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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Richard Wood] #667160
14/10/20 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Richard Wood
Originally Posted by Viper

I bought my Plus 8 just before Christmas to use every day as I was soooo bored and driving a Morgan daily seemed like it’d make journeys more of an adventure.

ACF sprayed liberally and it survived and I’m still smiling


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That's what mine looks like now.......and I only washed it this morning swear

+1 Richard but then we did have a fun day out


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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: +8Rich] #667162
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Originally Posted by +8Rich
Originally Posted by Craig Jezz
Originally Posted by +8Rich
Use them or lose them... not made of sugar ..

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That's a lovely 4/4 you had Richard, its a shame you smashed it up
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Haha it was a certain so called celebrity chef (last surname Race) that munched it in his bratmobile Craig laugh2

Your memory is failing you Craig, it happens when you get old they tell me stirpot

Like the Phoenix it was bought from the scrapyard and flies around North Wales these days thumbs


"He" almost ruined a nice lunch, unfortunately he was on the next table to us at No.6 in Padstow a few years ago, politely (not) asked to shut his cake hole, pi$$ed up at 3pm with a very annoying jolly hockey sticks lady, not as bad as smashing your car up though Rich...

Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: PeterG] #667166
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Originally Posted by PeterG
Originally Posted by +8Rich
Originally Posted by Craig Jezz
Originally Posted by +8Rich
Use them or lose them... not made of sugar ..

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That's a lovely 4/4 you had Richard, its a shame you smashed it up
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Haha it was a certain so called celebrity chef (last surname Race) that munched it in his bratmobile Craig laugh2

Your memory is failing you Craig, it happens when you get old they tell me stirpot

Like the Phoenix it was bought from the scrapyard and flies around North Wales these days thumbs


"He" almost ruined a nice lunch, unfortunately he was on the next table to us at No.6 in Padstow a few years ago, politely (not) asked to shut his cake hole, pi$$ed up at 3pm with a very annoying jolly hockey sticks lady, not as bad as smashing your car up though Rich...

Peter nothing worse than that on an adjoining table, well done shutting him up and I hope the meal was good.

He is persona non grata down here after he left his wife and six kids and no staff paid, or suppliers of his restaurant and left for I'm a Celebrity.

His wife to her credit posted his mobile number on the door of said restaurant whilst she coped with the family.

When he hit my car his blonde new partner was keeping a tight reign on him whilst I put my case and supplied all the information and couldn't have been nicer, she wasn't a plumby thing quite normal so I guess he changes models frequently.

He chefs in Torquay nowadays so chose wisely..


Regards Richard

1999 Indigo Blue +8
2009 4/4 Sport Green prev
1994 Connaught Green +8 prev





Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Mc Black] #667182
14/10/20 05:59 PM
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He does look as though he is a true Dick Wad


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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: CooperMan] #667191
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Originally Posted by CooperMan
Craig, I hope that Makita radio is hung on a strong nail somestick



It looks pretty secure to me Jon.

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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Mc Black] #667588
17/10/20 03:13 PM
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Just wired in my new heated seats - definitely ready for winter now smile


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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Mc Black] #667595
17/10/20 03:47 PM
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TBM .... if your enthusiasm prompts you to post pics of your glowing cheeks by way of proving they work .... might I suggest putting them in 'soap box' to protect those of a nervous disposition rofl

K

Ps .... interested to hear how they work out as considering fitting them to mine .... may pick your brains on the subject in the future.

Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Image] #667601
17/10/20 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Image
TBM .... if your enthusiasm prompts you to post pics of your glowing cheeks by way of proving they work .... might I suggest putting them in 'soap box' to protect those of a nervous disposition rofl

K

Ps .... interested to hear how they work out as considering fitting them to mine .... may pick your brains on the subject in the future.


No glowing cheek photos - I promise smile

Just had them running for 10 mins and stuck the IR thermometer on them. Already 30+ degrees. Got the kits from ebay, the were about £40 the pair. Chris (trimmer) also uses them on the Cobra replicas he works on.


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Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: Mc Black] #667661
18/10/20 09:21 AM
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TBM, what wattage are they? Do they need a relay? Did you have any problems finding heated pads for the small seats in the 4/4? Most modern car seats are somewhat larger!
I must admit the heated seats in my MX5 certainly take the chill off and then some!

Re: Preparation for the winter time [Re: thelastgizmo] #667676
18/10/20 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted by thelastgizmo
TBM, what wattage are they? Do they need a relay? Did you have any problems finding heated pads for the small seats in the 4/4? Most modern car seats are somewhat larger!
I must admit the heated seats in my MX5 certainly take the chill off and then some!


These are the ones I got. The wiring pack comes with a built in relay, switch and fuses. Just need to connect to +ve and -ve. Not sure of the wattage but it's claimed 45 degree / 1.5 Amp draw on low, 70 degree/ 5 amp draw on high.

The heat pads are one size, but can be cut down to fit..

Just had a trip to the garden centre to try them. Stuck them on high setting and then had to turn them down (on my side) to the low setting as they were very warm. The low setting was just right for me (and this was through jeans, belstaff and fleece). Mrs is VERY happy with them, which is a definite bonus.

Ebay Heated Seat kit.


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