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New tricks Old dog

Postby theape » Sun May 10, 2020 4:51 am

Never be scared to ask for help from another club member I say. Shout out to Noel who dropped what he was doing even if it was FTD, come over to my place, kept his distance, pulled a minor miracle and made my brake bleed in 30 minutes when after I spent 4 hours I gave up in disgust and got nothing. I reckon he gets a free coffee when I see him. Noel is a legend, just ask me and I will tell you what FTD means!
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Re: New tricks Old dog

Postby Cookie » Sun May 10, 2020 7:47 am

Here,here I second that. We are blessed to have many members that will jump in an assist - just last year Alex & Nev provided a Telephone brains trust to a member in need :)
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Re: New tricks Old dog

Postby wightman » Sun May 10, 2020 5:37 pm

Hi Alex. What does FTD mean? I remember giving up trying to bleed my K100 back brake. Took it to Vince and it was a non return valve in the slave cylinder but then it needed to be resleeved as well. Life's a journey; enjoy the ride. John :shock:
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Re: New tricks Old dog

Postby theape » Sat May 16, 2020 6:15 pm

Hello John, I will tell you about FTD when I am looking at you and we learnt that a bent pad retaining pin will curl your hair!
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