Goodbye Crank and Hello Constant Pull (Wise 2086 aka Tennis Head)

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  1. icepilot

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    Wahoooo....from W&D?

    And as for renewing your wedding vows.......just go on holiday instead!!!!
     
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    From Robin, yeah.

    I have a 5 year old daughter who is really turning the screw on us as she wants to be a bridesmaid a big positive though as divorces are more expensive :)
     
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    [MENTION=96935]dbswansea[/MENTION] : So, after jumping through some hoops for your bride, you are being allowed a WISE? Congratulations on now having two things pulling your strings at home . ;-)
     
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    indeed I have
     
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    And with your 5yr old pushing to be your bridesmaid, maybe three things?
     
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    Yeah but I have my wise
     
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    It's on a massive truck in my city but I still have to wait until Monday :(
     
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    Rob the truck! Then you can have all of Sunday to play with it.
     
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    It's like Christmas day
     
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    I presume its arrived then............

    Is it unwrapped? Opened? Mounted yet?
     
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    No, I'm still waiting santa :)
     
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    So its more like Christmas eve then really? (still waiting)
     
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    Yeah but if I go to sleep, I'll miss the delivery guy :)
     
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    But it still more like Christmas eve, because Santa comes through the night and when you wake up in the morning all the presents are there, ready and waiting!
    Where your present is still on the truck, while Santa is sat in a café having a bacon butty and LARGE pot of tea..........that will be a pm delivery then!
     
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    Creatures of habit are delivery guys, hermes is always before 8am and Parcel Force normally just before lunch.
     
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    It is now just before lunch........can you see Santa yet?
     
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    He was here around an hour or so ago

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    What took you so long to fit it?

    Looks good, presume the mounted racquet is now being strung?

    Maybe you need Duckfeet's daughter to brighten it up a little, not too much, just to lift the colour slightly.....
     
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    Did you end up needing the WISE bracket machined like mine?
     
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    No machining, I even have 360 rotation
     

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