Hood stowage cover protector

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Elanlover » Thu 20.07.2017, 11:31

I'll cough up a spot on the list for Spud as I was on twice only to have a spare.

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dave Eds » Thu 20.07.2017, 12:03

:bowdown:

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Scott » Fri 21.07.2017, 05:33

C'mon lets do it!!!!
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Mon 14.08.2017, 21:24

Is this progressing?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Wed 06.09.2017, 16:30

Anyone?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby markv » Fri 08.09.2017, 08:43

I've only just seen this as it all happened while I was on holiday. In the faint hope that Geoff might find more than 12 when he checks in the loft or the even fainter possibility that somebody drops out, I've put my name on at the bottom

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7.saltire
8. Scott
9. Giniw (if the shipping to France is not ridiculous of course ^^
10. Simonbuk
11. Steve A
12. HJ2

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Thu 28.09.2017, 22:26

Evening, All.

I've tried to contact Geoff several times to see what is happening with the protectors, but to no avail. Does anyone know what's happening?

Many thanks,

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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby clemo » Sat 30.09.2017, 00:50

Dom wrote:Evening, All.

I've tried to contact Geoff several times to see what is happening with the protectors, but to no avail. Does anyone know what's happening?

Many thanks,

Dom



Geof is on his way down to Spain so my be away for a few days whist en route ...
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 19.01.2018, 22:41

clemo wrote:
Dom wrote:Evening, All.

I've tried to contact Geoff several times to see what is happening with the protectors, but to no avail. Does anyone know what's happening?

Many thanks,

Dom



Geof is on his way down to Spain so my be away for a few days whist en route ...
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In the meantime, I've managed to extricate some from Merv's hyper-sticky masking tape and have found a suitable container to (hopefully) protect them from Postman Pat's delicate mitts. First two UK names from the list to volunteer can have them - all I would ask is that you're in a position to fix them relatively quickly as it would be good to know they're still good before I extricate the rest.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dave Eds » Fri 19.01.2018, 23:01

Go on then :D
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Fri 19.01.2018, 23:21

Yes, please!
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 19.01.2018, 23:34

E-mail me your addresses then...
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Sat 20.01.2018, 09:51

Bother - we had two full-scale power failures yesterday, so I missed this. Hopefully the others will be in a good condition when disinterred.

SSE have told us they don’t know what’s causing the power in our close to trip and they say it’s likely to happen again at any time - or maybe not for five years or so. Lotusflasherman, are you doing any consultancy work- I think they need you :D
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Dom » Sat 20.01.2018, 18:55

GeoffSmith wrote:E-mail me your addresses then...


Email sent. Much appreciated, Geoff.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 20.01.2018, 20:45

I do like a good hard luck story so you'd better e-mail me your address Jonathan and I'll send you the spare one.

I've got Dave's and Dom's addresses and you can all settle up if they're still usable.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Saltire » Sat 20.01.2018, 21:31

Email sent; much appreciated. 240 volts all day today. So far
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby GeoffSmith » Sat 20.01.2018, 21:55

Saltire wrote:Email sent; much appreciated. 240 volts all day today. So far

Better than one Christmas day several years ago when we had about 150V. We gave up warming the turkey until they got a generator hooked up and we ate very late that year. One disadvantage of living in the sticks, although they have just strung some fibre down the road so I might upgrade and increase my upload speed from 0.25Mbps to something sensible.
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Rambo » Sat 20.01.2018, 22:03

That's fast Geoff. I'm still on dial up :-D
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby clemo » Mon 22.01.2018, 10:35

Am i late to the party ?
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Re: Hood stowage cover protector

Postby Tuga2112 » Mon 22.01.2018, 10:46

just forthe sake of the argument, id like to point out, im still interested in a pair as per list.
im also keeping an eye on the thread. and dont have the time to be a guinea pig sadly, as im still struggling to find a garage to work on the elan.... at least until the weather permits working outside.
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