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Big.Mike

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About Big.Mike

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    Horsham, West Sussex

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    Land Rovers (Strangely), Industrial Designer, SolidWorks, CNC machining, Rapid prototyping.

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  1. You can buy new knuckles, lots here: http://www.eurocarparts.com/mobile/breaker-bars
  2. Damned odd is what it is, it doesn't look like bullets... needs CSI
  3. The film props I've seen tend to be fresh and then "dressed" to fit. This one might be a bit to dressed.
  4. Can't you use a 3.9 to provide you with your short engine? Turners otherwise.
  5. Oh good Lord, that's not good news. I've just ordered one too... I assume you've not paid for it? The conversation I've had suggested I wouldn't need to unless I was happy? If not ashtree, who else is recommended? Cheers, Mike
  6. About time too, there are some diabolical contraptions I've seen plopped behind vehicles.
  7. Well please use correct English on here, it's confusing for members who are dyslexic and for those who's first language might not be English.
  8. And if I'm honest Richards do a cracking job, I've seen an original new LR chassis and a Richards chassis, the Richards one is designed to be galvanised with all the holes in the right places. The latest rules regarding what you can and can't register now have all changed.
  9. It's not when they are in a static position, more when the axles are articulated or when you hit a pothole at 80mph. It's a risky thing to do. If you can calculate the maximum movement then it would be fine.
  10. Yep, they have Bob, but they are only a little deep and don't protrude into the wheel arch much. 4-5 inches might be a little much.
  11. You'd hit the top of the spring seats, so it wouldn't be possible. I can't see a picture. Also the forum has a suggestion on using proper English, we're pretty liberal with spelling and grammar, this might be pushing it a little. Cheers, Mike
  12. Ah right, that'll be it then. I need the 110 bracket. Cheers, Mike
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