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    A couple of years ago I mentioned that two friends of ours both went through breast cancer. Thank god they have both gotten through. One of them is a twin and her and her sister have been friends with my wife since primary school, we see them as family. We just found out the other day that the sister is now going through the same thing. That bloody twin thing. Hopefully the twin thing gives her the same outcome as her sister..

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    A young driver we know is being transported to Melbourne after a bad car crash not far from here. Take care in the wet everyone.

    No family will be able to go with or visit her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    A young driver we know is being transported to Melbourne after a bad car crash not far from here. Take care in the wet everyone.

    No family will be able to go with or visit her.
    Hope it all goes OK for her mate...really do

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    The workmanship of companies paid to complete a job properly.

    I was discussing with a group on Facebook today about my roof rack. Sometime mentioned I should check if it had been riveted on or if it had been nutserted. I had a look this Arvo, sure enough it was riveted on, needless to say I find that pretty disappointing, I've had holes drilled in my roof and that wasn't disclosed when I bought the rack. There is no way of removing it if I need to either now.

    Upon closer inspection, the plastic strip that hides the mount hasn't been fixed on properly, the silicone has failed to bond and the strip has started lifting, just shoddy workmanship, so now I have to waste time chasing up warranty when the job just should have been done right in the first place.

    I'm still chasing the dealer about the faults with my ironman bullbar I had installed through them, and tonight when having a look over something I noticed in the install manual mention of daytime running lights. Upon further inspection I notice the installers couldn't be bothered to connect that wire, so have just cut it short. I guess of I hadn't read the manual I would never have known, but I did and now I know. I checked and the indicators on the bar are compatible with the DRLs, the installers were just too lazy.

    I had a look under one of the panels on the bar and low and behold there is a torch from them still mounted by the magnet... All credit to the magnet but clearly after the dodgy cuts, the forgotten to connect plugs and now this light problem I am really pissed off about the whole affair.

    Bullbar was installed on 2nd August, I still don't have a resolution for the problem.

    Lockdown is making all this even harder as I can't just go down there in person and demand it be addressed.

    Time for a beer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    A young driver we know is being transported to Melbourne after a bad car crash not far from here. Take care in the wet everyone.

    No family will be able to go with or visit her.
    All good news. The lass is very sore and sorry, but all scans were good. It turns out she was a passenger and the car got T boned by someone who failed to stop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty_nail View Post
    The workmanship of companies paid to complete a job properly.

    I was discussing with a group on Facebook today about my roof rack. Sometime mentioned I should check if it had been riveted on or if it had been nutserted. I had a look this Arvo, sure enough it was riveted on, needless to say I find that pretty disappointing, I've had holes drilled in my roof and that wasn't disclosed when I bought the rack. There is no way of removing it if I need to either now.

    Upon closer inspection, the plastic strip that hides the mount hasn't been fixed on properly, the silicone has failed to bond and the strip has started lifting, just shoddy workmanship, so now I have to waste time chasing up warranty when the job just should have been done right in the first place.

    I'm still chasing the dealer about the faults with my ironman bullbar I had installed through them, and tonight when having a look over something I noticed in the install manual mention of daytime running lights. Upon further inspection I notice the installers couldn't be bothered to connect that wire, so have just cut it short. I guess of I hadn't read the manual I would never have known, but I did and now I know. I checked and the indicators on the bar are compatible with the DRLs, the installers were just too lazy.

    I had a look under one of the panels on the bar and low and behold there is a torch from them still mounted by the magnet... All credit to the magnet but clearly after the dodgy cuts, the forgotten to connect plugs and now this light problem I am really pissed off about the whole affair.

    Bullbar was installed on 2nd August, I still don't have a resolution for the problem.

    Lockdown is making all this even harder as I can't just go down there in person and demand it be addressed.

    Time for a beer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxhead View Post
    I think your shitty luck started when you bought a Musso instead of a dMax


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