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Old 4th April 2010, 07:57 PM
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Hi Folks, just updated me build diary again. I now have the diff and rear suspension done as well as most of the front suspension. I have also done the floor and pedal box but not written the pedal box bit up yet. www.deepfolly.co.uk
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Old 4th April 2010, 08:25 PM
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Like the nut covers!!! could sell some of them if it's cost efective

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Old 4th April 2010, 08:25 PM
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Another cracking read is that Enoch

Pleased to read of no major dramas during that stage of the build

After the hairy moment you had last time you removed the engine, I can understand your reluctance to start playing with that job !!

I do like what you have done in the nut cover department .... Adds a nice professional touch and is very pleasing to the eye

Well done, you have made remarkable progress.
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Old 4th April 2010, 10:14 PM
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Thank you, gentlemen. I think I will seek assistance when I come to do the engine, just to avoid mishaps. Last time it wasn't too bad but a similar incident with much more weight on the car and less room to get out of the way could represent a sub optimal scenario
I think the track rod covers have come out quite well, my intention is to make another pair slightly larger to go over the actual rod end. I think when they are done they will look good, making it very hard for the man at del Monte to say "no"
I will offer the design to the blokes at Saturn so they could make and sell them if they wanted to. I have no desire to do them myself as I would not have the time. If someone can make a few bob out of them and eliminate a headache for builders then I shall be a happy man.
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