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  1. Liam - the receipt for the coilovers says saloon and touring, but I don't believe they would fit a touring
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  2. You're a man with a loft full of original, original bits.... just like me!
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  4. It's almost as if they're in some sort of "Union" or something [emoji848] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  5. 8 individual coils. See this thread for getting to them! http://www.bavarian-board.co.uk/forum_posts.asp?TID=47661&title=e60-545i-spark-plug-replacement Picture of coil included in thread. You might as well change the spark plugs while you are there..... I thought about changing the coils when I did the spark plugs but from memory it would have been another £24 or £36 per cylinder, adds up!
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  6. Only one more adjustment to go.... Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
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  7. No worries I can be a bit slow sometimes, but hey ho, better late than never I say!
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  8. I once found myself in hospital needing treatment after passing out at work. The one thing that struck me was the jobsworth attitude of the agency nurse, unlike the staffers. The agency nurse wouldn't do a thing outside her remit; the staffers all went the extra mile - even going and fetching me sandwiches and tea without my asking.
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  9. Rather a silly R4 interview with Boris Johnson this morning. The interviewer did himself no favours by persisting with unanswerable questions such as "If there is a £50billion exit bill, will you refuse to pay it?" and asking about the truthfulness of the Leave sides £350million claim, and Boris being Boris and turning every notional answer into a "Theresa is the best person to lead Britain through Brexit rather than hopeless Jeremy". Nothing was learned or gained from listening to this stalemate of loggerheads. Negotiations haven't begun so the 50/60billion figure is completely mute until then and there were massive untruths on either side of the Brexit vote that in all honestly probably equalled each other out.
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  10. Most current thinking is that there will be a funding gap of around £8billion a year by 2020. If you managed to save 2.3billion in year one what are you going to save in year 2? I dont think you're trying to dig holes in the NHS, the governments line is that it's all down to management problems and inefficiency and that's the message they put out through media channels. It's not surprising that people think that's the case. The numbers simply don't add up though and the situation on the ground tells the real story.
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  11. 309bhp in my GT means just enough power to haul the bloody thing!
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