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Lenny

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About Lenny

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  • Birthday 01/01/1985

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    Leonard

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    Mk2.5 Focus ZetecS 1.6TDCi superleggero
  • Ford Year
    2010
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    ---------Ireland-----------
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    10,001 to 15,000
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  1. looks great ๐Ÿ‘ i find that masking everything is the worst part
  2. I don't like realising that my 18" Genuine facelift ST alloys have some hair line cracks inside the rims as they drove fine but there now listed on a no reserve auction starting at 1 pound http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-focus-ST-alloy-wheels-genuine-facelift-18-st2-st3-mondeo-connect-rs-X-4-/172592505098?hash=item282f50a10a:g:0cMAAOSwsW9Y1bQS
  3. Hasn't gathered alot of miles since the last MOT mate should be fine.
  4. No mate your brother is correct keep away from what we call "yacka mucka" ๐Ÿ˜… as they have been known to fail or go on fire in full reality HD I know xtrons are a Chinese company but there in the business a long time and have a good customer service network, there devices very rarely fail the same as Pioneer and JVC The finish quality is good on there equipment too doesnt feel cheap.
  5. Hi mate, An Xtrons aftermarket headunit may be the easiest solution as it's a 7" touch screen but it's in the same oval shape as the stock headunit. Link: http://xtrons.co.uk/head-units/custom-special-car/car-make-a-k/ford.html I have a 10" HD screen in my roof made by xtrons and it's 100% Guide To fitting 10" HD Flip Down Monitor Focus Mk2 & Mk2.5 Click Here Ive only heard good reviews on them but its worth mentioning to you aswell that; if the sound wasn't to your satisfaction; an aftermarket amplifier would bypass the headunits amplifier aswell by taking audio to the amplifier via low level RCA cable.
  6. Same here, had a Disposable BBQ today, fitted two sticks on top of the grooves in the bench to space it away from buring the bench itself and it worked a treat ๐Ÿ‘
  7. @jmurray01 one thing I'd like to say at this point mate is look after yourself and be mindful of the side effects until they find the correct medication that best suits the condition, and when trying the medication it may help to evaluate your feelings in third person mode, ask yourself how is me, and perhaps me is feeling worse and its only because of the particular medication prescribed, this is the way onwards and upwards getting away from the black dog. in the mean time perhaps join Twitter it's full of cheerful thoughts and funnys, depending on who you then follow on Twitter; when they post somting you then instantly get a notification of it to your phone like a message; some will give you a good laugh, id you then press "retweet" it shares that message to all of your followers. my Twitter is @woodslenny if you do decide to join; follow me and I'll follow back. music is also great perhaps download spotify app and download some good classics, headphones can be got fairly cheap these days which can really help to zone out and go for a walk. gardening is also very rewarding wheater you grow plants or vegetables it's somthing that requires tending to and passes the time with visual progress which you can then reflect on yourself to document time from then to now sort of thing and brightens the place up, doesn't have to cost alot neither few plants in Aldi or half some potatoes and plant then in fresh compost. We used a pallet crate lined with plastic bags, put some slate stone in the bottom for drainage, had to get out and water them tend to it. A cat is also good for stress but wouldn't mix well with the flowers ๐Ÿ˜ฃ overall mate look after yourself, life is a journey to be shared your never alone ๐Ÿ‘
  8. I was on those during a difficult time in life where a line was being drawn and some circumstances dealt with. personally I never got used to them, I used to get pains in the sides of my head and in my lower jaw, after taking for three weeks I became unaware of speed when driving aswell as loss of care or sence of consequence. My wife was in them a few years later for postnatal depression and she claimed to feel fine but speech would be slurred at times and when leaving the house she would be likely to have left Windows and doors open and generally easily distracted by just talking to her about somthing for 1 minute she would completely forget what it was she had been doing. thankfully neither of us require the use anymore, but there not for everyone.
  9. I grew up in border county of Ireland in the countryside my grandmother was from Glasgow but anyways; dinner was 13:00 and supper or tea was around 19:00 My wife grew up in the town close to Dublin city, dinner in her home was 19:00 and since she does the cooking in this house I've gotta take two bowls of wheetabix instead of one at breakfast to keep me going until dinner time ๐Ÿ˜
  10. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ is it that obvious ๐Ÿ˜ can't play on his own though,
  11. Our two year old Son has been crazy about craines for the past month anywhere he saw a teleporter or craine he's going mad "craine" "craine" So this week I thought id get him a bruder branded Scania truck which has a craine on the back, I was planning a 45 minute trip to the toy shop today and it was going to cost โ‚ฌ80 for the toy. Last night I thought of searching the brand "bruder" on a local advertising site and found a seller 20minutes away from us selling the craine I was planning to purchase for โ‚ฌ35 and other bruder branded items for various prices, So I messaged the seller and met them this morning at Aldi car park bought all this for โ‚ฌ100 and our son is absolutely delighted as am I to get what we wanted and help someone else out at the same time, was funny as our son thought we were going to the toy shop to get a crane, so when I parked in at Aldi he was saying "no leonar pleaz shop crane" ๐Ÿ˜… There a bit dusty but I picked up pack of detol wipes in Tesco going to clean them all up๐Ÿ‘ Our son wouldn't leave the crane in the car at Tesco had to get a trolley and thake him in along with the crane๐Ÿ˜…
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  13. Hi mate, I've not saw a climate control version of the surround to house a double din space, however you could inquire at: sales@connects2.com they may offer the alternative kit which fills the sides of the existing oval opening as saw here๐Ÿ‘‡ One alternative option would be to cut and join two halves; the double din aftermarket section to the lower climate section, it would take alot of time sanding and painting or hydro dipped carbon to finish but look completely OWN factory finish.
  14. Hi mate, The white wire is most likely to be the positive feed to the bulb, it looks as though it turns to the orange cable after the plug? I disabled PM feature on my profile a few years back as I was spending alot of them answering the same questions so I disabled it and asked people to post questions relevant to a particular guide on the guide thread where others can view both question and answer which eventually leads to all understood. I'm taking a guess looking at those cables ideally you would have a Haynes manual for reference or search the vehicle's model on forums for a wiring diagram. Generally where black is paired with white it means white is positive.