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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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tip....

don't bother fixing your wheels until you've finished teaching miss mhh junior how to drive it!



Offline mhh

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tip....

don't bother fixing your wheels until you've finished teaching miss mhh junior how to drive it!

She's moving up to the MX5 from here. 



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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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tip....

don't bother fixing your wheels until you've finished teaching miss mhh junior how to drive it!

very good lesson there FF!!

i remember the look on dads face after i drove straight into the kerb during my first drive on my l's 1 week after a wheel balance :p



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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very good lesson there FF!!

i remember the look on dads face on my first drive on my l's after i drove straight into the kerb 1 week after a wheel balance :p

I hope he hit you where clothes cover the bruising.  :tilt:



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I hope he hit you where clothes cover the bruising.  :tilt:

can you honestly expect a l-plater on their first outing not to make any mistakes??



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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can you honestly expect a l-plater on their first outing not to make any mistakes??

mistakes yes.....

un punished mistakes.... NO.  :D

Uppercut ought to fix that problem ....... :tilt:



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mistakes yes.....

un punished mistakes.... NO.  :D

Uppercut ought to fix that problem ....... :tilt:

i think the person who made the decision to take their son out for their first outing just after a balance made the bigger mistake

would you take your son for his first drive in a car just after you balanced the wheels? if you did, you deserve to be punished, not your son



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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i think the person who made the decision to take their son out for their first outing just after a balance made the bigger mistake

would you take your son for his first drive in a car just after you balanced the wheels? if you did, you deserve to be punished, not your son

heheh....

hitting the kerb won't affect balance. It'll make them have run out, which can't be fixed by balancing.




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