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  1. Sounds like a starter issue, sound like it engages but doesn't spin.
  2. This Buick v6, what year is it? I may be wrong but didn't they make a V6 variation of the Buick 213 (Rover V8) is that what this is? Out of curiosity how come your going for the lt95 and not a stumpy r380?
  3. I had the same with the photobucket folders. change the address for them .. htp://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r305/miketomcat/IMAG0898.jpg to htp://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r305/miketomcat/***FOLDER***/IMAG0898.jpg just cut and paste the /***FOLDER*** bit with the folder name in the right place for each. easier than re pasting all the links
  4. Very impressed at that exhaust, where did you get all the pipe bits from and what was the cost? Its looking like I might be needing to redesign my Y on the RV8 to aid clearance for the 1link.
  5. You can get 2nd hand ropes for a good price, and a plastic tank would save a good bit. The other option i just though, have you thought about buying or making a fibreglass bonnet? its easy to work with and you can get a mold from your current one
  6. The brake come out really good, hope mine comes out something like that!
  7. I'd rather spend the time to make it myself than go to work to earn the money to buy one I'll have to see what I can come up with.
  8. Brembo! well that's just showing off I'm just going to scavenge a estate cable/hydro rear caliper from a breakers yard to use with the disc as you need cable hand brake over here for the mot
  9. Soren! I'm planning to do the exact same thing next month by using this, as it has the same center hole size. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331042282198?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649 What caliper are you going to use? Citroen as well?
  10. Looks like its the hydraulic ram design someone mentioned, it also seems to do the limiting strap's and bump stop's job also
  11. You may well be right!! I realised just moments ago the 2 aframe with 1link would in effect be a triangulated 4link but with the fixed axle due to the 1 link lower, all the packing issues associated with the 4 link would still be the same. The forces shouldn't be any more than with a single a frame setup so a normal wide angle aframe ball joint would do it. For a normal landy it probably wouldn't fit the front.. just like a triangulated 4 link.
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