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  1. Britsh army called thier version the Bengazi.
  2. Extra fact: His wife Elazabeth was a respected artist in Victorian times, and painted a picture of one of his kitchens.
  3. Invented by the Celebrity Victorian Chef Alexis Soyer. Used from the Crimian war on. I think some went down in the Atlantic Conveyor on the way to the Falklands conflict. The pot sits straight in, no other liner. Desinged to burn any solid fuel, the food was put in muslin bags and tied around the edge of the cauldron. The curve of the cauldron is designed to give an even heat all round. You will find a lot of photos from the Great War and Crimiea if you look on line.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexis_Soyer Compared to file cabanit that looks about right. You then add the Standard Army Chef reply to 'What is it we are eating tonight? How should I know I'm a cook not bloody Sherlock Holmes.
  4. That's good. As I was told as a kid and keep saying 'A bugger if they won't go, a disater if they won't stop!'😁
  5. Don't forget to Polarise the Dynamo. WITH THE REGULATOR DISCONNECTED. http://www.dynamoregulatorconversions.com/polarising-a-dynamo.php
  6. Thanks, I've gone through the EKA, by the book, that's including the stop watch, and verified it IS the right code.. 🤬 Something just isn't happening. I'll try playing about again tommorow.
  7. For what it's worth, I kept adjusting about 5 times! Suddenly! They all worked.
  8. I have no doubts of that! 😁 Make sure we all know the date in advance so we can be there.
  9. Planning is bizzare, especially it seems for Atractions! Now if you open your farm to visitors, you need to have a 'Performing Animals Licence'. The rear performance of said animals comes very strongly to mind. Noli Iliggitimi Carborundum! Keep at out and wear the B***ers down!
  10. Did you rebablance braking on the wheels? Yes one cylinder may be pushing more than the other. Trouble is , shoes wear and so do the drums. Modern brakes self adjust. Dodge brakes , every time you change something you have to reset the entire brake clearances, front and back. Also the wheel cylinders are left and right handed. Did you fit the correct cylinder for the wheel?
  11. It's had a new reciver in vehicle for the key fob, the fob is known to work. The door locks have wear a known , %^&**** when it comes to the EKA , which was done by the book , with a stopwatch. It was working , then just stopped! Going to be something stupid. I've also fitted and checked new fuse box and the BCM module. Sounds like investing in a Nanocom is going to be the way forward. There are a lot of Discos and Freelanders coming onto the radar at the moment. God! Give me back 1,2, 2a and 3's!
  12. Trouble with the EKA is the system won't accept it. I've tried umpteen times. I want a diagnostic to try and sort out why.
  13. Being greedy I have a P38, a V8 Discovery 2 with a proper gas conversion, and the immobiliser locked 😧. Also a Land Rover Discovery 2 , Special Vehicle, in the throws of rebuilding using parts from my other Td5 which has terminal chassis rot. Jon the P38 engine turns over but won't fire, the V8 just sits there looking smug! and the alarm beeping! Thanks for the heads up on the Nancom. with the collection I seem to aquiring, might well be worth getting one.
  14. Thank you, seems a bit extreme though. 😀
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