:36 PM.

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    Great to see things crackin' on.
    Missed the T at the Nats though. Were you there on the Sunday?

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    Yep. Got bored and left at 12.300 with the help and assistance of Dr FG. and the lovely Sandra, who mucked in and help me hitch the T to the PT.

    Sorry guys that I missed you all.
    Last edited by fad15; 19-08-15 at 06:40 PM.

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    DR.fg and manual labour....

    ......john..x

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    He did pick up the A bar and held it for me. Sandra watched in an athletic way.

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    world class them pair,we have had some really great escapades with the hayfields...and you.

    like sitting in the stands at shakey shooting the breeze,putting the world to right,watching the racing..and generally talking shite.

    may it carry on for years to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fad15 View Post

    This coming 2 weeks should see a lot done on the T and maybe, just maybe 'there's a fire in the hole' Who knows............

    Great stuff. is this going to be the first time your engine has run and don't forget a vid of the first fire up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torment View Post
    world class them pair,we have had some really great escapades with the hayfields...and you.

    like sitting in the stands at shakey shooting the breeze,putting the world to right,watching the racing..and generally talking shite.

    may it carry on for years to come.
    Always good company you guys and easy conversations.. Probably doing the HRDs this year as well and hope its not too hot for the Missis to have to seek shade.

    Quote Originally Posted by cptpugwash View Post
    Great stuff. is this going to be the first time your engine has run and don't forget a vid of the first fire up
    No came with a dyno sheet so run up and tested by GM all those years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrys Revenge View Post
    use one of these they don't last long buy a few they are used to cut a layer off the top of the metal without leaving deep scratches le sand paper or wre brushes

    you will need a variable polisher buff and an arbour to ft



    http://www.metalpolishingsupplies.co...ng-mop-fine-6/

    then for a shiny matt finish use a lose fold mop and ths compound

    http://www.metalpolishingsupplies.co...-wheels-8-x-1/


    http://www.metalpolishingsupplies.co.uk/aluminium-brass-alloys/

    Got a Cruesen polisher thats the dogs. Ordered up some yellow wax and a wheel for the final finish polish on the shinny bits and an 8" and 4" scotchbright wheel

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    Number for anti grav batteries. Ask for Paul. If hes not there he will call back.

    01702301664.

    Believe in the Force young skywanker

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