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05-06-2009, 05:07 PM
Hello all,
I am new to this,so please bear with me.
I have done a small miller conversion having seen an artical on the net.
I bought a Taige miller as I did not want to spend a large amount of money just in case things went pear shape.
Having said that, I have been delighted with how things have turned out.
In making several dials.graduated and numbered I managed to write the
G code and miracals do happen,it worked.
So I consider myself to be an old dog learing new tricks.

John S
05-06-2009, 08:42 PM
Get a Reliant and you have a car full now. :naughty:


05-06-2009, 08:44 PM
Aye, you can always tell a Yorkshire man (but you can't tell him much):joker:

05-06-2009, 09:17 PM
Eh John dont dis the plastic pig . . . . It,s the team bus and it`s pimped:naughty:


I used to work on those bloody things; the owners were worse than the 'car' (of course, they are not a car, they are a tricycle for tax purposes)

We had one owner that used it as a dog kennel - it stunk, as did the owner.

I remember admiring one owners attempt at mounting a 'stereo' system; nice head height speakers screwed to the head-lining - the screws went right through and stuck out the roof. The roof mounted aerial and wire (the sort designed for a wing) hung down in the middle between the front seats...