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    Nice job, looking very tidy.

    Nice job, looking very tidy.
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    Kevin, couple here, note that because the flat...

    Kevin, couple here, note that because the flat area the lights sit on is still profiled for the round lights, a little of that curved body section immediately above the rear lights will be removed to...
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    Mine is not SORN'd either but its going to be a...

    Mine is not SORN'd either but its going to be a couple of days before its ready for the road:

    https://i.imgur.com/ZJL2oLb.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/L44nW7g.jpg
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    Its the couple of mates that's the problem for me...

    Its the couple of mates that's the problem for me in lockdown, I know how to bleed anything with a helper but in lockdown I have had to find new ways of doing many things on my own.
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    Jon, Always used a gunson easy bleed before...

    Jon, Always used a gunson easy bleed before although it has more often than not been a gunson fluid distribution system and mess maker. I thought at that price I would get one of those. Got it...
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    That's a very good tip, easy to make that mistake.

    That's a very good tip, easy to make that mistake.
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    Early RAM cars use 7/16 unf. I know that's not a...

    Early RAM cars use 7/16 unf. I know that's not a Dax but there were quite a few relationships between the two. I would get out the vernier and a thread gauge or just buy an m10 nut and check.
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    I have seen the "SC" it is a glorious looking car...

    I have seen the "SC" it is a glorious looking car in the flesh, yes its got a few bits not quite perfect but I actually like those wheels on it. It really did look good up close. Got some pictures...
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    Yes, that's part of my problem as well. Although...

    Yes, that's part of my problem as well. Although it feels too soft I can't get the rear ride height down to where I want it. Got a feeling I am going to end up getting something bespoke wound.
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    Thanks, will check mine but I think they are too...

    Thanks, will check mine but I think they are too long and too soft.
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    I have never had a problem using a normal tap for...

    I have never had a problem using a normal tap for these jobs, just make sure you get it started properly and use some oil. I have always used a plug tap or No3 tap as its not for starting the thread...
  12. I don't think that the country of origin...

    I don't think that the country of origin necessarily tells you very much these days. If you want a quality product from China for instance and you spec that and pay for it then that is what you will...
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    Thanks Justin, can see those fine. Similar...

    Thanks Justin, can see those fine. Similar installation to the other pics just on the other side.
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    Kevin, got some more pictures for you, I will...

    Kevin, got some more pictures for you, I will upload as soon as I get the chance, probably not until the weekend now though.
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    Would appreciate it Kev, the more pics I have the...

    Would appreciate it Kev, the more pics I have the less real engineering I need to do!
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    That's neat, and just about exactly where I am...

    That's neat, and just about exactly where I am going to want it as well, thanks for posting the pic.
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    Thanks Jon, yes I was not bothered about belt...

    Thanks Jon, yes I was not bothered about belt length as you say there are many options. But it's very useful to see what you have used for the fixtures and fittings. I know I can make anything given...
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    Justin, no pictures unfortunately, I do not have...

    Justin, no pictures unfortunately, I do not have an PES pump either and have a mechanical water pump, a standard one AFAIK. Will look at that fitting kit as its the most important bit I need.
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    Weird, just been through my folder of bills...

    Weird, just been through my folder of bills (depressing) and cannot find the one from Adrian which I know had the spring rates on, they still feel rather soft to me though. Will have to see if it...
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    Simon, no I had not thought to look at real...

    Simon, no I had not thought to look at real steel, will do so. Kev, yes, good point. Andy, will look at those as well although i am not looking for anything that makes a noise!
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    I have singles on the back now as well but got...

    I have singles on the back now as well but got mine from Adrian, they seem a bit soft to me although without going through the paperwork I cannot remember their rating, could you let me know how long...
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    Ford Windsor alternator installation

    Can any of you help me with some pictures of your alternator setups on ford small blocks, also part nos and sources for the bracketry. I currently have no alternator and no bracketry and no belt and...
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    Like the look of that engine, coming along...

    Like the look of that engine, coming along nicely. Did you get the new body shell yet?
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    Ah, you probably do need a stabiliser for that...

    Ah, you probably do need a stabiliser for that gauge, that must be some old stock I would guess. So, back to your original question! the gauges will draw nothing, so your 3amp fuse should be fine...
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    Well thats rather strange, are you sure that part...

    Well thats rather strange, are you sure that part No does not have an "A" in front of it? "ABF 2242-03C"? Because if it did, its the same as mine and Smiths told me it does not need a stabiliser. ...
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