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Old 8th July 2009, 17:12   #31
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end gaya - tie rod end
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Old 8th July 2009, 17:14   #32
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" Langot " taking a wild guess, is it for the oil pan?
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Old 8th July 2009, 17:18   #33
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Langot - a weird thought leads me to think that it might be the mudflaps!
Wrong guess !! hey this is getting interesting


durbin ;- is it the front telescopic shocks on a bike

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Dear Sahir - you are correct. "pata" is leaf spring. The correct name for "cut out" is voltage regulator. The "dholki" is not the spark arrestor, it is the main muffler. Now try all the others. It is not easy because very few people know it.

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Sir,
As I answered before, 1141 is a bulb & end gaya is refered to a tie rod end, are they correct.
Ghosalkar pana :- is it a hammer ?
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I would like some others to answer before letting the answer out for LANGOT
Should I answer:

It is nothing but a cut tube used to protect between RIM and Tube. It is nothing than that. When in puncture shop you can see in truck tyres they remove a cut circular tube above RIM. It generally protects tube from rust.

In motorcycle and in cycle it protects tube from Spoke head.

AM I CORRECT ? My answer is correct as at my hometown Langot word used very frequently by puncture shops

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Langot - a weird thought leads me to think that it might be the mudflaps!
Mudflaps - thats the word i was looking for and look how I ended up trying to explain about the mudflaps- "..rubber thingies on the fender which the old cars used to have to prevent water splashing. " . Sometimes people do get toungue-tied dont they, sometimes the word just lingers on in your mind but you really can put the finger on it. ha..ha..
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Mudflaps - thats the word i was looking for and look how I ended up trying to explain about the mudflaps- "..rubber thingies on the fender which the old cars used to have to prevent water splashing. " . Sometimes people do get toungue-tied dont they, sometimes the word just lingers on in your mind but you really can put the finger on it. ha..ha..
Lol that was hillarious!!
By the way, it is misfiring of the engine.
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"Langot" is rubber sheet cut from an old used tube of tyre. It is put between wheel rim and the tube and then tyre is mounted again.
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AM I CORRECT ? My answer is correct as at my hometown Langot word used very frequently by puncture shops
Good answer. @Sahir please confirm this. So where is your hometown ?
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Ok here we go with langot.

sipmple : Trye / tube / flap ( langot )


The ones used by puntucre wala is know as a " GATTER " for eg. Tyre gatter ( piece of the tyre itself ) & Tube gatter ( piece of tube )

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Ok here we go with langot.

sipmple : Trye / tube / flap ( langot )

Hey I answered before than you. check my post above.

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Good answer. @Sahir please confirm this. So where is your hometown ?
Its in Jharkhand near National Highway 2 (GT Road) Any Guess?

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Good answer. @Sahir please confirm this. So where is your hometown ?
My home town is Belgaum. presently in Doha Qatar.
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My home town is Belgaum. presently in Doha Qatar.
Hain!?? They use these terms there ? In Belagavi ?
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These terms are widely used, it is allready confirmed by a mate in this post that he has often herd this term in bangalore.
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