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    A carcoon is the very best thing to maintain a...

    A carcoon is the very best thing to maintain a car in. Both mine are already in their carcoons and in March/April they will come out in EXACTLY the same condition they were put away in. Not even a...
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    ‘79 Granada chassis? They were monocoque...

    ‘79 Granada chassis? They were monocoque cars.....!
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    Looking for a part completed RAM

    Anybody out there got one they want to part with? Drop me a PM
  4. The Hive unit is great, has timer function and...

    The Hive unit is great, has timer function and can be moved around if need be. No need to use the app if you don't need to......(but useful if you've been out all day and want a toasty house before...
  5. Thread: Mystery valves

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    twin turbo encabulators?.....cool!

    twin turbo encabulators?.....cool!
  6. Thread: Mystery valves

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    Turbo encabulators?

    Turbo encabulators?
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    Had exactly the same thing atGillingham. Fitted...

    Had exactly the same thing atGillingham. Fitted an adjustable proportioning valve which was the cause of my second fail!
    after lots of head scratching, I discovered the rear pads had been...
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    Inside the Spitfire factory

    New series about Biggin Hill heritage hangar, started on More 4 last night. 1st episode probably available on catch up. Well worth watching!
    You’re welcome......😊
  9. Thread: Brake bleeder

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    Been there, done that...like a Burke, didn’t...

    Been there, done that...like a Burke, didn’t read the instructions fully, connected it to the spare with 30psi......I don’t need to tell you the mess it made. My own fault, but once bitten..........
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    Change to a magnetic sensor (under a tenner on RS...

    Change to a magnetic sensor (under a tenner on RS components website)
    2 magnets glued onto the prop, a substantial bracket and bobs your uncle.
    Yes, very probably too many pulses.....

    Simon
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    Spot on David. Filled the car up today. Of the 6...

    Spot on David. Filled the car up today. Of the 6 people that went in to pay, only one wearing a mask was...me!
    Muppets.
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    There you go....38957

    There you go....38957
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    Kevin, I might have an unused pair, let me check....

    Kevin, I might have an unused pair, let me check.
    simon
  14. Thread: L542 rear lamps

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    L542 rear lamps

    Anybody got a spare set they want to sell?
    I've got the LED board to go in them so just need the lenses and chrome surrounds.

    Simon
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    Looks really “period”, a lovely thing.

    Looks really “period”, a lovely thing.
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    its a 1999 Unique Autocraft according to the DVLA

    its a 1999 Unique Autocraft according to the DVLA
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    No, it's an overhanging balance bar pedal box...

    No, it's an overhanging balance bar pedal box from (I think) Wilwood.
    Oh and the above is supposed to read "jerks" rather than "hers"!

    Simon
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    Clutch pedal “sticky”

    When hot, my car’s clutch pedal goes down in a series of hers when depressed, and comes up the same way. It’s not awful but I’d like to know what it is. Any ideas? Slave cylinder? It’s...
  19. Thread: NASCAR belts

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    I adapted my seats by stripping them down and...

    I adapted my seats by stripping them down and getting an upholsterer to sew in a "sleeve" of leather directly above the mounting point. Cost about £25!

    Simon

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    Probably best not to go for a fool...

    Probably best not to go for a fool rebuild......sorry, couldn't resist it....
  21. Thread: NASCAR belts

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    If anyone is planning on fitting harnesses,...

    If anyone is planning on fitting harnesses, please don’t be tempted to fit 4 point jobbies. The 5 points are MUCH safer in a street car. The way our cars are built means that the seats are usually...
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    As long as you sorn it, they won’t be interested

    As long as you sorn it, they won’t be interested
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    Yes, register it in your name and SORN the...

    Yes, register it in your name and SORN the “donor”. As Clive says, if you satisfy the criteria you’ll get an age related reg. the only way to retain the original reg would be to get the donor...
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    “Greatest story never told”? Slightly...

    “Greatest story never told”?
    Slightly interesting I’d say. Why does he need crowdfunding to make the video?
  25. Thread: Jag IRS clunk

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    Took the driveshaft/hub asst up to Ed at Wards....

    Took the driveshaft/hub asst up to Ed at Wards. He replaced both U/J’s and red loctited the splines before resetting the end float. Refitted the driveshaft and all spot on now 👍
    Thanks for all...
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