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About fellie

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    Once an Admin ;)
  • Birthday 03/13/1975

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    Waddington, Lincoln
  • Occupation
    Aeronautical Engineer / Instructor

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    Insignia SRi cdti 160

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  1. Hello bmw5forum

    Possible purchase made... Not a BMW :S
  2. Triumph street triple R

    Lincoln's a long way from anywhere
  3. Triumph street triple R

    www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/lincolnshire-road-safety-partnership/motorcycling/performance-plus/120336.article £99 I have a feeling if I start track says I'd never stop lol. And that's probably be same if and when I try a litre bike, there'll be no going back haha.
  4. Triumph street triple R

    Excellent !! Lots of travelling, very envious. The triple is great, the inline 4 bored me within a month, the triple has power from very low down, love it. I'll be at donington on 22 mar, bsb practice day. Early May I'm doing a ' performance plus' course at cadwell park ; half classroom and half track and slow skills etc. Did it 2 years ago and found it useful.
  5. Triumph street triple R

    Well as part of my resettlement package and leaving the RAF after 23 years in 2015, I took my full motorbike license. Had the Honda cbr600f as my first bike for a year, and the triumph 675 I've had almost a year now. Anyone else consider themself a biker?
  6. Hello bmw5forum

    Hi all, nice to see the forum still flourishing ! Once more I find myself perusing e60's on autotrader. Nothing wrong with my insignia, apart from it being horendously uninvolving, it's neither bad or particularly good at anything Oh and after 4 years I'm bored of it haha. What would you guys that own \ have owned an e60\61 recommend engine wise. Cheers
  7. RIP Donut

    Sad news. You'll never meet a nicer guy. RIP Darren. Thanks for the last 13 years buddy.
  8. Hello, I'm new :D

    Both Duncan, you were right lol. Divorce, ops, moving ( house and job x 3 ).... to much to list lol. H&J Frank, there for lunch today actually, I'm guessing your local ?
  9. Hello, I'm new :D

    Back to 5s ... Not sure, been in this Insignia Sri cdti 2010 with 50k since January, equivalent 5 would have been a 2005 /6 plate .... So maybe when I change jobs at 40 ( in a years time )
  10. Hello, I'm new :D

    Hello all, Not new as such Thought I'd pop my head in and wish you all a Merry Chrsitmas and Happy New year.
  11. What is everyone up to...right now?

    Drinking pints of spicy and coke on an empty stomach ....
  12. How do I remove a snapped bolt?

    Failing that, drill then tap it out. Or.. how many threads available, shortened bolt ?
  13. Karcher Pressure Washers

    Pressure washer to remove initial dirt, and wet the car. Snowfoam to absorb / lift anything more stubborn. Blast that off. Wash the car, mitt of some description, not a sponge ! Blast again with pressure washer. Uses less water than a hose with better and faster results
  14. Happy Birthday Mr Donut

    As old as me again mate ATB
  15. Inconsiderate Parking

    Good luck when you find yourself in a situation that requires you to use on of these parking spots, and some 'yoof' in a nice car has taken the spot There are equal arguements for both sides of the story, car parks should simply have requisite sized spaces. There is no excuse then for damaging another vehicle, (because yet again, your struggling in a standard sized space to extract children / the mobility challenged). If anyone knows of a childminding service available in the Lincoln area, Ill gladly not take my kids to the supermarket ever again ( in reality.. I do it all online for that very reason ) Seems a few people need to put their tar brushes away to, never have I parked blocking traffic, even if it means hauling a wheelchair for a mile, or simply not going to the shop .. .my attitude was pretty selfish as seen above, before we found ourselves in the current ( long term ) situ and had to take the wife out in the car. I wouldn't wish anyone to genuinely need a blue badge ( seems many don't that actually do have it ) ... but seriously ladies !!
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