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    Pretty sure he's talking about something like this, a combined oven/stove top, commonly called a 'cooker'....... This one is 60x60x85 and weighs around 50kg.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    That gap looks around 600mm by 600mm by 850mm to me
    Isn't maths a big part of Geology?

    A 600600850 would be the same size as a large stand alone oven like you'd find in the UK with a hob built in on the top.

    ^ Beaten to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by P76 View Post
    Any delivery service going up country?
    Rent a pickup best but if you can''t be bothered try these folks.

    Domestic Moving

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post

    Reckon that red pot is where he keeps the doggy snacks.

    That's it girl, in a little bit further. Stay, stay....


    #sick.fudger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
    It is a bit like moving a motorcycle. Get a local to contact a local pickup truck courier service. They will do it for a few thousand. There are many trucks crisscrossing the country everyday.

    I believe "Freight forwarding" are the buzzwords
    Friends of mine have sent motorcycles from udon thani to hua hin and vice versa via the post office. An amazing and inexpensive way I'm told

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Isn't maths a big part of Geology?

    A 600600850

    ^ Beaten to it
    No that's geophysics. Different animals from geos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Rent a pickup best but if you can''t be bothered try these folks.

    Domestic Moving
    That looks more pricey than Somchai and his Hi-Max

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    [QUOTE=Mendip;4556143]If you get half way to Udon and get bored of your oven I think I may have an answer to your problem, P76.

    No can do, it's Uthai not Udon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molle View Post
    That looks more pricey than Somchai and his Hi-Max
    Of course more expensive but if you want to avoid doing anything yourself, you have to pay.

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    [QUOTE=P76;4556215]
    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    If you get half way to Udon and get bored of your oven I think I may have an answer to your problem, P76.

    No can do, it's Uthai not Udon.
    My suggestion: sell the old one and buy a new one from La-shoppee or your local appliance store in Uthai Thani.

    If you do buy a new one, buy separate oven & stove so that they small enough to transport in the hold section of a bus in case you need to transfer again.

    (I wish I had SA's vocabulary. I would throw some word salad about blue collar upcountry oiks.)

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