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Long stack all sorted, Thanks MacV2
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Frank and Mac done good again. Pair of wheels arrived, spares for the race bike, great price, great service. Now I don't have to keep messing around nicking the wheels from my Storm when I go racing.


Cheers mate :D



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Ah. Mac. He fenced the £5 I was sent.
Excellent.
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tony.mon wrote:Ah. Mac. He fenced the £5 I was sent.
Excellent.
All's fair in love & spares...
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The mac cave came up trumps again..cheers sir... :D
the older i get,the faster i was :lol:
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thanks to mac and frank for the fairing screws... not only free, but when the first lot didn't arrive, he sent a second pair.......... then it turned out the first package was being held to ransom by the post office as it needed an extra £1.50, so I have that pair as well*



*and to be fair to Mac, he paid what his local post office said it should cost, but clearly in Worcester they have a different set of rules!!!
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AMCQ46 wrote: Tue Oct 31, 2017 1:47 pm thanks to mac and frank for the fairing screws... not only free, but when the first lot didn't arrive, he sent a second pair.......... then it turned out the first package was being held to ransom by the post office as it needed an extra £1.50, so I have that pair as well*



*and to be fair to Mac, he paid what his local post office said it should cost, but clearly in Worcester they have a different set of rules!!!
He has a certain amount of trouble when counting on his fingers and toes.
Apparently it's a result of the locals multiplying.
It's not falling off, it's an upgrade opportunity.
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tony.mon wrote: Wed Nov 01, 2017 5:12 pm
AMCQ46 wrote: Tue Oct 31, 2017 1:47 pm thanks to mac and frank for the fairing screws... not only free, but when the first lot didn't arrive, he sent a second pair.......... then it turned out the first package was being held to ransom by the post office as it needed an extra £1.50, so I have that pair as well*



*and to be fair to Mac, he paid what his local post office said it should cost, but clearly in Worcester they have a different set of rules!!!
He has a certain amount of trouble when counting on his fingers and toes.
Apparently it's a result of the locals multiplying.
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Long carb stack.
Good service from Mac and Frank as usual. Well packaged, quick delivery and condition as described :thumbup:

Thanks Mac,

Cheers,

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more good service from the mac cave... :thumbup: :thumbup: screen arrived safe and sound :clap:
the older i get,the faster i was :lol:
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Big thank you to Mac for the package of earplugs I found lying in my hall when I returned from Malta at 5am this morning.
Thanks very much mate, replenished my stock.
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One of the things I love about this forum is the way we all look out for each other and try to help out.
As an example of this Macster read my post back in November when I purchased my 1969 Triumph Daytona T100t. I mentioned I had no tooling suitable for non metric fixings and within a day Mac had identified a free ad locally and collected the worlds supply of imperial tools! Brilliant, thanks mate
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