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danwebster last won the day on May 23

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About danwebster

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  • Birthday 22/02/1980

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    Driving sideways.

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  1. You're very welcome Alex, glad it drives nicely! Russell, there are straps around the front wheels that are doing all of the work holding the car down....the ones on the rear aren't tensioned, they're just there to stop the rear walking around on the rollers.....
  2. Very common on the toyota chassis unfortunately, the fixings are indeed rivnuts and I find myself replacing them on most toyota cars I get in! Sometimes if you're lucky you can get them out with some downward pressure on the bolt and an impact driver.
  3. Bloody hell those pedals are amazing....want a job
  4. That looks spot on Leigh - just one question, what is the port adapter that the FPR is screwed on to made of, as i've had one snap off. It was an off the shelf part which I changed for one made here out of 7075 and is now fine.
  5. Can't be long before you bin them then and get some magnesium ones
  6. And a roll cage...I just fitted a roll cage to an S1 and it weighs a tonne.
  7. Amazing looking car...I'm looking forward to seeing it in the flesh. Just needs the engine to match now (and no I don't mean a honda!)
  8. I actually said do it ANY colour BUT black Very much looking forward to seeing it whatever colour it is mind you!
  9. How very dare you that's not painted, its coarse grit blasted and then fine glass bead blasted
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