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  1. You may wish to inquire about the under tray for...

    You may wish to inquire about the under tray for the nose since it also appears to be missing?
  2. I stand corrected and educated :)

    I stand corrected and educated :)
  3. A very good point! Sleeveless crimps are...

    A very good point!
    Sleeveless crimps are definitely stronger and soldering them is a good touch too!
    Doing that and coating them with heat shrink may seem like an excessive load of effort, but they...
  4. I'm a fan of heat shrink sleeves, they're more...

    I'm a fan of heat shrink sleeves, they're more likely to stay where you put it :)
    The crimping tool might do the job but I personally prefer the type that forces an indent into the crimp, they seem...
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    Glad to hear it :D

    Glad to hear it :D
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    They were informed and the part was added to the...

    They were informed and the part was added to the NOVA listing :)
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    David, you might want to support the skoobynova's...

    David, you might want to support the skoobynova's nose, its starting to droop under its own weight
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    The dream's been there since I first saw a nova...

    The dream's been there since I first saw a nova in a magazine 32 years ago, then was rekindled when I was at university in Middlesbrough thanks to a local garage storing two sterlings that were...
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    As much as I'd like to, I neither have the...

    As much as I'd like to, I neither have the facilities nor finances to even consider it right now...
    Maybe after my current loan's cleared, I'll be able to invest in such a project :)
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    Agreed, Alistair. I got a response from the...

    Agreed, Alistair.
    I got a response from the auctioneers, they thanked me for the info and added the under tray to the listing :thumbup:
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    I looked at it... interesting, the only part...

    I looked at it... interesting, the only part "missing" is the rest of the nose, however, I found it listed independantly as a "bonnet".
    I emailed them in the hopes they put them together.
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    I vaguelly recall someone else mentioning...

    I vaguelly recall someone else mentioning similar, but they also mentioned supporting the front too, to reduce the risk of "droop"
  13. Good luck Alistair, I'm one of those who is a bad...

    Good luck Alistair, I'm one of those who is a bad example and couldn't offer any help since I own my own server and no, while I may host my own images, I can't offer image hosting for others.
  14. Thread: 2 Post Lift

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    Glad to hear what little I learned in...

    Glad to hear what little I learned in construction was of use to you Dirk :)
    That bit about tightening the bolts was something I learned the hard way when a much younger and over-eager to get...
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    Lauren, you recall my mentioning how reliant...

    Lauren, you recall my mentioning how reliant scimitar's were lined with sand bag ballast to keep them on the ground? That is the model I was talking about :)
  16. Thread: 2 Post Lift

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    Fair enough, glad you're happy with the floor :)...

    Fair enough, glad you're happy with the floor :)
    As for the levelling shims, if they leave any voids under the legs once the lifts are set in place, levelled and fixed, I suggest temporarily setting...
  17. Thread: 2 Post Lift

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    Interesting, you also proved to those who don't...

    Interesting, you also proved to those who don't already know, how difficult it is to get a good finish on a floor. I assume you allowed it to firm up and float finished it to get it to blend in with...
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    I don't know if this would work, but couldn't you...

    I don't know if this would work, but couldn't you use something like a washable spray adhesive to temporarily tack black or coloured sheeting/fabric/material to the inside of the canopy and see what...
  19. Thread: Sad News

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    You're welcome Jim, and the same to you and...

    You're welcome Jim, and the same to you and yours. As I say to many who I know online;
    "Real life and those important to you and yours always come first."
    We're all rooting for you, Sarah and...
  20. Believe me, if I had the funds, the seller would...

    Believe me, if I had the funds, the seller would be missing his hand
  21. Thread: 2 Nova's

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    Welcome back to the asylum Alan :D Looking...

    Welcome back to the asylum Alan :D
    Looking forward to seeing the progress of your new projects
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    :clapping::thumbup::cheers:...

    :clapping::thumbup::cheers: :clapping::thumbup::cheers::clapping::thumbup::cheers::clapping::thumbup::cheers:
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    Cheers! I look forward to it when it comes :D

    Cheers!
    I look forward to it when it comes :D
  24. Thread: Other Jobs

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    Good to know, I saw the 'tube, very nice :D

    Good to know, I saw the 'tube, very nice :D
  25. Thread: Other Jobs

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    I recall seeing someone on youtube use a mill...

    I recall seeing someone on youtube use a mill with a rotating platform to cut something with a recess in it. I would assume Dirk did the same.

    The platform was like a lathe chuck and he could set...
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