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That's a bummer Danny, but knowing your calm and powerful approach to problems I'm sure you will have it under control very quickly. In addition to Jason's sound advice above, water can come from lots of places but you would usually have a warning or can see it getting slowly worse, so for it to go ...
- Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:20 am
- Forum: Rant and Rave
- Topic: Any thoughts on the new Ford Capri idea
- Replies: 12
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- Wed Nov 13, 2019 7:08 am
- Forum: Q & A
- Topic: Electronic ignition - Ballast resistor
- Replies: 13
- Views: 319
You soon get to find out about that though, it doesn't take long before a newbie will realise who the good guys are and that they know what they are talking about, such as Martin (Bug).
Was such a bitch of a job just getting it off to be honest! Not much use to you now Danny I know, but I guess you could have used one of those fluid hand extraction pumps (which many use for the gearbox oil) and sucked the oil out from the filler hole, then just put fresh in although I think you wi...
Yes just like yourself Steve, I've noticed all sorts of measurements thrown together! As you rightly say, the reviews are a good place to look, I have noted a few where the heights seem more accurate as well as on other sites. They do appear to be higher even when unjacked than the standard ramps, a...
these, they potentially are a great idea but I was surprised the max height was only 12", From what I can gather, it's more than that, closer to 15" which is quite massive under the wheels, I cope quite easily with the standard 200mm ones. Specification here states 375mm (15") - https://www.amazon....
I wouldn't take too much notice of the measurements stated, they seem to be all over the place! From the limited research I have done, 375mm approx. seems to be the max height of these.
Thanks for the replies guys. Yes I think these are around 100mm or so longer than the traditional blue ones that's all. As regards to driving up them, with the normal ones I use a wooden lead-in ramp which works very well (think you might have seen them at some point Steve), nice gradual slope then....