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  1. Thread: Spotted

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    Re: Spotted

    Long way to go for a joiner John.
  2. Thread: Spotted

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    Re: Spotted

    Yes, I think you're right looks like the pictures of his I have.
  3. Thread: Spotted

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    Spotted

    White hawk with grey louvres and yellow wheels on the A68 in Earlston today. Magnetti Marelli decals behind doors and no lamp pod. I didn't recognise the car - any confessions/identifications?
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    Re: Stratos Cake!

    You can't cut that up and eat it!
  5. Re: Mauro Sipsz's Lancia Stratos at Rally Legend San Marino 2019

    All I'm getting is an audio track with no video - is it like that or is it me?
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    I can see that, but is the pivot point for toe-in not the rear of the tie-bar, so the forward movement of the strut on toe-in will be limited?
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    There are no appropriate dimensions on these Lancia diagrams, 'f' & 'g' are the two bits we're interested in..
    With my school set square they look in-line not offset. Maybe best ask Hawk.
    I have...
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    i have 560mm from the rear of the bulkhead to the centre of the topmount, and confirm the measurement of 648mm bulkhead to front of rear frame as above.
    i also have 152mm centre of bottom rosejoint...
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    On the diagram above, it looks like rear bulkhead to the center of the bottom arm pickup point should be 432mm? or am I missing something?

    heads to garage with measuring tape....
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    Re: Rear Strut Caster?

    I wondered what bit of the chassis to level to when doing my geometry. In the end I used the centre spine. I don't know if this is parallel to the top of the rear frame. I haven't seen a figure for...
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    Re: 3D reproduction

    I don't think plastic would do it Chris - it's very narrow where it has snapped through.
    I have sourced one from America at great expense.
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    Re: 3D reproduction

    Sounds expensive!
    Part's about 7 x 2.5 x <1cm.
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    3D reproduction

    Is there such a thing as a 3D 'photocopier'?
    Something that scans a part then prints a copy. I've been trying to get a small metal part to repair an expensive set of headphones, but the manufacturer...
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    We moved seamlessly (although with a bit of trepidation and worry) from the paper occasional newsletter to cd versions of it to the forum, which is just soooooo much more useful/flexible/ instant...
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    I suspect we don't get any turn-key purchasers coming here, it seems mainly a builders-and-tinkerers community. Do we come across as boiler-suits and put the 3-piece suits off?

    Track days didn't...
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    Re: Help needed with brakes

    Did that need a custom caliper mount Gerard?
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    Re: Minimum and Maximum

    I have been told that the wheelbase of the current BMW mini is the same as the original Range Rover.
  18. Re: Original Stradale coming up for Auction at Bonhams.

    Ejector seat Guy.

    That fire extinguisher is going to go straight through the windscreen in a shunt.
  19. Re: Original Stradale coming up for Auction at Bonhams.

    Mafioso family, weren't they?
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    If we were to produce a Buyers Guide, would we sell it/only available to club members? It would need a prospective buyer to find us, while it seems vendors/purchasers usually don't involve us.
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    If that's what you need Jim, PistonHeads is that way>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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    Re: Chairman's Rant - October 2019

    Quick reply:

    Insurance/purchase valuation service; Legal jeopardy?

    Meeting attendance - are we out of kilter with other clubs? Is it just part of a trend nationwide?

    Wossit for? major part...
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    Re: Size of lights for light pod?

    Norm, your like a shaft of gold when all around is dark...
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    Re: Size of lights for light pod?

    Depends whether you want ultimate light or authentic looks.
    One of these https://www.demon-tweeks.com/uk/lazer-lamps-st-12-evolution-ece-approved-led-light-in-black-lzr0012-evo-b/ would fit in the...
  25. Thread: NSU Trapeze

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    Re: NSU Trapeze

    Certainly looks a more credible ancestor of the Strato's than the zero does!
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