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forget it I worked it out I’m a dopy bugger Facepalm

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Why is there no Up Hill skiing in the Winter Olympics?

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Ragsy wrote:
Why is there no Up Hill skiing in the Winter Olympics?

Because we are on the wrong side of the equator. Silly

 

djozz quotes, "it came with chinese lettering that is chinese to me".

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Thanks MRsDNF
Shoulda known that ….me dumb dumb

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We can all be dopy buggers at times, just ask my wife! And I take full responsibility.

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MRsDNF wrote:
Ragsy wrote:
Why is there no Up Hill skiing in the Winter Olympics?
Because we are on the wrong side of the equator. Silly

yep because we do it here in Aussie land haha

what I did was as I was taking the tail cap off my L6 I inadvertently unscrewed that little

spacer and when I screwed the cap back on it stoped the cap from seating home and caused

a lock out Facepalm so for the rest of the night it sat on the back seat of the car .

got home and out with the DDM and did a continuity check and all good and then noticed

the gap so screwed it all down and viola she works .

as I said what a dopy bugger I am .

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Ragsy wrote:
Why is there no Up Hill skiing in the Winter Olympics?

There is

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