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SeanW

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SeanW last won the day on July 21

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About SeanW

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    Ford Enthusiast
  • Birthday 03/03/1988

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    Sean

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    Focus
  • Ford Year
    2009
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Lincolnshire
  • Annual Mileage
    10,001 to 15,000

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    Grimsby (usually)

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  1. Sooo...basically any photo of my parking then
  2. The biggest problem with motorways for new drivers is that they believe they're this mystical realm so full danger and strange, complicated rules... Why? Simply because they aren't allowed to go on them as a Learner. So they form this opinion that they must be difficult to drive on, the rules must be incredibly difficult to understand and that if you don't follow them perfectly, you will end up crashing in a big fireball and causing 1000 mile tailbacks...all because your speedo hit 71! I think it's a good thing. And by catching drivers at the most receptive time if their driving lives, we may see an improvement in general motorway behaviour. Obviously it should make it safer too - even if it only reduces fear.
  3. Well...I'm currently in Scunthorpe...
  4. Well...I'm 3/4's of the way done... 1st side all re-built (except 1 bolt - dropped it somewhere and can't find it - chuffin' thing is 6" long...) 2nd side eventually got the collar for the old bush out after shed loads of heating with a new blow torch (nobody stocks gas cylinders to fit the old one...new one is a bit umm...warmer than the old one!!) Still needed a good thwack with a hammer on the top of the "special tool". Done mostly out of frustration...but it just went lol Now away on a course teaching this week - so car is going to have to sit on my partners drive with no OS trailing arm or wheel. Car would have been useful tomorrow - need another tow-car!!
  5. Genuine Ford ones. If you can hang on about 10 days, I have a set from my old Focus...also have the fronts. Used (obviously) but it pretty good condition
  6. Personally, if in doubt - change 'em!! Like you said, you're capable of DIY - so for the sake of a few a quid and a lazy afternoon, I'd say it's worth the peace of mind.
  7. Ohh I hope so!! ...but I suspect this may be the case lol
  8. Well...not the best of weeks really. Especially not compared to last week. Car went for service & MOT on Monday...failed! Rear trailing arm bushes perished - more like almost absent. Motordepot wanted £420 to replace the bushes (well... £15 of that was for a numberplate light that was out...that now works...I slapped the boot lid just above it lol). ...yeah...I don't have that sort of money laying around! Quick Google & ebay search later...reckon it's DIY'able for under £150 - including the "special tool" "Don't even need to remove the road wheels" the video's say...the tool is a modified screw-press that doesn't quite fit the new bushes. Also, the video's ain't shot using a car with 80k on the clock and badly perished bushes. To say it's been a *insert innapropriate names here* of a job is an understatement. 3 days, and I've been at it...only got 1 done!
  9. Check your handbook for the reset procedure as Phil suggests. Had the same thing happen with my Mondeo. Had to do the reset on each window individually
  10. Good to hear Pipper is back on form
  11. Couple of likes today...firstly, at long last, I'm being offered a permanent contract with the RFA! More of a like: PUPPY!! She's growing soo quickly!! Most people think she's 7 or 8 months old...not 3!! Only another 2 weeks before we can walk her properly!! Being so bright and energetic, she's getting bored and frustrated being at home...no matter how many toys we have for her, or games we play. Some of her favourite toys are the random crap we've acquired...couple of lengths of rope (handy being able to tie knots), an old fender...not to mention socks...the stinkier the better!! She has calmed a little since swapping her diet to raw. Local butchers have a good range of meat they put aside for dogs She also loves frozen blueberries!!
  12. It's an earthing issue - I just haven't had a chance to sort it it! My OH has a V40 - but it's not on the road lol I have spotted an old Defender that's been sat for a few years...might be worth knocking on a door and making a cheeky offer hehe What's she moaning about? They smell better than half the laundry products out there lol
  13. If you go down the Brodit route - get it from www.drivesafeandlegal.co.uk Fraction of the price compared to Brodit direct. I whole heartedly recommend Brodit!! Had one in the Focus and now one for the Mondeo. Tried convincing the OH to get one for her new CMAX. No such luck lol
  14. Unfortunately not - woman in a Corsa decides that she wanted the entire road and lurched into the middle of the road - just as I was coming out of a gap. It was either swerve and mount the curb or collide. My front dashcam doesn't work and the rear missed the plate. All I know is it was a woman in a dark coloured Corsa - maybe green. May have been 06 plate? All too vague to pursue. Tempted to trade the Mondeo in for something a bit more...intimidating...a tank perhaps...might just go look on ebay for a tank now!
  15. Nearly got ran off the road earlier. Popped a tyre on a kerb. Tyre has been on less than 2 weeks, less than 200 miles on it!