Nev (seriously) how difficult is it to cut granite. For instance we want to change existing sink for a newer different design (it's larger of course but loads of room all around). People we contacted said it cannot be done.
Sorry Bob.... missed your post as I was Playing with Stealth.............. It is possible to cut Granite in situ but very messy..... Are you replacing an undermounted sink with a bigger one or is it an Inset type ? an inset sit's in an unpolished hole whereas an undermounted one sits under the granite and has a polished cut out usually with drainage grooves and/or sunken drainer.......
If it's an inset type you may have separate Granite Rails back and front but if it's undermounted it'll probably be all one piece......either way it can be done but it's best done by a Specialist with the correct tools and not a builder with a stone cutter..........
If you posted some pics I'll give you my opinion............ we sell lots of Granite and Quartz and I used to do a lot of Templating and fitting myself.
But It's a messy old process .
Technical and tyres
A 3 pin connector is for an H4 twin filament bulb meaning high and low beam are all in the one bulb.. If main beam isn't working then maybe you have the wrong bulb or it is faulty?
The 2 connector bulb is just the sidelight and they are very easy to change to led. Just make sure the connectors are the correct way round..
@alol I tend to agree. Nothing against Shakey but I was routing for any of the other riders to win the series. Saw the Donington Park round and enjoyed it but the main events were a bit of a let down because of over dominance by the Ducati team.
BSB & TT
I take your point about Shakey, It's just that sometimes he runs his mouth off. In the past he scathed about the showdown format, Well after his Oulton Park "Performance" last month it sure worked out for him this year. Don't like Ducati in Production racing (and never have tbh) as they have always bent/manipulated the rules to suit themselves.