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View Poll Results: Where and when should the LSTR meet?
Do the LSTR on the last Sunday and the aLmoSTR on the second Sunday 13 81.25%
Do one month London, next month Away 3 18.75%
Do them on the same day, and let people chose which to go to 0 0%
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Old 02-03-2010, 08:55 AM
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What Tempra Said.
Come to a Meet and give everyone some Stick, Be prepared to take some and your a Member
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:07 AM
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I wasn't sure if it was a club, with a chairman, commitee and all that !!

I went to the last meeting so does that make me a member by default
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your not a full member till we have ripped the pee out of you and given you a sill nickname regarding your dress sense or something...
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:14 AM
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your not a full member till we have ripped the pee out of you and given you a sill nickname regarding your dress sense or something...
With my dress sense you'll have endless possibilities :-)
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:30 AM
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your not a full member till we have ripped the pee out of you and given you a sill nickname regarding your dress sense or something...
and Andy's crashed into you
make sure your rigs is shockingly unreliable as well (sh=t thats me)
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:35 AM
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your not a full member till we have ripped the pee out of you and given you a sill nickname regarding your dress sense or something...
Hmm sounds like me
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Well, all of you are about two years behind on your subs...
I'll be PM'ing individual members with Paypal address and full details of what you owe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And Elliot, you put up with us lot for a whole day, you are in by default!!!

Julius too.
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remember what happened with my scx10 roll-cage???
well inchurance company ( ) make new rollcage ant new style front bumper





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some cool vids there guys i just sorted mine out will up load it later.
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That's a pretty novel use of the axial links Julius. Nice job!
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Didn't think about it at the last GTG but I have a washer called a dirt worker http://www.dirtworker.co.uk/products/index.html
I use to clean the mountainbike up after a muddy ride. It has water on board and plugs into the lighter socket.
I'll pop it in the back for the next meet so if anyone wants to wash their truck off they can.
Only thing I'd ask is pop a 2l bottle of water in your boot so we can keep it topped up for everyone.
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Didn't think about it at the last GTG but I have a washer called a dirt worker http://www.dirtworker.co.uk/products/index.html
I use to clean the mountainbike up after a muddy ride. It has water on board and plugs into the lighter socket.
I'll pop it in the back for the next meet so if anyone wants to wash their truck off they can.
Only thing I'd ask is pop a 2l bottle of water in your boot so we can keep it topped up for everyone.
Can it Repair Bodywork too???
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:27 PM
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Can it Repair Bodywork too???
It's more likely to blast more of your truck away
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were meant to clean them!, now that's where I'm going wrong
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That's a pretty novel use of the axial links Julius. Nice job!
thanks LondonF350 for his time ok rollcage from links, later I buy all staff neaded for brazing, and make nice front bumper and roll cage




LOKI i know you have nice video also
we waiting for it


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