Greengage build

TSReppe

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After a few days of troubleshooting and not really getting anywhere with a pedal I simply had to build something else and what seemed like the easiest build waiting to be done was a greengage. And it was sooooo painless. Everything worked, no caps were too big(normal mistake I’ve done more than once.) and I did no stupid mistakes along the way to kick myself in the balls. All my builds end up working, but I’ve often had one issue or another along the way, but not with this.

Hylar means screamer in the secondary written norwegian language(yes, we have two written languages).
 

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knucklehead

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so . . . . an off-topic question;

I used to live in a Norwegian corner of Seattle. Volvos were the most common pick amongst the locals . . . . . and common as well was the seat belt dangling from a closed driver's door.


Is that just a dumb (common, interestingly) Seattle thing?
 

TSReppe

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so . . . . an off-topic question;

I used to live in a Norwegian corner of Seattle. Volvos were the most common pick amongst the locals . . . . . and common as well was the seat belt dangling from a closed driver's door.


Is that just a dumb (common, interestingly) Seattle thing?
Hahaha!
Volvos are very popular in Norway, but probably as much as they used to be. They manage the winter here better than most brands. That seatbelt-thing I haven’t seen, but I live up north.. What the southerners are up to I don’t know.
 
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