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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jun 13, 2017.

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    I put in a follow up on a small parcel thats way overdue ...... 2 hours later its in my letter box .... go figure ..... Ive heard rumours that our mail centre here has gone to crap (if it wasnt already) .... that they are just letting it pile up and they dont bother scanning at all now

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    Good to hear that it didn't go M.I.A.
    But what's in the parcel though , i'm waiting to see what goodie's you have found.
     
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    Look's like someone is going to make some gasket's.:lolsign:
     
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    Does any one know what the go is with these, they come with a Japanese logo and work amazingly well but for the price there is no way they are made in Japan or under licence? CD256FAE-3245-4903-91F0-A248C6897F0B.jpeg B18BBE34-728A-48A2-BD61-0472B3068EA4.jpeg C1536272-3F47-405E-864E-399EF321D5EF.jpeg
     
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    They don't look like cheap copies. No idea how this happens. Maybe they were made under license and now the contract has expired they can sell them.
     
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    They look pretty good to me. I suspect the supply might not last forever though. Just until stock runs out.
     
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    What could possibly be in this package. Its so big. IMG_0504.JPG IMG_0505.JPG
     

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