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fry61

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About fry61

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  • Birthday 09/22/1946

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  1. fry61

    Wipers on the wrong way

    Sorry for the small pic --- but Florin's wipers are quiet good in the wet --- park on the left & are nearly vertical when at max sweep to driver's side. We took a long time with fairy liquid & a dummy set up of full wiper kit to get them working properly. The toothed wheel in the motor housing can be changed to give a 130* sweep, the arms can be bent more at the ends & the wheel boxes/ or the push-pull on the worm drive from the motor can be changed. I used several different combinations before settling on our final result, you may need to buy in a few differing cogs/wheel-boxes before the right solution is found for your scuttle hole positions --- ours were cut in a newly made scuttle & are off-set to the driver's side. ( E-bay is a good source for parts or CBS ) The arms will also need more of a curve in the entire length to give enough pressure -- blade to glass. Been in some right down pours, all O.K except as stated above the inside of the screen needs wiping --- that's for the navigator.
  2. fry61

    Help with Fog wiring

    That's what I said !!!!
  3. fry61

    Help with Fog wiring

    Just keep your fingers crossed the re-test examiner doesn't spot the horn symbol switch operating the fog light.
  4. fry61

    Help with Fog wiring

    Has the GBS switch a spring return--- i.e it only closes & makes a contact when pressed or held down? Your new box of electronic gubbins probably has a relay of some sort & if an ON--OFF switch is on your dash the triggering supply is permanent so the relay can't drop out until that switch is OFF.
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    Stoneleigh Kit car show

    Sorry we were unable to stay for the pig -- but 130 miles to home with-out sat nav & Mo map reading by torch light was not an option.
  6. fry61

    Reverse Bulb Wattage

    Fog & reverse should be 21 watts in old tungsten filament days
  7. fry61

    Mice!

    A hungry cat with his basket in the car.
  8. fry61

    Stoneleigh Kit car show

    Nobody on here ATM --- must all be at STONELEIGH --- will soon be on our way too.
  9. fry61

    Fog Light - Auto Turn Off

    Like self cancelling indicators -- its nice to have -- & saves red faces.
  10. fry61

    Rear fog light stopped working.

    With our 12 volt electrics the shorter the wiring & the fewer the switch contacts between battery & load the better plus with a relay larger gauge conductors can be used --all the above aids getting the volts & amps to where they're required. Fuses are also very good --- helps prevent "Lucas Smoke"
  11. fry61

    Fog Light - Auto Turn Off

    I did a circuit diagram some while ago --- not sure where it is on here. Job can be done with a relay & push to make switch --- any old relay will do which will reduce the cost considerably.
  12. fry61

    Rear fog light stopped working.

    Can understand your reluctance ---- not exactly "plug & play"
  13. fry61

    Rear fog light stopped working.

    Bite the bullet & fix this safety critical lamp. Our cars are difficult enough to see as is.
  14. fry61

    Gear selection when hot

    Put it in 3rd & slip the clutch, once on the move you should be able to select some/all of the others.
  15. fry61

    Stoneleigh Kit car show

    Second that Neil, a stroll up though the English country-side, may take half an hour longer but so much more enjoyable.
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