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P38A Ball joints

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by mutsnutz, Jul 25, 2019.

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  1. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd Full Member

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    That's a fairly high probability. Possibly wine and scotch.
     
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    I found @Irishrover 's instructions excellent and easy to follow. Not heard from him in a while. Presumably he's OK and relaxing in a garden somewhere?
     
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    wammers No longer with us, RIP Donater

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    He got rid of all his P38 stuff and moved to Wales. Sticks his head above the parapet from time to time.
     
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    Think he has a disco now, so he may appear in that section.
     
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    You could say that, from this to this
     

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    New kitchen arrived today fitting on the 6th, very happy in the caravan on the drive.;) Only for cooking though. peace and quiet bolthole.:D
     
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    F@ck me. Those scousers don't muck about when they're burglarizing.
     
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    But I couldn't sell the old one,not that it was very old.
     
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    I don't understand it. Everyone seems hell bent on a new kitchen all the time. I got a solid oak one a year ago for less than a £100 quid. Just had to drive to Brum. Only just fit it all in the Rangie.
     
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    She will have to cook you some cracking dinners for making that for her :) I like the old one, modern but homely
     
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    You must have a very small kitchen.
     
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    My guess is Polish Max does kitchens aswell as spill pipe :D:D
     
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    Not that big and fairly narrow but it does the job. That was flat-packed, not assembled.
     
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    100 quid? Is it a doll's house?
     
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    I've got a load of doors left over. You wouldn't believe what is going for almost no money. No wonder the rain-forests are dropping like flies.
     
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    Still alive and kicking :D
    Still trying to get the place in Wales sold so we can move to France
    Hope you "Old Un's" are keeping well.;);)
     
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    Too late to come to France, if Brexit actually happens you will have to jump through all sorts of hoops and with the current exchange rate it would be very expensive too.
     
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    Lad has moved a lot of people to France and Spain over the last few years. Suppose it's one way of remaining in the EU. ;):D:D
     
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    Your lad is in the removals business?
     
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