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    I think i'll stick around (if thats ok chaps??)

     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    You've met the other breed of Beemer driver then, I think i'm more likely to give some other Beemer drivers the birdie. I know exactly where you're coming from



    It seems Ronnie knows where they choose to hang out too



    I think you missed the point Ronald was trying to make You may have noticed this forum is more friendly and likes a little banter

    As for the 20 yards without overheating??? I'd be lucky to manage 20 yards at the mo You may have noticed i'm into the modifying scene a little so my car spends more time being worked on through choice

    I look forward to seeing the pics

    PS It's good to throw your toys out of the pram from time to time... It means you get new ones
    You should be honoured anyway, we only go for the more "intelligent" forums , i.e. those that can speak english and not just txt spk.
     
     

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    Do the wheels on your clownmobile not rip the wings off?

    It looks nice stood still. But going over speed humps, I'm amazed your Beemer doesn't smash up and even smash your backside up seen as there will be little travel in the suspension.

    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    You've met the other breed of Beemer driver then, I think i'm more likely to give some other Beemer drivers the birdie. I know exactly where you're coming from



    It seems Ronnie knows where they choose to hang out too



    I think you missed the point Ronald was trying to make You may have noticed this forum is more friendly and likes a little banter

    As for the 20 yards without overheating??? I'd be lucky to manage 20 yards at the mo You may have noticed i'm into the modifying scene a little so my car spends more time being worked on through choice

    I look forward to seeing the pics

    PS It's good to throw your toys out of the pram from time to time... It means you get new ones
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hex1902 View Post
    You should be honoured anyway, we only go for the more "intelligent" forums , i.e. those that can speak english and not just txt spk.
    Txt spk That is probably the quickest way to get banned on this forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Senior Donkey View Post
    Do the wheels on your clownmobile not rip the wings off?

    It looks nice stood still. But going over speed humps, I'm amazed your Beemer doesn't smash up and even smash your backside up seen as there will be little travel in the suspension.
    CLOWNMOBILE That wasn't very nice

    I'm a believer of... If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right

    Whilst I must admit i've had to adapt my driving due to today's road condition the wheels and tyres stay where they're supposed to... IN the arch Like already mentioned. It's been done PROPERLY

    My backside is fine, thanks for your concern
     
     

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    Is there a mole on this forum????
     
     

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    Lol, It may seem that it took a little while, but i just got you reg plate.

    you have 20" alloys wheels.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by letmeout View Post
    Lol, It may seem that it took a little while, but i just got you reg plate.

    you have 20" alloys wheels.


    I do in indeed. That's my proper plate too

    A19 RYM is on the missus car, no need to tell you the size on that one
     
     

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    so what do you do for the spare, is it kept in the sunken base of the boot or slung underneath and gets dirty. i'm thinking the bigger alloy maybe harder to house. I appreciate the overall circumfrence / diameter maybe the same but on the other hand, 20" is a big step up from what would have been standard fit.
     
     

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    The 225/30 20 is actually smaller in circumference than the 235/35 19 used for 19" ryms

    What's a spare wheel

    The stereo was fitted so that I had music to listen to whilst I wave to all the audi/vw drivers as they pass me by on the side of the motorway
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by A20 RYM View Post
    The 225/30 20 is actually smaller in circumference than the 235/35 19 used for 19" ryms

    What's a spare wheel

    The stereo was fitted so that I had music to listen to whilst I wave to all the audi/vw drivers as they pass me by on the side of the motorway

    As their cars pass you whilst you're stopped in the hard shoulder you mean? :p

    I'll have to applaud you for that one if thats what you meant! :p
     
     

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