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Old 15th September 2019, 17:30   #851
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Although will use the SatNav which is our preferred route to the Lunch stop?


the Northern ? Top route A16, E40 , E17


or the lower route Via the A16 , N225 , Ypres A19 etc .



Chris


PS the end has just fell off my Knob ... honest!

Don't care anymore...
I may just go via Assen
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Old 15th September 2019, 17:31   #852
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Although will use the SatNav which is our preferred route to the Lunch stop?


the Northern ? Top route A16, E40 , E17


or the lower route Via the A16 , N225 , Ypres A19 etc .



Chris


PS the end has just fell off my Knob ... honest!
How do we cross the channel? which way are we going?
Don't care anymore...
I may just go via Assen
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Old 15th September 2019, 17:46   #853
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A poor Trip organizers head ..





you're doing all right mate ..



itll be alright on the Night ( well day as well )
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Old 15th September 2019, 17:58   #854
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Has anyone got a diesel alternator they can bring along, I have gathered most things but donít have one Iím afraid.

Just in case ya know...
I'll take a look
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Old 15th September 2019, 20:45   #855
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Has anyone got a diesel alternator they can bring along, I have gathered most things but don’t have one I’m afraid.

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Bit of a coincidence Andy I'm treating Mrs Noc to a weekend in Bruges on the same dates you are all going Dutch.

I've got a spare alternator I can pack, along with my usual emergency spares - cam and crank sensors, UBP and so on, so if you get caught short one of your posse is more than welcome to pick up anything.

And if you see a Platinum Gold 75 on the A16 or E40 give us a wave.
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Old 15th September 2019, 23:46   #856
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Looking at the map, I was just wondering why we didnt take ferry to Dunkirque? Would it not have avoided roadworks and made the journey shorter? Only asking, mind.
And if the weather caused a delay on sailing, What then. I have been held up for 4 hours by wind on the Dover/Calais crossing. Worst case, my son was held up for 2 days going Dover Calais. I have film from the cliff top by the castle, of a ferry trying to get into the harbour, and you could see the front bottom of the boat. It did not make it in. Glad I And my car was not on it. 35 minutes on the shuttle, wind, rain, no one being sick all over the place. What more could you want.
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Old 15th September 2019, 23:54   #857
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I will be satnav riding, and mine I am pretty sure will be A16/E40-E17-E34-E19-E34-E19-A58-A65-N65-A65-N617 to the hotel De Ruwenberg.
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