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Post  Jasper120k on Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:45 am

Hello folks I hope you can help me. I am currently rebuilding my Mk 1 which I have owned for 20 years+. Top of my list at moment is a virtually complete wiring harness. Later on I hope to fit disc brakes with 10” wheels. Any info would be greatly appreciated. You tube shows a Fiesta Mk2 / metro conversion for 10” wheels. Does anyone have any experience with this modification?

Regards Jasper
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Post  Jono on Sat Feb 06, 2010 7:50 pm

dunmore290 wrote:Hello folks I hope you can help me. I am currently rebuilding my Mk 1 which I have owned for 20 years+. Top of my list at moment is a virtually complete wiring harness. Later on I hope to fit disc brakes with 10” wheels. Any info would be greatly appreciated. You tube shows a Fiesta Mk2 / metro conversion for 10” wheels. Does anyone have any experience with this modification?

Regards Jasper

Hi and welcome....try looking at minisport/minispares for 10" disc brake parts...not cheap and...depending what engine you're running...not essential.....
Photos and write-ups of re-builds are always welcome here and there are some pretty knowledgeable people on this forum...it's also worth coughing up the £13 membership fee to join the club and coming to some meetings/events too.. it's a great way of picking up ideas and advice....believe me there's always someone who's "been there..done that."...whatever you want to do...Cheers and welcome...Jono
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Post  Rum Tum Tugger on Sat Feb 06, 2010 8:58 pm

Hi Jasper, welcome on board. Whereabouts in the UK are you? Just in case your nearest fellow scampers wish to offer practical support.
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