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Messages - biggriffin

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General Discussion Area / Re: GB news starts today.
« on: Yesterday at 14:00:34 »
Will they report the issues that the government seem to push/Ignore to one side

 Eg the daily invasion at Dover, The Muslim Grooming gangs.
The leader of Batley Council, is the Brother of the Imaman that organized the protests at the School,and got a Teacher sacked, The gross postal voting by certain communities, why are certain communities all on the benefits,.
 The list is endless.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Chinese Virus
« on: Yesterday at 13:55:00 »
We have to die of something. It is inevitable.

PS.....why do some people driving alone in their car wear a mask? :-\ :-\ :-\

They live alone,and masturbate while wearing a johnny.
 

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General Car Chat / Re: Mercedes AMG63
« on: 06 June 2021, 06:45:33 »
Young Asian lad from corner shop parked his AMG63 outside our kitchen window today, I've been looking at it every time I go out. He's just been to move it and, when he started it up, the dog ran upstairs and hid under the bed  ;D
It is very loud  :o

 Well there's a surprise. ;D

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There's stories every day about this invasion, the Lawyers that helped with this claim are known to assist in beating the system, Then there's the Invaders that are wearing 500 trainers, i-,phone12 etc.  O and inspector Clussoue can't even find were they keep buying 20ft ribs and 30+ life jackets from, can't see them being towed to the beach, loaded up,and then launched.

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If you dont want the stench of burning rubber, drill a lot of holes in the rubber part of the bush then whatever means of brute force and ignorance to knock the rubber part out.
Then hacksaw the outer metal ring until its almost cut through then knock it out with a small chisel.
As mentioned, always best to fit polybushes in the front, once the old bushes are out.

 This ^^^^ for fronts,
Poly fronts, std rubber for rear.
 I had the advantage of a 30tonne press, to push rears in,

If your doing rear suspension donuts I think there's a guide, they aren't to difficult with common hammers and pry bars to remove, and washing up liquid to replace
I use KY jelly, slips straight in  :y

 KY is good as it's water based, and oil or grease might allow it to continue moving once fitted.

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If you dont want the stench of burning rubber, drill a lot of holes in the rubber part of the bush then whatever means of brute force and ignorance to knock the rubber part out.
Then hacksaw the outer metal ring until its almost cut through then knock it out with a small chisel.
As mentioned, always best to fit polybushes in the front, once the old bushes are out.

 This ^^^^ for fronts,
Poly fronts, std rubber for rear.
 I had the advantage of a 30tonne press, to push rears in,

If your doing rear suspension donuts I think there's a guide, they aren't to difficult with common hammers and pry bars to remove, and washing up liquid to replace

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Omega General Help / Re: Front Caliper bolts etc
« on: 01 June 2021, 19:06:58 »
Looks about right for the bolts.

Why aren't you reusing them?

This. Clean them up, re-thread lock and torque to spec. Also, if you're going to this much trouble, why not change the nipple too? Also make sure you have a nipple cover, it helps to stops them rusting in

Well if it was that easy I wouldn't be asking the question  :D

Yep have replacement bleed nipples already for them  :y

The existing calipers are Brembo 18Z six pots that are going to be used elsewhere, the used pair of calipers I have been refurbishing to fit are missing the specified bolts  :y

It's all part of a long term plan  8)

 He's got a big brake kit from our Polish wizard ;)

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Omega General Help / Re: Is this ATF ok...
« on: 31 May 2021, 19:58:29 »
If you have friends in a local Bus Garage, or plant hire, ask them for some Shell spirex.

This stuff.  https://www.lubricantsupplies.co.uk/buy-shell-spirax-s2-atf-ax-x-20-litres.html

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Omega General Help / Re: Aux belt tensioner seems loose
« on: 28 May 2021, 20:13:29 »
Iirc it's a 6pk2100 belt.
Would be a tad loose.
V6 with aircon compressor = 6PK2020
V6 without aircon or compressor omitted = 6PK1900
The best ones are Contitech. Some makes, eg Gates, specify belts that are slightly shorter and are therefore harder to fit.

 Thank you, I wasn't 100% sure

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General Car Chat / Re: Bangers n cash
« on: 28 May 2021, 20:12:02 »
So how far did the "Marina" lovers get before it became to much


2.3 miles beyond the motorway on-slip?

   ;D :D

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General Car Chat / Re: Bangers n cash
« on: 28 May 2021, 11:18:28 »
So how far did the "Marina" lovers get before it became to much

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General Car Chat / Re: ad blue tank
« on: 27 May 2021, 21:54:42 »
Ad-blue faults... Your lucky you haven't got Trucks.. 1000 is normally the smallest bill,  Advice for those who have ad-blue, keep tank topped up, and use good quality ad-blue,.

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Why? It's there to help cool the engine, so if it's not there,,, engine will run hotter,and hot oil doesn't lubricate very well.

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General Car Chat / Re: Bangers n cash
« on: 27 May 2021, 21:01:34 »

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General Car Chat / Re: Bangers n cash
« on: 27 May 2021, 20:48:47 »
Opti n Tigger, are getting comfortable,with a box of tissues as we type.  ;D

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