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Post by Toby_HDi » 29 Jul 2009, 22:58

Remember I'm always happy to help too.

I don't go to Worcestershire anymore though.
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Post by citroenxm » 30 Jul 2009, 12:45

Pleiades wrote:If it's any help to anyone, I will be travelling from Sawtry to North wales (Bala) for a weekends full on kayaking in hopefully some very swollen rivers with big falls, YIPPEEEEE. :twisted:

I will be taking the Xantia with only 2 on board with camping gear and kayaks on the roof, so plenty of room.

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you must come for a visit or meet!! Your only about an hour or so away from me!!

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Post by citroenxm » 30 Jul 2009, 12:46

superloopy1 wrote:
Martin

If those rivers overflow, might you end up in the Tees or, even better, the Tyne :) :)

If you do, there's a couple of underbody trays that I have a 'promise' on :wink:


Ive one or two of these Im sure :lol: :lol: :D

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Post by jgra1 » 10 Aug 2009, 14:51

anyone coming South on the M1 in the next few days... ? :D

Leiceter to either Newport Pagnell or further South, ideal :D

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Post by CitroJim » 10 Aug 2009, 15:20

jgra1 wrote:anyone coming South on the M1 in the next few days... ? :D

Leiceter to either Newport Pagnell or further South, ideal :D

john


I'm planning on coming down your way tomorrow John with Citronut's seats. Did you get my PM?

What's of interst in Leicester?
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Post by jgra1 » 10 Aug 2009, 15:40

oops Hi Jim :D

Leicester is a small -ish paint-sprayer / compressor..... already payed for this morning...

what time you passing by here tomorrow Jim?

I will read pm now, just noticed it :D
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Post by jgra1 » 10 Aug 2009, 15:42

have replied Jim ;)
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Post by CitroJim » 10 Aug 2009, 16:06

jgra1 wrote:have replied Jim ;)


And replied back John...
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Post by CitroJim » 11 Aug 2009, 22:49

I've just completed a big parts relay :D

Up to Leicester last evening to collect John's (Jgra1) compressor/paint sprayer and then today, down to see firstly Malcolm (Citronut) to deliver his seats and then up to see John :D

Malcolm gave me a ride in a 2CV. That was an experience not to be missed after a V6 I can tell you 8) :lol:

Supurb trip in the V6, she purred all the way and was quite frugal on fuel :D One of her strong points came to the fore; slogging through snarled-up Tunbridge Wells in the rush hour :twisted: So easy with an autobox and not a murmer of complaint from the V6 at all. Good girl :D

An excellent day all-round. It was great to see old friends and enjoy a natter.

Joh, I'm sorry, I clean forgot to say thanks for the fish and chips. Went down a perfect treat :D

As always, the A21 between Tonbridge and Hastings remains one of the most terrible roads I know :twisted: :twisted:

That was a teriffic scenic rote you directed me on to bypass Tunbridge Wells John :D 8)
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Post by jgra1 » 12 Aug 2009, 00:19

:D great to see you Jim

yep after you left I realised how many miles of thin narrow lanes there are to get past Tunbridge wells, Southborough, and Tonbridge ;)

My V6 was lovely tonight, there is an exhaust problem but it sounds pretty good ;)
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Post by citronut » 12 Aug 2009, 19:44

Jim wrote
"Malcolm gave me a ride in a 2CV. That was an experience not to be missed after a V6 I can tell you "

i think you will need at least an AMI SUPPER chassis to take the V6 lump, and i think you will have to find a manual box TEA HE (without chocy bicy's tut tut)

much ass grassy ass
and thanks again for all your eforts hunny,

i think we will probably meet up in a field somewhere on our next encounter


kind regards
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Post by CitroJim » 12 Aug 2009, 21:37

I'm still gutted about the choccy bikkies Malcolm :( :lol:

Your fault for showing me all the interesting air-cooloed twin cylinder stuff!

Did you get the Berlingo door sorted?
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Post by citronut » 12 Aug 2009, 22:51

thats ok Jim i always get the blame for most things i can take it,

and no not yet i have looked on service citroen to see what might have broken, also i am going to purchase a pair of those very large pop rivets that are listed, thats if i can access a rivet gun to handle them,

then i will be able to take the handle off to see whats what (PERCY)

regards malcolm

ps. eer in doors enjoyed the biccys
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Post by CitroJim » 21 Aug 2009, 12:23

If anyone should be passing the Doncaster area on the M18/180 and on down south on the M1 toward Junction 14 at any time in the future, I would very much appreciate if a set of alloy wheels could be collected from KP and delivered to me in Newport Pagnell.

There's no rush on this and if it will help, I can do a meet somewhere along a convenient spot on the M1 or thereabouts.

Much thanks :D

EDIT: I'll be at Stratford CCC meet next weekend if that will help in any way.
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Post by citronut » 21 Aug 2009, 19:30

Jim wrote
"I can do a meet somewhere along a convenient spot on the M1 or thereabouts."

not the fast lane i hope

regards malcolm
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