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all i can think of is that when the van is pushing the engine down hill it is still taking in fuel and not burning it all off, and sort of flooding. but then technically it would not start straight away. Bit of a puzzler. is it a steep hill , maybe the van does not like the hill.
WHEEL CLAMP, modified to fit a splitty with the hub cap still on, quite bulky. only used it while parked up in the garage. just needs your own padlock to use it. needs collecting from Nottingham, or may drop off at a show, next year £30
- Wed May 20, 2020 6:34 pm
- Forum: Technical
- Topic: Wiper disengagers For a produced in 64, registered in 65 bus
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There are two options and you can use either. The inside as you put it is an actual wiper shaft set up incorporating a disengage mechanism on each spindle. The other is a bolt on set up to the top of the original spindles. Don't know how much the first set up would be, but if you go for the bolt on ...
once all cleaned off the outrigger is easy to weld back in. but the jacking point goes over the outrigger, so the old one will have to come off. best to just get a new outrigger and jacking point.
i don't like the sound of those urethane gearbox mounts. heard so many stories that they are too hard and give a lot of engine/road noise through the chassis. never tried them but would love to hear if anybody can confirm this.
if you have damage to the top of a piston then it sounds like you may have valve problems on that head, are all the valves coming back fully up on that cylinder. is one sticking and possibly bent. This may be your problem.
T adjust the mixture, warm up the engine and when ticking over turn up the idle slightly, then turn the mixture screw on the left hand side , in or out, which will make the engine speed increase or decrease. Try to get the highest idle speed with this screw. when you get the desired point turn the i...