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  • With the warmer weather decided to do some small but niggling filling of holes. Filled a large crack on the floor outside with cement and plastered up a few holes to remove the traces of the mystery sink. Quite enjoyed camouflaging the holes in the wall to look like bricks and was great doing this all whilst listing to a podcast on the TV. All small stuff but nice learning simple DIY jobs like this that seem to somehow make a big difference overall.

  • These are the most satisfying kinda DIY’s. Little things that go unnoticed by anyone hereafter.

    Every time you sit mulling over where that superfluous washer was supposed to go, or how to get the air filter out without jamming your fingers, your eyes wander across to the corner and you revel in the satisfaction of the little repair.

  • Glad I'm not the only one who enjoys the small but satisfying jobs. With regards to bikes mods, might be thin on the ground for the near future. I'd like to do a fork upgrade on the SRAD to save wasting my time with inferior calipers, plus I can run decent cartridge kits. Seems to make more sense than spending almost as much money for little return. The RSV wants for nothing really (albeit after a few upgrades), other than a quickshifter to relive a tired left hand.


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