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Old 22-11-18, 19:32
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Default Oddy grease pot

Oddy high pressure grease pot. Issued with Centurions. Big and heavy. It's all there, but don't know if it works. $50. SOLD
Sorry about the photo's, can't seem to rotate them on this site.
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Old 23-11-18, 00:29
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Here you go.

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Old 23-11-18, 00:36
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I will take that, PM sent
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Old 23-11-18, 00:56
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Robin, message sent.
Thanks Rick. How the hell do you do that?
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Old 30-11-18, 00:15
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Robin, message sent.
Thanks Rick. How the hell do you do that?
Simple Perry, Just download to my desk top, turn them around and upload them. Simple.

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Old 02-12-18, 09:08
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What insane group of people proposed, designed, purchased and issued such a ridiculous bit of equipment?

Instead of a flexible hose that will reach anywhere and only has one moving part they come up with a concertina rod system with numerous, eventually leaking, joints, so unflexible that I am sure there were numerous grease points on a Centurian that never got serviced.

Suppose it was the same mob who were responsible for untold numbers of British land, air and sea design and serviceability debacles.

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Old 02-12-18, 16:07
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We discussed these grease guns (along with other British engineering) on this thread a while back: http://www.mapleleafup.net/forums/sh...732#post208732
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Old 02-12-18, 17:22
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Rick,

I had the photo's in the proper orientation on my desktop, but when they uploaded and attached, they were turned sideways.
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Old 02-12-18, 19:21
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I have found that photos taken on a cellphone will orient themselves sideways like that. I'm not sure if it means the phone was sideways like that when the photo was taken. There is something about the coding in the photo that it stays sideways.....I have tried photo editors and saving the photos, but to no avail. Rick seems to have found the answer. Personally, at my skill level, I would have to stand my monitor on it's side.
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With regards to the photos. Mine do that if I post from my iPhone. The work around is to edit the photo by rotating 90 degrees and saving it. Then re-edit it by rotating again to the proper orientation and saving. Then it posts fine. I also found that if I post from my iPad I can post 5 photos at a time.

Sorry Perry for continuous diversion from the original post.
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