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General Discussion Area / Re: 3D Printer Chat
« on: Today at 12:30:44 »
Is it their Xmas pressie?  If so, you need to wait for the big fat bloke to come down the chimney.


He'll be waiting a long time , I don't travel as far as Auckland to do roofing or chimney repairs   :D
Bishop Auckland isn't too far up the M1 :D
26 hours via A380 .....
;D

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Omega General Help / Re: Shock went into the boot
« on: Today at 10:02:40 »
something like this example clcicky , welded in ,just a case of finding something that fits ,big enough to replace the section of rot .
I can't see that working due to the shape of the affected area.

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Omega General Help / Re: Shock went into the boot
« on: Yesterday at 20:07:25 »
Thanks....I'll take her to welder tomorrow, to see if it can be done and the price of it.
Pull the boot carpet before hand so they have a clear picture as soon as they open the boot.

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Omega General Help / Re: Shock went into the boot
« on: Yesterday at 20:06:40 »
90566605
90566606

Are the part numbers for the inner quarter assemblies.

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Omega General Help / Re: Shock went into the boot
« on: Yesterday at 19:58:24 »
The actual turret panel is about 6" square and if you remove the rear wheel arch liner or boot trim, you can clearly see it.

In theory it would have been available as a separate piece.

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Omega General Help / Re: Shock went into the boot
« on: Yesterday at 19:55:54 »
The shock turret can theoretically be replaced by drilling the spot welds and welding in a replacement turret removed from a rust free inner quarter.

I had an at length debate on here with Terry Paget on the very subject.

Obviously there will be those that insist that it can't be done.

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General Discussion Area / Re: 3D Printer Chat
« on: Yesterday at 15:11:32 »
Is it their Xmas pressie?  If so, you need to wait for the big fat bloke to come down the chimney.


He'll be waiting a long time , I don't travel as far as Auckland to do roofing or chimney repairs   :D
Bishop Auckland isn't too far up the M1 :D

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General Car Chat / Re: Apt number plates
« on: Yesterday at 15:09:11 »
Saw a street sign on the corner of W52nd and Times Square...

W C Handys Place :D

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Within the light switch. Specifically pins 7(connects to the rear fog light switch) and 13(headlight level rheostat where fitted).

Also feeds pin 1 on the indicator switch and the DRL relay
.

The wire the fuses are fed from is the WhiteYellow one.

Secondarily, the left hand headlight connects to the headlight levelling ecu (in on Pin19 and out Pin2 rh and Pin4 lh). Any extra resistance at the Level ecu will pull down the voltage at the left headlight. The ground for this is the body ground under the battery.

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Omega General Help / Re: 2002 2.2 auto engine cooling
« on: Yesterday at 10:38:51 »
90 given the 92 thermostat.

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General Car Chat / Re: Apt number plates
« on: 26 November 2022, 19:31:38 »
Similar thing with books.

I'm currently reading a book on penis enlargement by the Welsh author  Ivor Biggun.

 You been on TV, me lud
https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/20216095/channel-4-massive-cock-penis/

Every little helps.....although women will tell you they can have too much of a good thing. ;)
Unless you come across one that wants to eat their cake :D

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General Car Chat / Apt number plates
« on: 26 November 2022, 13:08:54 »
Saw a number plate on the way home this morning which reminded me of G5POT on a chrome wrapped Full Fat Range Rover.

HY69CCK...

The vehicle, unsurprisingly, a current model Range Rover Sport :D

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This may indicate a fault with the switch itself, especially as everything else seems to be in order  :-\

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General Car Chat / Re: One for the long suffering Mrs STMO.
« on: 24 November 2022, 13:15:17 »
75bhp in the Ibiza wasn't unreasonable.

110 in the A1 will be fine. The Q being a turgid suv type thing with all the finesse of a Jaegerbomb

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General Car Chat / Re: Worlds gone mad
« on: 24 November 2022, 10:52:20 »
I watched the Transit go through,have to say it was restored beautifully but that's a lot of brass.

Not really restored, this is an ex German fire van converted from lhd. It would of been completely rust free to start with.
Defgo not 'Original' then ;D

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