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  1. Took her up to a local hill to blow off the cobwebs. Beautiful day on the South Downs. Various winter fixes working well. Happy days.
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  2. Burnt once, never again. There are a handful of people I would trust but have known them for 10 years. Oh and I know where they live so I can send a few of the lads around.
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  4. Could be anything really but probably Cortina Ujs, if they are staked then it need to go to a specialist if they are the old style with circlips you can do it yourself. I don't know if you can take the prop off easily on a Cortina based one, perhaps you can just drop the axle on those, it's engine and gearbox out on the later monococqes.
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  5. Just have remove the indicator and you have access to the fixing for the headlight.
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  6. Oh dear, more drag, hood not fitting, side screens flapping. Get the old ones shot blasted and powder coated.
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  7. S7 builders will soon answer your question I am sure. In the meantime, on the Exmo where the lamp is into an almost box section, there is access from directly below. If you also have access from below the you can use a "basin wrench".
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  8. I dont think that there are any NOS (New Old Stock) left since production stopped over 20 years ago. Hence the high price for second hand ones of dubious quality. I think that the easiest option is to use landrover engine mounts and a flat adaptor plate.
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  9. It does feel like that although in all honesty I’m loving it - I wanted a project and this has been a great experience so far. I’m looking forward to putting bits back on though at some point I unpacked the new loom the other day and quickly repacked it - it’s terrifying!
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  10. I've just dug out an old RH brochure for the 2B and copied the page with chassis details which says it can support a tow bar. Might it be worth finding out what GBS says about fitting one to a Zero? Chassis.pdf
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  11. Hi all, I`m going to get bold here, and say this will be on the 24th June. Apparently this is subject to change , but if we get no word from "da man" it will go ahead Spread Eagle Watling St, Gailey, Stafford ST19 5PN https://www.spreadeaglepubgailey.co.uk/menus https://goo.gl/maps/vt6Hcc3Ae5x4YbfJA It`s a huge pub / restaurant / car park / garden and so distancing should not be a problem. Starting at around 19.30pm (you can book a table for food earlier if you like). Everybody is welcome. Pop in for 20 minutes or4 hours, be you member or non member (non members
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  12. Hey all, I know it says caterham but I think after most of being home for the last year we could all do with a jar of this to get into our cars again.
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  13. I took these measurements back in 2004, hope they help.
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  14. Yikes, didn’t even think of that. This is a closeup of the peddle, it does have holes drilled into it but not worth the oak of a fail to chance it. I’ll buy some more with rubber inserts. Or see if I can add rubber bungs into these holes.
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  15. I always thought that it was a pair of wool socks and a pair of highly polished brogues that are worn under a kilt. A dirk in the sock is optional and only to be used on an englishman who calls it a skirt.
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  16. blimey your a bit hard on them terms and conditions Mark
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  17. I'm just grateful you didn't have a kilt on when you knelt down to take that picture.
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  18. Offered up new wheels, need a bigger spacer for sure to clear suspension, now waiting for graphics to come and started fitting parts back on, hopefully 2 more weeks to complete and the I'll be sitting in it ready till restrictions lift
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  19. The bonnet is not meant to fit to the tube behind the dash, you need to fit the dash to fill the gap. Once everything is fitted in place it is fairly rigid. Nick
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  20. I like the forum over Facebook, I can never find anything on FB. It could be an age thing and fat thumbs!
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  21. Thanks everyone, today I stripped all the injectors out cleaned and replaced, checked the pressure regulator,that was working fine, the postman dropped and replacement ecu through the letter box at 9.30 so I put that on and hey presto it ran as I left it back in November. Still not 100% what it was so will see what it says tomorrow, again thanks everyone.
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