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Not knowing anything about this process I have no idea. The company I used has done work for an E Type restorer on multiple occasions and they are primarily doing cad for aviation. I trusted them as it is their profession. Hopefully no surprises come my way!
Thanks everyone for your invaluable input as usual. I’ll order a set of replacement non countersunk washers so as to get it right although these have done the job at least since restoration 30 years ago (whichever way they were oriented) Bugger as I just put a little order into SNG last week. Hopefu...
Thanks Steve, yes I’m aware of the difference in lengths as your picture shows and have assembled the lowers correctly and I’m confident the washers, upper & lower, are in their correct locations.
Hi gents, A little bit each day, no matter how small. Some progress with the front suspension. Upper wishbones being sent for nylon cup upper ball joint fitment. The upper fulcrum shaft inner washers on mine are countersunk. Correct? If so, does it sit against the shaft or the bush? I didn’t pay eno...
cactusman wrote: ↑Fri Jun 19, 2020 8:21 pmFor a series 1 with the single two blade pretty useless fan I'd go for a coolkat fan. Straight replacement for the old two blade and fits within the outer fan housing perfectly. Looks almost factory Works brilliantly. You can swap the old for the new in 30 mins
I had settled on zinc until I was advised of a company that still did cadmium primarily for aviation. Interestingly it was cheaper than my quote locally for zinc. Win win (unusual for me!)
Hi gents, My front suspension parts recently Cadmium plated. I also had the bonnet balance links and all bonnet catches done. All nuts and bolts were done too. A small rust stain on one of the top wishbones which was there previously is still showing but apart from that I’m happy. I’ve just pressed ...