NEW FORUM ANYONE - DIY?

DIY Forum

  • Yes a cracking idea

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  • No can't be arrsed

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#1
Looking at the people who traverse through this site, would it be a good idea to have a forum which captures the essence of DIY?

Ranging from:

Q&A section Electrics, plumbing, heating, brickying, welding etc

Classic cars and car repairs

Where to buy tools, which tools to buy and rating them

A photo gallery of projects completed or just started

Help section



Having 3 women in my house I find nothing but peace when I am pottering in my garage.

Please vote accordingly

BP77
 

Sixty

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#4
Bloody awful idea in my opinion but it's not my decision so voted accordingly.
 
#8
You can save yourself a few quid looking at them DIY forums, although I wouldnt advise anyone touching electrics, gas or central heating unless you know what your doing, Ive even been on forums about car servicing and been able to print a servicing schedule for my pick-up.
 
#10
Volunteer said:
Such a forum does not readily appeal to me, so I voted agin.

It might attract REME walts, though. :wink:
Nice try, I think the RE trade groups are probably more relevant though.
 

ancienturion

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#11
Only if it contains sheds.
 
#13
I'd be happy to see one, if for no other reason than to guide and advise someone to an untimely death caused by following my tips of spark plug repair/replacement using kit kat wrappers and paperclips.
 

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#14
I think a thread on oanism would go down well on Arrse. After all there are plenty of wankers :wink:
 
#15
OK, seems like I have no choice. DIY there will be shortly after I post this. Thanks for the idea Bipolar.
 
#16
as some one else said,,as long as its done in the shed :)
 
#17
Ok, i can change a plug, wire a light fitting up, do small bits of plastering and plumbing, decorate and i know my way round a hammer drill...but the central heating timer beats me every time :oops:
So its an aye from me :D
 
#18
talking about DIY and sheds..do you know my stepdad made a rocking horse in his shed.. no ? well i told you anyway :) :twisted:
 
#19
plaster said:
as some one else said,,as long as its done in the shed :)
What goes on in the shed stays in the shed!!!
 
#20
I thought it was going to be a thread on the other sort of DIY! :wink:



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