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Re: What does everyone do for their "real" job?
No Idea what you guys on the other side of the pond call them but as wella s fairies we also had:
Leckies (Electricians , which was my trade) , riggers (airframe techs) , sooties (propulsion techs) & plumbers (weapons techs)
Work in the telecoms industry with a primary focus on assessing the impact of network change to our larger corporate customers, facilitating onwards communications to those customers and answering any queries they may have.
That and being a general dogsbody for my boss as I'm one of the few...
sorry to burst your bubble but these are designed to be supplementary to your standard brake lights *not* a replacement for your standard switches & brake light.
Oh and the particular item you linked too is an add on modulator module for the main item.
Up in Bolton, was here a few years back but took a break. Currently in the process of putting Jessica through a "rebirth"
Jessica, my Skyteam Ace 125 & "toy"
Tango, my daily ride (& occasional track tool)
Some really nice work there and love the colour however I do have one small observation /constructive criticism (well at least that's how its intended and I hope you take it that way)
She looks a little "dumpy", that may just be the pics.
I think she would look better with the front kicked out...
when your starting from a low point every littl bit extra helps:)
I remember years ago I was heavily into my Citroen 2CVs a very simple way of getting nearly 10% extra power by adding a bit of tubing.
The standard 602 cc 2CV put out 29BHP whilst the Citroen Dyane (same chassis & engine...
Just picked up one of these although haven't worn in anger yet.
Hmmm, think the beard needs a trim ;D
Killing a bit of time until I get Jessica finished (see Jessica's Story link in sig) and playing with some ideas on a custom finish.
Bit crude (the colours should be the same red & silver...