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Bettabuilda
#7221 Posted : 16 March 2019 06:06:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Phil H Go to Quoted Post

Originally Posted by: g0aku Go to Quoted Post

Had a go at this just,fronts done backs to do

Good job, I did exactly the same with mine a few years ago (playing cards and a bit of garden hose) and now are due to be done again. Will have to wait for a bit better weather, as I have no garage to work in and some spare time. I used Autoglym wheel silver.

 

 

Great job Rob and Phil, love a set of daisies, nicely refreshed! They are a great design in the first place, very nice and well worth the effort 

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#7222 Posted : 16 March 2019 06:49:24(UTC)
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just looked at the rain battering off the cover hoping for better weather.

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#7223 Posted : 17 March 2019 20:37:54(UTC)
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Had some headlight issues recently, so sorted out a dodgy earth at headlight plug. Of course, couldn't initially get one of the screws out so just took the lid off to access. Once fixed i returned to the offending screw, cut a slit in it and used a flat blade screwdriver to remove. All screws lubricated and refitted to make any future access simpler.

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#7224 Posted : 17 March 2019 21:40:45(UTC)
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fitted these 

 

 


Modifying for effect fun and Rainy days in the Garage
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#7225 Posted : 17 March 2019 21:52:35(UTC)
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Fitted a new battery the other day, then passed first MOT since I've owned it with only an advisory on the front brakes sticking slightly.

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