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by Jug_Inspector
Feb 16th, '19, 10:26
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Possible ride next Sat 16th
Replies: 23
Views: 287

Re: Possible ride next Sat 16th

Yup, been away all week. Drove home Friday in the glorious sun and planned to have little run with my good lady today....
Woke up and saw what is out there now... not impressed.
by Jug_Inspector
Feb 15th, '19, 17:47
Forum: Bike Banter
Topic: Carbon Fibre wheels
Replies: 13
Views: 102

Re: Carbon Fibre wheels

That's a lot of money to chuck at a 15 year old bike, maybe if you can find a used set. I have a stack of PB mags and both the crew and the readers (who write in) seem pleased with them, but they would be wouldn't they... BST pay to advertise in PB and any owner that's just forked out £2.5k is hardl...
by Jug_Inspector
Feb 1st, '19, 07:41
Forum: Computer & PC Help
Topic: ahhhh GoPro's and Editing Videos
Replies: 10
Views: 163

Re: ahhhh GoPro's and Editing Videos

I'm back on my PC now so can see what packages I currently use for video work. Avidemux 2.7 is what I use for fast editing without re-encoding, it's very fast to use and doesn't stress the CPU. I use this simply to cut the large files up and to remove sections that aren't wanted. To do tasks like re...
by Jug_Inspector
Feb 1st, '19, 00:05
Forum: Computer & PC Help
Topic: ahhhh GoPro's and Editing Videos
Replies: 10
Views: 163

Re: ahhhh GoPro's and Editing Videos

Your problem is processing power. I have an older i7 which gives me 8 processors (4 actual but each is hyperthreading) to handle the file conversion and encoding. I also have a solid state harddrive to deal with large file transfers. First off I cut the video to remove the junk (rough edit) using an...
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 31st, '19, 09:25
Forum: Jokes / Funny Stuff / Games
Topic: Groovy daddio
Replies: 3
Views: 82

Re: Groovy daddio

And likely to blind shirt collars..
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 16th, '19, 14:34
Forum: Off-Topic Banter
Topic: Dry January?
Replies: 8
Views: 208

Re: Dry January?

One of your 5 a day really..
1 cider, 1 lager, 1 Ale, 1 stout, 1 kebab.
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 16th, '19, 12:15
Forum: Off-Topic Banter
Topic: Dry January?
Replies: 8
Views: 208

Dry January?

So did anyone else wake up on the 1st and decide the wreck their January by giving up the grog? I use to really look forward to those Friday evenings, having a relaxing pint after a hard weeks work ... a hard week , erm well after a week anyway. :mrgreen: ..and you don't count billinom8s as you didn...
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 14th, '19, 11:56
Forum: Say hello
Topic: Arrrrreeeet
Replies: 17
Views: 389

Re: Arrrrreeeet

Hi & Welcome Mike :D

I might have seen you riding through Chard last year, I remember thinking to myself that there can't be many Panny owner that fit aftermarket end cans.
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 13th, '19, 22:18
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: uh oh
Replies: 24
Views: 499

Re: th oh

When I went to wincanton in the week it looked very much like a duel carriageway to me rich 🤔🤔🤔🤔 Yup, I was being dumb. Just checked again on my phone and the town just below and left is Holton and not Honiton lol. I am thinking of remodeling my vans interior to make it a day van/camper rather than...
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 13th, '19, 09:32
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: uh oh
Replies: 24
Views: 499

Re: th oh

It's definitely dual carriageway past Wincanton and quite a few miles of it too :)): Yup, just checked again but on a PC and saw where the real Wincanton actually was lol. For some reason originally my phone showed it as being just south East of Honiton... What's that about then... Stupid phone... ...
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 12th, '19, 22:30
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: uh oh
Replies: 24
Views: 499

Re: th oh

Your link seems to agree with what I've said. If the measurement device showed the van doing 66 then the copper would usually not stop the van. Normal vans don't have a calibrated tachograph so normal tolerances should be applied.
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 12th, '19, 21:13
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: uh oh
Replies: 24
Views: 499

Re: th oh

One of the guys at work got done for 66 on the 303 near wincanton in the works van he thought it was 70 in a van Hmm.. Could he be bullshiting everyone? That part of the 303 is single anyway so it wasn't a 60/70. Even if on the dual part (towards Honiton) then 6 mph over is 10%. The tolerance for t...
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 12th, '19, 11:32
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: uh oh
Replies: 24
Views: 499

Re: th oh

In my van I do 70ish on dual carriageways, which I think is the defacto speed as the limit for vans is still 60. Cars generally do 80.
I must say though that I tend to ignore the other commercial limits as it just annoys both me and other users if I do the required 10 under the posted speed limit.
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 11th, '19, 21:59
Forum: Get It Off Your Chest
Topic: Salt on the roads
Replies: 9
Views: 284

Re: Salt on the roads

CCM they're British aren't they?
by Jug_Inspector
Jan 11th, '19, 15:48
Forum: Get It Off Your Chest
Topic: Salt on the roads
Replies: 9
Views: 284

Re: Salt on the roads

Well ok... Maybe not. A library picture would do. Just wondering what it is you have.