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- Wed Oct 22, 2014 11:25 pm
- Forum: Can Am chat
- Topic: Can-am's at Bruntingthorpe
- Replies: 7
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:D Hey Murdock how you doing? long time no see!! When I was first looking for a Bombardier I too was up at Brunty for Asdas on your marks day( on every year ) and came across one of the Can Ams it was up & running then but no kick start and looking tatty, he wanted silly money for it, no way was it...
Well I've been to Brunty again and he won't sell the Canam's :cry: Pity because their both registered. Also the engines are missing because some one took them out, after which they went walk-about :?: So their just rotting away unloved :twisted: On another note the ride in the JP was awesome :D Here...
Interesting rack as you say, will ask Paul for his thoughts for you. Lucky you getting a JP ride. Are you also one of us pilots on the forum? No I'm not a pilot :roll: I just know some one who's one of the helpers there. When I say a ride in a JP, it's only a fast taxi ride. It'll do me :D I'll try...
http://i59.tinypic.com/11mdu1h.jpg I was at Bruntingthorpe aircraft museum at the weekend, and while rooting about like you do I found these two engineless Can-am's. I'm off there again for a ride in a JP in August. I'll see if their for sale ;) Edit.. Just noticed the nearest one has a rear rack l...
Here's an interesting one from America These are basically a light weight pit bike with down hill mountain bike running gear. Wonder how it'll take to catch on over here Could even become a new sport http://www.motopeds.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
- Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:31 pm
- Forum: Workshop Banter
- Topic: Sandblaster Advice please
- Replies: 7
- Views: 590
I got one of these from machine mart a few years ago http://www.machinemart.co.uk/shop/product/details/clarke-cpsb100-pressurised-sandblaster" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; But I payed just over Ã‚Â£100 on one of their VAT off sales. I find it a useful piece of kit for the money. BUT y...
- Sat Oct 19, 2013 9:40 pm
- Topic: HVLP Spraying
- Replies: 12
- Views: 254
Right listen up. I have a Body shop and paint for living. When it comes to spray tackle you get what you pay for OK :o IMHO if you want a good usable DIY set up buy the biggest compressor you can. Then has for the spray gun get one of those small smart repair gravity feed guns with a 1mm fluid tip ...