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    That bolt place looks great! Could do with finding one of them up my way

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    That bolt place looks great! Could do with finding one of them up my way
    It is. Just go in with a list and he sorts it for you. No buying full packs, just get what you need.

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    we've got a place local, 'Balls Fasteners', part of 'Balls Grinding' (fabrication place). Its dirt cheap

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    More parts to collect dust till I get round to doing something

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    Rest of bits for rack


    Might actually do something with it this weekend.

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    Removed the redundant gear linkage bracket, cleaned, painted and put back together

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    Also playing with front and rear mount ideas




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    Are the mounts different than on the Caddy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    Are the mounts different than on the Caddy?
    Just the same. Just fancied having a go at uprated ones. Didn't want to pay 90 each for the o es you can buy.

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    sounds sensible to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    sounds sensible to me!
    Think they've cost me £22 for the pair

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    1st bit of exhaust pipe to chop up and slave cylinder have arrived



    And another set of mounts to chop up and modify


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    Had a day off work today so got some bits done








    Not 100% happy with the rear mount but it will do for now. Ordered up a hel hose for the clutch. Need to get on and clean the rust up in the engine bay and get that painted at the weekend so I can start putting stuff together.

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    Looks very nice. Good work.

    I got a clutch resi of a 944 which I hope will work well in a layout simillar to yours.

    Where you order your hel from? I need one for my 'rado. Do you know if all the clutch master and slave are M10 fine?

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    I really like that front block bracket, looks really professional Pauk

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13 View Post
    Looks very nice. Good work.

    I got a clutch resi of a 944 which I hope will work well in a layout simillar to yours.

    Where you order your hel from? I need one for my 'rado. Do you know if all the clutch master and slave are M10 fine?
    Raddo slave is m12x1 and my master is the same. Hose from http://www.helperformance.com/custom-hoses/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elroy View Post
    I really like that front block bracket, looks really professional Pauk
    Cheers

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    Parcel off Al


    Also new wishbones to weld them to and stainless arb clamps



    Needed longer bolts for the arb clamps


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    Nice work so far, loving this build already. Makes me wanna start my mk1 GLS that's tucked away in the garage in need of generous TLC but havnt finished the caddy yet so no chance������

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    More bits arrived

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