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Haha yeah, nah, looked at it some more and it must be at a very old repair, looks as if the rear quarter has been replaced ( it’s black on the inside and the other side is white). Sure I could chuck a weld on there and it will be painted with the rest of the underside but this car is will likely need a cert for engine swap so I guess to reframe the question- if this was done the correct way what is involved repair wise and paperwork wise?

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1 hour ago, kws said:

*don't do this. 

Correct, the dirt needs to be mixed with PVA first so that it can better withstand the suspicious prodding of the techie 

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Not sure if this is the correct thread?

But is there a possible way to send an expression of interest note/letter to the registerd owner of a vehicle if you know the rego plate details?

Several years ago I spotted something of interest and I regret not following it up when I had the chance 

Thanks 

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Just now, hood said:

Not sure if this is the correct thread?

But is there a possible way to send an expression of interest note/letter to the registerd owner of a vehicle if you know the rego plate details?

Several years ago I spotted something of interest and I regret not following it up when I had the chance 

Thanks 

Pretty much nope. It's private information now.

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Roger that, thanks.

I knew the were changes made years ago but thought there might be a way around it

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re: work lamp, is it pretty much anything goes as long as the switch is independent of any other functional light switches? like it doesnt have to be diffused, mounted anywhere, pointing any direction etc etc?

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Does anyone on here do repair certs? What is checked out just the repairs listed buy vehicle inspectors or the whole car get a check over?

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Apologies if this is the wrong place

I'm after a personalised plate. 

Plate hasn't been on car since 1994 (according to Carjam) 

Is there anyway I can track down the owner of the plate? Or is it pretty much a no. 

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@cletus

I want to install a center lap seat belt in the back of my EH for juniors car seat. Theres no factory mounts back there. I've read through the low volume standard for seatbelt Anchoranges, and sorta understand it.

Were would be the best place to install with the space available in this pic? 

Spot 1 would be easiest if thats ok.

Spot 2 would be ok but pushing max width of 500mm and I cant pull them in due some brackets on the inside of that swage line.

Any help or direction with this would be great!

 

 

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Spot 1 is where I put the center belt on the EJ Wagon. The Seat belts cross over to get the proper spacing. I haven't put the car through certification yet, this was how @cletus advised me to do it. Position 2 will put the belt under the seat base.

I can take photos if you need.

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Just now, Kiwibirdman said:

Spot 1 is where I put the center belt on the EJ Wagon. The Seat belts cross over to get the proper spacing. I haven't put the car through certification yet, this was how @cletus advised me to do it. Position 2 will put the belt under the seat base.

I can take photos if you need.

I was thinking this to, a couple of pics would be awesome!

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#1 looks like the best spot, as mentioned spot 2 would be under the seat base so when the belt gets loaded it would pull the seat up/forward 

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20 hours ago, cletus said:

#1 looks like the best spot, as mentioned spot 2 would be under the seat base so when the belt gets loaded it would pull the seat up/forward 

Cheers for the info. That face it will go on is on the same plane as the seat back is that ok? Is there a doubler plate size that the cert boys like to see? Or just run with specs on lvvta sheet.

Can you put two belts on one doubler plate setup? Or does it become so big it's better to just have separate units for each belt.

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Yep that's fine on the same plane as the seat. Size doesnt matter as long as it meets the minimum area of 3000sq mm . Most people use 80x50 plates in that application.  

2 belts off one anchorage is doable but it's much less work to just put 2 plates next to each other, otherwise the plating requirement is much bigger and complicated 

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On 25/04/2020 at 01:06, Crispy said:

Apologies if this is the wrong place

I'm after a personalised plate. 

Plate hasn't been on car since 1994 (according to Carjam) 

Is there anyway I can track down the owner of the plate? Or is it pretty much a no. 

@kyteler

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I don't have access to that info but it is available to several authorities (police, local governance, etc) however unless you're fortunate to have a connection within them you are unlikely to get it I would have thought. 

So it's essentially a no as it's unlikely anyone in those positions would risk their job by breaching privacy laws. 

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