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    That sort of neglect will kill your engine and...

    That sort of neglect will kill your engine and devalue your purchase faster than anything, I'm sure. By the way, have you seen the filters of any other vehicles with 16 months and 7000 km? :wink2:
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    As I understand it Schlitzy, the trace is still...

    As I understand it Schlitzy, the trace is still on file?
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    Without sounding like a smart-arse, the car you...

    Without sounding like a smart-arse, the car you describe has a built-in diagnostic system accessible to all Renault dealers. Perhaps your son and heir should consult one?
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    Here's something that might influence prices:...

    Here's something that might influence prices: Bankers See $1 Trillion of Zombie Investments Stranded in the Oil Fields - Bloomberg
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    It would be hard to imagine anywhere in Australia...

    It would be hard to imagine anywhere in Australia turning a profit through traffic fines with our level of bureaucracy, too many mouths to feed.............
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    I'm with Kram. Here's a piece by an American...

    I'm with Kram. Here's a piece by an American journalist that has not been extracted from Rupert Murdochs a*se:

    Viewing Russia From the Inside | Stratfor

    click read more, close the popup and...
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    I'm humbled to know that you take the time to...

    I'm humbled to know that you take the time to read some of my other posts!

    Some of the soaring practices you describe sound a bit more more dangerous than driving a car at 114 km/h up the highway....
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    If it was powered flight, you'd be in the sh*t as...

    If it was powered flight, you'd be in the sh*t as they use 500ft separation. Gliders are supposed to use 200 feet separation in every direction. Someone and their mates are not practicing what they...
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    So how often in a thermal do you get to pass...

    So how often in a thermal do you get to pass another glider in the opposite direction and only three feet away at a closing speed of 220 km/h?
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    Three things: An indicated 120 km/h...

    Three things:

    An indicated 120 km/h translates to about 114km/h true.

    Secondly, there are quite a lot of 110 km/h roads in Victoria which from time to time I travel. Sitting on 114 km/h in a...
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    Buttercup, I take your first point and raise you...

    Buttercup, I take your first point and raise you one! In a glider you aim not to come within cooee of anything except the ground and then only whilst having a controlled crash. (i.e: landing)

    I...
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    The gorilla was not videoed in a School Zone! ...

    The gorilla was not videoed in a School Zone!

    P.S: if it's all too much for you (and others) perhaps you shouldn't be driving?
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    One of the endearing features of School Zones is...

    One of the endearing features of School Zones is their apparent inability to prevent drivers texting within their confines, even sub 40km/h. As some drivers on this forum seem to be oblivious to...
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    And physics......

    And physics......
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    I know where the blame lies for Russia's economic...

    I know where the blame lies for Russia's economic woes, it's called economic warfare......
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    Export lots of Russian-Made Renaults?

    Export lots of Russian-Made Renaults?
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    In the exploded view I posted you will see a...

    In the exploded view I posted you will see a bypass valve at the top. The oil flow (pressure) to the filter is controlled by preset spring tension. In this system a restricting supply orifice is not...
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    Economy was measured in cows per mile, back...

    Economy was measured in cows per mile, back then.....
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    What's really needed are some more of these! ...

    What's really needed are some more of these!


    http://youtu.be/DQmJZO8h1xg
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    All the merry breast to you and yours John! And...

    All the merry breast to you and yours John! And here is the solution to your dilemma! Consider it a Christmas present! ;-)
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    Generally a bypass oil filter is just fed oil...

    Generally a bypass oil filter is just fed oil through a smaller orifice than the one that feeds the oil galleries. It is not really rocket science, just two different sized holes. I'm sure there is a...
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    I don't have a Citroen with an adaptive ZF box...

    I don't have a Citroen with an adaptive ZF box but the six speed Nissan auto in the diesel Koleos is adaptive. It knows that when I put my foot down I need to accelerate fast, and that when I...
  23. Never got to fit a headlining in a Fregate but...

    Never got to fit a headlining in a Fregate but when I worked as the high-line foreman at Renault Heidelberg I did get to do some unobserved weekend work fitting seats to the 504s. They had been a...
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    I think you would be surprised how many rooted packages I received road freight from suppliers over the last ten years or so, Rob!

    We used to ship trucks by rail too, to make sure they didn't get...
  25. Once upon a time, in the lovely, vibrant and...

    Once upon a time, in the lovely, vibrant and almost corruption free State of Victoria, a vast rail network existed. No habitation was a greater distance from the rail network than 80 km. (Apart from...
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