Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mabel, Jul 12, 2015.
Glad your finally sorted , looks great , you was very lucky , well done for getting it sorted
That looks rather clean and shiney!
Ooh good as new! Looks brilliant.
Yes - lots of new bits and tinware, engine cleaned and resprayed and firetec installed. The insurance and the budget i had for this years service and MOT covered everything so happy with that. (unless she fails the MOT today - still waiting to hear). And VWDU had a brand new set of white powder coated wheels going for cash so I've had those as well.
This is the cause of all my woes - be warned....
Pic not working for me!
should be able to see now
Ive only just realised he put a set of twin carbs on as well
It shows a stock single carb in your pic?
Im glad your bus is all sorted and you can get back out enjoying it
ignore me - getting a bit overexcited!!!!!!!
Oh my days, and that's the bit I didn't get round to replacing !
Id replace it sooner rather than later as more often than not they have never been changed and are shot
This was mine
I did buy one and still have it but I was having difficulty removing the old one, so I left it for another day, which so far hasn't come!
Yes - aside from the fuel hose, the petrol filler hose was shot - anyways MOT passed after some adjustment to the idler pin. We are back home - clean out and repack tomorrow morning - I also have 20 stickers to apply - may even charge down to Southend for the afternoon for a Rossi's!
If you can smell fuel then it definitely needs changing.
I know I'll try and get round to this asap. It's one of those awkward jobs I keep leaving but you're right, I leave it at my peril really! Not that easy with the engine in though
It's about an hours work - less than on a type4 engine.
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