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Offline Tomcat

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #30 on: 29.05. 2016 07:40 »
Tough choice as I like them both. Voted for the cutaway but will happily wear either
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #31 on: 29.05. 2016 18:11 »
Surely a new poll is needed that includes Joolstachos work.

I guess most forum members only read the posts that concern their particular issue. I read most messages even if they don't apply to my machine. I would probably skip things like fitting a modern clutch though!

A forum news letter from Erling might be the way forward.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #32 on: 29.05. 2016 23:28 »
Newsletter is in the foundry, coming soon

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #33 on: 30.05. 2016 18:16 »
Surely a new poll is needed that includes Joolstachos work.

I guess most forum members only read the posts that concern their particular issue. I read most messages even if they don't apply to my machine. I would probably skip things like fitting a modern clutch though!

A forum news letter from Erling might be the way forward.
skip things like  fitting a modern clutch the one off 1065 project does nothing for me at all but a modern clutch is an  out of sight improvment

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #34 on: 30.05. 2016 19:13 »
i read every unread post since last visit, on the basis that all knowledge is good, sometimes put my foot on my mouth (or should do) by asking the obvious, but such a forgiving bunch here I usually get dropped gently.

Tshirt - the numbers look like might be small (the newsletter might bring forth more) but I'm thinking do we have to settle on one, just a thought maybe a range of three but all having something Jools could add to make them obviously all of a kin
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #35 on: 30.05. 2016 19:23 »
...I'm thinking do we have to settle on one, just a thought maybe a range of three...
My opinion again: If the forum has a distinctive logo the design will follow the forum 'brand'. I'm not sure Erling is willing to change the forum Home page.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #36 on: 30.05. 2016 20:58 »
I'll go with timing cover as on the photo.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #37 on: 30.05. 2016 21:43 »
Neat idea and so are both the designs - but the cutaway for me.
Look forward to info on ordering, sizing, paying & shipping when decision made.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #38 on: 30.05. 2016 22:03 »
One of each thanks... but if not the cutaway as a preference between the two.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #39 on: 30.05. 2016 22:08 »
Cutaway, is pretty nice!

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #40 on: 30.05. 2016 22:15 »
All ready voted but just in case it was missed, I'll go with the cutaway.

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #41 on: 30.05. 2016 22:35 »
Thanks for the email, I've voted. In the case of a draw, you could have one on the front and the other on the back! The engine cutaway might be useful when dealing with roadside repairs, at least you'd have a useful oily rag  *lol*
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #42 on: 30.05. 2016 22:47 »
I like the cutout on a white shirt, that way you will not be tempted to wipe your hands on it.
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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #43 on: 30.05. 2016 23:05 »
I think they're both great but if you're only going to print one, it would be the timing cover for me. That makes the A10s and 7s look unique. If sales go good for whichever is chosen, then have a second run with the other design.
 

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Re: Forum Tee shirt design
« Reply #44 on: 30.05. 2016 23:07 »
pffft!..timing cover from the modern versions...hmmm.

cotterpinkid and I agree, front and back!

Looks good, either one, I voted for the race track timing cover...altho too modern for me, lol.
I want tighter turns.