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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by HighlyJetted on Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:37 pm

tornas wrote:HighlyJetted, how is your Hijet-with-a-motorcycle-heart freak project doing?

Brought it home last week as it was dumped on my parents drive, and my mum was getting fed up with it being there for 2 months.

So brought it home on a car transporter truck, ragged it up and down the road a few times, now its dumped on the drive at the new house.

Next year I will get round to replacing the rear axle for one with a better ratio. I don't drive it because the diff ratio is a killer!

I also have a house renovation project on the go, loads of structural alterations all done, and then all the plumbing, wiring, plastering, joinery all done. Fitted a new kitchen, a bathroom, oak floors, loads of tiles. Just decoration to do before Christmas family arrive.
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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by Logi on Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:35 am

I think that's what it translates to.....
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Post by scotia on Fri Dec 09, 2016 9:55 am

Laughing i have seen it 2...good buy
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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by Raggy on Fri Dec 09, 2016 12:34 pm

HighlyJetted wrote:
tornas wrote:HighlyJetted, how is your Hijet-with-a-motorcycle-heart freak project doing?

Brought it home last week as it was dumped on my parents drive, and my mum was getting fed up with it being there for 2 months.

So brought it home on a car transporter truck, ragged it up and down the road a few times, now its dumped on the drive at the new house.

Next year I will get round to replacing the rear axle for one with a better ratio. I don't drive it because the diff ratio is a killer!

I also have a house renovation project on the go, loads of structural alterations all done, and then all the plumbing, wiring, plastering, joinery all done. Fitted a new kitchen, a bathroom, oak floors, loads of tiles. Just decoration to do before Christmas family arrive.

So plenty of time at Christmas to do the axle then?
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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by HighlyJetted on Fri Dec 09, 2016 1:39 pm

Think I might build my new workshop first.

I was thinking about underfloor heating in the workshop, spend a lot of time crawling about on the floor.
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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by Lex_Michdebus on Fri Dec 09, 2016 10:49 pm

Manuel_nl wrote:
Lex_Michdebus wrote:
PFM wrote:Am guessing here, but does that dutch translate to 'What is there not to like'?

"Why didn't you get it before I could?"

Well I don't think I need it. The PDF manuals are sufficient for me. I've now space to work on the car anyhow

HighlyJetted wrote:Think I might build my new workshop first.

I was thinking about underfloor heating in the workshop, spend a lot of time crawling about on the floor.



I'm almost done building my space. No more crawling! Hopefully it doesn't turn into a bbq...
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Re: Mighty quiet round here, winter warning

Post by tornas on Wed Dec 21, 2016 7:30 pm

tornas wrote:The Jet is doing fine. Driving it once a week without issues. VAT is due this month and I think she will pass.
Yeah she didn't. Brake pressure was too low and the headlights needed adjusting. Furthermore some small things like filling up the windshield washer fluid (that's what it's called in Engish?) Took them a few days to repair it. And took me some bucks. Oh well!

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