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Saw this club and thought I should log in. I'm a mechanic in New Zealand and have been mainly self employed in small rural communities for the last forever. I've worked on everything from heavy machinery and decent sized boat motors to tiny model airplane engines,

If there's anything I can help with let me know.

 

The quad forums here are great, particularly so due to the friendly atmosphere and lack of arguing or slagging off.. which seem to be the norm some places..  Good work guys.

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No trouble, my pleasure.. 

Tell me, do we get those points on the leader board when someone likes our post do we ? I've been trying to figure out how I got up there.. 

 

(I hope that's a covid mask you're wearing, not a highwaymans.)

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