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Bling last won the day on December 28 2012

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  1. Someone should drag a car trailer down from welly area to CHCH, with a car on it for me on the trip down. Empty trailer on the way back and i'll pay handsomely. Just a suggestion
  2. PBaines 1977 Toyota Corolla KE30

    Wat, black is all good. Nice work doing all the panel work yourself.
  3. PBaines 1977 Toyota Corolla KE30

    What product are you using to treat the rust on some of those patches? Might be my monitor, but the areas still look to be quite rusty, including the "new" metal you're replacing rust with? This is the main one, just looks like you're welding to rust along the top edge? I'd be chopping it back till there was no deep pitting with rust, just my2c though.
  4. Karls - 72 Green 260c Discussion

    So how did the boss take the news? lol
  5. ajg193's 1983 KP61 Sprint

    Swap springs over and see if the height difference moves. /Cobra springs @ Chamberlains (if they still exist) will probably have some on the shelf.
  6. Felixx's Anglia

    That was a mystery nut until pretty everything else was back together lol.
  7. xssteeb's Fairlady 200ZR

    That doesn't appear to be Old English font... Looking great Steeb, does it go hard for what it is?
  8. Looks pretty bad inside, so could just be a matter of time before it splits somewhere else?
  9. Mr Mk1's 1200

    Lookin hawt. I got my Corolla boot seal from ParaRubber Blenheim Rd, if that's any help.
  10. Mr Mk1's 1200

    Phwoar, so red and shiney!
  11. mlracing's Hakosuka.

    In regards to the clunking, are you sure the piston rod nuts are all the way home? I've had it before where the piston hadn't locked into the top hat correctly and so the piston was turning when I thought it was locked in place. Meant clunky noises. Popped the nuts off, and realigned the piston rod into the top hat (it had a cut out, hadn't noticed it at first), this locked the piston and allowed it to be properly tightened. You've likely already got that sorted, but just thought i'd mention it in case. Or your setup may not be the same. I'd just check by tightening it and checking the piston isn't turning.
  12. Mr Mk1's 1200

    HAH! I just came to post that. Nice work man, I can't even keep up with the updates, let alone that work rate!
  13. ajg193's 1980 KP Bug Discussion

    Two people like stock height therefore times have changed? Interesting. Sack it and brap it, Uterus knows what's up.