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 Post subject: Unobtainable items
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:21 pm 
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It now seems as if the steering column upper bearing is now also unobtainable. Part number 153393


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I guess its too cheeky to mention I have a rear screen for sale....oops wrong section :wink:

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:shock: can you believe the cheek? :lol:

List updated.

I've ammended washer pumps to be only the bottle top type as the rivet on lucas ones are appearing on the bay remanufactured. Are the rear exhaust brackets the same for left and right exit?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:34 pm 
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1300FWD front indicator/side lights - I understand are VERY hard to find in any condition.
Not that hard, or sought after.

That one was bought new from Mick Dolphin 3 or 4 years ago for less than a tenner IIRC. Like a lot of the 1300 stuff I've got, there's no demand so I imagine there's probably a reasonable supply still from somewhere.


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Bump to top again. Could this thread please be made sticky?


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Ahah, was looking for this, see also

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Sorry to sound thick (again) but what is an 'adjustable' tie bar?
Come to mention it, what is a tie bar?
I guess I've taken them off my car, along with the front subframe but I'm not sure what bits they are :shrug:


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 Post subject: Exhaust bracket
PostPosted: Fri May 11, 2007 10:32 pm 
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its not "handed" .. it fits both sides, just has to be turned around when fitted to the opposite side to locate onto the rubber mounting.


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vinyl d pillar trims, sprint/hl

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fwd clutch cover plates

do you mean the pressure plate???????????????

Ive asked in the other two threads but got no reply.


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 Post subject: Re subframes
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Welding to subframe is no longer a failiure item, provided it looks good and does not weaken it!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2008 9:29 pm 
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Lhd sprint dashboard very elusive part... remember that in continental Europe exist sprint fans too, I need all wooden dashboard, time clock, glovebox and black vinil dash, mine is not destroy but not perfect and do´nt want to idsmantle car for two weeks and keeps me hanging on restoring the dashboard, I prefer another complete, not perfect required and restored then and when finished then fix in one day, next day onthe road again.

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p.s. I live in Madrid if somebody whants to sell one LHD dashboard for a sprint...

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Lhd sprint dashboard very elusive part... remember that in continental Europe exist sprint fans too, I need all wooden dashboard, time clock, glovebox and black vinil dash, mine is not destroy but not perfect and do´nt want to idsmantle car for two weeks and keeps me hanging on restoring the dashboard, I prefer another complete, not perfect required and restored then and when finished then fix in one day, next day onthe road again.

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p.s. I live in Madrid if somebody whants to sell one LHD dashboard for a sprint...
If the vinyl part is OK then all of the wood pieces can be changed quite easily. I wonder if the RHD wood bits will work in a LHD dash?


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Lhd sprint dashboard very elusive part... remember that in continental Europe exist sprint fans too, I need all wooden dashboard, time clock, glovebox and black vinil dash, mine is not destroy but not perfect and do´nt want to idsmantle car for two weeks and keeps me hanging on restoring the dashboard, I prefer another complete, not perfect required and restored then and when finished then fix in one day, next day onthe road again.

Regards, Raul

p.s. I live in Madrid if somebody whants to sell one LHD dashboard for a sprint...
rimmers had LHD dashboard veneer sets (wooden bits), in the sale last year worth looking on their web site :D

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:44 pm 
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I just found one instruments facia with all the clocks and gauges in Italy for 60 Euros with chrome rings dials, by the way, which is the square light on the right lower corner?
Mine don´t have, it maybe seat belts warning light?

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