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Lord Chance

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One of my D-Link DNS-321 NasBoxes has started to show its age so I decided to replace it. I looked at QNAP and Synology and others but they were either too pricey for this old penny pincher or they didn't have the features I wanted. I think I found a good compromise. What do you think? :)

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I just replaced an old home built NAS device with a Western Digital My Cloud EX2 Ultra . It is ok but I am not completely happy with it. I have to keep my 32Tb's of storage running somehow. The TerraMaster F2-210 comes tomorrow. Wish me luck. :)
 

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I have never had a NAS setup so really cannot say, looks ok tho'.

I have not bought anything for a while, not since the chromebook anyway.

We have been talking about buying a new truck but not sure yet which brand. It's got to have ****loads of legroom for me to be able to drive it safely, so negates the Toyota's which I rather like the look of.

So we are left between another Colorado, a Ford Ranger, or a VW Amarok the main thing is it must be manual gearbox again.
 

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I have never had a NAS setup so really cannot say, looks ok tho'.

I have not bought anything for a while, not since the chromebook anyway.

We have been talking about buying a new truck but not sure yet which brand. It's got to have ****loads of legroom for me to be able to drive it safely, so negates the Toyota's which I rather like the look of.

So we are left between another Colorado, a Ford Ranger, or a VW Amarok the main thing is it must be manual gearbox again.
I have an old 1997 Ford F150 setting out in the driveway with the 5 speed manual. I had to quit driving it because my knees got bad enough that it was difficult to press the clutch pedal. I put 480,000 km on that old truck. That means I drove that truck around the world 10 times. :lol:
 

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I have an old 1997 Ford F150 setting out in the driveway with the 5 speed manual. I had to quit driving it because my knees got bad enough that it was difficult to press the clutch pedal. I put 480,000 km on that old truck. That means I drove that truck around the world 10 times. :lol:
That's a point as well, my left knee is stuffed which is the clutch knee, it's not to bad on the Colorado but on a new one might give me a problem. Might have to rethink a bit.

Got about 350,000 km on the clock it's been around Australia a few times, all around Queensland except for the point bit as we have never been up that far.
 

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That's a point as well, my left knee is stuffed which is the clutch knee, it's not to bad on the Colorado but on a new one might give me a problem. Might have to rethink a bit.

Got about 350,000 km on the clock it's been around Australia a few times, all around Queensland except for the point bit as we have never been up that far.
As much as I hate to admit I'm getting old it's there before me Mate. I could buy me a Limo and hire a driver but I'm not ready to take that final back seat ride. Even when I take that ride I want them to prop me in the front seat so I can see where I'm going and when I arrive. :lol:
 

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I do miss a manual. I'll have to see if I can locate something to at least give the kids a taste of shifting gears or braking on a hill. ;)
 

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I do miss a manual. I'll have to see if I can locate something to at least give the kids a taste of shifting gears or braking on a hill. ;)
You are still but a Sweet Young Lass. If you really want to exercise the knees then take up grape stomping. The world needs more wine. ;)