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  1. Thread: Scissor lift

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    Hi, When I was looking a lot of people...

    Hi,

    When I was looking a lot of people recommended the Automotechservices one. I also saw this in use at a fellow members garage and was impressed with the build and operation of the lift.
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  2. Thread: Thermostat check

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    After my last flush out and change of antifreeze....

    After my last flush out and change of antifreeze. My trip too France in September the car was running cool in U.K. until we got to 32c and temperature was spot on . I am going from copper rad to...
  3. Thread: Thermostat check

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    That's interesting to know. I have read a similar...

    That's interesting to know. I have read a similar write up and dont use distilled water as it creates more corrosion.
  4. Thread: Evening all

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    Hi Still learning and enjoying the drive after...

    Hi
    Still learning and enjoying the drive after 23 years of ownership. Get to know your car. There is a wealth of knowledge on the forum so it's a great place to ask questions and it will save you...
  5. Thread: Thermostat check

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    Just a bit of corrosion. Bit of silicon RTV will...

    Just a bit of corrosion. Bit of silicon RTV will sort it for temporary fix ! It always amazes me how much iron comes off iron heads even having antifreeze and flushing the system each year.
  6. Thread: Best oil filter

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    Hi I have used Champ and Fram. But after...

    Hi

    I have used Champ and Fram. But after seeing a review on oil filters I am staying away from Fram. I think more important is the oil and how often you change it. I do a yearly change and filter...
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    I think they might of changed the oil by then !...

    I think they might of changed the oil by then ! Mine worked out 1.5 ltr on XJ6 .
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    Hi, My original Dax gas struts lost gas and...

    Hi,

    My original Dax gas struts lost gas and the cost of refilling was not a great saving so ended up buying new ones from RS adjustable stainless ones and been great for last 8 years ! I have...
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    I don't know the circumstances of the thief but...

    I don't know the circumstances of the thief but it must be rare for a cobra to be stolen as they are so high profile and stand out. If its trailerd and covered then they can move it around unseen....
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    Stolen Cobra LHJ 201W Essex

    James Scott's father-in-Law owner.
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    In the second video at 4mins the silver XK120...

    In the second video at 4mins the silver XK120 almost takes out the guy. He was very lucky not to been hit. Look like a walker!
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    Thanks. Had a clear out .

    Thanks. Had a clear out .
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    It seems strange that at the 2008 MOT it has...

    It seems strange that at the 2008 MOT it has reported of pitted brakes which occur when the car is stood and not used. So the accumulated 24,000 miles over 16 months for cobra is skeptical 1500 miles...
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    I see they are all waiting for a ride out ....

    I see they are all waiting for a ride out . Brilliant !
  15. Thread: Bumper grommets

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    Hi Simon, Put me down for a set. Worth making...

    Hi Simon,

    Put me down for a set. Worth making sure they have enough in stock.
  16. Love the test track scene at 13 mins . I think...

    Love the test track scene at 13 mins . I think they lost some BHP at only 65 BHP !
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    My clutch is heavy and was looking at remote...

    My clutch is heavy and was looking at remote servo's to lighten it for the Misses to drive as she said f## what is that the brake haha. Not changed it so I have to drive it all the time. The remote...
  18. Thread: Bumper grommets

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    They look a good alternative option. I have come...

    They look a good alternative option. I have come across a few custom rubber grommet manufacturers in the U.k. and it would be interesting on a volume quote. I would need dimensions for a quote and...
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    It should be a Girling part Brake Clutch Master...

    It should be a Girling part Brake Clutch Master Cylinder .500 .625 .700 .750 .813 Bore OEM Girling Wilwood.

    There should be a size marked .625 or .750. The size is the bore size usually .750 also...
  20. Thread: Winter Lay Up

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    If you are going away and not having any contact...

    If you are going away and not having any contact with the vehicle ? Then six months might well flat spot the tyres. If not move the car every month should not flat spot your tyres. Try and turn the...
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    Another one for Valvoline VR1 20w 50.

    Another one for Valvoline VR1 20w 50.
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    Some dimensions of the T10 might help.

    Some dimensions of the T10 might help.
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    I see your tyre fitter did not fit the red dot...

    I see your tyre fitter did not fit the red dot next to the valve as this would allow for the least about of weights to be used to balance the wheel. Yellow dot is ignored as you have a red dot. I...
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    I would just use 3/4 inch thick ones would be...

    I would just use 3/4 inch thick ones would be fine for all as you only have exhaust flange and gasket thickness. I would cut them down or order a set of 3/4 inch x6 bolts which will save you the...
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    The sandwich plate with built in thermostat. The...

    The sandwich plate with built in thermostat. The do different temperatures.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6Z2q-ttyOA
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