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Post  lin and tony on Sat Jan 24, 2009 4:35 pm

Can anyone help - I have high/lows to fit to the front of Taz. Is there a way of doing it without the proper tool Question
Tony
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Location : Cookley near Kidderminster
Job/hobbies : mending our Scamp - again and again!
Registration date : 2008-08-26

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Post  Jono on Sat Jan 24, 2009 4:41 pm

Lin and Tony wrote:Can anyone help - I have high/lows to fit to the front of Taz. Is there a way of doing it without the proper tool Question
Tony

Not really... but I'll pick the tool up from work in the week and drop it in on my way through... Very Happy
Jono
Jono

Number of posts : 386
Location : Work in the "Badlands of Oldbury".. Home amongst the little people, deep, deep in the Forest.
Job/hobbies : Professional Bodger and first-class excuse maker..... Scamp owner and club member!
Registration date : 2008-05-20

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Post  lin and tony on Sat Jan 24, 2009 9:34 pm

Many thanks, I thought we had located a tool - Lin's brother is a mechanis in Stourport - but he says he thinks the thread (or something) has gon on one of them.

While you're here, I need a lift with the engine Exclamation (not really - got to get it ready yet)

Tony
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Number of posts : 594
Location : Cookley near Kidderminster
Job/hobbies : mending our Scamp - again and again!
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Post  Jono on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:28 am

PM me your address.. I know I've been before..but...I have the memory of a Goldfish. Very Happy
Jono
Jono

Number of posts : 386
Location : Work in the "Badlands of Oldbury".. Home amongst the little people, deep, deep in the Forest.
Job/hobbies : Professional Bodger and first-class excuse maker..... Scamp owner and club member!
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Post  lin and tony on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:34 pm

Guess you didn't need the pm.

Sorry to stand at the door looking blankly at you! Didn't recognise you without a Scamp!!!! It was only when you thrust your tool into my hands that I realised who I was looking at!!!!!! confused (Sorry counln't resist the double entendre)

Many, many thanks - and for the offer of an engine hoist.
What a star! sunny (OK that's a sun - its the closest there!)
lin and tony
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Location : Cookley near Kidderminster
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