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BIG STU

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    Stuart

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  1. Torque Tube Donut

    There's one for sale on eBay. Complete kit. Don't know if it's the same make as your earlier one.
  2. Hi all. I just wanted to let you know about a good car show that is on this weekend. 16th and 17th June . The show is in the main park in Southport. It' a really agood day out for all the family. Plenty to do and see. 😀 If anyone is attending please let me know and we can meet up for a cheeky one 🍺🍺🍺 Me and my lad will be there on Sunday showing our car. So if anyone is interested. See you there.
  3. PLASTIC DIZZY CAP COVER.

    Hi everyone. I was wondering if anyone could help me out.Iam after a plastic dizzy cap cover that covers the distributor cap on my manta.A good used one or brand new one would be great. Please can you let me know if you can help me out. Many thanks Stuart
  4. No longer for sale According to eBay.
  5. Well said Gerry Good look with the sale. I hope you get what you are looking for it. Like you say. Try replacing it.You couldn't without spending a lot of money. Yes there are good mantas for sale. But let' not forget half of them have been ramped up and bull shitted up by people who haven't got a clue of which there are some on this forum who I know of .(They think they have ).But believe me they haven't GOOD LUCK.STICK IT UP THEM ALL...😠
  6. Lovely hair do...... Probably grey now😁
  7. Front brake caliper tips needed please

    10mm socket with strong arm.should do the trick. Plus a bit of heat to help easier removal. The heat also keeps you warm especially at this time of year 😨 Good luck.
  8. Valve spring compressor

    Good morning. I found that using a big G clamp with a socket placed over the top of the valve spring does the job . As you can get leverage with the handle of the G clamp with a suitable bar slotted over the handle to make life easier when winding the clamp down. Once you have cracked all of the valves off. Just fit the valve compression tool in place and you should have no problem in compressing the valve spring to remove the two collets. I hope that this helps you out. Good luck😀
  9. Turner Tour of the lakes

    Cheers Danny.
  10. Turner Tour of the lakes

    Sorry Danny. I don't do face book and I didn't see any concrete plans on the forum. Never mind. Hopefully next year. Chere's Stuart.
  11. Turner Tour of the lakes

    I didn't know as no one let me know. May be next year.
  12. Turner Tour of the lakes

    I was just wondering if this event ever take place . Please can you let me know. Cheers
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