August Bank Holiday - Long Itchington

Do you know of a Trike and Bike Event or Rally? Here's the place to list it
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Deep Diver wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 10:52 am Well some good news I'll have my car back for the weekend, the bad news is its got a broken rear spring and I can't get one till next week.
:bang: :bang: :bang:
jack it up and put a house brick under it :hide:
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Deep Diver wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 10:52 am Well some good news I'll have my car back for the weekend, the bad news is its got a broken rear spring and I can't get one till next week.
:bang: :bang: :bang:
take the wheel off you could say youve come on the trike then
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I thought you said you could weld Barry :hide: :hoofle:
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jinjachin wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 6:27 pm
Deep Diver wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 10:52 am Well some good news I'll have my car back for the weekend, the bad news is its got a broken rear spring and I can't get one till next week.
:bang: :bang: :bang:
take the wheel off you could say youve come on the trike then
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dave174 wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 6:50 pm I thought you said you could weld Barry :hide: :hoofle:
I can, well could. Now it's just poop on a blanket.
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Well I've just checked the car and no broken spring. Here is what was making all the noise at the rear end.
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This small stone was trapped under the spring and each time you hit a bump made a grating noise like a broken spring.
So it looks like I'll be there to :hoofle: :hoofle:


PS is there a raffle this year????.
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Deep Diver wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:23 amPS is there a raffle this year????.
No idea.
This is not a UKT meet.
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1130cc wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:54 am
Deep Diver wrote: Thu Aug 27, 2020 10:23 amPS is there a raffle this year????.
No idea.
This is not a UKT meet.
OK :thumbsup:
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I think a discussion on Friday will be in order as to "are we having a whip round for beer & barbie on Saturday" me & son of jinj can pop to tescos & get the stuff & also pickup some raffle tickets unless someone has a some handy.
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I am seriously having doubts about coming up. This is supposed a non-organised event.

Organising an event could lead to a £10000 fine, with each participant being fined £100.

It only needs one complaint (call to the Police) from the new estate.
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