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  1. This might help
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  2. What a cracking day, blue skies all day, plenty to do and see, lots of people attending. I guess it was a combination of the weather and the desperation to go somewhere We only managed two cars as our other 2 regulars were stuck by lack of petrol. But Derek/Mo and I enjoyed it anyway. Some lovely cars, although the picture of the 4 cars was taken first thing in the day before the hordes descended on us. By lunchtime you could not move. The poor organiser was on his first time and was hopeful he might get up to 20 cars. Little did he know I reckon there were over 50 by early afternoon. Lincolnshire won't be closing down over winter so watch this space for the next meet.
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  3. I’ve always found Woolies good for all trim materials https://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/
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  4. We will be sending out an e-mail shot shortly. If you're already on this thread, you will probably still get an e-mail. Apologies for this but it's easier to send it to everyone rather than filter people out. Obviously only club members in the general NW area will be contacted, we have no easy way of contacting community users but they're still welcome to get involved.
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  5. Following on from this years camping at the Dirty Duck, both Sharon and myself would like to arrange a similar weekend for next year. We know it’s well in advance but we would like to see what month people are available for this, giving everyone a chance to book other holidays around it. Please let us know thought. Sharon & Kerry
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  6. Hi All, I don't mind organising a location for us to meet, not too far from an ice cream and maybe a drive up the prom, if that sounds OK? Perhaps next spring time. In the mean time if we get a snap of DRY weather an evening ride through the illuminations might be a good shout with a bag of chips and a chin wag at the end. Let me know what you think.
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  7. I’d 100% be up for a trip with you to Blackpool, or anywhere really need to get out with fellow hoodies
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  8. My local Motor Factor (Smiths Autoparts in Nantwich) has sourced a replacement oil filter for me - the NAPA NFO 3196 - which I had not come across before. As well as the original WIX WL 7064, the NAPA filter packaging listed some other compatibles I hadn't heard of before: MANN W77 MAHLE OC11 PURFLUX LS169B Always helpful to expand the repertoire I think! .....and here's a pic of a next gen Westfield ownner who is currently getting familiar with the car and biolding up his automotive knowledge. He's already hooked......
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  9. Cracking day out. Weather was a bit chilly but we all wrapped up well and were fine. Watched the Lancaster taxi, impressive sight but I don’t think I would spend £385 to join them Museum also we’ll worth a visit. Weather for the next 2 weeks looking a bit iffy so might be Nov before we get together again. Watch this space.
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  10. Ok guys I am suggesting weekend of Friday 22 July 2022 for the DD camping can everyone make this date. We will also be stay over on the Sunday night.
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  11. A week tomorrow (29th) , 7PM onwards, Malt Shovel Pub, Coventry Road, Nr Stonebridge, Coventry, CV7 7HL Entrance to the pub car park is off the A452 Chester Road heading North 50 yards from the island. See you there.
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  12. a buzzing indicator relay is usually a short to earth in the wiring.
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  13. Its looking Good.......
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  14. I bought most of my stuff from GBS (Kit Spares), especially that tadpole trim, which i couldn't find anywhere else. https://kitspares.co.uk/
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  15. Unless you are talking about something else, the carbon fibre rear end on the Superspec is not the real thing, it is actually plastic, it just looks like carbon fibre
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  16. I'm not sure any carbon fibre will look right on an older kit , unless you're planning to change loads of other bits to carbon? Never been a great fan of the stuff - OK for a track car and maybe useful there if you're chasing tenths of a second off your lap time but not on a road car.
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  17. I've got spare flasher units and probably have hazard switches if it's a Sierra one. I'm not back at home until late Sunday night but I'm around after that.
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  18. If it works left and not right it is not the flasher unit. Hazard switches are a favorite for this followed by a short to earth on the right circuit.
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  19. Yes quite a few turn up. And you can buy parts without the painful delivery prices. And the cakes are free
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  20. I've not been but regular posts seems to show a good number there. They have a blog on their website which shows previous events with pictures - have a look there...
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  21. I went on a great 4 day trip to Wales with a local car club - details in my blog if you're interested: https://zerolifebuild.blogspot.com/2021/09/the-land-of-worried-sheep.html
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  22. Depends on the train, working in London!
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  24. Critical forum software updates are running this morning to be followed by some performance tuning (no, really!). The site should remain fully available but while tuning is on going performance may be negatively affected and warnings may appear on some pages.
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  25. i have had a 2B and a Zero if you are going for mostly track days then a zero would be better but the road i would go 2B far more comfy driving on the roads
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  26. Got the back panel all done. Rear aches bolted on. The small arch panels were not wide enough. Steve at kit spares was really good and has had two made up. Will get this done at the weekend.....
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