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 on: Today at 01:24:51 
Started by flymofred - Last post by joff
I don't want to be too chasie but I am still needing this mirror. Thank you for your interest. martinH

I have a few silver mirror's here but not from a 2003 I think, is it just the plastic covers you need or the complete unit, can you use any of the parts from your mirror ;) as I don't think any of mine are from an Elite

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 on: Today at 01:13:29 
Started by Doctor Opti - Last post by Vamps
Still going down. ???

I may change the valves just as a process of elimination. I'm not overly hopeful it will sort the problem though.

Looking on the bright side the foot pump gives me a good workout. I now have the physique of a Greek God. :y

I bought an electric pump, that stops automatically once you put the pressure in it, used it a few times on the Jeep, not yet on the Mig or the Honda................. :y :y

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 on: Today at 00:56:03 
Started by yt03 - Last post by dbug
Looks good mate - would be better if you swapped the brown coolant tank for a clear one ;)  By the way your coolant level looks a little low.

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 on: Today at 00:48:51 
Started by flymofred - Last post by Taxi Al
As a stop gap, you can fit ANY Omega B mirror, but you will lose the memory function if it isn't an Elite one... ;)

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 on: Today at 00:45:23 
Started by D_Mcginty - Last post by Taxi Al
Clutch Plate fitted the wrong way round :-\

Clutch plate was pictured when taken out and has "FS" (FlywheelSide) marked on it. Double checked it so its not in wrong way .
This suggests that you refitted the old friction plate :-\

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 on: Today at 00:43:31 
Started by amazonian - Last post by Taxi Al
Amazonian,

As Dbug says, if you have 16" wheels you need 225/55/16 tyres and if you have 17" wheels you need 235/45/17 tyres.

Locally, you cannot beat WG Tyres at Billingshurst Station...

 :y

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 on: Today at 00:36:45 
Started by amazonian - Last post by Taxi Al
OK, I'll bite...
A helpful post...
If you have 16" rims the correct size is 225/55 R 16
If you have 17" rims the correct size is 235/45 R 17

HTH ;)

A less helpful one...
if only Gixer was still here ................   ::)

And as for...
if only Gixer was still here ................   ::)

Luckily he's not - xmas has come early ;)
Well... :-X

If you insist on an autopsy, sod off to Gen Diss :-*

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 on: Today at 00:32:45 
Started by 4x4 - Last post by dbug
Gordon keeble :y

Correct!  :y :y Quite a car in the day. I've seen them at shows, but never on the road.

No prize though other than the glowing satisfaction of knowing it

An ex-copper friend of mine has one - as said quite a car in its day

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 on: Today at 00:23:12 
Started by 4x4 - Last post by Doctor Opti
Gordon keeble :y

Correct!  :y :y Quite a car in the day. I've seen them at shows, but never on the road.

No prize though other than the glowing satisfaction of knowing it

Agreed. Came with a 5.7 lite Chevrolet lump if memory serves.

All things being equal I'd go for an Iso Grifo instead. :y

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 on: Today at 00:18:53 
Started by DrAndyB - Last post by dbug
Shouldn't spray your baby with underseal mate, and most people let their babies live in their houses ;)

If you're asking about your car, then it is worth doing - advice as above, ie good preparation and brush application ;)

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