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A new friend for J9
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userhowie
Posted: 9 August 2008 6:31 PM
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donna miller - 2008-08-09 6:10 PM

The truth is, most fellas think women are like modern day diesels in that we are ready to go at the turn of a key.

Now, in reality, cast your mind back to the diesel engines of the 70s and 80s, you had to apply the pre heat at least a couple of times before you attempted the start.

I thought that if I put it into mechanical terms, it may be easier for you guys to understand
Much easier Donna, just as we men sometimes need to be cranked up and started by hand.

Edited by howie 2008-08-09 6:33 PM
userTracker
Posted: 9 August 2008 7:44 PM
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Liberal pre heating and the turning on all 25 keys in the correct order followed by anti freeze and brake fluid removal ought to get things up and running then Donna - as long as the battery has not got a headache eh?
usertwooks
Posted: 9 August 2008 9:40 PM
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don't forget to use just the very finest most expensive fuel - the equivalent of 5* in fact
[showing my age again ]
makes running so much smoother


userGeof & Angi
Posted: 11 August 2008 12:49 AM
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Yep thats it, and dont forget the Wynns/STP just to keep the smooth action if you run out of lubricant

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userROON
Posted: 11 August 2008 9:21 AM
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Referring to Janine's question - who fires your bolt or whatever it was (memory like a sieve!) -


oooooooooooh ANDREW CASTLE off GMTV . I love him.
userMel B
Posted: 11 August 2008 10:36 PM
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Are we talking 2-stroke or 4-stroke engines?
userGeof & Angi
Posted: 12 August 2008 9:54 PM
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I would suggest 4 stroke as it's not oil as such

Geof
userMel B
Posted: 13 August 2008 5:52 PM
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I must admit I have a soft spot for the smell of 2-stroke oil ... we used to have a Bond Mk G Estate Minicar (microcar) that ran on 2-stroke ... ooooooo the clouds of smoke when it was cold .... I can smell it now!!! Cough, cough, cough .... choke ...... wheeze
userdonna miller
Posted: 13 August 2008 9:24 PM
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Castrol X and methanol at the speedway on a saturday night.

Come on the Bees.
userMel B
Posted: 13 August 2008 9:30 PM
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OOOooooooooo ... I'd forgotten about the smell of speedway bikes! My first date with my hubby-to-be was to speedway .... He hadn't told his Mum and step Dad the he had asked me out and his Dad was grinning from ear to ear when he spotted us and my hubby-to-be went bright red!!!
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