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morning, its friday !
#1
today; results of blood tests (diabetes ?)

sat; nothing

sun; even less, ready for work on monday
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#2
Today digging all daySad

Sat Going to look at a cottage and do bit more to my car

Sun. Try and finish my car
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#3
Today: Sniffling at my desk with Man Flu until 5. Been invited over to a mates house who I haven't seen in 6 weeks, but may put it off due to being near death!
Tomorrow: Big day, got to pack up all my shit, dismantle 3 wardrobes a double bed and a bookshelf for flat-packing ready for when we move out. Got to make the garden look tidy (quickly mow it...) and empty the shed of all my tools, taking them 4 miles across town to my parents house. Gonna be doing a lot of running about.
Sunday: Old mans' birthday, will be popping over to see him and give him his card/present, got to sort out the spare room ready for us to move into it - going to mean trips to the dump!

So by Monday I should be well and truly knackered.
Disclaimer: The above is not to be taken to heart and is probably a joke, grow up you big girl.
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Friday: Work until 6, then Leeds v Warrington, first home game of the season Smile
Saturday: Setting off down the A1 to London at 8am, off for a pub lunch and a few beers when I get there, then later off for a curry and a few more beers Big Grin
Sunday: Fry up, then drive back from London up the M1 so I can stop in Derbyshire to look at a 309 Big Grin
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today; still trying to get the car MOT'worthy, trying to source some clones
tomorrow; continue from yesterday
sunday; same as past few days; if its driving well, burn a lot of fuel
Diablo Hdi Dturbo and 205 1.9 project - it lives!
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(21-02-2014, 09:36 AM)THE_Liam Wrote: Friday: Work until 6, then Leeds v Warrington, first home game of the season Smile
Saturday: Setting off down the A1 to London at 8am, off for a pub lunch and a few beers when I get there, then later off for a curry and a few more beers Big Grin
Sunday: Fry up, then drive back from London up the M1 so I can stop in Derbyshire to look at a 309 Big Grin

Ooo whew in Derby is the 309?

Today work the pub for a few.
Tomorrow work then nothing planned.
Sunday work and chill :-)
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(21-02-2014, 09:50 AM)kentiiboii Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 09:36 AM)THE_Liam Wrote: Friday: Work until 6, then Leeds v Warrington, first home game of the season Smile
Saturday: Setting off down the A1 to London at 8am, off for a pub lunch and a few beers when I get there, then later off for a curry and a few more beers Big Grin
Sunday: Fry up, then drive back from London up the M1 so I can stop in Derbyshire to look at a 309 Big Grin

Ooo whew in Derby is the 309?

Today work the pub for a few.
Tomorrow work then nothing planned.
Sunday work and chill :-)

Not sure exactly mate. Looks good, a bronze GLD on 85k Wink
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Today - Going tesco for the monthly shop then a few beers with the bestie.

Saturday - Bicester meet.

Sunday - Work 7-4 Sad
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(21-02-2014, 10:37 AM)THE_Liam Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 09:50 AM)kentiiboii Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 09:36 AM)THE_Liam Wrote: Friday: Work until 6, then Leeds v Warrington, first home game of the season Smile
Saturday: Setting off down the A1 to London at 8am, off for a pub lunch and a few beers when I get there, then later off for a curry and a few more beers Big Grin
Sunday: Fry up, then drive back from London up the M1 so I can stop in Derbyshire to look at a 309 Big Grin

Ooo whew in Derby is the 309?

Today work the pub for a few.
Tomorrow work then nothing planned.
Sunday work and chill :-)

Not sure exactly mate. Looks good, a bronze GLD on 85k Wink

Sweet was thinking if it wasn't too far could of have a quick look for you. :-)
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Today working all day
Sat hope to get manifold made for the car
Sunday fat roast and bugger all
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Today: work till 5 then home to veg out for the evening
Saturday: supposed to be going to the Bicester meet but can't afford it so stay home and get a few bits done on the car
Sunday: sweet FA
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(21-02-2014, 10:59 AM)kentiiboii Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 10:37 AM)THE_Liam Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 09:50 AM)kentiiboii Wrote: Ooo whew in Derby is the 309?

Today work the pub for a few.
Tomorrow work then nothing planned.
Sunday work and chill :-)

Not sure exactly mate. Looks good, a bronze GLD on 85k Wink

Sweet was thinking if it wasn't too far could of have a quick look for you. :-)

Thanks mate, but I'm passing through coming back from London anyway.
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pretty much sums up most weekends for me lol
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Astor 6 Fast road/track project
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#14
Friday - Continue waiting for parts for 306
Saturday - Continue fixing 306
Sunday - Fix whatever breaks next due to the earlier issue being fixed

I've missed 306 ownership. lol
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Today worked 10-6 training in my new role
Tomorrow work 9-4 same as above
Sunday fit new steering wheel, clean car, shopping
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Big Grin 
Fri : was at work this morning.. helped my dad with his Motorbike.. Then helped my Nearly dad in law fix a motorbike.. played with some trike bits..

Sat: Heading in to the garage..!! TRIIIIIKE..

Sun: Weather permitting.. Ride out on the bikes.. If not TRIIIIIIIKE.... Itwasntme
...85cc Petrol 0 Doors... - ...135MPG... - ...£17 Tax...
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Skint with a holiday coming up so minimal spending for me. Today: Work, Tomorrow: Clean the missus's old MX5 that's now under my care, Hopefully sell the Trek aswell. Sunday: Money grabbing in Washington on a Bon Marche.
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Oh to add to mine, my 10 speed set up for my bike turned up this morning so I'm fitting that and my front 203mm brake at some point tomorrow.
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(21-02-2014, 11:07 PM)Dum-Dum Wrote: Oh to add to mine, my 10 speed set up for my bike turned up this morning so I'm fitting that and my front 203mm brake at some point tomorrow.

Your bike almost has better brakes than 306
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(22-02-2014, 01:16 AM)kentiiboii Wrote:
(21-02-2014, 11:07 PM)Dum-Dum Wrote: Oh to add to mine, my 10 speed set up for my bike turned up this morning so I'm fitting that and my front 203mm brake at some point tomorrow.

Your bike almost has better brakes than 306

Probably actually has bigger brakes than some saxos lol. Actually I suppose they are better as I have twin pot hydraulics rather than single.

Trying to stop myself hitting the buy button on the bracket to upgrade my rear from 160mm to 180mm.
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Just gone 10 speed myself on the new build. Can't re-use speed links now though Sad

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Want to go 180/203 aswell but I'm spent up lol
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Yeah but I'm loving the ZEE mech, beautiful bit of kit with the short cage and the clutch. (Zee mech and shifter, PTFE coated kevlar cable and SLX 11-36t cassette and chain with a raceface narrow wide 34t ring at the front)

Hardly needs any setting up, put the cable on so it was just tight but not pulling and it barely needed any adjustment. Cant wait to ride it but I need some new spacers for my front wheel.




180/203 is cheap mate, 2 brackets at £7 each off chain reaction and a 203mm disc is from about £15, front disc goes to the rear and thats £30. That said ive just pussied out of buying the bracket to make my rear up to 180mm
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4 pot 203mm front brake FTW. Pulls your eyelids off when you brake hard!
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#24
I'm impressed with the XT's TBH, I'm no DH loon so they'll do me..Just want bigger floating rotors for more bite/tart value. Not even looking on CRC/Ebay/Superstar at the moment as it only ends up with me spending lol

As long as I've got bigger discs and a dropper for the Scottish stanes weekend in April I'll be happy.
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#25
Yeah I wanted floating rotors (primarily for tart value) but couldnt justify the cost. I'm not a DH nut but next time I'm up at the 'rents I'm gonna detour up to Fort William. Like you I'm not a DH nut but I do love a good decent, I spend most of my time in trail centers or on tracks and paths.
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#26
Bit late to the party but, work work clean mothers car and sleep.
Doesnt even own a 306.
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