thanks dude, fronts are 165/50 and rears 185/65
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Fantastic bus, fantastic work and fantastic story to read (just read it all) Thank you! (on the wheel dilemma: keep changing them and post pictures! :) ) Hey dude! Just read the whole thread from start to finish an have too say what an amazing job all involved has done! So so cool! Unbelievable job...
- Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:00 pm
- Forum: VW Related Chat
- Topic: VW Restorers in Cornwall, uk
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Both Matt's are excellent, Matt Smith recently finished a huge project for me and i cant recommend him and Bob enough. Try his mobile he always answers. Id imagine both have some degree of waiting list to get booked in but both will be well worth the wait. Matt Smiths mobile is 07791 596 199
Late night last thursday saw it all buttoned up and back together. https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4786/27016209438_09ad066a81_k.jpg Huge thanks to Gaz for helping me reset the ride height after a little fettle and adjustment of the torsion bars. The spring plates were at maximum adjustment so needed...
few little updates.... first off i gave all my locks to Rick at schofields and he kindly managed to get them all free'd, replace the tired springs and they are now working on one key, a small detail but so happy to be able to finally lock the bus :D https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4648/38688702010_b4...
- Sun Feb 18, 2018 8:03 pm
- Forum: Bus Parts For Sale
- Topic: 12 Volt Fuel Guage 7/66 £120
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As the title says i have a 12 volt fuel gauge date stamped july 66, complete with mounting bracket and original nuts. rare original item, 1 production year only. Clock face is in excellent condition the bezel has damage, a few splits all the way round. You dont notice these when fitted to the dash. ...
I actually love these little detailed posted. Very good. Keep it up. You got a beaut there. Thanks dude! Little update this week, I thinking of changing wheels. I really fancy some dish out back. I haven't decided what to go with yet but i did try on one of my 7 inch fuch out back and thought they ...
- Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:06 am
- Forum: Rides and Projects
- Topic: ICE Breaker - converting a 1967 split to electric drive
- Replies: 150
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Really fascinating read, your skills and knowledge of this stuff is incredible.
Congratulations.... It is easy to buy new replacement wiper mechanisms but they look nothing like the originals. I have a similar pair of seized spindles that came with my 62.. They operated when I rigged up some power but were seized solid...the whole unit rotated in the body.. I have a mini stash...
Been a little quiet on here of late, ive been rebuilding my oval so work on the bus had taken a little pause. Still using it a lot just not actually fixing the long list of little niggles that need to be done. One of which is fitting wipers. In its current guise i have nothing other than rainex! I d...
i miss this thread ...such a great build and story ;-) Haha thanks dude, should be some more updates over the winter. Camping interior etc, still a few bits to do went for a blast out on sunday! Not driven it nearly as much as i would have liked this year! Puts such a massive grin on my face https:...