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yob

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  1. when i had my new exhaust fitted , the chap said that the flange on the end of the twin pipe was too thin being only 3-4mm thick will distort when bolted to the manifold and was probably causing the back fire due to air leak

    pete2b

    Hi, thanks for everybods help even i like a bit of back fire :wacko: but it sounded like a shot gun every few seconds.but found out it it was inlet manifold gasket :) thanks again :D :D :D :D


  2. They are replaceable. Easy enough to drop the arm but a right B to get the old bushes out. I used lots of drill holes with very little effect and then used a blowtorch aimed through the centre hole of the bushing and the centre of the rubber before easily removing the remains. Didn't heat the arm much. Replace with polybushes for better rear location.

     

    Nigel

    thanks for that Nigel .where could the polybushes. :D :D :D

     

    They are replaceable. Easy enough to drop the arm but a right B to get the old bushes out. I used lots of drill holes with very little effect and then used a blowtorch aimed through the centre hole of the bushing and the centre of the rubber before easily removing the remains. Didn't heat the arm much. Replace with polybushes for better rear location.

     

    Nigel

    where could i get the polybushes.Thanks :rolleyes:


  3. Hi I have got a lot of play on the rear semi trailing arm that connects to the outer body work.I tightened the bolt but it came loose again.Can the bush be replaced or is it new arm.I can pull the wheel over an inch side to side when on a jack.Thanks :rolleyes:

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