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#46741 OFFLINE   STUNO

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Posted 15 March 2018 - 11:44 PM

Mrs_Jon's Clio is having issues, so is off the road. Thus, 28 year old 205 has been pressed into service and was collected from my cousin earlier this week, as he'd been loaned it long term.

 

The modern* Mondeo is serving its purpose but occasionally smells clutchy, which I think is mechanical death knell stuff for a scruffy Mk3 petrol. Currently at 354000km.

 

The Commodore's motor is still in the garage not being fitted 3 YEARS after it arrived. The Visa needs final fettling from HGF and the Land Rover is a long term project that I've not touched in weeks. Quite rightly, Mrs_Jon wants me to pull my finger out and get stuff fixed.

 

Therefore, I've just paid for a car I gave a 4 minute once over in the rain a few days ago, when it was parked out on the owner's street. That said, it's a literal once in a lifetime opportunity to bag one of these in NZ and it's road legal and therefore mega practical and is both shite and desirable, to boot so it just had to be done. Didn't it?!

 

I wondered why I saw the Mondeo parked at mrs Jon's work this morning  :?


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 02:29 AM

A while ago I had to buy a new tyre for the Volvo. It didn't seal (and from experience I knew it wasn't going to with any amount of sealant), so I took it off and put the spare on until I sent two of the wheels to the powdercoater's, the flat one and one other off the car.

 

Fucking puncture band thingy strikes again... they rang me up, they're confused, never seen these things before etc etc. Eh? I'd completely forgotten about them since I asked when I had the tyres fitted that they bin them. Why did they put them back on then? Didn't realise they were still on there for fuck's sake.

 

They managed to do one but didn't do the other, as when they took the tyre off the Allen headed bolt on that weird band thing started to round, so they refused to touch it, or any more I send them, so if I even wanted to get them done (I now don't) I'd have to pay extra to get someone else to remove/have the same problem with the fucking band. Old Man's had a look before and can't get it ofr either.

 

So that's a PITA.

 

The one they did do...

 

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that tyre has TWO miles on it ffs. Seeing what I can do about that...

 

Oh, and the battery is knackered - it takes a load of cranking to start and the clock is losing time. Probably explains why the cigarette lighter has gone all ex-cop Dodge Monaco.

 

Bloody car, I'll be glad when it's gone. Never stopped being a PITA.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 02:50 AM

Take it back and get a refund/replacement; blatantly not fit for use and presumably a manufacturing defect.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 03:08 AM

Yep, doing that tomorrow.

 

 

There's a really bloody nice Prelude on Auto Trader - someone buy my bloody Volvo!


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#46745 OFFLINE   Cheggers

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 07:09 AM

Long story short, the ex-mrs has had to quit driving through ill health (early onset Alzheimer's), so I've been tasked with selling her Pug 307.

Stage 1 was to get it MoT'd...of course it was going to fail spectacularly as it's a 307, it's been standing since Christmas, has 143,000 miles on the clock and it's a 307

It only bloody passed!

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 07:30 AM

A while ago I had to buy a new tyre for the Volvo. It didn't seal (and from experience I knew it wasn't going to with any amount of sealant), so I took it off and put the spare on until I sent two of the wheels to the powdercoater's, the flat one and one other off the car.

 

Fucking puncture band thingy strikes again... they rang me up, they're confused, never seen these things before etc etc. Eh? I'd completely forgotten about them since I asked when I had the tyres fitted that they bin them. Why did they put them back on then? Didn't realise they were still on there for fuck's sake.

 

They managed to do one but didn't do the other, as when they took the tyre off the Allen headed bolt on that weird band thing started to round, so they refused to touch it, or any more I send them, so if I even wanted to get them done (I now don't) I'd have to pay extra to get someone else to remove/have the same problem with the fucking band. Old Man's had a look before and can't get it ofr either.

 

So that's a PITA.

 

The one they did do...

 

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that tyre has TWO miles on it ffs. Seeing what I can do about that...

 

Oh, and the battery is knackered - it takes a load of cranking to start and the clock is losing time. Probably explains why the cigarette lighter has gone all ex-cop Dodge Monaco.

 

Bloody car, I'll be glad when it's gone. Never stopped being a PITA.

 

I assume you are talking about Tyron bands? the two-part metal thing that fills the wheel well to prevent a flat tyre coming off the rim? If so, go to a caravan workshop - they sell them and will know what they are doing.

Otherwise, just get a garage to break the front bead and push the tyre down far enough to grind/dremmel off the allen bolts, then bin the fucking things. The principal of them is sound, but they are really meant for trailers and caravans where it is possible to not realise the tyre has punctured and keep driving. It stops the flat tyre coming off the rim and fucking shit up. They are a bit pointless on a car though as you will notice a flat tyre straight away.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 09:22 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 09:47 AM

Not quite sure why I bidded on this as I don't own one. It's in lovely condition though!

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 09:52 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!


Comparatively, depending on whether we can get the main beam to work the Scirocco will go for MOT retest.
If it passes I've a load of commitments over the weekend, so it may get a snowy 350 mile shakedown after 18 months off the road and a full engine/ gearbox/ suspension swap.
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Posted 16 March 2018 - 10:27 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 10:50 AM

HMC buyers support meeting..

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 10:51 AM

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Battery cap removal tool arrived this morning. Hopefully I can now unscrew the battery cell caps without ruining the heads on 'em.....


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#46753 OFFLINE   They_all_do_that_sir

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:04 AM

Pricing car hire with Avis for a day.... Cheapest car was £80 but I can hire a van from them for £28 why so much cheaper???

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:11 AM

Greg Hendry's funeral in Paisley, Glasgow, this afternoon.

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HENDRY GREG. Passed away in tragic circumstances on Sunday 25th February 2018. Greg, much loved dad to Piper-Rose, beloved son of David and Margaret, a loving brother to the late Jillian and a special nephew and cousin who will be missed by all who knew him. Funeral service will take place at Woodside Crematorium on Friday 16th March at 2pm, to which all family and friends are respectfully invited.
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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:14 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!

 

What a complete and utter fanny.

 

I'm planning to drive a 1995 BMW that's still not road legal yet to Durham and back at the end of April. I'd best get a move on with it then!


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:15 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!

I saw that, he ain't exactly Indiana Jones is he...

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:27 AM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!

So they took a car with a known fault instead. What a plonker.

IMO the 90s was the pinnacle of reliable motoring. I would trust most 90s cars that are running fine now to still be running fine after 100miles.

And having driven both I know I'd feel fresher stepping out of the mondeo after that distance.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:40 AM

I saw that, he ain't exactly Indiana Jones is he...

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:52 AM

Greg Hendry's funeral in Paisley, Glasgow, this afternoon.

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HENDRY GREG. Passed away in tragic circumstances on Sunday 25th February 2018. Greg, much loved dad to Piper-Rose, beloved son of David and Margaret, a loving brother to the late Jillian and a special nephew and cousin who will be missed by all who knew him. Funeral service will take place at Woodside Crematorium on Friday 16th March at 2pm, to which all family and friends are respectfully invited.

 

I'll be thinking of him during my MOT.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:53 AM

I had two new tyres fitted to the Rover this morning.  Went for Toyo Proxes as they were a good price and a brand that I'd heard of. 

 

Interesting* photo of a wheel:

 

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Quite pleased I managed to squeeze it in before work as we're off to France next Monday for a few days (nowt fancy just mooching around Normandy).  The steering feels better and there's much less tyre rumble, so that's all good.  The other two can wait till pay day.

 

Rear brakes are still squeaking though, and I notice temperatures will plummet tomorrow, so my plan of fiddling with them may just end up being a cursory dousing in brake cleaner and hope the blast down the motorway will free things up.  It did last week...


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 11:54 AM

I have been driving the Jag regularly over the last week after its month in the sin bin.

 

I had been concidering shifting it along scince the hose fiasco started, I was looking at Volvo and Merc estates as possible replacements. Somthing more modern and reliable. But this last week has reignited the fire, I have never been so happy with it.

 

"If you love em', let em' go, and if they come back it was ment to be."

 

I can see myself owning it for many years to come.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:05 PM

Greg Hendry's funeral in Paisley, Glasgow, this afternoon.

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HENDRY GREG. Passed away in tragic circumstances on Sunday 25th February 2018. Greg, much loved dad to Piper-Rose, beloved son of David and Margaret, a loving brother to the late Jillian and a special nephew and cousin who will be missed by all who knew him. Funeral service will take place at Woodside Crematorium on Friday 16th March at 2pm, to which all family and friends are respectfully invited.

I'll be raising a glass to him later. RIP Hendry lad.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:23 PM

http://www.yato-shop.pl/media/catalog/pr...

 

Battery cap removal tool arrived this morning. Hopefully I can now unscrew the battery cell caps without ruining the heads on 'em.....

 

 

Alternatively....

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Or the denomination of choice that fits the slot on the caps.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:24 PM

Alternatively....

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Or the denomination of choice that fits the slot on the caps.

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Never worked for me - all it did was ruin the caps. Currency devalued.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:41 PM

Its all we ever used in the garage. 

 

Obviously I had to drill a hole through the middle and tie it to the wall with a bit of string to stop it wandering into someones pocket.


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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:47 PM

A bridge has collapsed onto cars travailing under it in America.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:55 PM

Made a useful little modification to the bx today. Two washer jets for a fiver delivered and a couple of quid for enough new pipe to do 3 cars. Got rid of the useless spray bar that kept blocking up and was falling to bits. New jets work well and after a bit of adjustment to the direction of the nozzles cleans the screen great.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 12:57 PM

Never worked for me - all it did was ruin the caps. Currency devalued.


Works for me, well 5 eurocent does.

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 01:44 PM

I've just seen someone on Twitter post that they were bravely going to trust a 1997 Mondeo for a 200-mile trip, because their 08 plate Vectra had a steering fault. Followed up by them taking the Vectra anyway because they 'bottled' it. FFS!

Hold on there with the criticism folks.

There’s quite a few on here (myself included) who wouldn’t want to do 2 miles, let alone 200, in a Vauxhall Vectra.

That chap is probably so hardcore that he could do a 10 stretch in Guantanamo bay standing on his head.
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Posted 16 March 2018 - 02:52 PM

I assume you are talking about Tyron bands? the two-part metal thing that fills the wheel well to prevent a flat tyre coming off the rim? If so, go to a caravan workshop - they sell them and will know what they are doing.

Otherwise, just get a garage to break the front bead and push the tyre down far enough to grind/dremmel off the allen bolts, then bin the fucking things. The principal of them is sound, but they are really meant for trailers and caravans where it is possible to not realise the tyre has punctured and keep driving. It stops the flat tyre coming off the rim and fucking shit up. They are a bit pointless on a car though as you will notice a flat tyre straight away.

 

Hey, someone that knows about them!

 

They are indeed - no idea why this giffer put them on his 740.

 

 

Yep, doing that tomorrow.

 

 

The tyre place looked at it and said that the powdercoaters fucked the sidewall/bead up and I'll have to buy a new tyre.

FFS.


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