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Offline a10gf

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The 'A' USB hub
« on: 15.09. 2014 20:05 »

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Re: The 'A' USB hub
« Reply #1 on: 15.09. 2014 20:28 »

  *lol*
         *lol*

    I'd be a bit worried if my barrels did that........ *lol*
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Re: The 'A' USB hub
« Reply #2 on: 15.09. 2014 20:56 »
Amazingly not a Hardley ;)
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Re: The 'A' USB hub
« Reply #3 on: 16.09. 2014 10:37 »

  yo Bill, I aggree...a bit worried about that pushroddie looking tubey thing at the front tho'..... *eek* I think they started out ok, but lost the plot- half looks like one of those Kwakka jobbies from..???late '60's.??
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