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Re: Battlesbridge Show and Jumble Sunday.
« Reply #15 on: 07.07. 2013 15:16 »
Nookies nuts were there, all stainless !! He sells on ebay and lives in Wickford. I think I saw you and a younger chap sitting by the bar, I was in the corner with the old farts. Not too many stalls and quite expensive today.
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Re: Battlesbridge Show and Jumble Sunday.
« Reply #16 on: 07.07. 2013 15:54 »
Nooky's are all bright zinc plated, don't think they do that over stainless. I did ask as they also had some side stands (Cast), got a very short 'No' reply
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Re: Battlesbridge Show and Jumble Sunday.
« Reply #17 on: 08.07. 2013 13:25 »
I was down there about 11:15 or so I think. Bike went great but I was struggling with a gammy foot - the right one; didn't go well with the right foot shift. Ended up parked out the back somewhere, which gave a long walk in whilst stressing people would start disassembling my bike for parts. Had a quick look around, took some pics of a couple of H1 Kawasakis for reference and spoke to the guys on the Francis Barnett stand for info.

Other than that I found it all too large, too hot and too dusty. I'm not keen on seeing that many m/cyclists all in one place to be honest - felt like an infestation. Usual selection of pond dragged junk amongst the autojumble stalls.

Can you tell my foot is still gyping me?
 
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Re: Battlesbridge Show and Jumble Sunday.
« Reply #18 on: 08.07. 2013 15:30 »
If it hurts when you get up it is Plantar Fasciitis, see the internet.