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    The what I f^cked up today thread...

    I think that might need a bit more than a bit of baler twine or duct tape to fix... :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
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    OBD2 DTC readers

    I got a cheap Bluetooth one & use an app on my phone - much better than the self contained units unless you're spending big money.
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    Any drainage experts on here

    Got a pile of them sat behind the barn, I can't quite bring myself to break them up for hardcore!
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    Coldplays world tour.

    Corrected that for you...
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    Retractable air line reel and electric extension cable

    Only 13A if fully uncoiled.
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    Pillar drill

    Make your own with some steel & a mag drill?
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    River Lugg, Herefordshire

    They're not professional lumberjacks.... professionals don't use their saw as a spade...
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    River Lugg, Herefordshire

    Had similar here, smashed a hedge back drastically end of February & got loads of hassle - the bits I cut have grown like mad & held finch nests for the first time in quite a few years... the bits I didn't get a chance have almost no new growth & have only appealed to the rats on wings.
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    Project Zetros

    My guesses are: Van only appears to be secured by straps on the front wheels Insecure loader due to the use of straps instead of chains and not positioned to adequately secure the loader in the event of the trailer tipping over. May require C1E or CE licence category depending on how the towing...
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    Patching big 6 sheets

    Get the roof replaced sooner rather than later if possible with the way asbestos disposal costs are going! That said, depending on the hole locations, you can do the old trick of sliding a piece of guttering under the sheet....
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    Workshop bench.

    I'd go box section unless you have a pile of spare angle lying around as the end result tends to be stronger, plus clearing crud out of the shelf corners is a pain. Depending on the depth, put the under shelves on runners so that you can slide them out rather than having to rummage around...
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    Vintage Metal trestle stand

    Some years ago I had a vintage lathe for sale on flebay - the winning bidder was going to use the cast iron legs to make a table as that was his speciality. For some reason he was unable to collect & so let me sell it on again and keep the money he had paid for it... obviously making stupid...
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    Applying for a Firearms Licence.

    It is entirely possible, particularly when dealing with paranoid schizophrenia as the paranoid aspect will lead the patient to believe that they are being persecuted & a false diagnosis is being used to get at them, they will often see the medication that moderates their condition as causing the...
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    Any one else panicking

    It has been building up over time, in reality the "shortage" in tanker drivers is that under normal conditions there's just enough, but with a slew of covid isolations and drivers being tempted away from tanker work with promises of better pay in general haulage etc., the cover became too thin...
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    Any one else panicking

    The problem is that refilling over 8000 filling stations takes time - especially as regular high mileage drivers will be continuing to require fuel. For instance the local big Tesco is situated on an industrial estate & normally in the mornings there is a stream of vans passing through as well...