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Foresight
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That is good news if they can stay. I don't know if they have a comliance tag on them, do you think that would be an issue if they didn't?


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Foresight wrote
That is good news if they can stay. I don't know if they have a comliance tag on them, do you think that would be an issue if they didn't?


They probably won't even check the tags, it just gets confusing when something has been modified or repaired, technically I think they are supposed to be certified but if they were done in the States what can you do? That's the irony of all this stuff, you can have original 40 year old belts that realistically will probably give way in a crash or certainly won't be up to scratch and it's fine, but if you put new ones on then you must have them certified. You'll have nothing to worry about I don't think. In worst case scenario, there is a mob here in Welshpool that can re-do them and cerify them anyway so it's OK.


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ponyride wrote
Foresight wrote
That is good news if they can stay. I don't know if they have a comliance tag on them, do you think that would be an issue if they didn't?


They probably won't even check the tags, it just gets confusing when something has been modified or repaired, technically I think they are supposed to be certified but if they were done in the States what can you do? That's the irony of all this stuff, you can have original 40 year old belts that realistically will probably give way in a crash or certainly won't be up to scratch and it's fine, but if you put new ones on then you must have them certified. You'll have nothing to worry about I don't think. In worst case scenario, there is a mob here in Welshpool that can re-do them and cerify them anyway so it's OK.


I will install some Hemco ADR approved belts before these ones get cut. Cannot see it needing to happen though.

If need be, tell them they are NOS belts, like how would they know as they have Ford tags on them & date coded correct for the build date of Q. Every thing on them says Ford, nothing else.


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Hey Foresight, you'd better send those belts over to Kerry asap. That is before you get ideas about using them in the bedroom! 😂


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lol i thought a file was a file not more like a sanding block with a big handle.... don't i feel silly now


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jusTANG wrote
lol i thought a file was a file not more like a sanding block with a big handle.... don't i feel silly now


And that comes from someone in a platypus suit?? Fart


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Nuts wrote
jusTANG wrote
lol i thought a file was a file not more like a sanding block with a big handle.... don't i feel silly now


And that comes from someone in a platypus suit?? Fart


Moon wait till u see the money we raised

Ranting and stop hijacking a good thread


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jusTANG wrote

Ranting and stop hijacking a good thread


You started it! Poke


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jusTANG wrote
Ranting and stop hijacking a good thread


Hear that Q! The big meany thinks this is a good thread, I guess he is a softie after all!


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Foresight wrote
jusTANG wrote
Ranting and stop hijacking a good thread


Hear that Q! The big meany thinks this is a good thread, I guess he is a softie after all!


I think this is beyond a good thread..


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Nuts wrote
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Ranting and stop hijacking a good thread


You started it! Poke


at least my comment was about filing, which is inline with thread current situation..... just as u know whats happening us beginners don't Fart


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Looking good up there.

damm wish I could afford 13 heads in my workshop!

The comments regarding Kerry getting everything ready are well justified. I have a Phase 1 GT in shop that is about to leave incomplete. We began the job 3 years ago, the owner wanted to organise everything himself. Once we got the body painted I put my hand out for all the parts. EVERYTHING came back to me the way we had given it to him for storage/checking/reworking, and his wife is wondering why it has taken 12 months to put the car back together Argh

The final straw was when his mechanic (also a very GOOD client of mine) asked me to do everything required for him to come down and turn the key on the rebuilt 351. After speaking with the owner, i spent a day sourcing all the parts, and the costs involved. Once I emailed his wife the list, she replied that it was out of the question. So here we are today watching an incomplete job roll out of the shop Shocked
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The blonde joke on the masking film was gold! Thumbs Up

The other thing you get with cheap plastics, is if you do a clear over base, you put the base coat down, go clean your gun, fill it with clear and come back to do that, as soon as the air hits the plastic, all the basecoat becomes airborne and lands in your nicely laid clear...... plick of a thing to fix!.


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Seat track restoration today (amongst other things)....



Pulled apart & blasted....



Painted & ready to fit (after greasing)...



Lot of running around tomorrow dropping off stuff & picking other stuff up. Ordering parts most days (thanks Mark at Capital Classics again... Thumbs Up ) then dismantling the heater & testing the motor while I await the container arrival (with all the parts.. Shocked )

Diff together once the paint dries on the housing, probably Sunday. So getting close.


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Some parts arrived today via BossKraft.

Block plates for the engine mounts...



Headlamp wiring extensions....



Alternator harness...



Engine bay main harness, for a tach....



Last, but not least, rear wire harness, note original wrapping, hmmmm.....



Kerry

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Very nice gear, I love a well treated harness Very Happy


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