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baj25

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baj25 last won the day on July 9 2014

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About baj25

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    Wheely good builder!
  • Birthday 05/15/1962

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    2B
  • Full name
    brian jones

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    Standish, Wigan
  1. baj25

    Tex Wipers

    Found them online, chuffin eck they are expensive for what they are!
  2. baj25

    Tex Wipers

    Thanks. I just got from having another go after you through down the gauntlet earlier, and sussed it now. Not seen that style before, i know what to order now. Thanks again, brian
  3. baj25

    Tex Wipers

    Would you care to share 'the trick'... I haven't been on here for years, nice to see some of the old names are still around.
  4. baj25

    Tex Wipers

    Oh yes, I've been to his house for parts in the past. I will give him a try, ta Steve.
  5. After 11 years on the road i need some new wiper blades! I still have original ones on, can't remember if they came with kit or not. They are tex stainless, 8" blades on 5.2 wide adjustable length arms, the blade is fixed to the arm so conventional fit replacements won't work. They are not shown on tex website and i can't get through on pbone to them to ask. Any suggestions for replacements, without replacing whole arms etc? Ta, bri
  6. baj25

    Pocket Watch Part

    Nice idea peter. If t'other peter doesn't find any i'll have a rummage in my plumbing box.
  7. baj25

    Pocket Watch Part

    Might be a long shot, but here goes! I am after a bow for a pocket watch, the loop bit that fits at the top to attach to a chain. The top of the watch is 11mm across and chrome/silver colour required. I have looked online and I can only find them supplied in 20s, so with P&P it works out at 6 quid for the one I need. Obviously I don't mind paying something for it and P&P. Thanks for looking, Bri
  8. I understand well that ignition advance depends on engine rpm and load. But, when you are at revs high enough for 'centrifugal' advance to be all-in, does the 'vacuum' advance advance the timing even further? Say on a pinto with centrif advance all-in at 36deg at 3500rpm, and you are cruising at 3500rpm on part throttle, will the vac advance take timing past 36deg? I've looked at lots of megajolt maps and most top out advance at say 36 degs, though I have seen odd ones beyond 40 deg at low load. TIA, Brian
  9. baj25

    Gm Map Sensor

    I'm after a GM MAP sensor for normally aspirated engine, with matching connector, the type that outputs 0-5V. GM P/N is 16137039 (stamped 039, 460, 883, 876 or 153 on rear),from many late 90s GM and related cars. I'd be happy if I could just get the connector on its own. Good weather is coming and numerous scrappie visits over the winter haven't turned these up, need them to finish off my ignition project . Thanks for looking, Bri
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