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- Tue Jul 25, 2017 1:40 pm
- Forum: Steering, Suspension, Braking, Wheels & Tyres
- Topic: new MK1 WHEELS
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1590
I guess it's the sort of thing people don't need very often. I binned a set of perfectly useable Mk2 steelies a couple of years ago as no one wanted them. I'm sure someone on here will have a Mk1 wheel (or a full set of Mk2 which are pretty similar just a smidge wider) surplus to requirements, eithe...
- Mon Jul 24, 2017 9:23 am
- Forum: Body and Trim
- Topic: Whatever happened to.......?
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3139
Hi Ted, I think you've got your types slightly wrong. There are three types but I'm pretty sure the early Mk1 flat type is the thick one and later Mk1 and early Mk2 use the thinner one. The early thick type is open at the top and the sides are longer to hook into the pillar whereas both later types ...
Most of the hoses are the same Mk1 and Mk2, the only ones I can think of that are different are the heater hoses (Mk1 ones are much longer) and the bottom radiator hose if you have power steering (would be simple enough to just cut the middle section out and replace with the steel bit if you have po...
- Mon Apr 10, 2017 4:14 pm
- Forum: E-bay and other ads
- Topic: 2000 for sale carand classic
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1167
There's a lot of nice cars around, but not so many bargains as a few years ago. It seems values are definitely rising. I think that Cactus one with the white wall tyres has been around for a while and it looks a nice enough car, although I'm suspicious of the "totally original" and "perfect shut lin...
- Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:37 pm
- Forum: Electrical Systems
- Topic: Hazard switch location and bezel
- Replies: 12
- Views: 2365
With a pre-face-lift car, my suggestion would be remove the dash dimmer (just link it out, the dash is dim enough on full power!) and enlarge and re-use the hole for the hazard switch. The hazard switch position on a face-lift car is in the middle below the warning light cluster, which albeit nicely...
I've got a UFI oil filter, filter code 23.138.00, which is an equivalent to the Manner W723/3 etc. Obviously I'm not in Australia, but it's another part number to try. Looking at the list of what it's supposed to fit it seems to be mostly tractors and plant fitted with Perkins diesels.
- Tue Oct 04, 2016 7:32 am
- Forum: Electrical Systems
- Topic: Removing clocks mk1 - How to remove feel, charge and temp
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1333
Like everything on a Mk1 dash board, they are fixed from behind, so it's a little awkward especially if you don't know what you are feeling for. Three knurled nuts on studs attached to the back of the speedo and temp/fuel/amps with little metal brackets that pull them into the dash.