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Mr & Mrs Nobby

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  1. thanks Alex, much appreciated, I'm in Australia, so hoping to find something a little bit closer. It's a 2 position, four pin switch. Blades at 2,4, 9 & 10. The actual wiring harness it plugs to has 5 wires, hmmmm. I have found one one ebay that seems to be identical, except for the numbers on the side. I was mostly wondering how relevant that number is, does it have to be exact or is is perhaps a superseded number.
  2. Hi all, my strobe light rocker switch no longer rocks. I have been unable to find a replacement. My question, can I use a 4pin switch #1MR4342M9 to replace the broken #1MR4342M50. The pins appear to be the same arrangement. I have no idea what the difference is between the m50 and m9, and can't find any reference to the m50 on the internet. I have a 2004 mack vision. thanks
  3. Worst head lights ever. I'll swap you my aussie ones for your american ones. Yeah, I know, this thread is 3 years old. I cam across it trying to find a solution to improve the lights on my Vision. On low beam of a night I'm driving blind.
  4. wow, what a find. Good on you for rescuing the old dogs. Hmmm, now what do I need........
  5. hey Rob, happy birthday sorry I missed it it's 105 degrees here and the keyboard melted, otherwise I would've been in here first thing with bells on Mr Knobby standing in front of aircon >>> Me (mrs Knob) witnessing Mr Knobby standing in front of aircon >>>
  6. the t-shirt! and the girls expression
  7. Hi Joe Sorry I didn't say g'day earlier, been flat out on the grainharvest (in between the rainy bits) I'm based at Walgett (charming little town )
  8. G'day mate Nice to see more aussies here, I've been slack well busy with the grain harvest really and haven't popped in for ages. Great to see so many more new members.
  9. Hi Monty ('tis the better half here ) Yes, really enjoyed the weekend, I didn't expect so many tractors but they were great to see. My favourite was that old Lanz Bulldog belching flames in the tractor pull. And the ford V8 was an eye opener! Hubby got all inspired and went out yesty and dragged an old fergie TE20 home. I'm gonna have to find a better hiding spot for the cheque book. The trucks, cars and bikes put on a good display.It was good to see people put the effort in to bring their cars and bikes along. As for constructive critisism, well, a more active input from the trucks would
  10. Just a few pics from the Vintage Tractor and Truck Show weekend in Dubbo, NSW, Oz. The weekend was mostly about tractors (don't know what you americans call them) but a few old trucks too.
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