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    Re: How are you getting your Stratos fix

    Forgot to say, I am actually working from home and probably doing more hours than if I go into the office which is a bit bizarre.

    I think maybe the grown ups in our company are sitting at home...
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    Re: How are you getting your Stratos fix

    All done and dusted Norm, the two bolts above the right side chassis rail are a challenge but fortunately Toyota kindly fitted bolt with extended hex heads so you can get a spanner on them. Oil is in...
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    Re: How are you getting your Stratos fix

    Hi Marcus,

    It is tight to get all the bolts out particularly on the right hand side where it sits above the chassis rail and yes it is well stuck on with Silicon but a very thin bladed scrapper...
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    How are you getting your Stratos fix

    So on the basis we can't drive them for the foreseeable future, what modifications, upgrades and general tinkering activities are you finally going to get round to doing.

    I currently have the sump...
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    Something different

    This certainly needs more skill and patience than I have:



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r8GMS5FcNw
  6. Re: STR in Banbury for Historic Monte Carlo passage control

    They wouldn't have got far as the battery was dead, I had to jump it in the morning and only did halve a mile getting it there so it didn't have a chance to charge. Wonderful things those mini power...
  7. Re: STR in Banbury for Historic Monte Carlo passage control

    Funny, I was chatting to two Coppers that said they stood behind a couple of guys that were discussing how easy it would be to nick, they made their presence known and the guys moved on:( I'd like to...
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    Re: Stratos Replica Parts

    Hi Chris,

    You have a pm

    BR

    Dave
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    Re: Headlamp lift motors - wiring query

    This is what I used:

    Motor, loom

    Black/Red - Earth
    White/Red - Ign Live, connects to purple in loom
    Red - Motor up, connects to orange or red in loom
    Yellow - Down, connects to orange or red...
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    Re: Calendar 2020 - still need photos !

    Many thanks, mine arrived yesterday

    Glad you mentioned the pin badge I didn't see it in the envelope:( but managed to retrieve it;)
  11. Thread: hello

    by STR_Strat
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    Re: hello

    I converted my first LB build from RHD to LHD all in all it took a good weekend.
    No major issues as all the brackets are in place, the steering column was literally unbolted and swung across...
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    Re: Garage Day Buxton Derbyshire

    Thanks to Gordon for hosting the day.
    It was an interesting journey home with a mixture of light rain, torrential downpours and the occasional appearance of sunshine:cool:

    Dave
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    Re: Garage Day Buxton Derbyshire

    Hi Gordon,

    Do you have space for one more?

    BR

    Dave
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    Re: CASTLE COMBE RALLYDAY 21 September

    Yes I would be up for it.
    We had a great day, admittedly it was helped by the excellent weather and only dampened slightly by being too loud to go on track!
    Leaving in convoy and driving through...
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    Re: CASTLE COMBE RALLYDAY 21 September

    Hi Ken,

    I'm planning on going.

    BR

    Dave
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    Re: Northern Drive-Out - Sat 10th August 2019

    Hi Robin,

    It wasn't me, but could it have been these:

    https://sm-t.co.uk/product-category/vehicle-lifts/mobile-lifts/

    The company is called Strongman Tools, based in Southam, Warwickshire.
    ...
  17. Re: Bavarian drive out 7th August to 14th August

    " But what was that car in front of you on the train?"

    I think it was an Audi of around 1964 vintage. There were three of them on the way back to Belgium.

    "And, is your trip sponsored by LB,...
  18. Bavarian drive out 7th August to 14th August

    Not quite as epic as Norm's event, but I thought it worth posting up a couple of pictures from my latest foray into Bavaria. For once no snow is involved, its the first time I've ventured down this...
  19. Re: New member - advice needed on exterior finish and interior trim

    Hi Paul,

    The seats are LB's own, covered in Alcantara.

    Dave
  20. Re: New member - advice needed on exterior finish and interior trim

    Hi PR,
    Mine will be at Silverstone tomorrow if you want to take a look.
    Grp 4 dash with Alcantara surround, gelcoat finish with decals applied


    15162


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    Re: SupercarFest - Shelsley Walsh - July 20th

    Well after taking a day off to prep and clean the car I was a little disappointed to wake up to rain early Saturday morning, but the forecast wasn't too bad so it was an early start to get to...
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    Re: Kitfest - Santa Pod - Saturday

    LOL we got off the line eventually. Lucky for us the timer doesn't start until the car moves:D

    12.6 Seconds and a terminal speed of 112mph for me, just need to work on the 4.7 second reaction...
  23. Thread: KITFEST 2019

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    Re: KITFEST 2019

    Planning to be there Sat and Sunday:)

    Dave
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    Converting build up to full insurance

    Having been given the run around by AF:( I have renewed with ClassicLine:)

    PM me if you would like the details.

    Regards

    David
  25. Re: AGM 2019 - Stoneleigh - and Volunteers for Committee Positons

    I will be there both days.

    Dave
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