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Fazer 1000/FZ1 corner / Re: Clutch arm moving up?
« on: 05 April 2019, 08:24:54 AM »
The shaft is held in with a circlip, it could have come off allowing it to move up.  You can take the cover off and check


As above. The occasional click could be something to do with a circlip in amongst the clutch drum and other parts in the case. Certainly wants fixing before the clutch lever comes right out leaving you stranded or worse still something more major than a circlip drops us down amongst the clutch basket.

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General / Re: Focer Font Of Knowledge. Borescope Endoscope
« on: 29 March 2019, 12:31:19 AM »
Hey Sharpie,
Where abouts on your phone does the endoscope pictures get saved, I can take photos with it and view them on the phone screen, but, once I close the photo I can not find it again and there seems no option to save it, if it saves automatically like standard camera pic where the foc do they get saved to?

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General / Re: Focer Font Of Knowledge. Borescope Endoscope
« on: 28 March 2019, 10:55:10 PM »
Here is a picture looking up my bum

 ;) :lol :lol :eek :eek :rollin :rollin :'( :'(


 :moon Or is it

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General / Re: Focer Font Of Knowledge. Borescope Endoscope
« on: 28 March 2019, 10:49:37 PM »
Same as that just no name on it eBay £8-00 about 6 years ago, used on on quite a few occasions, from looking down a blocked sink waste (Waterproof) to looking behind an engine to try to locate a nut that had fallen off the back of a bolt, with sight I was able to pick it up with a telescopic magnet, without it the magnet stuck to just about everything but the loose nut    .
Looked inside a box section on a car chassis.
Great little tool, USB, Needs a App download to operate (Endescope).
Plugs straight into a Galaxy S6, light brightness is adjustable, takes pics and video.   

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General / Re: Word Association
« on: 27 March 2019, 10:50:21 PM »
Redemption

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General / Re: Old measuring equipment
« on: 18 March 2019, 11:21:35 PM »
Just noticed it needs an oily rag rubbing over it, probably the second time its been out of the box for about 20 years

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General / Re: Old measuring equipment
« on: 18 March 2019, 11:16:32 PM »
Still got my imperial More & Wrights of Sheffield Mic, and my Vernier Gauges, agrees with earlier comment the vernier gauge is the most usfull one unless you working down to I thou of an inch, a piece of normal printer paper is 4.5 thou thick, just used mic on it.

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General / Re: Birmingham CAZ
« on: 15 March 2019, 02:57:22 PM »

who the F*** wants to go to Birmingham anyway???
Bit rude.
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Not me  :lol

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General / Re: pfucking load of crap
« on: 11 March 2019, 09:37:59 PM »
Ahhh! He’s gone, I feel a sort of berievement in some way. I felt that it was the sites job to help and educate the retard.

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General / Re: pfucking load of crap
« on: 10 March 2019, 07:09:09 PM »


Did I tell you my sink got blocked today


Ahh !!!!  :eek
Now we are talking.  :lol
I am assuming it was the kitchen sink as these are the most likely sinks to block, although with saying that! Bathroom basin sinks and baths themselves not to mention shower tray traps can also block, but these usually block from a different reason.
Soap scum and human hair are the main culprits and cause of blockage in the last 3 mentioned above. Fat, food waste deposits and 2 Ltrs Dirty Engine Oil are the cause of kitchen sink blockages.
So the moral of this story is stop washing, bathing, taking showers and eating and use the kitchen sink for the purpose it was designed for, motor cycle maintenance.
There you go motorcycle related   

😂😂


The reason your sink is blocked is because it has an EU metric size plug hole, if it had a good old British imperial size plug hole and trap then it would be free flowing forever,  Brexit can not come too soon.


Slappy that is bullshit and you know it, nothing to do with the metric/imperial plug hole is all to do with Fully Synthetic Oil.
I read somewhere that you should never ever put Fully Synthetic Oil down the kitchen sink because it coagulates and forms a thickish foaming sludge, and, as the waste pipe is only 1.25 inches it blocks, so it is the toilet pan for Fully Synthetic Oil as it has a 4 inch soil vent pipe and does not block so readily.
All other oils are fine down the kitchen sink and I have this on very good authority, and should you have a oil /sink blockage creosote is great at clearing it.  :D


Bullshit!  How very dare you!
That modern Fully Synthetic stuff  is made in litres, its metric so cannot go down an imperial size waste pipe, its an interference fit and thats why it just blocks up immediately.


FUCK I think you might be right, should be OK after Brexit though. NNNNNOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooo

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General / Re: Today's "What Gets My Goat"
« on: 09 March 2019, 06:46:09 PM »
Only 2 good things to come out of London the A1 & M1 heading north.


Err! Excuse me Steve you are forgetting the A3

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General / Re: pfucking load of crap
« on: 09 March 2019, 06:41:24 PM »


Did I tell you my sink got blocked today


Ahh !!!!  :eek
Now we are talking.  :lol
I am assuming it was the kitchen sink as these are the most likely sinks to block, although with saying that! Bathroom basin sinks and baths themselves not to mention shower tray traps can also block, but these usually block from a different reason.
Soap scum and human hair are the main culprits and cause of blockage in the last 3 mentioned above. Fat, food waste deposits and 2 Ltrs Dirty Engine Oil are the cause of kitchen sink blockages.
So the moral of this story is stop washing, bathing, taking showers and eating and use the kitchen sink for the purpose it was designed for, motor cycle maintenance.
There you go motorcycle related   

😂😂


The reason your sink is blocked is because it has an EU metric size plug hole, if it had a good old British imperial size plug hole and trap then it would be free flowing forever,  Brexit can not come too soon.


Slappy that is bullshit and you know it, nothing to do with the metric/imperial plug hole is all to do with Fully Synthetic Oil.
I read somewhere that you should never ever put Fully Synthetic Oil down the kitchen sink because it coagulates and forms a thickish foaming sludge, and, as the waste pipe is only 1.25 inches it blocks, so it is the toilet pan for Fully Synthetic Oil as it has a 4 inch soil vent pipe and does not block so readily.
All other oils are fine down the kitchen sink and I have this on very good authority, and should you have a oil /sink blockage creosote is great at clearing it.  :D [size=78%] [/size]

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General / Re: pfucking load of crap
« on: 09 March 2019, 08:37:50 AM »


Did I tell you my sink got blocked today


Ahh !!!!  :eek
Now we are talking.  :lol
I am assuming it was the kitchen sink as these are the most likely sinks to block, although with saying that! Bathroom basin sinks and baths themselves not to mention shower tray traps can also block, but these usually block from a different reason.
Soap scum and human hair are the main culprits and cause of blockage in the last 3 mentioned above. Fat, food waste deposits and 2 Ltrs Dirty Engine Oil are the cause of kitchen sink blockages.
So the moral of this story is stop washing, bathing, taking showers and eating and use the kitchen sink for the purpose it was designed for, motor cycle maintenance.
There you go motorcycle related   

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Yep I agree with all of that. It must carry a deterrent punishment, even for carrying a knife 'in defence'. As you say, the police aren't stupid.


But there must be other actions. Good friend of mine has just won an award for her theatre group touring schools with an anti - gang production. Money needs to be spent as well.


Even carrying a knife as you say 'in defence' the inference there is that you will use it, proving intention.
I could not say 'I am carrying a gun because some police do and they sometimes make mistakes so I am carrying it to defend myself', it is the same with a knife.


Hit the stupid shits hard who carrying an illegal blade longer than the legal size or with a flick action or locking blade, the police recognise muppets, they are the ones who usually mouth off to the police and loudly threaten them, saying shit like 'You are dead hard when there is 3 of you, if you were by yourself I would take you down' It is so easy to talk tough when you know that the police will not give them a chance to have a pop, often because they are on camera, or how would a policeman explain that his prisoner the innocent little victim had had the shit beaten out of him.
Put them in the prison for 5 years and there they can then practice all the mouthing off they want.


I agree with education the Anti-Gang theatre is a brilliant idea for children that are in school or members of clubs, it is deterrent from going down that route, but the idiots already on the streets will never hear that message, or would not want to.     

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You get the feeling this thread has been hyjacked.


Back on topic, I have to agree with Ogri48, 5 years for carrying a knife with intent. An 8 inch blade concealed about your person is intent.


Carrying a penknife or a multi tool is not the same as carrying a knife with a blade exceeding 7.62 cm or 3 inches, that is the legal maximum blade size you can carry about your person, but I believe then it has to be folding pocket knife.
If your multi tool has a knife blade that can be locked in the open position it is still illegal to carry it. Any knife that has an automatically opening blade is illegal as is any locking blade knife.
Carrying a knife in the passenger area of a car is unwise, even if it is used for hobby or work related things, best carried in the boot where it can not be reached easily.
The police are not stupid (generally) a lot of Stanley type knives have locking blades the push out of the handle with a shove from a thumb, if you have it in a glove box or door pocket of a car they will be suspicious, if it is in a tool bag or box or even a hobby/ fishing box in the boot it should not be a problem as long as you have not obviously tried to conceal it. Common sense must come into play,
Plus they must make an assessment on the individual concerned

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Fazer 1000/FZ1 corner / Re: ULEZ BREAKING NEWS
« on: 06 March 2019, 06:57:29 PM »
fight on dazza , i'am hope you win or the bike of no use  in a few weeks !!!!


That is encouraging  :'( [size=78%] [/size]

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A simple yes or no to my original post would have been good wasn't looking for a debate about who/why it's committed,  but  how do we stop or control it. Is it just humans who are capable of killing for other reasons than food.


Don’t forget the daleks

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OK.  Xenophobic then.

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Maybe the odd argumentative prick from Scotland, you could be right there.  :rollin

Dunno why that came oot sae large. :eek

I think it is called shouting  :rollin

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As I said before, the police should've done things American style
Fire a dozen bullets into any black person they don't like the look of?    Hmmmmm.
Yep, that comment right there, that attitude, making it into something it's not is not only part of the problem, it's the reason that most of the problems in today's society cannot be tackled or even spoke about in an open and honest way without the liberal appeasers labelling anyone who dares to address the root cause.Well done VNA. You have again proven you are either completely out of touch with reality or just someone who enjoys trolling this forum ... Or as I suspect....BOTH.


And VNA, the killers of Lee Rigby tried to decapitate him on the streets of our Capital in broad daylight and charged the police car as it pulled up, knives in hand, with the intent to kill or maim them.
They literally had seconds to react to defend themselves and any other members of the public or nearby military personnel who were mainly bandsmen.


you talk about them being judge, jury and executioner.... You truly haven't got a clue.


And there you go again with your "RACIST" label when someone points out an obvious fact.




I Seriously think its time that everybody who thinks VNA is just trolling, ignores his stupid, provocative and clearly baiting comments and input.
It's honestly not worth the effort to react or reply to.



How about shutting the Scottish borders to keep the blue people out of England :rollin :rollin :rollin
Blue not being a political statement

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Are you defending them then, is that what you’re saying?
I don’t believe in capital punishment, never mind certain American police force tactics, and most certainly not summary execution.


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There are many countries that behave in this barbaric way, then their people move over here "for a better life" but bring all their shit with them.


Are you racist?



I think to be a racist you actually have to mention a race or ethnic group.
To just make a comment that 'There are many countries that behave in this barbaric way, then their people move over here "for a better life" but bring all their shit with them' I personally don't think this is racist VNA, it is more a statement of fact, because that is exactly what happens and to be honest their are enough White English/British Born and Breed Fucktards in this county that would happily shove a pike into you, without importing more fucking idiots.

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Arm the populace.


That would certainly cut down knife crime  :rollin :lol :rollin :lol :rollin :2guns

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The purpose of reduced sentences is to encourage rehabilitation and remorse. I agree, for the worst murders this is not going to happen. In those cases life must mean life, and it mustn't be pleasant.

Now not having ever spent more than one night in a police station, I really don’t have any experiences of incarceration.
My understanding was that criminals do not go into prison to be punished, but that the removal of their liberty was indeed the punishment, and ideally come out a reformed person.

But for premeditated murder, and I think anyone going out carrying a knife I think premeditation is infered, a life sentence should be a minimum of 25 - 30 years. For someone who has killed more than once it should be their natural life.

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General / Re: Just for VNA a brexit thread
« on: 27 February 2019, 11:45:11 AM »

Went up to Cambridge for a few days to see my son, the wife and me were waiting in town and got chatting to a young English guy around 35 years of age selling copies of the Big Issue.
What a cracking bloke he was telling us one joke after another, he asked if we had heard of the Brexit Christmas Dinner, no Brussels, no Turkey and no place at the table. :rollin


Yep hilarious. I hope you bought a copy after all that free entertainment?


yep I did and i gave him a fiver, he told me they pay £1 each for them and sell them for the marked price of £2-50.
He said sometimes he only sells 10 or 11 a day, not a lot of money for possibly standing out in the pissing rain all day is it?  :'( 

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General / Re: Just for VNA a brexit thread
« on: 27 February 2019, 08:20:10 AM »
Went up to Cambridge for a few days to see my son, the wife and me were waiting in town and got chatting to a young English guy around 35 years of age selling copies of the Big Issue.
What a cracking bloke he was telling us one joke after another, he asked if we had heard of the Brexit Christmas Dinner, no Brussels, no Turkey and no place at the table. :rollin

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General / Help needed form wise Foccers
« on: 25 February 2019, 10:55:26 PM »
Hi chaps,
I have just fitted a new Lifan 125cc engine in my little Honda C90-G Cub, the engine is a direct replacement and all the engine mounting bolts line up.

There is one adjustment that is needed and that is the foot rest assembly that bolts on the bottom of the engine needs to be widened by 1.75 inches to accommodate the slightly wider engine at that point. (Cut, insert and weld new 45mm piece of 18mm round bar)
The front sprocket all seems to be inline, so that should be OK.

On the legal side what should the process be as far as informing DVLA and my insurance company?
The Honda is due a MOT in a week or so, should the MOT be done before informing DVLA or the other way around?

Any help would be appreciated.
Many thanks.
tommy
   

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