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- Sun Jun 23, 2019 10:59 pm
- Forum: Series 2
- Topic: New Left Window Regulator Binding.
- Replies: 1
- Views: 93
You just have to examine exactly what is catching/binding with what, and do a bit of careful bending to get the offending bits out of each other's path. When I was trying to get my (orginal) mechanisms to work within the (new) doors, I concluded that it's a mechanism that isn't particularly stiff (s...
Having read all the tales of split outlets on these bottles, I always feel slight anxiety every time I open the bonnet. I got a new set from SNGB as they had metal inserts and my existing ones didn't - so I hoped they'd be more durable. But judging by David's post it doesn't look like that helps. Da...
Julian, thanks a million for a superb day. It was extremely informative and enjoyable, and an exemplary approach to getting it right for your customers. You have a team to be very proud of too! Thank you too for giving me a spin in the i-pace....an addictive machine I suspect, tho not as addictive a...
- Tue May 07, 2019 9:00 am
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: I have seriously improved my E-Type!
- Replies: 7
- Views: 564
Clever fix for that irritating problem Carsten. :yellow: FWIW, my solution was to use one of those white nylon square plug nuts that hold mini headlamps in place. And a self tapping panhead screw + washer. It's designed for square holes and is split at the back so it expands when the screw goes in, ...
And to add yet another wrinkle, what about tyre diameter? Mine are SP Sports which I believe are slightly bigger than Michelins or Pirellis...and isn't EE50 currently running on low profile 205s?
Geoff, I have found that the best way to deal with the matter of parts prices is to forget what I paid as quickly as possible, and above all not to keep any kind of running total of the cost of the restoration....
And Mark, no I didn't get any specs with the springs, just the statement (delivered with some considerable conviction) that they would do the job. Which they do.
I got just under 8" (7 15/16) to bottom of tie plate. No lip as it's the Rob Beere alloy plate with a tow hole (for towing other less-reliable makes of car when they break down you understand). https://i.postimg.cc/Y24pgR3F/IMG-20190505-184139-1.jpg Geoff, that mark on the front wing is merely a scr...
Mark, I bought a new set of springs from CMC. They told me they started having them made specially after being unable to source acceptable ones anywhere. I haven't measured the ride height on my car but visually I think it's perfect. (I don't go for the low-slung look favoured by some, partly becaus...
- Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:00 pm
- Forum: Series 3
- Topic: Headlamp / sugar scoop chrome mouldings
- Replies: 7
- Views: 379
A great number of parts I have bought from the main suppliers are neither cheap, nor cheep, nor crap, nor made in China; and to assert that 95% are just isn't fair or justified.
- Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:37 pm
- Forum: Series 1
- Topic: Problems fitting courtesy light switches
- Replies: 19
- Views: 1035
No wonder you are having problems fitting the switch Phil. It doesn't go anywhere near the hinge....it sits at the top of the A post, near the base of the windscreen. It sticks out sideways and bears on a small oblong plate fixed to the inside of the door.
On the bubble wrap point, I'd just repeat what the guys at TT (now Concours Refinishing) told me - don't get it anywhere near your car. Their theory was that the bubbles contain some kind of corrosive gas that leaches out. I haven't researched it, but from bitter experience they assured me it will d...