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KevG wrote: Thanks for that tip Stealth.
By the way I went on the MCN run to Wales at the weekend.
LOADS of bikes.


A couple of mates did a 400 mile round trip to join in - was a good turn out judging by the MCN article.

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Thanks for that tip Stealth.
By the way I went on the MCN run to Wales at the weekend.
LOADS of bikes.

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i always thought it was quite appropriate that the manual uses an austin maestro to show vulnerable/structural areas....never knew clairvoyancy was part of vosas remit considering its been in there a couple of decades and the way the vehicle in question used to dissolve before your very eyes!

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KevG wrote: I'm going outside now to flog myself with a damp copy of the testing manual.
:D

Whatever turns you on Kev - personally I'd leave it until Monday - no need to get stressed over the weekend ;)

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I'm going outside now to flog myself with a damp copy of the testing manual.
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KevG wrote: Sorry Wes. Not qualified or Licensed here either.
We are not worthy ...:D:D

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Sorry Wes. Not qualified or Licensed here either.

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Floyd wrote: Wesley wrote: One of Our colleagues seems to be having some difficulty in Interpereting The Difference or Similarity and Importance and the Understanding of A "Full Chassis" (With Rails) and a "Monococque Construction Chassis", as laid out in "Appendix C"?:?

Is there Anyone Out There that could Help Our colleague, In His understandings or "misinterperperetations" to "resolve" "this issue"?:?


I,m sorry i can,t help :(

I,m only a thick mechanic and tester:shock:

I sometimes wonder if some are beyond help Wes ...;)

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Wesley wrote: One of Our colleagues seems to be having some difficulty in Interpereting The Difference or Similarity and Importance and the Understanding of A "Full Chassis" (With Rails) and a "Monococque Construction Chassis", as laid out in "Appendix C"?:?

Is there Anyone Out There that could Help Our colleague, In His understandings or "misinterperperetations" to "resolve" "this issue"?:?


I,m sorry i can,t help :(

I,m only a thick mechanic and tester:shock:

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One of Our colleagues seems to be having some difficulty in Interpereting The Difference or Similarity and Importance and the Understanding of A "Full Chassis" (With Rails) and a "Monococque Construction Chassis", as laid out in "Appendix C"?:?

Is there Anyone Out There that could Help Our colleague, In His understandings or "misinterperperetations" to "resolve" "this issue"?:?



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