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  1. Thread: Scissor lift

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    good to hear it worked for you. I followed the...

    good to hear it worked for you. I followed the advice of the supplier who advised that they had installations that popped standard breakers hence they recommended 16A ‘c’ curve that apparently...
  2. Thread: Scissor lift

    by Peaches94
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    agree with Paul. I have one and it’s a great...

    agree with Paul. I have one and it’s a great bit of kit. Don’t forget to factor in transport costs and even though they are single phase, you will need to change the relevant circuit breaker to a...
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    I think I’d be trying to get it aligned as best...

    I think I’d be trying to get it aligned as best as possible, main reason being if it’s slightly off, then it can have an impact on where the exhausts exit assuming using side pipes.
    Others may...
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    Hi sorry about the delay. 37785 My Carter...

    Hi sorry about the delay.
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    My Carter pump can just be seen to the left of the water bottle. Its actually mounted as low down as possible.
    Hope this helps
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    Fitted my pump in the engine bay, low down by...

    Fitted my pump in the engine bay, low down by transmission tunnel, near side. Works a treat. Will see if I have a photo.
  6. Another vote for Hylomar

    Another vote for Hylomar
  7. Thread: Door Locks

    by Peaches94
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    Craig, I used a section of stainless steel tube...

    Craig, I used a section of stainless steel tube where you have the lock nut. This allows the metal strap to sit closer to the fibreglass and it bolts up nice an tight.
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    I’ve got some stick on wheelarch spats you can...

    I’ve got some stick on wheelarch spats you can have for the cost of postage. You just need to source some double sided 3m tape. PM me if of any use.
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    Could be the float/needle valve isn’t seating...

    Could be the float/needle valve isn’t seating correctly and carb is flooding when under pressure from fuel pump. Is the fuel pump electric or engine driven?
  10. 37524 Hi Pete, old photo here, will try and...

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    Hi Pete, old photo here, will try and get a clearer one.
  11. Hi Pete, I run my plug leads below the headers...

    Hi Pete, I run my plug leads below the headers rather than dropping down in between. I’ve got same heat boots and some are definitely touching headers. No problem thus far but think i’ll be...
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    Rear arch protection

    Has anyone had any success with clear arch protectors instead of the usual stainless jobs?
    if yes, where did you source them from?
    Ive tried a couple of local wrappers but they only seem interested...
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    Hi Craig, I used some body filler from...

    Hi Craig, I used some body filler from Toolstation, Think it was called Big Boy !. Seems to have done the trick and I also used it for sticking some cable ties under the wings. All still in place.
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    Definitely a real spider!

    Definitely a real spider!
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    Here’s how mine went ...

    Here’s how mine went

    http://www.cobraclub.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=37424&stc=1
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    Just resurrecting this thread with a bit of...

    Just resurrecting this thread with a bit of feedback on running these gauges for a while and its all been quite positive. Very easy to install and calibrate and, if you need it, support is lifetime...
  17. Thread: Gas Rams

    by Peaches94
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    Self tapper screws works for me. Plenty strong...

    Self tapper screws works for me. Plenty strong enough so far.
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    Well done - it’s a great feeling.

    Well done - it’s a great feeling.
  19. Thread: IVA pass

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    Excellent - well done

    Excellent - well done
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    Free slimline Ak seat bases

    If anyone is worried about getting through IVA seatbelt upper fixing height test, I have a pair of thinner bases I made that fit the standard Ak seats. Available for cost of postage.
    pm me if...
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    For what it’s worth I followed Paul’s design...

    For what it’s worth I followed Paul’s design although in aluminium and it’s worked a treat for me. Brake servo and pipe work nice and cool when stationary.
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    I had quite a few situations where I couldn’t...

    I had quite a few situations where I couldn’t get a gromit to fit so ran the conduit through the bulkhead and sealed it with sikaflex. Passed the Iva so must be ok.
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    As Craig says. However if you are using a Savage...

    As Craig says.
    However if you are using a Savage switch for the brake warning light it’s quite easy to also enable the switch function to test the bulb. There’s a diagram in my blog if it helps.
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    Based on my experience thus far, the AK mod...

    Based on my experience thus far, the AK mod walked the IVA test but does still require a hefty pull for full effect. It’s too early for me to know how much adjustment is needed ongoing but I...
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    Here are some photos of my setup. This was one of...

    Here are some photos of my setup. This was one of the first done with the mod so the chassis rail needed to be drilled to accommodate. Hope this helps....
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