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 1 
 on: Today at 06:06:50 
Started by Sir Tigger - Last post by AndyRoid
That should have read as highest possible denomination

 2 
 on: Today at 06:01:56 
Started by AndyRoid - Last post by AndyRoid
Good luck to yer, Mark. You've got the constitution of an ox mate.  :y

Yep, all the best, and remember there are a few of us local if you need anything. :y

Cheers guys  :y :y :y


PS
I'll apologise now if I seem to be on one, the Dexamethasone has just kicked in

 3 
 on: Today at 05:43:21 
Started by joff - Last post by joff
Not fitted correctly for that to happen...

There should be a rubber bush with the groove in it... the body sits in the groove.

Have you used both washers too :-\

Should be...

Underneath:
Shock body.
Washer.
Rubber bush fitted to body aperture. (The bulk of this bush should be underneath the hole, not above it.)

Above:
Rubber bush with support bush. (Support bush inserts down through lower rubber bush.)
Second washer.
Retaining nut.

Hth :y

As in the pic that was put up, and that is how I fitted them. When I get time and it stops raining I'll pop them off and have a look

 4 
 on: Today at 05:38:13 
Started by Sir Tigger - Last post by AndyRoid
Found with 350k's worth, must be quite high up the chain too?  :o :o :o
350K is a shed load in anyone's books, but that value was probably gleaned from selling it to the end user at the lowest possible denomination (it's in town pubs here for 10 per 0.1 of a gram).

 5 
 on: Today at 05:29:32 
Started by SMD - Last post by Marksgixer
Depends on driving style. For Mr SMD .... er.... sensible driving, Elite suspension is fine. Comfortable. Rides London's bumps well. With firmness comes road surface intrusion and loss of comfort.



 6 
 on: Today at 04:49:02 
Started by kluku5 - Last post by kluku5
Always good to hear it run smoothly, esp since with this car breakdowns are easy to come by :P

 7 
 on: Today at 03:56:03 
Started by dbug - Last post by Mr.OmegaMan
Jag: XJ, E-Type... Why not add the XF to the lineup  :y

 8 
 on: Today at 00:58:45 
Started by joff - Last post by The moron who doesn't play well with others...
Not fitted correctly for that to happen...

There should be a rubber bush with the groove in it... the body sits in the groove.

Have you used both washers too :-\

Should be...

Underneath:
Shock body.
Washer.
Rubber bush fitted to body aperture. (The bulk of this bush should be underneath the hole, not above it.)

Above:
Rubber bush with support bush. (Support bush inserts down through lower rubber bush.)
Second washer.
Retaining nut.

Hth :y

 9 
 on: Today at 00:46:16 
Started by makeitsnappy - Last post by The moron who doesn't play well with others...
Failing that, you'll need a new one :-\

Gauge cluster that is...

 10 
 on: Today at 00:45:09 
Started by SMD - Last post by SMD

3.2 in Nocturno blue. They don't come much better. ;) Just need to ditch the "water bed" suspension. ::)

I was thinking about doing this actually. What needs changing? Shocks and springs only?

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