Oh no not another Willys Gasser build, this time a Willys shop truck

  1. Sorry to hear of your setback, wishing you a speedy recovery. I too would gladly offer help with lifting etc on your project as i always look forward to your updates. Its only about half hour from Luton to your place and I'm available most weekends (although i am nowhere near your level of skill). Merry Christmas and i hope the New Year brings a huge improvement to your health.

    Paul
     
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  2. Cris B

    Cris B Every day welding is a school day

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    Get well soon Steve. Wishing you a swift and full recovery. I'm sure I'm not the only one hoping to see you back in your workshop sharing your handiwork ASAP!
     
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  3. langy

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    That's a very kind offer Paul and very much appreciated, thanks
     
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    Cheers Chris , appreciated :thumbup:
     
  5. DAPPH

    DAPPH as dyslexik as I'm daft

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    Keep up with the exercises Steve, They do eventually help ......................... so I'm told.

    I have spine problems too & I'm on Morphine as well .. The first three months adjusting to it were the worst , half an hour after the morning or night dose i would sit in an arm chair & fall asleep for a few min . till my lass got wise and put me to bed abut 20 min after each dose.
    I'm still on it & all manner of stuff but the effect is not so disabling .

    You're not wrong about day time TV ........... it's as bad as night time TV.

    I got friends to make me a new computer table set up in the lounge using three old one metre wide fire doors .
    The top of the table is 38 inches from the carpet . It helps for me to sit bolt upright at the table and be able to rest my arms on the table whilst I type .
    I have also found it a lot more comfortable sitting on my new off chair with arms & a high back most of the time than using an arm chair .
     
  6. langy

    langy langys rodshop

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    Cheers bud, I'm only on the morphine till I get my strength back and the pain goes hopefully, doc said 6-8 weeks rest should see me ok :thumbup:
     
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  7. Parm

    Parm Let The Games Commence

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    Was being nosey and checking what progress has been made on the project and came across your posting about your health. I missed this all as I was away over the hols.

    I hope your feeling much better now and making good progress. Take it easy and let your body recover, you'll be as good as gold in no time at all
     
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    Thanks buddy, I was making good progress but a small nodule of cancer on my pelvis knocked me back, I'm in hospital having radio therapy to sort it so hopefully be out in a few days, I have to rest though so won't be back on it for a few weeks .
     
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    How are you keeping occupied, chasing the nurses with a stick? :D
     
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    langy langys rodshop

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    Stuck in bed unable to walk at the moment mate but the pain has gone thanks to the radio therapy thank god, physio coming in tomorrow so hopefully won't be long till I'm strong enough to walk again.
    Havnt walked for 2 weeks and lost 10kgs just through being in bed flat out, just need to get strength back :thumbup:
     
  11. Parm

    Parm Let The Games Commence

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    Shall we organise a visit with some welding gear and a load of SS ?
     
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  12. langy

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    Hahaha
     
  13. eSCHEn

    eSCHEn Bit Wrangler Staff Member

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    Not sure they're ready for a lowered trolley with a hemi block...

    Mind the cubicle curtain is almost a spray booth :)
     
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    Fintray Forum Supporter

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    Wishing you a speedy return to firing on all cylinders and keeping us entertained and amazed with your level of attention to detail in your builds. :thumbup:
     
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    HF Tig and heart rate monitors. :thumbup:
     
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    enjoy reading your posts,wishing you a full and speedy recovery.Arther
     
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  17. langy

    langy langys rodshop

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    Thanks arthur
     
  18. norlander

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    good to see you back Steve, I see you aint lettin the barsteward grind you down, respect from the 2 wheel brotherhood, keep the throttle pinned bro,
    FTW,
    J
     
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    Sorry to hear of your set back. Best wishes.
     
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  20. langy

    langy langys rodshop

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    Cheers mate
     
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