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Post by JONESEY on Mon Jul 30 2012, 15:06

I have just sorted loading videos
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Re: Fairbanks Morse Headless

Post by Abes on Mon Jul 30 2012, 16:57

LOL sounds good mate just a shame cant see it bl**dy sunshine

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Re: Fairbanks Morse Headless

Post by stationary stu on Tue Jul 31 2012, 10:11

Way to go Jonesey, we have sound and movement now, sounds great!!! Your neighbours must love you running engines that early in the morning. Laughing Laughing Laughing

Thanks for sharing,
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Post by JONESEY on Tue Jul 31 2012, 23:01

Stu they are not very close to me, lol
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Re: Fairbanks Morse Headless

Post by mike d on Wed Aug 01 2012, 08:32

glad you have sussed out the video side of the forum Chris..now you need to show me how the hell to do it...lol..lol
i see you have a proper flat belt pulley on my engine now..you must let me know how much i owe you for it..lol..lol

as for the neighbors,they have to get a taxi to see chris...lol..lol,

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Re: Fairbanks Morse Headless

Post by stationary stu on Wed Aug 01 2012, 10:38

JONESEY wrote:Stu they are not very close to me, lol
Jonesey

Not surprising all the noise you make lol! lol! lol! and I wonder what there thoughts are on the large plastic sheep geek lol! lol! lol!

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Post by stationary stu on Wed Aug 01 2012, 10:45

mike d wrote:glad you have sussed out the video side of the forum Chris..now you need to show me how the hell to do it...lol..lol
i see you have a proper flat belt pulley on my engine now..you must let me know how much i owe you for it..lol..lol

as for the neighbors,they have to get a taxi to see chris...lol..lol,

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We just need Chris to learn where on the forum to put the videos now!! lol! lol! lol! Chris under the topic Videos looks a good place lol! lol!

I forgot how big his kingdom was, anyone else wanting that much land would have to move to oz lol! lol!

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Post by mike d on Wed Aug 01 2012, 10:50

mate that's not all of it..its massive..and hes got some else were......mite get told off for telling you..oh well
he was after a farm back a while ago..but the seller didn't like the cash offer..... scratch scratch
don't know what happened in the end...
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Post by stationary stu on Wed Aug 01 2012, 13:17

I had heard about the farm Wink expanding his kingdom.

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Re: Fairbanks Morse Headless

Post by mike d on Wed Aug 01 2012, 13:28

stationary stu wrote:I had heard about the farm Wink expanding his kingdom.

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must find out what ever happened to it...
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