Bottom Pulley..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

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lardmarc
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:57 pm

Minter wrote: My Dad still can't believe that you've got engines in the Kitchen! I think he kinda likes the idea though!!
Kitchen table is the ideal height for a work bench and I can also reach the kettle from there, perfect.

The reason I can get away with it is that they're the only things in my house that get ridden.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:59 pm

ZIP TIE wrote: It's ok there's loads of room if you cook your dinner in the shed ;)
I roll the 350 frame into the sitting room when I need access to the cooker, easy peasy.
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