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Bankz's 110 Double Cab

Discussion in 'Members Vehicles/Projects' started by bankz5152, Oct 22, 2016.

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    bankz5152 Well-Known Member

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    Finally found a spare hour to swap out the life saving starter from Spain!

    Brand new Denso unit installed - Somehow took longer and was more difficult in my equiped garage than it was in the sand in spain o_O

    Lost the top nut somewhere n all **** knows where that went!!!

    Starts like lightening now so very happy and now have a spare!
     
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    Got around to changing the damaged brake line today. Hadnt worn all the way thru and wasnt leaking but was close.

    Goodridge replaced it very quickly for a very reasonable amount.

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    Looks like it had been rubbing on the inside of the tyre somehow
     
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    Fantastic. Got an LED indicator out and for some reason the alarm went off twice seconds after locking...

    Oh and the TX box leak has now contaminated the handbrake drum so the handbrake barely works...

    Really good when the MOT is looming.
     
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    dieseldog69 Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Get a new rear output flange, seal and bolt kit for it, can be had quite cheap on that well known auction site, the drum and shoes will clean up with a bath in petrol :)

    Have you considered an X-brake disc brake conversion?
     
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    Funnily enough I have all the bits read to go from when I thought the bearing had gone. Guess Ill change now lol was hoping to wait it out till I got a new box.

    I have though reluctant due to the price
     
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    Yeah deffo been leaking...

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    Replaced the seal. Zero play the in shaft so thats good. I think the back to back seal has gone as well however.... that can wait till the box is changed though. Hopefully.
     
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    Heated rear screen 80% wired in and works!

    Just got to move the fog switch to the Carling and fit the OEM heated rear in place. Will be a while as for the life of me I cannot work out how to swap that bloody fog switch to a carling...
     
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    Never a dull moment :confused::rolleyes:

    Noticed the boost gauge was reacting very slowly but the car was driving fine.

    Found this

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    Nylon pipe split right on the join with the brass! I think ive ordered a new compression fitting but not 100%.

    For now... IMG-20181113-WA0026.jpeg

    Good ole M6 and some glue :D:rolleyes:
     
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    I had similar on my gauge, was the pipe from the t piece att he wastegate.

    Now part of my checks , but as long as the boost ramps up quickly , I know it is OK.
    Cheers
     
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