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Bike p o r n
« on: 17.02. 2021 09:26 »
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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #1 on: 17.02. 2021 12:14 »
Mmmm....I dare say the Meddings did not wear out then?

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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #2 on: 17.02. 2021 12:55 »
I see it now! Not the "po*n," but where the cable runs and attaches.

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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #3 on: 17.02. 2021 17:17 »
I'm a bit young for this kind of filth!
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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #4 on: 17.02. 2021 17:21 »
Mmmm....I dare say the Meddings did not wear out then?
I'm sorry but I do not get it!   *conf*

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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #5 on: 18.02. 2021 09:17 »
Odd that the one on the right hangs lower than the one on the left   *smile*

Still I don't think it's that unusual from what I have seen  *eek*
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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #6 on: 18.02. 2021 11:45 »
Mmmm....I dare say the Meddings did not wear out then?
I'm sorry but I do not get it!   *conf*

Ah, Meddings are quality drill press machines.....

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Re: Bike p o r n
« Reply #7 on: 23.02. 2021 13:32 »
Odd that the one on the right hangs lower than the one on the left   *smile*

Still I don't think it's that unusual from what I have seen  *eek*

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