Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Poptop2, Sep 4, 2011.
Knock the pin out with a punch. It's held in place by the spring, the pin is thinner in the middle. You may have to joggle the spring about.
Just tempting me, got to be worth a look
Should I take off my sliding track covers, as they look a little rusty underneath
Or will I regret it big time?
if they are the same as rhd then you simply take the clip off the bottom bar and drift out the bar and unclip the the link at the top of the pedal , oh and don't forget to promptly lose the clip - d'ohh
Do it hh -- it's good when they are not as bad as you think and worthwhile if it needs sorting !
Top tip - never take a "bit" off for a look before you're ready to mend it.
Erm, at the risk of sounding like a complete know nothing novice (which I am) I have the following stoopid questions after looking at my type 4 engine through the inspection hatch.....
Whats this? and shouldn't it be attached to that thing there whatever it is
Like pic one... what is this wire im holding from? shouldn't it be attached somewhere?
I do apologise for the daft questions.... I'm blushing as I type!
Yo could do with enlarging the pics - That's my euphemism for - " i don't know soz !"
i do think the 2nd and third pic is a a hot start relay and earth wire ( enables the engine to start when warm ) and the wire is a earth !
Is the first the breather tube off the oil breather box? The second is the voltage regulator...
Bigger pics would be a good plan!
Yes well done ,first one is breather pipe and should be attached to the air filter box , second is hot start relay and the third is a wire that earth's the hot start relay - i think
Are lowerd vans more stable in wind or is it better to have a big gap for wind to pass underneath ?
And a sail to speed them up aiding fuel economy
An hole in the seat is better.
That is ok if you can line the hole in your arse up with the hole in the seat in time
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