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fifth MOT passed today (in my ownership) on my 2004 Hiace. 205400 miles clocked. passed with an just an advice on 2 tyres, slight sidewall damage. VW Transporters?shove 'em.
 
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fifth MOT passed today (in my ownership) on my 2004 Hiace. 205400 miles clocked. passed with an just an advice on 2 tyres, slight sidewall damage. VW Transporters?shove 'em.
OFF TOPIC CHAT!!!!

It's not for the main electrical forum you lazy git.

Post in the proper forums. We all have to look for them.

If all threads were posted in one forum. We're basically a whatsapp group. And who can keep up with one of those with 20-odd thousands contributors in it?

Thread moved for you. Last time that is though.
 

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OFF TOPIC CHAT!!!!

It's not for the main electrical forum you lazy git.

Post in the proper forums. We all have to look for them.

If all threads were posted in one forum. We're basically a whatsapp group. And who can keep up with one of those with 20-odd thousands contributors in it?

Thread moved for you. Last time that is though.
sorry dan. i was looking for van/vehicle forum and the only one i could find was electric vehicles.
 

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sorry dan. i was looking for van/vehicle forum and the only one i could find was electric vehicles.
Fair enough mate. Bless you for trying to find one for me. :)

If it's not electrical at all, always aim for Off-Topic Electrician Chat or whatever it's called in here. :)
 

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Hey Dan, stop picking on the pensioner's 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂
 

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Fair enough mate. Bless you for trying to find one for me. :)

If it's not electrical at all, always aim for Off-Topic Electrician Chat or whatever it's called in here. :)
having said that. i notice your started threads... best van for electricians 2019/2020... and fixradio in electrical forum. goose and gander??? :D :D :D
 

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buzz. yo're supposed to blank off the number plate when you upload a pic. of you own van.
 

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toyota hiace for the van. big enough for anyone, 40mpg and they don't break down. mine is an '04, 180,000 on the clock. just flew MOT without any advisories. should be able to get a 2004/5 for under 2K

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try telling that to my toyota hiace. just passed yet another MOT @ 189,000 miles. in the 2½ years i've had it, i've spent a total of £60 ( oil & filter ) .

...And yes the alternator pulley fell off my citroen ..
at a lot less miles !
 

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fifth MOT passed today (in my ownership) on my 2004 Hiace. 205400 miles clocked. passed with an just an advice on 2 tyres, slight sidewall damage. VW Transporters?shove 'em.
When I saw the thread title, I thought you were on about yourself :)

So with that in mind; GP said 73 years passed, advised on two knee replacements and cut back on beer & fags to reduce the saggy belly. Also advise considering using a walking frame or one of these;
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PS, you can use the basket underneath, to put your two cans of Special Brew when you visit the local convenience store.
 

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When I saw the thread title, I thought you were on about yourself :)

So with that in mind; GP said 73 years passed, advised on two knee replacements and cut back on beer & fags to reduce the saggy belly. Also advise considering using a walking frame or one of these;
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PS, you can use the basket underneath, to put your two cans of Special Brew when you visit the local convenience store.
My thoughts as well ;)
 

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When I saw the thread title, I thought you were on about yourself :)

So with that in mind; GP said 73 years passed, advised on two knee replacements and cut back on beer & fags to reduce the saggy belly. Also advise considering using a walking frame or one of these;
View attachment 52353

PS, you can use the basket underneath, to put your two cans of Special Brew when you visit the local convenience store.
on a more serious note, i not done too bad. never had any major illness, no broken bones. could pack in the beer and fags, but would not live any longer. it would just appear so. if it were not for the tax/duty/vat us reprobates paid on beer and fags, the NHS would have collapsed years ago. us smokers have paid for our smoking related problems tenfold, subsidising the non-smokers stress related treatments as well. just hope i can holdout for another 15 years, then i may have recovered all the taxes i've paid in with my pittance of a state pension, which just about pays for essentials ( beer and fags). for luxuries like food , bills, etc. i still need to work, albeit only 3 days a week. rant over. :D :D :D .
 
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