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  1. Glad to see your hard work is paying off for you Cressa. πŸ‘
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    I had ATS Cups on my mk1 they do indeed look the nuts!
  3. Thank you Philly My mechanic managed to do it today thankfully. There is one long bolt which was seized, he said he had to remove the drive shaft to get room enough to get at it. No more thud noise when I give it some welly. Cheers
  4. I've been told that if the rear engine mount fixing bolts snap on removal that the engine would have to be removed to fix it properly. PG Engine Can any one deny or confirm this for me please? Cheers
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    Spline key size

    Great stuff Thank you StoneπŸ‘
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    Spline key size

    Thank you StoneπŸ‘
  7. I need to buy a spline key to remove the head bolts from a PG engine. Can some one tell me the correct size needed please? I just want to buy the one size needed and can't quite decide by eye what the size might be. Cheers
  8. oh, i just presumed it was a garage compressor for some reason. It seems very elaborate in design.
  9. Is this from a standard air compressor that I would see in garage workshops ?
  10. I was doing a couple of jobs on the car today when one of the local lads rode past and said "I love that car mate" Made me feel happy about owning it again, after having to shell out more money recently, but only for a while, as then remembered several other jobs that need attending to! πŸ˜„
  11. Finally got my charger fixed..... The silicone gun does works well enough. It can be a bit fiddly doing it by yourself though. It needs a bit of modding to make it a bit less cumbersome, a job for when I'm bored. Thanks Brian...
  12. Thanks Brian I will give it a try if I can't find anything else. I have a D clamp that would work with a bit of home engineering and a welder, which sadly I don't have.
  13. Hi Si Thanks, I have used the guide a couple of times last year. It was very handy for a first timer like me. I just didn't like forcing the tensioner off as you have to bend it at a large angle, this can damage the mounting rubber bushes, as happened to me last year. However, this time I removed the bottom bolt as opposed to the top nut as suggested in the guide, this way I didn't have to bend the tensioner at all. I would like to refit the charger with the tensioner compressed though, I really don't want to have to force it back on. So I'm still looking if anyone has any suggestions......... Thanks.
  14. Hey all I need a good tool/hack/idea to compress the charger tensioner in order to remove the charger. I'm not keen on the back street method of forcing it off, as this can damage the rubber bushes. Any advice please chaps?
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