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Having a fakebook account usually leads to people you went to great trouble to lose touch with getting back in touch. Hence I don't have one. I recently googled my name and there is no reference to me on the internet. I have a FB account, but no friends, which is easy to achieve if you use the priv...
- 7 months ago
- Forum: Axle, Gearbox & Diff
- Topic: gear lever anti rattle o ring?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 261
It could work if your gearstick doesn’t have it fitted or the one that is fitted is perished. When you take the gearstick out, check that the spring and plastic cup are present and correct too.
That generally points to an air leak, throttle shaft wear, poorly sealed gaskets. Spraying brake cleaner close to the offending area will result in the revs changing and help you locate the problem.
You might be ok then, my main reason for the 5" was the ability to use the visors.MickEssex wrote: not sure if 9.88" is going to be too big (I never have to pull down the visors) but it would give a large screen view on the mirror.
I'll be interested to hear your thoughts on camera mounting options.
Yes, I had a rear view mirror one in a Transit a few years back but they’re only about 2” view, I’ve got a 5” stand alone screen for the 8cwt, it fits nicely between the sun visors and gives a very good view of the world behind.
Hi Mick Have you considered keeping the reversing camera permanently ON (while the ignition is ON)? This would give you a supplement to the mirrors -- not just when reversing. I only ask because I am considering this for my van (still off the road for restoration). Don That’s my plan Don, sort of l...
Good morning, I’ve just acquired a 1971 Austin van to use for work in Buckinghamshire. It’s my first classic since 1983, but all the fun is the same. I’m currently trying to find out a bit about it which is proving fun as a combination of 48 years of people changing bits and no one really knowing ex...