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    No exact match here but it looks like about 1.8mm...

    No exact match here but it looks like about 1.8mm dia maybe? https://www.allorings.com/o-ring-groove-design-metric

    Groove dimensions are very specific in theory .. I think in practice most places...
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    Cheers guys :) Got down there again Monday...

    Cheers guys :)

    Got down there again Monday night (brrrr!) and needed a 55º angle for the starter tube on no 7. I had a 45º and a 10º pre-cut so thought, why not..

    I knocked up a couple of...
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    Yeah, I think I will just extend the hole...

    Yeah, I think I will just extend the hole downward a little - it's probably a little high anyway and the lower angle is a more 'natural' looking exit, and like you say.. paint and filler hides...
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    That's the fella .. he keeps threatening to come...

    That's the fella .. he keeps threatening to come round and give me some pointers, though it hasn't quite worked out yet (we've been out every time he's been in the area)!
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    keV, I have seriously considered your approach!...

    keV, I have seriously considered your approach! I'm sure Joe at BTB would do it and it would save a lot over a full price job..

    Thanks for the encouragement though all, it is appreciated! Gave it...
  6. Aye - actually it was a different recovery...

    Aye - actually it was a different recovery company and garage; the garage doesn't run any recovery trucks but came highly recommended via the owners forum.. after me spending weeks on it, they...
  7. Dragging this thread back up just for...

    Dragging this thread back up just for completeness (because how annoying is it to Google your problem only to find a thread that was never answered?):

    The new PCM did not fix the problem so, er,...
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    Are you sure, Lloyd, because I can quite happily...

    Are you sure, Lloyd, because I can quite happily trailer the car to Shropshire... :lol: (now the Range Rover is fixed, anyway!)

    I think I'm going to start no 8 (passenger side rear) again - the...
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    I have spent more time down in the garage but...

    I have spent more time down in the garage but with precious little to show for it, it feels! I did get the last two pipes on the passenger side prototyped, and had a really nice fit for at least one...
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    You know, it's a shame you didn't start the...

    You know, it's a shame you didn't start the heatshield about six months ago. I had some old Rolls Royce jet turbine heat shields you could have had to cut up and bond on. Sadly by the time you got...
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    I don't think the trailer could have been a...

    I don't think the trailer could have been a tighter fit if you tried!

    Good progress!
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    Or Chris at Brasscraft, who supplied Dax screens...

    Or Chris at Brasscraft, who supplied Dax screens for many years
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    Manuel, he say: And Which is a tad...

    Manuel, he say:



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    Which is a tad contradictory to the IVA manual, because that EEC directive says:
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    I signed but I also note that the consultation...

    I signed but I also note that the consultation period ended 11/22 so I imagine it's a done deal - not that the government care; they want us out of our internal combustion cars and into EVs, anyway....
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    For comparison, the front ARB on my Range Rover...

    For comparison, the front ARB on my Range Rover is 30mm.. there's more to it than just diameter of course - length of the arms is a factor plus material.

    Easier to change yours than mine, though...
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    Yeah! I mean look at those! :)

    Yeah! I mean look at those! :)
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    The headers look fantastic, Chris! So good that I...

    The headers look fantastic, Chris! So good that I think I better stop posting pictures of mine, now.. ;) :lol:
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    I had been wondering this myself as my regular...

    I had been wondering this myself as my regular shoes (Skechers) are way too wide to operate a single pedal.. going for the clutch means clutch & brake go down, and going for the brake, etc. A friend...
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    I will never be able to look at you the same...

    I will never be able to look at you the same again, Chris :lol:
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    Excellent work there! The restored chassis looks...

    Excellent work there! The restored chassis looks night and day compared to the original; should be a very nice Trevor once done but will you keep it, or is the joy more in the doing than the driving...
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    If you really want the 22.5deg bends - perhaps...

    If you really want the 22.5deg bends - perhaps some pre-formed aluminium bends with straight rubber couplers at each end? Although .. now I look I'm only finding pre-made 45deg bends in that, too..
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    Hey Paul - yeah, there will need to be some sort...

    Hey Paul - yeah, there will need to be some sort of thermal protection; likely more than one kind I think!

    Wrapping has the advantage of being quite 'thin' but also means you can't see the exhaust...
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    I can't decide if you're still talking about...

    I can't decide if you're still talking about driving a Dino, or suggesting where Ken might be able to, err, "lose" his wife..
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    I have a Delta now as well - FLSun Q5 - but both...

    I have a Delta now as well - FLSun Q5 - but both have really long bowden tubes (the Q5 is quite tall being a delta, although not as tall as the QQ-S which is gigantic!) :) You remind me that I need...
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    Nice! I haven't yet tried printing TPU - are you...

    Nice! I haven't yet tried printing TPU - are you running direct drive or bowden?
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