The Beast has Brakes!!!!!

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  1. Wildman

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    Following a trip to "Western Truck rentals" in Barnstaple at an ungodly hour of the morning I now have a full set of excellent working brakes. I cannot praise them highly enough having come out to bleed the brakes for me last week they found the master cly had seized in one part. Despite coming out 10 miles to me the office manage had told the mechanic no fix no charge. The mechanic told me I needed a new master Cyl. I ordered it from Exeter and it was delivered Saturday but health prevented me from fitting. Western Truck Rentals booked it in for 8am this morning. three quarters of an hour later the new one was fitted, brakes bled and adjusted. £68.31 inc 2 litre brake fluid and VAT. First class service at a reasonable price. Many thanks. If you need repairs to a large vehicle I recommend them unreservedly.:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  2. Jim

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    You'll be able to stop when you get to Shepton then:thumb:
     
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    Excellent, I had been wondering when we'd get the 'final' instalment of the brake story:thumb:
     
  4. DESCO

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    That's a good result and not a bad price as nothing is cheap nowadays, with good service as well.
    Can't be bad.


    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
  5. Road Runner

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    You'll be able to take a break now Roger:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  6. 6pm Cowboy

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    Or even take a brake.

    Seems a very fair price for what they did.
     
  7. champers

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    Glad you have it sorted now Roger. have Beastie will travel ::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
     
  8. slickmouse

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    Sometimes it is better to give it to a garage/works to do a job and save the hassle to yourself
     
  9. Chani

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    Just as well with the hills around these parts! ::bigsmile:
     
  10. Road Runner

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    [​IMG] The Rogmobile

    See you at Shepton Roger
     
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  11. hogan

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    The beast is back
    Long live the Beast
     
  12. Losos

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    No fix, no charge - OMG it's not often you hear that said these days, I'm really pleased you've got it sorted :Smile: (I will be in touch about my situation shortly, just waiting for some info.)
     
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    Well done Roger! So happy to hear you got all sorted out! Welcome "Beast" to Shepton Mallet Show!!!!!!:thumb::thumb:


    Affectueusement


    Frankie::bigsmile:::bigsmile::winky::winky:
     
  14. pappajohn

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    you can lighten the payload now roger.....get rid of the ships anchor and chain.::bigsmile:

    what you got for brake pipes? 1/2" conduit !

    2 liters of fluid sounds excessive :whatthe:
     
  15. sinbad1

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    Great stuff Roger all you need to do now is bend the brake peddle back to where it should be :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Well done mate.. :thumb:

    next job:

    clean the brown stuff off the driver's seat ... :roflmto:
     
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    ::bigsmile::thumb::thumb::Cool:
    terry
     
  18. wasp

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    Thats good news Rog its cheap by any means its also better than scrambling up an down to do the job yourself ,it is easier sometimes to let some one else do the struggling especially for £68.00.Happy motoring:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  19. Onderweg

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    The Duke will meet The Beast !!
    Giddy is there to keep it under control !!

    By the way, DiggiGranny will keep a firm watch
     
  20. dylan

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    Good new Roger :thumb: Don't need the tent then now :roflmto:
     
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