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RAF Regt Mudguards

#1 Post by Heffernan »

Ok so i hear people going on about the RAF regt mudguards, i googled it but just got a half circle shape reading RAF Regiment. Can someone provide a picture of these mudguards...

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#2 Post by davo141 »

i think there refering to the flashes? other than that why would anyone want pussers mudguard on there cars or bikes?? almost as bad a perce travelling up the line in rig!

Mudguards you say? i wonder if we can get them commando daggers that are on all the corps wagons to stick on my car :drinking:
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Yawn! Is that the time already! :roll:

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#4 Post by stever »

google image search
http://images.google.co.uk/images?q=raf ... a=N&tab=wi

plenty of reggy gear to swoon over
please excuse the other comments as above they cant help but take the piss
and they know not about the mystical power of the "mudguard"
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As used by Stever on his bike expeds 8)
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#6 Post by stever »

exactly mate excuse my grumpiness not long up
next exped the kyles of bute
no doubt days off it will wee we doon
as regards the original thread a wee search on the forums
would probably suffice :roll:
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#7 Post by Heffernan »

Sorry, but why are they called mudguards? They dont look anything like em?

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Heffernan wrote:Sorry, but why are they called mudguards? They dont look anything like em?
Are you a wind up merchant or what?

They look like old fashioned motorbike mudguards when viewed side-on.

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London Boy wrote:
Heffernan wrote:Sorry, but why are they called mudguards? They dont look anything like em?
Are you a wind up merchant or what?

They look like old fashioned motorbike mudguards when viewed side-on.
Ahh yeh i see now..no i am not a wind up merchant but people on here seem to be very intolerant of simple questions.

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Heffernan wrote:
London Boy wrote:
Heffernan wrote:Sorry, but why are they called mudguards? They dont look anything like em?
Are you a wind up merchant or what?

They look like old fashioned motorbike mudguards when viewed side-on.
Ahh yeh i see now..no i am not a wind up merchant but people on here seem to be very intolerant of simple questions.
It's not intolerance, it's simply military ribbing and taking the piss out of new blokes asking quesitons. Get used to it quickly and devlep a hard skin or you won't last 5 minutes at the Depot. :D

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#11 Post by Heffernan »

London Boy wrote:
Heffernan wrote:
London Boy wrote: Are you a wind up merchant or what?

They look like old fashioned motorbike mudguards when viewed side-on.
Ahh yeh i see now..no i am not a wind up merchant but people on here seem to be very intolerant of simple questions.
It's not intolerance, it's simply military ribbing and taking the piss out of new blokes asking quesitons. Get used to it quickly and devlep a hard skin or you won't last 5 minutes at the Depot. :D
Oh i see, sorry.

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