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851Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 08, 2013 5:29 am

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Found that the lower K1100 tripple clamp sits lower than the K100 so the middle fairing piece (radiator cover piece) I had to cut down, almost killed me to cut a good condition part.



Also fitted the factory 25Ah BMW battery I purchased from the K1100 bloke. Much better than the one I had fitted whilst starting. Speakeing of such things the starter problem is fixed now thanks to the Diesel oil.



Before battery



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852Back to top Go down    My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 08, 2013 7:44 pm

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Well I can instantly see why the battery had a problem mate. Fill it with distilled WATER, not distilled grains.
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853Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 08, 2013 8:35 pm

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I have a feeling that stuff puts lead in his pencil and not distilled fluid in the battery RT.


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854Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:58 am

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Guys talked to Chriss(the owner) at BM motorcyles here in melbourne (ringwood) says that the rims I got from the K1100 are K1100RS rims instead of the K1100LT rims which are different and better ?????. AT present they have 120/70 ZR17 speed pilot 2's and the rear is a 160/60 ZR18 speed pilot 2.
He said I can fit either the speed pilot 3's (Michelins) or the Metzeler's he recons they are both great tyres, any thoughts please guys

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855Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:07 am

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The K1100 RS and K100RS 16v are the same front is 17inch 3inch wide rear 18 in and 4.5 in wide.
K1100LT are front 18in and 2.5 wide and rear 17in and 3in wide.
You have a big choice of good radials for the wider wheels on an RS where the LT wheels were made still using the old bias ply tyres.
I have RS wheels on my K1100LT and fitted Michilin pilot Road II and so far have 12000km and about half gone very happy but I found that the rear needs more pressure than they recommend, about extra 4-6lb.
My opinion is go with the RS wheels they are streets in front.


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856Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 11, 2013 4:49 am

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Cheers Rick great advice as usual with you, don't know much after are K100 which brand.


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857Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:04 am

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@Halo wrote:

Before battery



Halo

Which battery do you mean ? Smile
I see two batteries in the picture: bike and human Smile

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858Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:14 am

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nods head ...yep them 4.5 inch rear rims fit some nice tyres halo

i put a pirelli "Angel ST".on the back and similar on the front which fitted up just fine ...now just have to get a front end with a cross brace between fork legs

i have to say ....that the tyres of old are not the same (come no where near close (in my opinion )) as any of the "new breed " of compounds and tread patterns ...thankfully .....they are trully amazing

you didnt say what the measurement was to the right hand of the tyre to the swing arm on the paralever yet halo (on those 160 rears ) did you try the narrower spacers yet ? eager to find out exactly the dimensions


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859Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 15, 2013 5:22 am

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Charlie sh*t forgot to get the dimensions for you mate sorry (been busy the misses farther died funeral tomorrow (sorry as well Klompy for the jacket sending delay will do after funeral this week mate))

Got my parts from motorbins much sooner than I thought god I love those guys service and price



Maybe it might keep the drive train going (intact) for awhile
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860Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 15, 2013 6:58 am

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Sad news Halo. Condolences to the family.


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861Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Wed Apr 17, 2013 2:07 am

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Cheers Blakey all good now it's over

Remember the 86RS that i was not happy about the handling of after getting the wheels/front end off the K1100 and fitting, well that problem just appears to be tyre related as I had a pair of the Metzeler z8's fitted today so I had to go up the twisties to try. Wow what a difference, neutral transitions from standing up to leaning over etc, she turns really well now.




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862Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Wed Apr 17, 2013 5:20 am

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massive !!!!.....onya halo ....cheers

youll get those ( as dazza would say ) "chicken strips" closer to the edge pretty soon ......but give it a few hundred ks till the slippery stuff wears off .


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863Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:26 am

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Trick tip here Halo if ya rub the chicken strip with a cement brick you can make it look like you ride it on the edge all the time


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864Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:24 am

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Cheers Charlie can't wait tipping the trip will be great with the new setup, Bloody funny Rick recon I should use the sander.

Well the poor 86RS has been pulled apart many times now and again for the new clutch kit.



As much as I don't like the look of the K1100 Peg brackets, I was impressed by the design that keeps the vibration off the pegs. Notice the extra gearbox support bracket off the K1100 gearbox compared to the k100's



Some advice please guys, I want to fit the shock I got off TWB (legend of a bloke) however look at the difference in lenghts.
Left TWB fox shock for K100, middle the showa on it at present from the K1100 (remember I have the paralever) & right the original K100 shock off the 84RS.
Question is am I stuck with the taller shock as I have the K1100 para on the back, or am I able to put the sh*t hot Fox shock on, oh and by the way I will fit the rebuild kit charlie gave me if I can use the Fox shock (cheers charlie top bloke as well)



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865Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 9:53 am

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Don't go out and buy an ICON will you. I rode a K75 recently with a YSS and it felt fairly good, it was new so I don't know how long they last.


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866Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:45 am

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repaint the spring to black and do a little renew of TWB shock... Very Happy

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867Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:53 pm

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@LifeGuard wrote:repaint the spring to black and do a little renew of TWB shock... Very Happy

Won't he have to raise the front forks in the triple head if he does this - same as buying a shorter shock?

    

868Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 4:28 pm

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Just a thought, Halo,
I'm only familiar with the 8v shock which has the eye casting threaded to the shaft. If the 1100 eye is also threaded, it looks to be a bit longer.
Now if the Fox shock has a similar fixing, would it be possible to use the 1100 eye and make the Fox a bit longer?
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869Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:35 pm

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I reckon Lifeguard is right. You can run the shorter shock but would need to drop the clamps to retain geometry. I ran my 16 valve paralever with the shorter standard K100 shock for a while with the clamps dropped to reduce the seat height. I never liked the handling and have returned to original shock and fork height.
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870Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:04 pm

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Cheers guys for your responses, got to love the advice here, I would have tried lowering the forks but after the comments I won't (thanks guys) what a bummer as I would have loved to use the fox shock on this bike.
Is the K1100 showa shock that is on it any good (in general ) guys ? (that is better than the K100 standard by alot)

Paul don't understand can you try to explain again

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871Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Thu Apr 18, 2013 8:07 pm

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When I bought my "Old nail" K75C years ago, the rear shock was completely knackered and the only replacement I could find was a Hagon short unit which I kept on for about a year. I didn't drop the forks and it handled okay. The biggest issue was the stand.

    

872Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:28 am

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Halo,

Maybe still worth trying the short shock mate. Mike seems to have had a better experience than I did perhaps with a bit of trial and error you could find a setting that worked?

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873Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 3:18 am

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the twin clicker is a good shock ....damping ...and... rebound


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874Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:52 am

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Wow only a couple of weeks till the trip and what to do with the shock. Thanks for responses guys still not shore about the answer.

1) Is the twin clicker much better than the K1100 shock (I think much better but dont know what others know about them)

2) Will the lower back cause riding issues if so does dropping the forks solve this ?

3) Is it just worth reweilding the top mount lower by the difference in shock length I could do that tomorrow with a mig here


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875Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 5:59 am

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Send me the blue one. I don't give a rats what you do with the others.
Just be at khankoban on Friday 3rd

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876Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 6:00 am

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877Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 6:29 am

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878Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 7:33 pm

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Hi Halo,
I was thinking of taking the top eye mounting off the 1100 shock and fitting it to the Fox. It looks a bit longer, but probably the Fox shock fitting will be different.
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But really it would just be easier to give the Fox to rossko.



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879Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Apr 19, 2013 8:02 pm

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@sidecar paul wrote:Hi Halo,

But really it would just be easier to give the Fox to rossko.


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880Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Sun Apr 21, 2013 7:33 pm

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Paul checked the tops are different as well as the thread size.
Rossco met Andy to discuss trip, top bloke (thanks for helping Andy )so anyway after a bottle of JD this is the state of completion



Not quite ready yet Rossco Embarassed

The only clutch part I forgot to order was this part.
The old one looks like it has been used abit.
Andy and my question was, is it stuffed.?



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881Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Sun Apr 21, 2013 9:03 pm

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Jason check it for dishing and if the scoring isnt too bad use it.


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882Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Sun Apr 21, 2013 9:17 pm

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Cheers Rick


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883Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:38 am

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Guys I forget do you line the dots up or offset them on the clutch


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884Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 22, 2013 6:37 am

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You are supposed to put them at 120deg but with new and used bite hoonose. I have never had to remove one and realign to fix a vibration.
My theory is that they are all ballanced individually then put into sets and checked and a mark painted on so that when assembelled dont change from when they were known to be good.
If you buy a complete set there are no marks on them or so I believe.


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885Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Apr 22, 2013 7:24 am

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The correct answer is yes. And if it doesn't work, I meant yes to the other one.

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886Back to top Go down    Soda blaster a rainy day project on Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:00 pm

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@Halo wrote:Thanks for the advice Kfreak yes I checked the tube looks pretty thick
Almost finished the Sodablaster it turned out fairly large I had some perspex laying around and used it for the top





Hi Halo,

I realize that you built this more than a year ago, but I simply love its simplicity, yet great detail also. Would you be willing to direct me to the original the post that listed the parts required for making one of these? Or perhaps forward the list to me directly.

Thank you very much! Very Happy

    

887Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:44 am

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Yes will do wigwan, sorry for late response only looked here now, I didn't do a thread only a quick post as seen by you already, the tub was from bunnings (hardware store), the hand inserts are pluming down pipe parts (hardware store) and the gloves were from the garden section, the soda bicarb I got from supermarket.
Well Andy did a great effort and help me out heaps with getting the bike ready, cheers mate, I'm sure I will return the favor mate.

The 86RS is ready to go



Just picked up my latest project part for the 86RS



Chriss was a great bloke who I got the 16V from, I was able to get all of these parts as well for my K collection



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888Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Apr 30, 2013 8:52 am

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......oh god..........more plastic plates full of bolts!!!!! hahahaha
what a good score with the 4 valve mate.


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889Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:19 am

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Interesting airbox manifolds Shocked


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890Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Fri Sep 06, 2013 5:29 am

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Beautiful and inspirational work Halo. Cant wait to see the finished 84 RS, and loving the mods youve done to the 86.

Just spent the last 3 or 4 nights reading this post in its entirety and have enjoyed it immensely. Will definitely be a reference point for me when my 3 K's make it down south to me.

Oh and if rossko ends up not wanting that shock, id be more then happy to free up some shed space for ya Smile

    

891Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Sep 23, 2013 7:35 am

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Thanks for the goods words FLoyd_of_oz, yes work & selling & buying a house is the priority right now but all that will change december as I move to a house in the hills with alot less maintenance, that will cut me some slack so I can work on  K bikes again. Anyway with the 84 packed away for the move I have turned my attention to stamp collecting or similar really  magazines with K100 test within. My intention is to scan them and make available online for a read, any copy right issues with 30 year old magazines ?

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892Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:02 am

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Interesting comparison between the K and XJ...


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893Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:59 am

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Yes great reading Erman. Think I will post links to the scanned PDFs on a new thread
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894Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:05 am

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895Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 5:33 pm

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Good to hear from you Halo, we've missed you recently.......but now we know why.   

When's the house-warming party?

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896Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 6:31 pm

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Thanks Charlie & Paul, not being able to work on my bike has shown me just how much I really miss it. I move in on the 30th of November Paul, see you there for the house warming:D  . Big K100 shed to go in when I move down the back of the block (big block) and I'm thinking it will need it's own house warming as well when completed later on in the next year from the forum boys.



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897Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 6:54 pm

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Ah I see the strategy now Halo. A house with a paved downhill drive for bump starting K bikes on......K.

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898Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:06 pm

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Less maintenance eh Halo   

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899Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:46 pm

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Yer it's fully renovated, the bloke just spent 250 thousand updating the house JR_K100RS with a paddock in the back instead of the English gardens that takes a gardener & I every Saturday to maintain, this is the current house
Yes 88_KE good jump start section at the front the block levels out at the back. (Its still in the hills though so no chance of a total flat block up here)

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900Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:18 pm

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Just jealous Halo , your new digs look fantastic , wish I had the space for a shed !

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901Back to top Go down    Re: My 84 K100 RS restoration on Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:35 pm

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All good don't worry I'm not a prat Very Happy  just a yobo that likes to sleep in a swag and drink. 
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