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Seedy Al's Brown Crown Non-Wag

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Teach me how to engine. I don't even, but I want to.

 

Looks good.

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I've got a collection of greenlee punchs that work way better than hole saws for sheet metal. Will check sizes later.

 

Like this, just need to drill a pilot hole, requires access to both sides though.

 

 

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99% sure i have a 32mm punch

 

probably not much use to you tho

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haha yeah I dont mind using a hole saw

 

I went to bunnings before to buy a hole saw in Neanea

They are a trade only place now due to the new one opening up in petone

Cunts

So will go get one from Mitre 10 haha

Thanks for the offer Terry

 

Plus I would have to grind out a square of glass in my windscreen to be able to get my hand through to tighten up both sides of a panel punch lol

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So will go get one from Mitre 10 haha

Don't forget to pick up a crescent on your way out :wink:

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Haha fuck you cunt. Good memory.

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So whats the story with a repair cert for a revin? Do these cost lots of money and such?

I used to have my wof licence many years ago before moving over here and i dont remember any thing about repair certs then so curious to knkw what the go is

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$500+ for the repair cert itself, plus the cost of remedial work if needed

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Major pain if you have done the work. Because no one's gona sign their name to it

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Nice work Al, tbh I thought the compass arcs were some kind of cats asshole motif you added to the template

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will keep that in mind next time I need to draw a cats anus.

cheers kicker

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Are Toyota clutch MC's bolts offset from the plunger/cylinder hole? ie. Wouldn't that 32mm hole normally be centralised between the two fixing points?

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you would think logically yes,

but in this case, no, not at all haha

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Blardy Toyota. That's all good then, didn't think you'd have made such a weird mistake, just never seen an offset M/C like that, all the Nistang ones I've pitter pattered about with have been equidistant.

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bro. im a professional etc.........

loll's

yeah not sure why they offset.

I guess something something dash height verse clutch pedal mounting etc.

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So you can't put it in upside down.

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any chance you have any crown parts? i have a 1980 sedan and always looking for bits

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nothing sorry man

unless you wanna buy a whole wagon for $1700 that's deregd but been through the system and has a new vin plated attached.

includes crown specific external sun visor.

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