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by TLS-Moose
Sep 8th, '18, 18:40
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Posting photos
Replies: 14
Views: 253

Re: Posting photos

Go to the full/advanced reply, and just beneath the main reply box there are two blue tabs. Click on attachments, select your (photo) file, upload & away you go.
There might be max picture/file size requirements, can't remember.
by TLS-Moose
Sep 3rd, '18, 14:54
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Alarm ! Alarm !
Replies: 14
Views: 291

Re: Alarm ! Alarm !

So what you're saying is you fixed the problem you caused? You bodged the alarm fitting by adding to the fuse of an existing circuit (clearly the fan circuit in this case). You then fell off causing the fan to stick. Starting the bike with a stuck fan then caused it to blow the fuse when the fan tri...
by TLS-Moose
Sep 2nd, '18, 19:35
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Alarm ! Alarm !
Replies: 14
Views: 291

Re: Alarm ! Alarm !

Yep. You've created a voltage spike which has pissed off the alarm. Is it a datatool, perchance?

Best thing to do with an alarm is desolder it and Chuck it in the bin. Who pays attention to them nowadays anyway?
by TLS-Moose
Aug 31st, '18, 19:46
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: S.W.B rideout to The Skylark
Replies: 60
Views: 1087

Re: S.W.B rideout to The Skylark

Oh bugger, this was tonight .....
by TLS-Moose
Aug 31st, '18, 19:45
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Just a little ride
Replies: 3
Views: 126

Re: Just a little ride

MellowYellow wrote:
Aug 31st, '18, 16:28
That's the trouble with cheapo Chinese satnavs
=)) =)) =))
by TLS-Moose
Aug 31st, '18, 19:44
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Light at the End of.
Replies: 14
Views: 308

Re: Light at the End of.

Good news!

Clutch adjustment can affect gear changing. As can position of the spline/ball-joint piece on the selector shaft ...
by TLS-Moose
Aug 21st, '18, 08:47
Forum: How to's
Topic: To sat nav or not to sat nav....that is the question..poll
Replies: 20
Views: 627

Re: To sat nav or not to sat nav....that is the question..poll

Dare I say it Smiler, I think you may be turning into a curmudgeonly young fart =:) I too have a collection of Michelin maps. We used to spend hours with them planning our trips to France back in the day...... Run. Run to the hills whilst life is still worth living. I pity you when next spotted by ...
by TLS-Moose
Aug 19th, '18, 18:18
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Summer friendly ride - Sunday 19th August, route posted
Replies: 73
Views: 2141

Re: Summer friendly ride - Sunday 19th August, route posted

Akky86 wrote:
Aug 19th, '18, 17:46

Thank you! I'm sure it will, it's what comes next that I dread! Haha x
You better believe it :shock: :)) :))

Is that the lesser spotted bullet I spy :80:
by TLS-Moose
Aug 19th, '18, 10:23
Forum: How to's
Topic: To sat nav or not to sat nav....that is the question..poll
Replies: 20
Views: 627

Re: To sat nav or not to sat nav....that is the question..poll

One thing from bitter experience - if you rely on electronic devices, when they fail or hiccup (and they will) they will do so at the most inconvenient/innoportune moment. Reliance on satnav also tends to mean that you have little knowledge of the area's you are travelling in (Vs having looked at a ...
by TLS-Moose
Aug 16th, '18, 20:44
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Autumn Dirty Dozen Ride - part 1
Replies: 57
Views: 827

Re: Autumn Dirty Dozen Ride - part 1

Wait until Sunday Oct 7th and the NHCA hillclimbers will be there ....
by TLS-Moose
Aug 16th, '18, 13:27
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Indolesco Ergo Sum
Replies: 31
Views: 544

Re: Indolesco Ergo Sum

MellowYellow wrote:
Aug 16th, '18, 13:14

Sourcing a gear lever is proving problematic.
Mole grips, gaffs tape, broom handle. Sorted. =)) =))
by TLS-Moose
Aug 16th, '18, 10:50
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Summer friendly ride - Sunday 19th August, route posted
Replies: 73
Views: 2141

Re: Summer friendly ride - Sunday 19th August, route posted

Sadly I'm working Saturday night, so won't be doing this one .....
by TLS-Moose
Aug 16th, '18, 10:35
Forum: Recommendations and Links
Topic: 1st time ferry crossing...
Replies: 8
Views: 386

Re: 1st time ferry crossing...

Can't speak for Steam Racket, as never used them, but in 30+ years of using cross channel ferries I've never had a problem. Always check how it's been secured, or secure it yourself. Ensure plenty padding between bike and solid objects if needed.
by TLS-Moose
Aug 15th, '18, 22:42
Forum: Other Biking Events & Biker Friendly Places
Topic: Langport bike night.
Replies: 20
Views: 403

Re: Langport bike night.

billinom8s wrote:
Aug 15th, '18, 22:28
you went flying past us on the 380 moosey
Really? Where was that? And how slow were you going, as it was a steady 68mph for me, all the way :wink:

Glad you got home in the dry, smiley lady :-bd
by TLS-Moose
Aug 15th, '18, 21:30
Forum: Other Biking Events & Biker Friendly Places
Topic: Langport bike night.
Replies: 20
Views: 403

Re: Langport bike night.

Wow, someone else here has an MV? Can't be mine, it never leaves the garage :lol: :lol: Lovely to see you, young lady, and Mr Gimlet too :ymhug: as ever, Eli's proved to be the chilledest (is that a word?), and most varied, bike night around. Just got a little "psychological" rain from the M5 to hom...