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james.peebles

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About james.peebles

  • Birthday 05/02/1985

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Wittering, Cambs
  • Model
    ST205 GT4

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  1. Happy Birthday james.peebles!

  2. Happy 4 Anniversary james.peebles!

  3. Happy Birthday james.peebles!

  4. Happy Anniversary james.peebles!

  5. New Wheels nuts as the 'key' for the original ones has sheared :-/
  6. i got registered (i think) etc but when you put your details in (phone number, address, car reg) it just sits there, er, doing something. I think (little timer thingy just sits there spinning and did so all night).
  7. Happy Birthday james.peebles!

  8. New rubber, courtesy of camskill Falken ZE914's (although the rating on the site is different to the rating on the labels) Fuel Eff E, Wet Grip B
  9. haha dont worry guys - no i didnt keep the handbrake on, found a collapsable wheel chock in the boot so used that to stop it rolling.
  10. Bought a new spare wheel for it and finally moved it after 5 weeks - brakes sound awful!
  11. If its not rust then I would suggest its been in contact with some form of chemical that it really hasn't agreed with - the fact that it is small bumps all over the place is really strange. Unfortunately you wont find out if there's anything sinister going on underneath unless you rub the paint back.
  12. Normally rust will cause the paint bubble up, Any break in the paint work at all?
  13. Thank you mr postman! Will be installed Monday and then thats the faff back on the road after 2 months
  14. removed passenger seat from the faff and gave it a freshen up with some autoglym interior shampoo - smells awesome!
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