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Search: Posts Made By: limpabit
Forum: General Build Chat 13th April 2007, 08:54
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Posted By limpabit
Hi Ken. I think you have to have the chassis...

Hi Ken.

I think you have to have the chassis number on the chassis itself (the steel structure if the chassis is made from stell).

Not sure about bonding it. Mines welded on from Marlin.
Forum: General Build Chat 10th April 2007, 05:40
Replies: 53
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Posted By limpabit
I read somewhere it should be on drivers side...

I read somewhere it should be on drivers side (can't remember the reason's why). And when you look at production cars, there usually on this side I've noticed.
Forum: General Build Chat 26th March 2007, 06:26
Replies: 53
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Posted By limpabit
I have a similar problem Ken. The way I intend...

I have a similar problem Ken. The way I intend to get round the problem for SVA is get small width wheels. For example, my standard donor wheels are 6x15. Which stick out slightly. So I will...
Forum: General Build Chat 25th March 2007, 19:05
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Posted By limpabit
Hi Guys. So what Ken has done I don't think...

Hi Guys.

So what Ken has done I don't think will be any good as I assume Ken has not wired into the low fluid level ciruit lamp.
Forum: General Build Chat 25th March 2007, 04:40
Replies: 53
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Posted By limpabit
Hi Ken. Looking at the SVA manual, it don't...

Hi Ken.

Looking at the SVA manual, it don't look like you need one for the handbrake. Only for the failure of the hydraulic system. But handy to have anyway.
Forum: General Build Chat 15th June 2006, 06:06
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Posted By limpabit
Hi John. Great idea this thread. Additional...

Hi John.

Great idea this thread. Additional on the rear fog light. It has to be min 250mm high.

Cheers

John
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