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    • i justA did a review of the last year of my thread....and wow.i think i have put one hell of alot of time and energy into the girl over the last 12 months looking back!  I am so pleased with what i have achieved and my goal is to have her road legal this year! 
    • Look it up, Wrongway. It's also known as the Goliath or the Australian tarantula. I speak of first hand experience. Not being fond of spiders in the first place, one day I started up my ride on mower which used to be parked in one of our sheds down in the rainforest, backed it out, got off it to close the shed and was about to jump back on when some movement caught my eye. Next thing, this enormous tarantula saunters up over the steering wheel out of the engine bay - this is the steering wheel I had been holding onto 30 seconds prior. I am running around gibbering with fear and shouting out (to nobody, coz only I was present) "LOOK AT THE SIZE OF IT!!!" It eventually made it's way off into the surroundings. I rode that mower up to the house, hosed it down then used a leaf blower to ensure that it's mate wasn't in there somewhere. The mower now lives in the carport and I check it EVERY TIME before I sit on it. Anyway, after I'd calmed down I looked it up and yep, right here in my backyard is the Australian tarantula. Just friggin' marvellous. Dinosaurs, spiders...off topic, hello?
    • popped over to Rotorua and picked up the rebuilt drive shaft from my new favorite engineer shop. super impressed with their service and quality of work, and while over there i stopped in at the Toyshed ( speed shop)https://thetoyshed.business.site/ and grabbed another drive shaft saftey loop for the 64 i fit them to all my cars now, justA for the hell of it and an add safety factor these things are 50 bucks and i couldnt make it and buy the bolts for that, so its a good deal plus they are fully lvvta compliant ( new zealand transport authority)  i will post some pictures of it installed to give you and idea of what the heck i am on about, when the girl comes back into the hoist for drive shaft installation.... but right now its tgif!!! ( thank god its friday) and oh look its beer-o clock🍻🍻🍻🍻
    • AHHHHH nothing like blood to show your having fun
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