Well I'm on my last day off before the next years worth of grind starts. Been an eventful year 2014. Changed employers, other personal stuff that's gone on and these bouts of sickness I just can't seem to shake off.
I'm hoping 2015 will be a good year, but the back to work blues have hit hard.
Changed the rear tyre on the A/T today and was pleased with the codition of the internals of the wheel rim,there was some corrosion around the valve stem hole which I used a Dremel to grind out back to decent metal and the rest of the rim I just wire brushed and applied a light coating of...
Always noticed how rough the header clamps look on my Dommie and wondered if I grind them back and send for chroming whether they'd be likely to look decent for a reasonable length of time ...or is the temperature just too high to allow any finish apart from stainless to last?
Ok so 99.999% done.
1 - have find 2 14mm fine thread bolts longer for calliper as ones have arebit short.
2 - grind caliper tiny bitin 1 area
3 - then sort digi display as rpm not showing up
4 - Buy new shock
Got brembo 4 pot caliper mounted today and all seems be lining up nicely and brakes feel very nice
spaced disc out with 3mm spacers and caliper and hangar just sloted in nicely
Had grind 2mm off rear of caliper (hated doing it) but have about 0.5 - 1mm air gap between spokes and caliper
hi all.i have a dilema.whilst removeing the header pipes yesterday i snapped 3 of the 4 exhaust studs.there is about 10mm of thread on each stud still showing on the cylinder head.i have tried molegrips with no luck and there is not enough thread to do the 'double nut technique'.has anyone used...