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Re: [ST] RE: Brett - been there

I lost the front of my RS between two bends when I panic-braked due to
inexperience.  I never did work out why the front went because the
fierceness was nothing to what I can use now.  There were a lot of car
parts in the ditches at the spot (all broken up due to collisions), so I
can only assume that a small piece of plastic or similar was under the
wheel when I hit the brakes; I never saw anything though, patch or

Chris Harwood
00 RS

>>> pmdavies@xxxxxxxxx 13/05/2005 13:19:07 >>>
some nice thoughts but the bit <<where I braked was on a patch of damp

oil/diesel>> really is the important bit. I know of people who only
with their rear brake on certain approaches in the hope that they will
The other week, on teh Aberdeen to Inverness road, even cars were
off roundabouts as something had spilled on all of them on its route.
I lost a 99 ST the other year to a dreaded diesal spill.

live for today, live for tomorrow
"Truth is a pathless land. Man cannot come to it through any
through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, nor through any

philosophic knowledge or psychological technique. He has to find it
the mirror of relationship, through the understanding of the contents
of his 
own mind, through observation and not through intellectual analysis or

introspective dissection..."
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