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2 hours ago, Justme said:

I have no idea what you said.

Join the club.  He is an Oil man. K

 

... Think the other one is ' something in the City'  dunno  🤔

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8 minutes ago, Khriss said:

Quiet day today innit  😋  Must be the weather !   K

Not at all, I've been for a pub lunch, got my new phone sorted and put some new wheel trims on the motor, fairly normal Saturday... which includes reading shit from people on the internet.

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I think some times speeding up , if you have the grunt , can drag it back into line but then you have to slow down again and pass through the frequency that set it off in the first place . The best solution is not to tow a mobile chicane at all ! 😁  

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It was a quick learning curve Mr  @Stubby, i named it the Belgrano, as it felt like you were towing a battleship  -  i painted it battleship grey -  and it should have been sunk in tbe south Atlantic !!   K

 

( had a few good times in it tho fr 160 squid) 

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8 minutes ago, Khriss said:

It was a quick learning curve Mr  @Stubby, i named it the Belgrano, as it felt like you were towing a battleship  -  i painted it battleship grey -  and it should have been sunk in tbe south Atlantic !!   K

 

( had a few good times in it tho fr 160 squid) 

Argentine caravans are shit anyway mate 😁

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3 minutes ago, Stubby said:

Argentine caravans are shit anyway mate 😁

Mr Stubby as you well know all Argentinians ride horses they do not have motor caravans!  K

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1 hour ago, headgroundsman said:
  1. If applying power will straighten the snake how do you slow down again?

You ease off steady once its started to behave itself.  Got told how you drive half empty fuel tanker wagons, quite different to what you think, K

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thought i was going to witness a big crash yesterday heading to Plymouth ....black pick-up towing a trailer with a similar black pick-up on ...snaking started as he moved out of slow lane at about 50 -55 mph and crossed tram lines caused by HGV 's, big snaking action and all other traffic slowed expecting the inevitable but thankfully it never happened !!!!

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