Nurs! Nurse! Its happening again!

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Nurs! Nurse! Its happening again!

Postby silverbullet » 12 Apr 2018, 18:12

'85 syncro 'velle resto, '90 SA Microbus project, '95 SA Microbus 2.6i

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Re: Nurs! Nurse! Its happening again!

Postby bene » 13 Apr 2018, 08:12

Holy moly thats a lot of missiles!
Any one for cricket? what what?
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Postby silverbullet » 14 Apr 2018, 09:35

To be fair, its not a bad instructional and he does emphasise the need for safety and using sails on the line.
What stood out for me was the non-swivelling receiver hitch adaptor which made the pulley on the Jeep sit vertically, not horizontally like the others in the system...

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Postby Boldsailor » 14 Apr 2018, 10:11

Should have carried a Tirfor...would have been out in five minutes without all that faffing about and apparently having to be surrounded by convenient trees, although I suppose you could carry a few ground anchors and snatch blocks just in case. The physics of it is quite interesting but the strain on the weakest tree might give you firewood for a month plus the fact that there are potentially now three trees storing up energy to be propelled towards your vehicle.
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