The Thread about Nothing....

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Hitchy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. gplama

    gplama Well-Known Member

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    Melbourne is a soggy biscuit. :mad:
     


  2. VadarStrikesBack

    VadarStrikesBack Well-Known Member

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    Yeah i'm glad im only back in melb for 24 hours. Melbourne can go suk a big one.
    My schlong is way to big even for your loose arze classic1.
    hmmm box handles. Good thinking 99.
    Dont go see that Tomorrow-When-The-War-Began. Train wreck.

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  3. 531Aussie

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    me mate is selling this one for $190


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  4. classic1

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    From what I have heard AU's are alright besides how the farkers look. A bloke from work had one, it never missed a beat. He got stuff all on trade in though, the dealer only offered him $2k, so you should be able to do better. Typical Ford problem of that era is intermittent faults with the central locking.
     
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    Earthquake!

    3.3 centered about 1km from where I'm sitting. A very interesting 4 seconds of fun I've had in a while. It was a big ol' vertical jolt - big enough to shift my weight up out of the seat and smash my legs into the desk top that's secured to the floor...
     
  9. matagi

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    Do you need a car that big?

    Second hand Foulcans and Dunnydores are not a bad buy - parts are readily available and they are usually cheap to fix.
     
  10. Thylacine

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    Down here when that happens it's called a 'fart'.
     
  11. gplama

    gplama Well-Known Member

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    Hero to zero....

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64ZYkLrnFBA]YouTube - Axl Rose walks off the stage in Dublin[/ame]
     
  12. Thylacine

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    Uh-oh. Looks like Paris has been going out without any panties on again.

    You'd think someone with that much money behind them could at least afford a brazillian.
     
  13. gplama

    gplama Well-Known Member

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    You're all talk... LINK US UP!!!!!!

    :)
     
  14. Hitchy

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    Oi you lot!...need to scrounge some info from your collective wisdom...or lack of it! Trying to fit a 7900 BB into my Look frame...drive side went in no wuckers, was able to screw it in about 3/4 of the way with me fingers, before needing the tool...non drive side went in about 2 turns before I needed the tool...& the more I screw it, the harder it seems to get...Is this usual?...should I just keep tightening the farker until fitted, or do I have a problem?....all nicely greased & the threads didn't appear to have any rough bits. What have I done wrong?
     
  15. cs124

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    To ask the bleedin' obvious... have you got a mismatched set of cups with the BB? ie trying to fit an Italian threaded cup into an English BB shell.
     
  16. parawolf

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    If it was english vs italian, then he couldn't get it in at all because the threads are COMPLETELY reversed.

    Hitchy, get the threads 'chased' at your local bike shop. I didn't suggest it in my original post over on BV for nothin'
     
  17. gplama

    gplama Well-Known Member

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    too much blue lock-tite stuff on the BB cup? not that you can get that sheit off... maybe screw it into another frame first then try it again on the Look.

    (maybe a steel frame, I hear they're cheap as chips and handy for hackery tasks like this).


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  18. Hitchy

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    Nope, both English
     
  19. Hitchy

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    hmmm. looking like I might have to...knew I shoulda just left this 'building' marlarkey up to them in the 1st place! :D
     
  20. gplama

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