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  1. Ah yes - nothing is going to find the weak bits...

    Ah yes - nothing is going to find the weak bits like putting gobs of power down through racing slicks! :mrgreen:
  2. Funny - I looked at the various straight cut...

    Funny - I looked at the various straight cut options (it was easier to find pictures of those!) and noticed none of them had the fence .. but figured you'd want a stock replacement rather than drop a...
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    If they had Britney circa 1999 in there, I'd have...

    If they had Britney circa 1999 in there, I'd have been in like a shot! :mrgreen:
  4. Ah, farm maintenance.. if you can't fix it with...

    Ah, farm maintenance.. if you can't fix it with bailing wire, get a hammer. If you can't fix it with a hammer, get a bigger tool! ;) (No offence to any farmers out there - I grew up around them and,...
  5. Manual boxes aren't too bad.. automatics are just...

    Manual boxes aren't too bad.. automatics are just filled with black magic though and need several ritual sacrifices to ensure they'll still work once reassembled :mrgreen:

    Lovely informative video...
  6. I believe that's called the "expense ring" .....

    I believe that's called the "expense ring" .. because it's expensive.

    .. no idea, really. I did try a quick look on the EPCs I could find, but not knowing which Impreza (and there are so many...
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    Hah, sorry about that.. you can ignore the PM I...

    Hah, sorry about that.. you can ignore the PM I just sent you, then! Which is when I also realised my PM box was full (because I couldn't send any, either) :lol: Glad it arrived safely! There was a...
  8. Thread: Scissor lift

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    Strange. None of those things are things that...

    Strange. None of those things are things that I've done - standard house breaker, 13A plug.. works fine. (It also came with hydraulic oil, although I can't remember if I had to order that with it or...
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    I refitted the fuel tank having modified the...

    I refitted the fuel tank having modified the straps a little to make the job easier (still a two man job, though!) and bought some more extra-flexible filler hose because I cut the last one a smidge...
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    I'd have said yes - fill it with oil, spin it...

    I'd have said yes - fill it with oil, spin it over by hand and run it through the gears to try and give everything a good coating of oil.. that should keep the moisture induced rust at bay. Assuming...
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    The wiring diagram indicates that pin 30 feeds...

    The wiring diagram indicates that pin 30 feeds one side of the coil, so the other side needs a switched path to ground as you say (via the switch).

    Matches the wiring diagram here:...
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    I remember the thread about those - they look...

    I remember the thread about those - they look lovely!

    I particularly like that you have the screw heads aligned. Thumbs up for OCD! ;)
  13. Thread: Dax seats

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    I'm, er.. 24st at the moment (I did get lower but...

    I'm, er.. 24st at the moment (I did get lower but then .. bah, diets) and fit the Dax seats OK once they are padded; they're not as narrow as you think :)
  14. Thread: Dax seats

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    This, 1000x this. Phone Ash, he makes a perfect...

    This, 1000x this. Phone Ash, he makes a perfect set of steel framed seats that are narrowed at the rear base specifically for the Dax floorpan.

    I had him cover my Dax fibreglass shells, but I'm...
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    Hey Andrezj - my indicators are 83mm, but I have...

    Hey Andrezj - my indicators are 83mm, but I have some 73mm ones as well, so 73mm is just fine :) As you guessed, brushed with no lettering for me! I'll PM you.


    KugaWestie - the side vents are...
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    May & June saw some travel, so little other...

    May & June saw some travel, so little other progress, but I did start on the fuel filler - another “easy job” on my to-do list. First, I punched a hole in the side of the boot to get the flexible...
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    First job in May was to fit the door latches - I...

    First job in May was to fit the door latches - I wanted a nice ‘easy win’ on my to-do list, and thought .. how hard can that be? Follow instructions, job done.


    So I did! First, a tip:...
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    Very, very much so .. it was both the hardest...

    Very, very much so .. it was both the hardest decision I've ever made and the easiest to let him go; it meant no more pain for him, but a lot for us. We scattered his ashes in the local park (and I...
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    January 2019 .. I realised I had an issue with...

    January 2019 .. I realised I had an issue with the steering; an enormous amount of play. Most of it seems to have been in the universal joints that came from Dax many years previously, so I replaced...
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    It's brushed finished, no lettering :)

    It's brushed finished, no lettering :)
  21. The one Kevin posted works - the one the OP...

    The one Kevin posted works - the one the OP posted is mangled (copied & pasted from somewhere with the ellipsis already inserted, which broke the link) :)
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    Whoops - I meant it was the fronts that were...

    Whoops - I meant it was the fronts that were right, but the rears were wrong.. I think. Either way they weren't right and another forum member bought them instead, so no harm done there.

    I really...
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    It looked like most of the people who made it...

    It looked like most of the people who made it around the corner actually got off the brakes (and therefore regained steering) .. the ones who didn't, didn't. That said, maybe the ones that didn't...
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    https://i.ibb.co/1L0NLcS/image.png...

    https://i.ibb.co/1L0NLcS/image.png

    Which reminds me, I still have one of your rear holders here, if anyone wants one.. payment would be to Andrzej as always, of course.
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    While I was away for work the main +ve and -ve...

    While I was away for work the main +ve and -ve feeds for the loom went in courtesy of my Dad, and on my return I fiddled with the microswitch on the handbrake a little bit to try and get it working...
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