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Thread: What has made you Angry Today???????

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    Listening to MFB/CFA scans throughout this morning. There is some f*****g morons out there, I tell ya. On a day like today they're incinerating shit in their backyards.
    Should be an automatic shove behind the bars for a month! You'd think after what happened 10 years ago people would have smartened up...
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    Like others, not so much angry but waz somewhat extra concerned today.
    42C with some pretty decent winds and our neighbour refueled his petrol dam pump after a stinking hot hours flogging to find an exhaust splash exploded in his hot as fark little pump shed.
    Poor bugger has thankfully returned from hospital now with only first degree silly thong and arm burns but dead set nearly set our hills full alight for a happy merry christmas start!




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    Hopefully the fella is alright Mr. @MB .
    Never a good thing especially in such conditions.
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    Couple of days let rest and thankfully recovering super well with a quick catchup/possible future suggestions tonight.
    Extremely volatile stuff Petrol/Mogas/Avo etc...:-(
    Other neighbours have kindly installed another oriental clacker pump in whole hearted assistance although he will be buying a diesel pump and or at least running additional pump protection of inside room mist/cooling heads if coin is temporarily unavailable.


    A fair point raised by young neighbour mate; “This petrol issue should be advertised”
    As you may see from the pictures above he has genuinely spent decent honest coin on contracting ‘Hebel’ block blokes.
    CFA first responder Legends also commended his efforts although educated also of Petroleum refueling dangers that our entire wider Australia/World community should but may not in fact know :-( ?




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    Hmmm the wheel shimmy I had a while back has returned. 95-100km/h range. It is minor in the grand scheme of death wobbles , but albeit frustrating and annoying.
    As some may remember , new wheel bearings fixed it for me. And here it is again ...
    Do new bearings maybe need a few more ugga duggas of the elbow after a while ? After they bed in or something ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Hmmm the wheel shimmy I had a while back has returned. 95-100km/h range. It is minor in the grand scheme of death wobbles , but albeit frustrating and annoying.
    As some may remember , new wheel bearings fixed it for me. And here it is again ...
    Do new bearings maybe need a few more ugga duggas of the elbow after a while ? After they bed in or something ?
    I think so mate.

    Won't hurt to give them a check and readjust if needed.

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    Had a weird clump-clump through the Old Trol after parking in town. I had to stop on the shoulder of the highway to take a look. I found a 10cm x 10cm lump of chewing gum mashed into the tread. A funny but annoying prank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    Had a weird clump-clump through the Old Trol after parking in town. I had to stop on the shoulder of the highway to take a look. I found a 10cm x 10cm lump of chewing gum mashed into the tread. A funny but annoying prank.
    Bit of a step up to the 'old chewy on ya boot'! I guess it will eventually be redistributed about the district.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Hmmm the wheel shimmy I had a while back has returned. 95-100km/h range. It is minor in the grand scheme of death wobbles , but albeit frustrating and annoying.
    As some may remember , new wheel bearings fixed it for me. And here it is again ...
    Do new bearings maybe need a few more ugga duggas of the elbow after a while ? After they bed in or something ?
    I'm still working on my wheel wobbles. I replaced the steering dampener. Initial testing seems to have fixed the problem, but I'm gonna give it a week or two before I say it's fixed.
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    Why are those obnoxious lights still up? lol.

    Christmas this year has been and gone.
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