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James Ranaldi
V4 Guru

United Kingdom
1351 Posts

Posted - 16 Oct 2015 :  23:53:09 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Ah hah . . . .I looked for evidence of Editing but found none !

Good luck with the MOT



1968 V4, LHD
1984 99 GL
1992 900i Convertible
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Zagato
V4 Mad

United Kingdom
740 Posts

Posted - 14 Feb 2017 :  07:41:11 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Any updates Woody? It,s been a while! Have to say those Bosch spots don,t look quite right on yours lol


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Woody
V4 Guru

United Kingdom
2373 Posts

Posted - 15 Feb 2017 :  22:38:23 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Been a horrible winter which has not encouraged me to do anything out doors so Troll is still to be fettled for a MOT. Fire it up weekly to listen to the Webers. When the MOT has been done, it will need a strip down for an external respray.
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Woody
V4 Guru

United Kingdom
2373 Posts

Posted - 26 Jun 2017 :  22:13:01 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Replaced the '71 power servo which had failed for a '72 model alternative which matches the master cylinder. Still to bleed the brakes after inspection of the hubs/discs. Mot will be delayed as I now need to repair the front floor which has corroded driver's side around the drain plug. All this due to leaking windscreen seal.

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Zagato
V4 Mad

United Kingdom
740 Posts

Posted - 27 Jun 2017 :  10:42:49 Show Profile Reply with Quote
Arbomast windscreen sealing compound is the stuff to use on classics (non cement type) and prevents water sitting behind your window rubber rotting everything away.


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Woody
V4 Guru

United Kingdom
2373 Posts

Posted - 27 Jun 2017 :  22:11:54 Show Profile Reply with Quote
I shall have to try that. Can't remember what I used before but it obviously didn't work. The screen will be coming out for the respray any way. Replacing the rubber would be nice.
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