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Dan

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It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

 
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hammerheat

Gas Engineer
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

Answer B use a pipe rack
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

Got to be B. Well that's what I think lol
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

I'd say B....but we've all done the other 2 Haha
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

The answer is B, use a pipe rack.
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

I’ll go with option B
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

I’ll have to go with B
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

I think I’ll go for B
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
 

Arthur

Gas Engineer
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

B Use a Pipe Rack

Arthur
 

LUCIALIA

Plumber
Advent Win
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

,
Quite clearly B, essential bit of kit for the van
 

bambers

Gas Engineer
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

Got to be B 🤞
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B-
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

Got to be B Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

got to be B Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van 🤞
 
It is the first day of the first ever PlumbersForums.net advent calendar!!

Up for grabs today are:
Plumbase goodie bag
CorgiDirect pipe cutter and synchron motor
Test4Less Socket and See
Shower Head from ShowerPowerBooster

Answer the question below by replying to the thread before 6pm to be in with a chance of winning today! Winners Announced at 7pm.

Q. Which is the safest way to take long lengths of copper pipe by van?

A- Put it in the back with the pipes sticking out of the rear doors
B- Use a pipe rack fixed to the roof of the van
C. Hold it out of the window and hope for the best.

Rules and terms can be found here

I'll go for B as I hate to break a trend!
 
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