Any one in floods?

Re: Any one in floods?

Postby FormerCDT015 » Tue Jan 11, 2011 3:07 pm

We are fairly safe here, I have put 015 up on chassis stands to get an extra 6 inch off the ground just in case.
Lets hope K's folks are OK.
I am worried about Loks place.
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Re: Any one in floods?

Postby cdtpf60 » Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:07 am

guy's i'm worried about all of you(and a few others i know up there)whilst id be happy to see all the cars survive i'm much happier if you guys (and girls) survive
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Re: Any one in floods?

Postby CDTS3n2 » Thu Jan 13, 2011 12:36 am

Good too hear u guys are on high ground ,
fingers crossed for the next couple days
stay safe in sunny queensland :?

cheers rod
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Re: Any one in floods?

Postby boots » Tue Apr 03, 2012 1:04 am

Hi All, Its Boots it has been a while, you still have a dry sense of humour, good to see. I don't know about floods but in the Southwest of Western Australia we have had some terrible fires. Hence the reason for not being online, numerous meetings, debriefings, Post Incident Analysis and Major Incident Reviews with fire fighters and bureaucrats! Very time consuming and trying run my own business anyway enough of that, I have to inform you my daughters beloved Gemini took ill and I decided to buy her a Nissan Pulsar SSS 2000 Hatchback model. Very nice car to drive 2 LTR Twin O/Head cam, fuel injected, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering windows mirrors, black interior and it goes like a bat out of hell! The Gemini is parked up at mother inlaws waiting for me to fix it. I think removing the fuel tank and cleaning it should suffice. I am still around first time since mid last year had the opportunity to think of anything else but fires. Cheers Boots
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Re: Any one in floods?

Postby FormerCDT015 » Tue Apr 03, 2012 12:17 pm

Hi Boots.
Sorry to hear you guys are having such a bad time over there, sounds like our son moved back east just in time.
I hope you and yours are safe !!!!!
Keep us upto speed re the gem.
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Re: Any one in floods?

Postby boots » Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:35 am

Hi all its boots, My daughters Gemini has fuel problems, I thought it may have been the fuel tank. By sucking on the suction line from the tank through the fuel filter everything was okay. The next conclusion was the mechanical fuel pump was faulty. I bought one for $125 fitted it to the cylinder head and it is good as new. Interesting that my 1980 Gemini back in the good old days was fitted with an electric fuel pump. My daughters 1984 Gemini has a mechanical fuel pump! Unless the cylinder head is off a TX? My other daughter has a friend who is keen to buy it. Cheers
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