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 Post subject: Re: Michelin
PostPosted: Mon May 23, 2016 10:22 pm 
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Had the Michelin Man out this week to look at some tyres.
Any way he was telling us that Michelin dont recommend tyre press for its tyres now, but they measure the deflection in the tyre when fully loaded.


What do you have to run the tyre pressures when it's empty? :?
... or half full? :scratch:



I think you are missing the point, It is no different to running the tyre at a known presser.
If you are running half full you can pump the tyres up to the recommend hight.

You sound like a cow farmer, what to you lube your bearings? string and cow muck?



Saucer of milk for Kipster. Who rattled your cage ?

I had a kipper for breakfast this morning. Got some bones stuck in me throat.



No you are right Hilly, was having a bit of a bad day.
The wife said to me "Oh Ghost is on tonight, i love that film. Do you now the first film I saw Demi Moore in?"
"Showgirls?"
"Do wont to let me tell this story or not?"
"But my dear, you ask if I know what was the first film you saw Demi Moore in?"
"I know, but you are not meant to answer"

So I am sorry for the upset I have brought to you over my rude comment.


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 Post subject: Re: Michelin
PostPosted: Mon May 23, 2016 10:30 pm 
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kipper wrote:
Fat Hill wrote:
kipper wrote:
The Squire wrote:
kipper wrote:
Had the Michelin Man out this week to look at some tyres.
Any way he was telling us that Michelin dont recommend tyre press for its tyres now, but they measure the deflection in the tyre when fully loaded.


What do you have to run the tyre pressures when it's empty? :?
... or half full? :scratch:



I think you are missing the point, It is no different to running the tyre at a known presser.
If you are running half full you can pump the tyres up to the recommend hight.

You sound like a cow farmer, what to you lube your bearings? string and cow muck?



Saucer of milk for Kipster. Who rattled your cage ?

I had a kipper for breakfast this morning. Got some bones stuck in me throat.



No you are right Hilly, was having a bit of a bad day.
The wife said to me "Oh Ghost is on tonight, i love that film. Do you now the first film I saw Demi Moore in?"
"Showgirls?"
"Do wont to let me tell this story or not?"
"But my dear, you ask if I know what was the first film you saw Demi Moore in?"
"I know, but you are not meant to answer"

So I am sorry for the upset I have brought to you over my rude comment.

It was the funniest Ffuking post I've read in ages. :lol:
Mags would have laughed too because their kit is spotless for dairy farmers.

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PostPosted: Mon May 23, 2016 11:49 pm 
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Lord Muck wrote:
kipper wrote:
Fat Hill wrote:
kipper wrote:
The Squire wrote:

What do you have to run the tyre pressures when it's empty? :?
... or half full? :scratch:



I think you are missing the point, It is no different to running the tyre at a known presser.
If you are running half full you can pump the tyres up to the recommend hight.

You sound like a cow farmer, what to you lube your bearings? string and cow muck?



Saucer of milk for Kipster. Who rattled your cage ?

I had a kipper for breakfast this morning. Got some bones stuck in me throat.



No you are right Hilly, was having a bit of a bad day.
The wife said to me "Oh Ghost is on tonight, i love that film. Do you now the first film I saw Demi Moore in?"
"Showgirls?"
"Do wont to let me tell this story or not?"
"But my dear, you ask if I know what was the first film you saw Demi Moore in?"
"I know, but you are not meant to answer"

So I am sorry for the upset I have brought to you over my rude comment.

It was the funniest Ffuking post I've read in ages. :lol:
Mags would have laughed too because their kit is spotless for dairy farmers.

You're so kind! :roll:

Also laughed - after I rolled my eyes a few more times - because you took my question seriously! :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 12:49 pm 
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Look out there's going to be a group hug any second ........................................ :roll:

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Look out there's going to be a group hug any second ........................................ :roll:

You're not invited you grufty bastard.

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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 8:34 pm 
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You're so kind! :roll:

Also laughed - after I rolled my eyes a few more times - because you took my question seriously! :lol:


I also can not believe I took you seriously.


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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 8:53 pm 
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kipper wrote:
Fat Hill wrote:
kipper wrote:
The Squire wrote:
kipper wrote:
Had the Michelin Man out this week to look at some tyres.
Any way he was telling us that Michelin dont recommend tyre press for its tyres now, but they measure the deflection in the tyre when fully loaded.


What do you have to run the tyre pressures when it's empty? :?
... or half full? :scratch:



I think you are missing the point, It is no different to running the tyre at a known presser.
If you are running half full you can pump the tyres up to the recommend hight.

You sound like a cow farmer, what to you lube your bearings? string and cow muck?



Saucer of milk for Kipster. Who rattled your cage ?

I had a kipper for breakfast this morning. Got some bones stuck in me throat.



No you are right Hilly, was having a bit of a bad day.
The wife said to me "Oh Ghost is on tonight, i love that film. Do you now the first film I saw Demi Moore in?"
"Showgirls?"
"Do wont to let me tell this story or not?"
"But my dear, you ask if I know what was the first film you saw Demi Moore in?"
"I know, but you are not meant to answer"

So I am sorry for the upset I have brought to you over my rude comment.

Hey, are you married to my ex wife? :D

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 Post subject: Re: Michelin
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 9:14 pm 
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Can their be two?


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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 9:31 pm 
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Can their be two?

Let's hope not.

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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2016 9:59 pm 
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kipper wrote:
You're so kind! :roll:

Also laughed - after I rolled my eyes a few more times - because you took my question seriously! :lol:


I also can not believe I took you seriously.



Sorry that should should have read "I also can not believe I took your post seriously."
Sorry for that.


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