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    One Liter Duc Eater RSV_Ecosse's Avatar
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    Renegade twin highmount system like mine on eBay

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Aprilia-Mille-...QQcmdZViewItem

    No, I'm obviously not the seller, but thought someone else here might be interested?.

    Gonna watch this till the end to see how much it goes for, 'cause I'm still pretty sure I got mine at a bargain price.

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    GOOD find mate,be iteresting to see what they fetch.
    what did you pay mate,250?

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    Yes m8, thats right.

    Was 265 all in once the postage was added.

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    nice to see you btw,wondered where youd gone mate.
    been busy with the fires or web design?

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    oohh good find mate not far from me either, might have a dabble on these

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG UN View Post
    nice to see you btw,wondered where youd gone mate.
    been busy with the fires or web design?
    Both, kinda.

    I was off on annual leave the past few weeks, started back my first tour tail end of last week.

    First tour back and we pick up a good going job here:-

    CLICKY

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    Also been training for the WRO USAR Challenge, I added pics to our website from last night's training session HERE

    And yeah, got web design coming out my ears as well, so yup, been kinda busy m8!!!

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    Are you the one at the front with the big tool, Gaz?

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    LOL......!!!

    I'm the handsome bugger in picture 5 in the gallery, standing with hands on hips looking a bit bored....lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSV_Ecosse View Post
    LOL......!!!

    I'm the handsome bugger in picture 5 in the gallery, standing with hands on hips looking a bit bored....lol.
    is it normal procedure to stick a big power tool in a colleuge's arm buy the way you do look bored

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointer rsv View Post
    is it normal procedure to stick a big power tool in a colleuge's arm buy the way you do look bored
    LOL....aye. Kinda looks like the end of the hammer drill is in the other guys arm.

    Bored?. Yeah, well the way it works is the breaching team core the concrete first, we stick a camera in through a hole and check for casulaties.

    Then the breaching team do whatever type of breach is required ( dirty breach if there are no casualties immediately behind the wall, clean breach if we need to get access but a casualty could be harmed by falling debris on the inside ).

    The initial breach is very physically draining on each team member, so what we do is take it in turns in a three stage system.

    In that pic where I look bored, myself and the other guy in the picture are the team medics, we enter first after the wall is breached and begin shoring up inside in order to make it safe to move further into the collapsed building and access casualties. But before this, we take the second turn on the breaching with the hammer drills, and then when the breach is about 3/4 of the way through, we hand back over to the first breaching team and go and get our trauma pack, stretchers, shoring equipment etc, ready.

    Once the initial breaching team are eventually through the wall, we, the medic team, cut the rebar running through the concrete then enter the building.

    That "bored" pic, shows us waiting to enter the building as the other two guys are nearly through the wall with the hammer drills.

    Could I have taken an exhaust thread any more off topic than I have with my blethering!!!!.
    Last edited by RSV_Ecosse; May 30th, 2008 at 09:51 AM.

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    dont worry bout that pal,its very interesting to us mere mortals!
    fantastic work you guys do!!

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