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Old 02-03-2009, 09:53 PM
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hi there,
long shot here,has anyone issue 48/49?want the triketek articles,did have all the relevant issues but the missus cleared all my old mags out when turning the back room into a nursery...thanks
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Old 03-03-2009, 07:00 PM
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I got 3 drawers full of mags in my desk at work, will have a look for you tomoro, need to clear it out anyway
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Old 04-03-2009, 08:41 AM
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Default erm,re trike tech stuff

what was it about?

I tend to read mags ,rip articles out and bin rest.Keep the trike stuff no idea which issue it came from

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Old 04-03-2009, 12:34 PM
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typical I got 49/50

and I found a copy of AWOL down the back of my desk LOL Vol 7 no 3 ??

Im guessing early 98 LOL must clean my office out more often
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Old 04-03-2009, 11:12 PM
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thanks for the replies,it was the two triketek articles about doing IRS using sierra running gear...if i remember properly it had wishbone drawings and hub carrier designs too...thanks
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:12 AM
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well I got near mint issue 49 here, so now you only need to find 48
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Old 05-03-2009, 10:12 AM
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Scan the articles and stick them on ere coz i could do wid seeing them too : begging smilie)
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Old 05-03-2009, 01:29 PM
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The Mag will probably have those issues in stock, use the back issues link on the main website or contact th'office.
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Old 05-03-2009, 02:53 PM
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Default oi ow/dub bloke look in't trike bit

done 48 ............
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The Mag will probably have those issues in stock, use the back issues link on the main website or contact th'office.
I think you'll find that Stuart binned all the back issues round then because he bought them lifestyle magazines and needed space in the office. Pat used to refer queries for older issues to ;
www.themagazineman.co.uk/


Or Creature's magazine sales for NABD might be able to help?
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When are you gonna put all the trike tech articles in a supplement or sell us it as a seperate mag so i dont have to hunt through a sodding great pile of mags to find something . Lost most of my back issues when Carlisle flooded big style in 2005
Volksworld do a similar thing called Keeping your legend alive and it sold a few
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Thumbs up oi dub dude

Ask Nik on't down the pub.

I for one would love stuff in one place.

Go nag him

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Ask Nik on't down the pub.

I for one would love stuff in one place.

Go nag him

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Most Magazines pay contributors on a 'First UK rights of issue basis' . I think you'll find that Alik holds the copywrite for further publication.
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I don't care who owns the articles just need them to fire them in one mag and don't take the piss with the price and i'll buy it
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Old 07-03-2009, 10:16 PM
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49 in the post on its way to you.
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I don't care who owns the articles just need them to fire them in one mag and don't take the piss with the price and i'll buy it
So, since you don't care who owns things, is it going to OK with you if I just pop round and help myself to your TV/bike/trike/car?
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Old 09-03-2009, 06:20 PM
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Feel free to try and take my belongings but come prepared to go away bruised and more than likely empty handed
What i meant by i dont care who owns them is that it is up to whoever does to sort it out with a publisher to get it all together into an item that could be offered for sale which i would then part with my hard earned cash
Not at any point have i said for somebody to steal the articles and offer them for sale and not pay the appropiate people
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What i meant by i dont care who owns them is that it is up to whoever does to sort it out with a publisher to get it all together into an item that could be offered for sale which i would then part with my hard earned cash
Not at any point have i said for somebody to steal the articles and offer them for sale and not pay the appropiate people
Isn't that the point?

And isn't it completely at odds with "I don't care who owns the articles just need them to fire them in one mag and don't take the piss with the price and i'll buy it"?
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:00 PM
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No not really
I dont care who owns the articles as its not relevant to me because i will not be dealing with them in person
Dont take the piss with the price means exactly that ,the articles are already written they just need compiling into something resembling a step by step on building a trike/bike so shouldnt be too time consuming ( i realise its not a 5 minute job )
Don't know how many pages it would run to but say 300 max and put it out on the shelves in w h smiths for 10 or 15 and i think you would be onto a winner
Personally i haven't built a trike but have in the past built one or two spondons and harris's and quite a few streetfghter gsxr11s so the articles would be handy for me to refer to rather than follow exactly
If anybody else would like to add to this by saying one way or the other if they would buy something like this shout up and maybe they will think about it
Blackjack the trike tech part of the mag is the bit i read first and they are very informative and easy to understand i especially like the fact that it is not assumed we all have a cnc milling machine etc in our back garden shed
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Old 10-03-2009, 12:57 AM
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Glad you enjoy reading them.

You should have an E-mail....
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Old 10-03-2009, 01:20 AM
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I'd buy it too if it was published at that kinda price Good stuff to refer to and it can be a right drag spooling thru my back issues to find what I want. Likewise it's the building stuff bits I refer to. Come on Jazz, get all the trike tech/toorqe/shed head stuff together in one volume, some of us might have missed the first 40 odd issues so dig out the old stuff too
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How do Blackjack-seems like we've broached this subject before,huh.

I understand the frustration of Dub and thirst for knowledge.

Someone that has spent years honing their craft and are able/willing to explain in plain words is a rare thing that has to be respected-period.

Scanning takes bloody ages.I feel obliged to help folks with problems cuz that is how I learned stuff in't first place.Sometimes it fooks peops off and that is cool if they wrote it.

Sounds after reading this that I'm a patronising old git,oops.

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Old 13-03-2009, 05:31 PM
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thanks devon-tony,the mag turned up today and we have some rough plans drawn up already...hpefully in the next few weeks i can source a few more materials and time and get some fabrication underway
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Old 13-03-2009, 06:44 PM
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flippin eck, took its time, next time I will just fold it into paper planes and throw them into the air, probably get to you faster LOL
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Old 14-03-2009, 10:09 AM
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its our posty,im sure he climbs outa a coffin in the morning
its a miracle i got it at all.his usual trick is delivery our post to a different road all together...royal mail said they cant see a problem
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