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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    Kurust?

    Are you taking the piss?
    Whaaaaaat?
    Worked a treat on the brakes.
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    I give you golden nuggets of learned advice and you persist with kurust.

    Damn you sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    I give you golden nuggets of learned advice and you persist with kurust.

    Damn you sir.
    .....
    I'll stand in the corner for a while .....
    If not Kurust , what?
    I need more guidance obviously.

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    Bilt Hamber Hydrate 80 any better?

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    The old fella in the village I helped earlier in the year with his car just dropped by.... as a thank you for mowing his lawns (he's just had a should joint replaced after a fall) brought me this....

    ....poster for the garage and....

    this old compass set from one of his weekend boot sale skirmishes....
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    ATP Turbo Adaptor 4 bolt 2.5" to 3" V band adaptor. The K24 turbo to dp studs are M10 x 53 the adaptor requires M10/M8 x 30, Fruitbat / Kev has kindly offered to machine an M10 to M8 adaptor stud for me. Cheers Kev.
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    M10 would typically be 1.5 pitch but it could be M10 fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by regcheeseman View Post
    M10 would typically be 1.5 pitch but it could be M10 fine
    I've got no pitch gauges or known m10 nuts.

    New M10 x 53 stud.
    Last edited by Activ8; 25th July 2019 at 05:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Activ8 View Post
    I've got no pitch gauges or known m10 nuts.

    New M10 x 53 stud.
    Looking at the pic it’s hard to tell , I’ll buy you a thread gauge Rob, measure the pitch of the thread Rob starting with a whole number .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruitbat View Post
    Looking at the pic it’s hard to tell , I’ll buy you a thread gauge Rob, measure the pitch of the thread Rob starting with a whole number .
    Cheers Kev. I reckon it's M10x1.5 as theres 6 & a bit threads over the RH 10mm.

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