No matter which you choose I'd consider using a trickle charger unless you're using the car regularly .Batteries don't really like being being left partially flat.
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OK, first of all where are you. 2nd. does the arm park on the left or right. Our one's seem to vary a bit depending on what bits they had in the parts bin. I may be able to help. Can you post a pic?
I replaced the one on the one on my Mk2 a few years ago with copper. Unless you have access to a drill press and something solid to bolt it to I'd take it to an engineering shop.A small job for someone with the right gear.Its liable to pick up on the narrow bore and throw you across the room if you ...
Not really a good trick to run it like this.you don't necessarily need a non return valve in the filter, the spin on filter is fitted vertically so drain back shouldn't be a problem. The sooner you can get a pressure gauge fitted the better so you can see whats happening . Use a good quality 30/50 g...