The new " what have you done to your bay today " thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Poptop2, Feb 7, 2013.

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  1. Changed the fuel filler elbow and found a 5mm split in it. Probably reponsible for a smell after filling ip.
    Changed all the breather connections in the engine bay using 5.5 mm fuel injection hose. In the end they all went on although I was bleeding.

    Changed the primary main and primary air on the carb to see if it was going to make a difference.


    When I turned the carb over yellow oily stuff not petrol came out of the primary air jet and emulsion stack and out the primary main along with petrol..... strange ....


    Decided to check over where I got to with the K-jetronic FI back in March before I had to rebuild an engine instead.
    Found all the bits were still in the box.

    Cleaned the bus.

    Went for a drive and an ice cream at Weston Shore. The queue at the ice cream van in front of us evaporated when the guy selling the ice cream refused to tell a customer which was his cheapest ice cream. He told him to read the prices on the side if the van. About three families and a million kids walked off in solidarity. No wait for us..
     
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  2. Merlin Cat

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    Cheers @pkrboo

    I checked that this morning and was still flummoxed, then noticed an awning clamp had slipped and was getting caught :(. Fortunately the door shut before we had a storm :)
     
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  3. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    Drink is the ruination of many a good slider door.;)
     
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  4. Merlin Cat

    Merlin Cat Moderator

    My friend in her van said she could hear me cursing last night and nearly shouted "there's something stuck in it you muppet" as I was obviously trying continuously oblivious to the fact it wasn't working :oops: I believe alcohol to be a factor!!
     
  5. And awning zips and toggles:oops:
     
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  6. Had that happen to mine at Eskdale - so have decided to use figure 8 clips instead
     
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  7. Haha true enough, I went into a panic one night when ours wouldn't shut. After about 15 minutes I finally twigged the duvet was caught in ittuesday_wildchild
     
  8. If that's the one at the fuel nozzle end that's my next job.
    Easy?

    Fuel cap off,
    2 jubilees off ,
    Fit new elbow,
    2 jubilees on,
    Fuel cap on,
    Job jobbed?
     
  9. Out camping and using the new propex heater mmmm toasty
     
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  10. Woke up in it in a wet North Devon!
    Drove down yesterday morning, leaving early to avoid too much traffic and arrived by about 11.
    Yesterday afternoon and evening was lovely and sunny but today's gonna a bit damp till early afternoon:(
     
  11. Raining so have been out and given it a wash ... free fresh water rinse is ongoing :D
     
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  12. If you have fingers with four joints, like ET, yes ;)...
     
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  13. I waved off the prototype.
    Then painted my dashboard top.
     
  14. Filled it with petrol and used it(with no problems at all!)
     
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  15. Whatever next :eek:!
     
  16. Flakey

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    I redid the timing, I had it at 7,5 before but it's a DVDA dizzy so is now 5 after!
     
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  17. Yes basically.


    Tip van to left with a camping leveller wedge ramp stops tank emptying all over.you.

    Disconnect battery
    remove air cleaner

    Paint tin lid off
    Undo first jubilee clip
    Persuade hose to come off metal elbow at arms length with one hand
    Find and remove four selftappers.round filler
    Pull off metal cover plate
    Push rubber flange inside hole
    Collect pipe and rubber elbow where it has fallen down inside
    Remove second jubilee clip .
     
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  18. Been camping all weekend
     
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  19. Remember to recheck after a few trips and nip the jubilee clip up. I found the rubber softened off a bit once in use and started to weep a bit of fuel
     
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  20. Been at VW action all weekend... Left just before the rain yesterday so a good weekend!! First time my brother and I had the Coleman event shelter with both vans which made for a great communal set up!

    Travelling back to the south cost today via London to collect my interior furniture... I'd like to say I hope the rain holds off but the chances are slim at best!! At least I'll have the windows shut so I can't hear the fan belt slipping on the powder coated fan pulley!!
     
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