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  1. It was on A19 near Durham this morning
  2. Potter64

    Plumbing help

    The stack does go up the corner of the bathroom into the loft and to the ridge of roof the diameter of the pipe (4") just makes it a bit tight to get the units in. I just thought if I could half the pipe diameter but still allowing it to draw air and still vent I might get away with it I have found some offset reducers that I could fit leaving what's in the loft 4" and reduce it to 2" in the bathroom itself I can give it a go and see if it's ok I can always reinstate back to original. Good idea the anti Syphon on the sink that will help
  3. Potter64

    Plumbing help

    Thanks for the replies will have to see how much room is in the toilet unit
  4. Potter64

    Plumbing help

    Its the diameter of the pipe in the bathroom that I want to reduce I just thought as long as it can draw air it woul be ok. Think I need to smash a hole in wall and have a better look
  5. Potter64

    Plumbing help

    Just need a bit of help, daughter has just bought another house needs new bathroom the previous owner had boxed the soil stack 300mm deep 800mm wide enough to sit the toilet against with the sink in a recess back to wall. She wants to fit a vanity unit with matching toilet back to the wall, this is where the problem is the down stairs cloakroom is directly below the bathroom so the soil stack runs the full height of the house into the loft and up to roof ridge what I want to do is cut the stack above the toilet outlet upstairs reduce the pipe diameter to say 50mm until it's in the loft then back to 110, this would mean I could make the boxing in as small as possible allowing a bit more wall to fit units I know I may have to cut the units at floor level so the question is would a 50mm pipe allow enough air into stack to stop it vacuuming
  6. Sorry lads not been on for a while. Yes Perce/ Jamie he is kingscott tuxedo bred by Richard not sure how you narrowed it down to the name but 10/10 had him a couple of weeks now, he has his mad moments but most of the time he is really good not done a lot with him just letting him settle in. See how he turns out in time but for now he has filled a big hole
  7. That’s what I like about them they are all different his brother was a completely different dog to him, he was like he was on crack
  8. Will do my best with him, all the ingredients are there so he should make a nice little dog
  9. I did search it myself quickly is buccleuch gun dogs Dumfries and Galloway that may be the connection?
  10. The guy said there was a champion cocker called the same about 40 yrs ago i don’t dislike it, like you say it’s unusual
  11. Thanks Jdog no this little fellow should keep me busy
  12. He’s called Rhu, that’s what I thought until I saw him respond to it. I had thought about changing it to Woody but Rhu is growing on me so might just Keep it as it is
  13. Since loosing Molly new year day the last few weeks of the season were not good. I think beaters day made me realise I had to move on, so started looking and found a 5 month old dog advertised in the Scottish highlands 1hr from where I would be working so I made a plan and Get this little fellow on Friday let the fun begin he’s out of ENDOWOOD CUTTHORPE OF BUCCLEUCH
  14. Just put some small welds on inner box until you get the fit you want start first one just below the point it's fully extended. Hot formed is formed without a seam if I recall
  15. Out tomorrow beating so that going to be different, thanks to all who have taken the time to post its only been a couple of days but it's getting easier.. Don't think to much now about the night it happened more the memories we shared DAZZA9t9 that's one nice looking pup enjoy the time you have together and see if you can stop it putting its tongue out at you😝
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