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  1. #31
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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Re the felt, start this at 5m20


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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Thanks for the reminder. Things have come on a lot since then - even Pancho has had a perch upgrade!

    It would be nice to see a “proper engine”, of course but Leo knows what he’s about.
    Last edited by Kukri; 11-03-19 at 12:28.

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Quote Originally Posted by XDC View Post
    Re the felt, start this at 5m20
    Thanks ! Just watched another 3 episodes, including that one - very addictive

    Quote Originally Posted by Minn View Post
    Thanks for the reminder. Things have come on a lot since then - even Pancho has had a perch upgrade!
    Couldn't find it on the website, but what species of bird is Pancho ?

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo2 View Post
    Thanks ! Just watched another 3 episodes, including that one - very addictive


    Couldn't find it on the website, but what species of bird is Pancho ?

    Boo2
    I think she is a Blue and Yellow (or gold) Macaw. No doubt captive bred.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue-and-yellow_macaw

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Quote Originally Posted by Minn View Post
    Thanks for the reminder. Things have come on a lot since then - even Pancho has had a perch upgrade!

    It would be nice to see a “proper engine”, of course but Leo knows what he’s about.
    What would be a proper engine?

    Great episode tonight.

    Looking forward to the frame raising party.

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    I think a “proper engine” would probably be a Gardner. But there is a good argument for using a modern engine instead.

    A long boring episode:

    http://sampsonboat.co.uk/45-bedding-...tern-assembly/

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    Quote Originally Posted by Minn View Post
    I think a “proper engine” would probably be a Gardner. But there is a good argument for using a modern engine instead.

    A long boring episode:

    http://sampsonboat.co.uk/45-bedding-...tern-assembly/
    I think even a baby Gardner, like a 4LK would be too heavy.

    Boring? I didn;t think so.

    Big discussion on the facebook page about.....bronze floors..

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    The “long boring episode” was a feeble pun on what was actually a rather short and fascinating episode on... boring long holes for bolts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minn View Post
    The “long boring episode” was a feeble pun on what was actually a rather short and fascinating episode on... boring long holes for bolts.
    Oh. Soz. I missed that.

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    Default Re: This week’s “Tally Ho”..,

    It was a bit feeble of me!

    Interesting debate about whether fabricated or cast bronze floors are better. I don't know enough about how much fettling each casting would need - I'm pretty sure Leo will be going for his usual "fag paper fit" - but I would have thought that its easier to make patterns for each floor and cast each floor from them rather than to fabricate each floor.

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