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Ian Maycock

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Ian Maycock last won the day on June 8 2015

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About Ian Maycock

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    Wheely good builder!
  • Birthday 01/13/1965

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    2013 Was sliding pillar, now wishbones. 2014 was red now blue.
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    ian maycock

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    Middleton, Manchester

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  1. Count Me in Barry. I know that Steve applied for space for the August show and it was refused due to the lack of turn out for the May show. A bit disappointing as we have supported this show for quite few years.
  2. Paul Could you put me down for Saturday and Sunday camping on Saturday night.
  3. Ian Maycock

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    Barry can you find out what diffs are on them?
  4. Apparently, and I am no expert in this field but if you are searching to purchase something on the web most websites use Cookies. these cookies recognise if you are a returning customer. if you were happy with the original price and go back the website adjusts the price upwards assuming you will just pay. My advise is do your research on one devise and then when ready to purchase use a different devise that way you will appear to be a new purchaser. Also, regularly delete all those stored cookies
  5. That looks interesting, particularly the Rose & Thistle tour on the Saturday. The show on the Sunday is near Ullswater.
  6. That's a shame. Apart from the Saturday when there was only 4 on the pitch we have always had a good turn out. A little short sighted if you ask me. Thanks for trying Steve.
  7. Hi Steve Can you please put me down for both days and camping. Maybe this time I wont be camping on my own Ian Maycock Robin Hood 2B E785 KLH
  8. In the past we have camped in the walled garden which is not far from this years pitch
  9. Not such a bast**d then. I take it back
  10. Steamer is correct when he says no two chassis are the same. When I took the sliding pillar of mine the wheel base was 15mm shorter on the drivers side than on the passenger side. I decided not to go for the GBS kits as it was expensive and the top cross member was, in my opinion too intrusive. By using individual brackets for each joint allowed for greater flexibility.
  11. I did my own. Bought the wishbones and fabricated the rest. Quite simple really you just have to make sure the wheel base is the same on both sides. Build in adjustment for caster so you can do final adjustment once you have it set up. It is unlikely you will get the same on each side during the build.
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