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    Most noises in the rear of a Koleos are from the...

    Most noises in the rear of a Koleos are from the electronic handbrake. Other than that I can't think of anything other than back door alignment or missing rubbers. You could look at the spare wheel,...
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    The 16TS shocks on cars sold in Australia were...

    The 16TS shocks on cars sold in Australia were made by Monroe-Wylie as part orf Renault's drive for Australian content.. They failed completely when confronted with outback Australian travel, due to...
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    Thanks stormtiger, nice to have!

    Thanks stormtiger, nice to have!
  4. Originally posted by Alexander: the 10%...

    Originally posted by Alexander: the 10% imprisoned number is incorrect. if you read the WP article instead of the one condensed paragraph you got from your web search, you would find it is about1%.
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    I actually had a ride in a new one whilst...

    I actually had a ride in a new one whilst hitch-hiking between London and Southampton in about 1959. Very futuristic it was in those days!
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    According to this wholesale site:...

    According to this wholesale site: http://en.gforceparts.com the price of 66894JY00A (a verschluss = barrier) is $9.62 each. $152 doesn't seem an outrageous mark-up, does it?
  7. The TPIP and the TPP are both examples of...

    The TPIP and the TPP are both examples of Sovereign power being usurped by un-elected, un-representative Industrial cartels at the expense of the ordinary citizen, your description above exactly.
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    I agree! A marine compass is a much more reliable...

    I agree! A marine compass is a much more reliable tool. The amount of deflection being the key!
  9. So you are saying Gerry, that it is more...

    So you are saying Gerry, that it is more productive to pay the dole than subsidise an employees wages?

    P.S: The general workforce may not be as adaptable as you and I!
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    I might have one, I'll have a look over the...

    I might have one, I'll have a look over the weekend.
  11. I'm not impressed by American statistics, the...

    I'm not impressed by American statistics, the unemployment rate is apparently 6.1%, but the percentage of imprisoned persons is at 10%.

    The USA has 5% of the worlds population but 24% of the...
  12. I started work in early 1961 and have worked...

    I started work in early 1961 and have worked continuously in several industries from then until now. The thing that defeats me is how people will earn an income when the number of Baristas and Jims...
  13. Would you rather pay subsidies to your population...

    Would you rather pay subsidies to your population towards keeping them in a job (wage subsidies) or keeping them out of a job (dole payments), Gerry? No way are all these lost Australian (or French...
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    Apparently they do go brittle and pieces will...

    Apparently they do go brittle and pieces will crack off them when they are poked and pulled by curious owners. I haven't touched mine since 2009 and they are still there, even with a few rough edges.
  15. The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street still runs a...

    The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street still runs a large part of the world, Gerry!
  16. As far as the British and the rest of the world...

    As far as the British and the rest of the world were concerned we were just a giant resource there for the taking, and that is exactly what they did. They took! When they weren't taking, they were...
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    You could indeed, but I'll suggest the current...

    You could indeed, but I'll suggest the current crop of pump and reservoir set-ups were designed to be used with petrol and diesel engines for commonality. (Diesels do not produce a useful vacuum.)
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    ineffective

    ineffective
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    intoxication

    intoxication
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    privacy

    privacy
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    trybooking.com

    trybooking.com
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    Unfortunately for reality Christopher Cockerell...

    Unfortunately for reality Christopher Cockerell beat Jacob Munkhammar to the punch in 1956 when he invented the hovercraft. I personally saw his "car" (the SRN-1) fly on the Solent on it's maiden...
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    You really lucked-in there! Happy engineering!

    You really lucked-in there! Happy engineering!
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    Without a separate vacuum pump the vacuum cruise...

    Without a separate vacuum pump the vacuum cruise control loses steam on inclines and becomes less and less effective. Anyone remember Holden and Falcon vacuum wipers? Great inventions they were,...
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    Eureka!

    Eureka!
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