"Richard Brookman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> so Alex was, like...
>> On Mon, 4 Jul 2005 20:37:59 +0100, "Richard Brookman"
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Anyone going?
>> Lots of people I expect. However, it isn't untill August.
> Next month - not so very far away.
>> Or did you mean LRE at Billing next weekend?
it will be the 6th weekend in that part of thecountry in as many months this
year. When you come from East Anglia, the A14 and M6 become kind of
monotonous on the first journey! Having said that, I tow the GLASS
exhibition trailer, so probably will be there!
Stupid though to arrange the show for a friday saturday and sunday wehn the
weekend is a bank holiday, so why not sat, sun monday.... besides which,
who fancies parking on the M5 on a bank holiday weekend.
General consensus seems to be that it will be spectacular.... a spectacular
succes or a spectacular failure!
Peterborough 4x4 Club Newsletter Editor and Webmaster
Green Lane Association (GLASS) Commercial Officer
Part owner of 1976 S3 LWT, Fully restored, ready for sale! Make me an
Suzuki SJ410 (Fiancée's) 3" lift kit fitted, body shell now restored and
mounted on chassis, waiting on a windscreen and MOT
Series 3 88" Rolling chassis...what to do next
1993 200 TDi Discovery
1994 200 TDi Discovery body sheel, being bobbed and modded.....
1979 Range Ruster body shell and chassis
On or around Thu, 07 Jul 2005 12:10:30 +0100, Steve Taylor
<email@example.com> enlightened us thusly:
>David French wrote:
>> I'm hoping to, yes. Anybody fancy helping me bleed the brakes on the
>No. They're bastards. Have you got a vacuum bleeder ?
or a pressure one. Found yer gunsons eezibleed to be a worthwhile spend.
Only takes a few psi in a dead tyre to drive it, and it bleeds things that
won't bleed otherwise.
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.fsnet.co.uk my opinions are just that
"Quos deus vult perdere, prius dementat" Euripedes, quoted in
>On or around Thu, 07 Jul 2005 12:10:30 +0100, Steve Taylor
><firstname.lastname@example.org> enlightened us thusly:
>>David French wrote:
>>> I'm hoping to, yes. Anybody fancy helping me bleed the brakes on the
>>No. They're bastards. Have you got a vacuum bleeder ?
>or a pressure one. Found yer gunsons eezibleed to be a worthwhile spend.
>Only takes a few psi in a dead tyre to drive it, and it bleeds things that
>won't bleed otherwise.
I'm sure i read that pressure bleeders didnt work very well on the 101
due to the valve thingy in the brake lines.
I might be imagining it though!
I'm just trying to avoid ever having to touch the brakes on my 101
(any more than cleaning the drums out that is). If it makes Lee D give
up and pay someone else to do it, then it must be hard!
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