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Having a bit of a clear out of stuff I've hoarded but no longer need. Some of this Sierra stuff is getting hard to find so I'm loathed to throw it away. I'm guessing what the postage charges are on these and just doing a all inclusive posted cost so there's a chance it might end up costing me to sell them but if it gets them out of the way, I can live with it.

Pair Zimmeride springs. As supplied by Robin Hood. No idea of the poundage but they're 200mm long and around 2" ID. Ideal to keep as spares.

£12 the pair posted

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Carbs sold

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30/34 DFTH 3A Weber Carb. Complete with what looks like electronic choke and some sort of idle control. Not the most popular carb, but a useful spare maybe?

£25 posted.

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Ford ECU - no idea what model (part number suggests early 2.0 Sierra) but if you're running standard EFi and the numbers match, worth having as a spare.

£15 posted.

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Pinto electronic distributor - 3 wire type, connector integral to the dizzy body. Just one left now and will come with a BNIB rotor arm!!

£15 posted.

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2 wire dizzy sold, 2 off 3 wire dizzys sold

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Rear fog lamp switch.

£FREE posted. Just so someone can have a spare.

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Alternator bracket.Adjusts from 75mm to 150mm. Struggled to get a decent photo against my black workbench so apologies for the improvisation.

£2 posted.

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Indicators sold
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can you adjust the Alternator bracket down a bit

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48 minutes ago, max said:

can you adjust the Alternator bracket down a bit

My God would you look at that unbelievable shes not wearing a mask 😁

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Looks like the body work came up well after the sand blasting.

Can I please dust off the remaining sand ?  Haha

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32/36 DGAV Carbs sold.

2 Wire Dizzy sold.

Everything else shown above is still available.

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On 6/11/2020 at 1:46 PM, richyb66 said:

Ford ECU - no idea what model (part number suggests early 2.0 Sierra) but if you're running standard EFi and the numbers match, worth having as a spare.

£15 posted.

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Pinto electronic distributor - 3 wire type, connector integral to the dizzy body. I have 3 of these, all with caps and rotor arms (although you'll probably want to change these). One is missing the dust shield inside the cap so I'll sell that one last. The first one that sells will come with a BNIB rotor arm!!

£15 postage for one or I'll do all 3 posted for £35

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I’ll have the worst dizzy as I want to cut it down for a Megajolt install

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1 hour ago, Snapperpaul said:

I’ll have the worst dizzy as I want to cut it down for a Megajolt install

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Hi Richy.  I am looking to do the same thing with a NoDiz, can I have one of the distributors too?

Thanks

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28 minutes ago, GCash said:

Hi Richy.  I am looking to do the same thing with a NoDiz, can I have one of the distributors too?

Thanks

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32/36 DGAV Carbs sold.

2 Wire Dizzy sold.

2 of the 2 wire Dizzys sold.

Everything else shown above is still available.

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