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  1. Thread: Micks Red Nova

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    Sounds like the same setup as the two Dazon 1100...

    Sounds like the same setup as the two Dazon 1100 buggys, (Fiat/Dazon engines) I worked on. ended up having the long cable made but they still got it wrong, absolutely vital to get the measurements...
  2. Thread: 009

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    I am sure it will all work great, like so many of...

    I am sure it will all work great, like so many of your ideas. Looking forward to seeing it all churning away.

    I had the same thought about channeling the sensor strip. :cheers:
  3. Thread: Micks Red Nova

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    Mike, as the metal pars of a master cylinder...

    Mike, as the metal pars of a master cylinder very rarely give problems, there is only a body and a piston after all, it's usually the seals that go, so a set of seals for a few pence and half an...
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    Thanks Brett I will look into those. At first...

    Thanks Brett I will look into those. At first glance they look to have a long overall length relative to stroke, anyway I will look at it.
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    If I had positive force on the door ram say...

    If I had positive force on the door ram say 150Lbs positive and used a cable to pull it shut but I think the constant strain would not be a good idea-
    As one can see on the video on YouTube I have...
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    I love it, so different and it works. great!...

    I love it, so different and it works. great! Trying to think if I could hide such a thing in the sills of the SS ( same as Nova/Stirling) but working at right angle pushing up behind the seats on a...
  7. I don't know what the situation is in the UK but...

    I don't know what the situation is in the UK but here there are Chinese 'bazaars' everywhere that sell 'everything' and a spanner is about 2€ for a 13mm combi. some are quite good.
  8. My favorite is a 13mm combi with the ring bent at...

    My favorite is a 13mm combi with the ring bent at 90 degrees, I can't get to the front carb' mounting nuts without it, even a crows foot wouldn't do, (reminder, I don't have a set of 3/8 drive crows...
  9. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Back to work-ish, although strictly speaking, and...

    Back to work-ish, although strictly speaking, and my god these Spanish rules are strict, we shouldn't be unless a "vital worker" or unable to work from home", I had to risk going to the stables...
  10. I like those seats, not long distance as might be...

    I like those seats, not long distance as might be a bit hard on the coccyx.
    One can never have enough different types of spanner, a 'normal' set of combination ring/open ended serves 90% of the...
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    :crylol: :cheers:, so often it seems.

    :crylol: :cheers:, so often it seems.
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    'Ats wot I said, init? And 15" moonshines...

    'Ats wot I said, init?

    And 15" moonshines modular.
    3999.
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    1. IMHO I don't think the 'boy racer' image is in...

    1. IMHO I don't think the 'boy racer' image is in keeping with the 1970s design.
    2. they are bloody uncomfortable, I have 40 profiles on my Mercedes, I hate them.
    3.cost.
    4. sliding. although...
  14. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Thanks, ASD has it's advantages. :lmfao:

    Thanks, ASD has it's advantages. :lmfao:
  15. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    As I can't get to my workshop I built one at...

    As I can't get to my workshop I built one at home-
    Mt dear wife bought , at great expense, a monthly magazine with a monthly built it model garage of the 70's.
    15 years later I have managed to get...
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    Toe bone connected to the foot bone, the foot...

    Toe bone connected to the foot bone, the foot bone connected,,,,, well. "and that's the way of the lord"-.

    So many time I make 'A' to take 'B', trim 'B' so it fits then need to remake 'A anyway',...
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    Loving the wheels, very nice update.

    Loving the wheels, very nice update.
  18. Must say I am a little worried about the lack of...

    Must say I am a little worried about the lack of travel in the front shocks, last thing you want is to bottom out in a pot hole and go solid on the front.
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    I understand the situation, been there myself but...

    I understand the situation, been there myself but I hope they do it properly and legally, one cannot just sell someone else's property no matter the reason. Small claims court is both cheap and quick...
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    I have always recommended using gas struts in...

    I have always recommended using gas struts in parallel to take the load with the hydraulics (or electrics) to move so removing the slam down if rams fail. also makes a better, smother job of moving...
  21. Thread: Micks Red Nova

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    I can do that, kinda see things as they will be...

    I can do that, kinda see things as they will be and it is a curse, never seem to finish. Better to go at it blind to a plan.
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    Like Mercedes, at least same as my A class.

    Like Mercedes, at least same as my A class.
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    And after lunch? :whistling:

    And after lunch? :whistling:
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    You will find most agricultural machinery place...

    You will find most agricultural machinery place and truck maintenance shops will have manufacturing facilities, small bore might be the problem there. I went to mt local Factors but they wouldn't...
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    You can use screw up connectors but they must be...

    You can use screw up connectors but they must be the brake fitting type, I have used then for the rear brake on a quad and no problems but braided brake hose is also a must.

    Check out...
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