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E: Engine Rattling Comet

Chris Launders

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That has reminded me of a job I've been meaning to do, repack the tool tray so they don't bang about, keep forgetting until I hit a rough road.
 

Colin

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Thanks for that kind remark, Robert, and for all the other "likes". I too am glad it was an easy solve...:):):)
 

Colin

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Chris.
I've got some very fetching pink sleeping mat foam, if required, ideal for stopping rattling tools!
 

Robert Watson

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That's far too "girly" Colin (can I say that theses days or will they tear my statue down). I of course have much more "manly" bits of blue sleeping mat foam!
 

Colin

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Don't blame me Robert, I'm sure it was Bill Easter who dumped it, I just collected it "In case it came in useful"
 

vibrac

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You should all be using your HRD embroidered dust cloths shame on you and with the red thread edging the blue edging was from Harper engines 'black widow' program and is not original :rolleyes:
 

Colin

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Tim
:):):)I'll have you know that no dust gets on my HRD embroidered dust cloth, or any nasty grease, oil etc. It is an HRD artifact and will go on E Bay for a small fortune in due course
 

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