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    Re: Having a new knee

    Looks like you had quite a journey too my friend. Thanks for the encouragement though. I’ll just keep plodding on with my exercises and seeing my physio. Mine should improve if I work at it. Time...
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    Re: Having a new knee

    Good Heavens! That sounds like a marathon to me.
    Glad you got there in the end.
    Makes my little problem look like a stroll in the park.
    I’ll take something from your experience and just keep...
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    Re: Having a new knee

    Of course my knee is at 118 degrees and not 18 as I stated earlier....doh!
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    Re: Having a new knee

    Thanks for the encouragement everyone.

    Back home now and already back in the old routine, with shopping to do.
    I shall have to give my knee the exercise it needs before my shopping I guess.
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    Re: Having a new knee

    Thank s Oli[emoji7]


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    Re: Having a new knee

    Thanks Phil.
    They’re just letting me out as we speak.
    18 degrees I have now. Let’s hope I can keep most of that[emoji106]


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    Re: Having a new knee

    Thanks for the best wishes Stuart and thanks for the offer of the pipe bender. I’ll have to get back to you on that.
    It’s little things like this that makes this forum so special [emoji23]


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    Re: Having a new knee

    Hi all. Well here I am again, 17/18 months on from my total knee replacement. Just an update for those that may be interested.
    This post is similar to my first one from September 2019.
    I’m sitting...
  9. Sticky: Re: BeMoto - Motocycle Insurance - Deals for Forum Members

    Only the one at the moment, waiting on number two!!
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    Mine is due again in May!
    Hope they don’t bump up the price, though they didn’t last year.
    Mine was £329.00 for my S1000 and my Yamaha FZ1.
    Comprehensive, Titanium, based in Hull, Yorkshire....
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    Re: Fitting an Evotech Tail Tidy Gen 1-3

    I don’t remember cutting any wires on my gen 3. Nor did I crimp or solder any connections. I wonder if they’ve changed things since I fitted mine? It was a few years ago now though!
    Personally. I’d...
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    Re: Standard front caliper piston size

    +1. If you dismantle the callipers and clean out the corrosion from the seal grooves, that should sort it.
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    Re: Sky Discovery +

    A few years ago my Sky box failed. I contacted them to let them know and they told me that would have to pay for a new one. Can’t remember the price bit I think they wanted £300 or so?
    Anyway my son...
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    Sticky: Re: What did you get in the post today?

    Was it Steve Parish who had
    PEN1S?
    I seem to remember something about this!
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    Re: Ventureshield

    Lovely bike that Stuart.
    Only the Italians......

    I think I’m in love..........again.
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    Re: Who's still riding

    Heated gloves work for me. Absolute bliss. I always find if your hands are like toast, the rest of you is too.
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    Re: Lever Guards Required

    Don’t loose heart Stu.
    We really are a good bunch on here. Honestly!
    Oh and welcome in.....
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    Re: decals

    It still amazes me even now Alex, how it stays on after applying over soapy water.
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    Sticky: Re: What did you get in the post today?

    Always interesting to see your pics Stuart. Especially the step by step ones.
    Personally I’m pleased you opted the fit the sump without sealant.

    I can feel a story coming on here!

    I once had a...
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    Re: decals

    Before I started my own business I worked as service manager for a main truck dealership and workshop here in Hull.

    Our paint shop had just painted a truck for a customer in London.
    The customer...
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    Re: New M sport owner

    Don’t know what happened there but the bit about paint stripper was my addition. Sorry for butting in Kenny.
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    Re: New M sport owner

    Sorry, off topic, I know.
    Regarding stuck rings. I used to brush on paint stripper. Nitromors. Probably spelt wrong. Used to work for me many moons ago!
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    Re: Blow Torch Recs

    Great man cave Stuart. I can’t move in mine, though I’ve got everything I need to do jobs on my bikes, car and home. Just struggle to find it all. I’m impressed by how organised yours is!
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    Re: Blow Torch Recs

    Just be sure to get the nuts nice and red before trying to move them Stuart.
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    Re: Ventureshield

    I live in a cul de sac too Stuart.
    Mind you, he told his mum and she told me! Poor bugger daren’t tell me ha,ha
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