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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Andrew@A.L.D, Oct 2, 2013.
S**t! that looks well sore!
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No skin grafts mate. Stating to look much better but it's still covered up.
Good to hear bud...
Good to hear your on the mend and no surgery needed Andrew
Getting better by the day and found a way to keep going with work
I've got all movement back in my thumb now as it stung when i moved it with the new skin growing
Ooo Christ that looks painful Andrew.
Let it be a lesson to all, I have done that many times with a rag on the cap. You just don't think that its a hot!
Glad to hear things on the men's thou )
This is how i'm working right now lol
Healing well. Its amazing how well its going..
Huge improvement Andrew.
Thats healed rather well Andrew.
Wow, big improvement Andrew!
That's healled considerably better and faster than when my mum had a very similar accident 20 years ago!
Only just saw this thread, glad your on the mend!
Howz the arm doing Mr Andrew?
Loads better, you might be able to see the scaring left on my arm and its still pink
Good to see it's healed so well fella!
that was pretty horrific, but you've healed quick and well which is good. crazy that this can easily happen to any 1 so easily. and every time i go to take my coolant cap off, ill have this image of your arm burnt into my memory forever now. and think twice
9 months on and this is how my arm look as some have asked, You can still feel the texture of the burn but i still have to be careful in this weather
Gotta love the human body... wish cars would fix themselves like that lol
That's really cleared up well mate, looked extremely painful when you done it
It certainly makes me think twice with hot coolant
It will show up loads when I go away on holiday as I will need to put factor 50+ on it
It look fine now but when I'm warm the scare goes very pink.
Your not the only one that thinks that Stacey, got one of the funnels in the link on the first page and that seams to do the job of stopping air lock