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Why it pays to corner hard !
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Two days ago my heater fan decided to only work on the lowest speed which given the current weather conditions is a pain........

.... Today I went around a roundabout at a rather indecent speed and a fear inducing angle of lean when all of a sudden there was this almighty noise ...... No it wasn't my wife screaming ... it was the fan deciding to start working..... set on the highest speed...

So if your fan stops functioning get really active on those roundabouts and you never know it may even start working like mine did and if not at least you've had some fun and vented your spleen which will make you feel better.
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That's what I like about this forum,good,practical & unbiased technical solutions.:thumbsup:Confusedcratch:Confusedalut:
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#3
If your rear end lets go a tad then you know it's time for some new rubber :eek:
This method is far superior to checking the treadwear indicators as you all know :whistle:
So versatile these roundabouts :woop:
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(11-07-2013, 09:46 PM)nil by mouth Wrote:  If your rear end lets go a tad then you know it's time for some new rubber :eek:
This method is far superior to checking the treadwear indicators as you all know :whistle:
So versatile these roundabouts :woop:
I think my rear end would let go a tad if i went round a roundabout at a great speed.
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When my heater fan stopped functioning I beat it with a wheel brace untill it worked Confusedalut:
Somedays you're the pigeon, Somedays you're the statue.
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(12-07-2013, 07:31 AM)steve valentine Wrote:  When my heater fan stopped functioning I beat it with a wheel brace untill it worked Confusedalut:

I did the same with the ex wife.....
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Last time I hit a roundabout at speed the pikeys chased me off the fairground
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Don't see the attraction of the shows. :lol:

(12-07-2013, 12:35 PM)evdama Wrote:  Last time I hit a roundabout at speed the pikeys chased me off the fairground

Did you make a show of yourself ? :eek: At least you never hit the Candy Floss stall, that would have been a sticky moment.
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Won £1.67 in change on the cake walk though.
I said wheres the bandits? they said citroen dealership.
Then I had a go on the peugots-they have special poles fitted to gather electricity from a net in the ceiling and a pikey riding on the back bumper (to match the one in the drivers seat ah ha!)
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i always go as fast as i can exposure to accident time is reduced
stu
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