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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby damrabbit on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:39 pm

Right so a BIG thanks you for graeme to organising the weekend,alex for leading and sorting some cracking routeslike alex said some real extreme stuff,BRF (and his dad) for suppling the pig roast,spence as the official fog gate opener,Dogga for staying out of my shower :lol: and all the others making it the usual great laugh and banter

Oh and a sorry to ben for his "smashing" weekend :oops:

Bring on the next one :party: :dance:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby damrabbit on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:39 pm

dogga wrote:
damrabbit wrote:i thought you liked the showers it was jack that didn't :lol:

the water must of been a bit cold i think.


Water can never be THAT cold
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby john boy on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:40 pm

Right take it was a good one then :?: so where did you get to up that way then and :ttiwwp: so come on get some up then :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby diders on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:45 pm

dogga wrote:the water must of been a bit cold i think.


i think it was judging by the picture jason took :lol: :lol:

he was the only one taking photo's of that though i must stress, everyone else stayed well clear of their camera's :lol: :lol: .

one for the canteen wall me thinks mate :lol:

but what a weekend :party: :drink: oh yeah and rabbit :sick: :lol:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby dogga on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:50 pm

diders wrote:
dogga wrote:the water must of been a bit cold i think.


i think it was judging by the picture jason took :lol: :lol:

he was the only one taking photo's of that though i must stress, everyone else stayed well clear of their camera's :lol: :lol: .

one for the canteen wall me thinks mate :lol:

but what a weekend :party: :drink: oh yeah and rabbit :sick: :lol:

should'nt that sick be purple :to much:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby jason on Mon Nov 22, 2010 8:56 pm

It was a good weekend,we had some laughs
Thank you to postfinder for sorting out the event,cracking place
Damrabbit thanks for the breakfast
Big red Fronty for the pork
Ben for the cracking cds that he was sort of playing :rotfl: :rotfl:
And to all who was there!!
The lanes were a bit much for me, one lane scared the sh#* out of me, and megafront (Simon) had to drive it for me, to get it up the rocky hill ,thanks Si

And then it was all over for me i broke my steering rack :roll: i hit the Rockey bank :oops: but it was still ok to drive just had a wobbly wheel
I then jumped in with Colley,thanks Steve
Ow yes :oops: i did fall over,on the lane in the mud,and i was not :drink:
Great weekend and great team work

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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby damrabbit on Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:08 pm

Oh yeah forgot about the puple rain :oops: :sick: :sick: :lol:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby diders on Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:24 pm

i thought someone had a photo finish between their bum and their trousers when i saw it at 5am :cry:
how relieved was i when i realised what it was, :D
good job it was just a short visit :) :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby bigdazz on Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:31 pm

:ttiwwp:
IF A CABLE TIE CANT FIX IT ITS FECKED
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby Trugga on Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:56 pm

bigdazz wrote: :ttiwwp:

damrabbit wrote:...Dogga for staying out of my shower :lol: ...

I'm not so sure I want to see them now :shock:
(Maybe I might just peep through my fingers)

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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby damrabbit on Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:03 pm

you should be ok L nobody had got a macro lense
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby alex on Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:34 pm

Just got under the old girl to change the altenator that died on the way home and my jaw dropped at the state of the steering tie rod :oops: will get a piccy, its bent as boomerang...
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby colley on Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:38 pm

alex wrote:Just got under the old girl to change the altenator that died on the way home and my jaw dropped at the state of the steering tie rod :oops: will get a piccy, its bent as boomerang...


I am scared to look under mine as there was so many bangs under the truck down some of the lanes :roll:
i do no i have a large dent in one wing and a dent in one of the sills :lol:
It was well worth getting the dents as the lanes was great 8)

Hope you get it sorted mate :wink:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby big red fronty on Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:20 pm

hope you get it sorted soon mate :wink:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby alex on Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:55 pm

Cracking result on the Alty, brand spanker fell out of a warehouse for £40, got a spare tie, its the threaded section between bj's thats bent, so Im just gonna replace that. Its the drivers side that took some hammer on Chapel gate.

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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby damrabbit on Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:24 pm

i had a look under mine today but i kept my eyes closed so it all seemed fine :lol:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby jason on Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:40 pm

Had a look at mine today,when i washed it,i got a big scratch in the passenger side door and the steering rack was loose,and the track rod end bj was fooked!! but had a spare :dance: and also had the wheel balanced on Monday,and it was well out 180 on the inside and i think it was 75 on the out side,but the steering is still make a noise when i turn right and is booked in to biker Berni's work shop next week to get all done :dance:
and i only did one lane :D
Oh well i don't care i had a fantastic weekend :dance:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby Road Hog on Wed Nov 24, 2010 10:52 pm

Keep the old rack Jase,wanna have a nose at a dead 'un see if it can be beefed up a bit ,in the short term it might be an idea to unwind your T-bars a bit mate :wink:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby jason on Wed Nov 24, 2010 11:08 pm

A friend wrote:Keep the old rack Jase,wanna have a nose at a dead 'un see if it can be beefed up a bit ,in the short term it might be an idea to unwind your T-bars a bit mate :wink:

Already done it!! I dropped it 1" and that track rod end that you said i need to change :roll: well it was just hanging on,and was well bent - you can have the old rack if you wont :D
I just need to pick the new one of Si, so Rich can fit it :dance:
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Re: Black Country / Shropshire meets Weekender in the Peaks

Postby Road Hog on Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:32 am

jason wrote: you can have the old rack if you wont :D


8) I have a couple of thoughts & would be handy to have one to try out ideas on :wink: if its sorted can you bring with to the next BC&S please :drink: Ask Rich to set your tracking to dead on parallel & NOT bother with front to back,he will know what I mean :wink:
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