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    Quote Originally Posted by arfur fox-acre View Post
    like who???
    Oh........ they are on the other forum, you wouldn't know them..... bunch of wire-twisting scotchlockers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    Oh........ they are on the other forum, you wouldn't know them..... bunch of wire-twisting scotchlockers.
    They soumd like monsters. Bet they use sellotape for insulation.
    Ven vamos a follar los monos

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    Hi folks, got the bus booked in for gearbox oil change tmw, hoping it will make changing gear easier , will be interesting to see if they notice the hatchet job on the electrics !

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    Wire twisting scotchlockers.........like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Grimshaw View Post
    Hi folks, got the bus booked in for gearbox oil change tmw, hoping it will make changing gear easier , will be interesting to see if they notice the hatchet job on the electrics !
    Set of linkage bushes might help - they are often knackered and the rebuild kits are cheap enough and easy ish to fit - well, easy for someone who can cope with changing gearbox oil.....

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    Buy yourself a T4 Haynes manual. It'll help familiarise yourself with the basics, offer confidence in how the van is put together. The gear linkage and setup is easy and the book offers a step-by-step guide. YouTube can also be helpful.


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    Yep, always get a Haynes. Great for people just getting into having a go and just as handy if your more experienced. I've a cupboard full of the thing's at work, always checking the charity shops for them and lots of client's have given them to me when having a clear out and I always take em. I have two Austin Princess manuals but thankfully never worked on the old tubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S49 View Post
    Yep, always get a Haynes. Great for people just getting into having a go and just as handy if your more experienced. I've a cupboard full of the thing's at work, always checking the charity shops for them and lots of client's have given them to me when having a clear out and I always take em. I have two Austin Princess manuals but thankfully never worked on the old tubs.
    Same here Si...



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    You blighter Rob I was going to photo my cabinet at work tomorrow but you've beaten me to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Activ8 View Post
    Same here Si...

    Oooo brill could you copy me the pages of the 4 cylinder sierra book with the layout of the cooling particularly cvh engined.


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