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 51 
 on: Today at 17:11:57 
Started by tunnie - Last post by STEMO
So what did he die of? ???
Boredom
No, that was his audience.

 52 
 on: Today at 17:11:07 
Started by zirk - Last post by STEMO
Yep, that's the fella. Arms like a Scouse shoplifter.  ;D

 53 
 on: Today at 17:05:31 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Doctor Gollum
I can get at least four fingers in the back of the os sill without removing anything. Apparently the other side is the same... Popping the wheel arch liner out should give enough of a view.
Will take some pictures either Monday or Tuesday and we can go from there  :y

 54 
 on: Today at 17:02:25 
Started by Andy B - Last post by Nick W
Due to our immaculate roads, no doubt?  >:( >:( >:(

Ron.


The design of the spring and weight of the car are more likely to be the cause

 55 
 on: Today at 17:01:13 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Nick W
You can do the pipe for a fiver in bits and some work. Reroute it if necessary to make the job easier.


Sills are 50 each, with some welding. I have a pair here if you need them in a hurry.


Any Omega you buy is likely to need that, so fixing yours is a better idea.
PM sent :y


Saw it, but have been putting an MGF back together for the weekend.


Have you had a poke about inside the rear wheelarch at the end of the sill under the plastic cover, and along the lower edge of the inner sill yet? Photos would help. I'm probably free the week starting 29 April.

 56 
 on: Today at 16:48:05 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by Doctor Gollum
You can do the pipe for a fiver in bits and some work. Reroute it if necessary to make the job easier.


Sills are 50 each, with some welding. I have a pair here if you need them in a hurry.


Any Omega you buy is likely to need that, so fixing yours is a better idea.
PM sent :y

 57 
 on: Today at 15:55:27 
Started by Andy B - Last post by Andy B
Ooops .... it's a bit big .... not bad for an old bugger on a phone though  :y

 58 
 on: Today at 15:54:19 
Started by Andy B - Last post by Andy B

 59 
 on: Today at 15:50:38 
Started by zirk - Last post by zirk
Oh, hang on, you mean this one, B9.


 60 
 on: Today at 15:47:40 
Started by Doctor Gollum - Last post by terry paget

Leaving the test centre? I would have thought the garage would have impounded it.  ;
D

Under the new MOT rules due on 20th May, this is exactly what will happen as it will be illegal to drive an MOT failure away from a test centre.  ::)

Fine for normal folk who would leave the car at the garage for repair anyway, but a PITA for DIYer's as you either break the law or get it recovered home on a truck or trailer.  :P
Is that right? My MOT centre is so short of space we candidates queue up in the road. If he impounded one day's MOT failures he'd be chock a block. That means I can drive my untaxed car for an MOT, but if it fails I have to walk home.

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