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  1. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    I think they are Ensign universal https://www.vintagetyres.com/shop/tyres/ensign-universal
  2. Chris Hall

    Hurricane, movie

    Didn’t some of the Hurricanes (if not all 3 end up with BBMF?) more blank ammunition was used in the making of the BOB film than live ammo in the actual battle.
  3. Chris Hall

    De activated rifle or SMG

    Any era more appropriate than another? Parts missing?
  4. Chris Hall

    Something a bit different

    Ron, You’re like the Formula 1 pit stop crew of the vintage bike world. How many in a year?
  5. Chris Hall

    Wrench size for ferret oil cooler hoses

    Can you get a caliper on to the flats to measure? They could be BSP thread or the American pipe thread (can’t remember its name, I’ll look an idiot if it’s APT).
  6. Chris Hall

    British Army 12 x 12 Tent

    Approx 1.8m from floor to top of side (wall). Not sure of floor to Apex but imagine it be about 2.3m or so.
  7. Chris Hall

    British Army 12 x 12 Tent

    12x12s make good paint booths! I painted my old Sqns Trabant in a 12x12.
  8. Chris Hall

    WW1 Thornycroft restoration

    If you go on the Henkel (loctite) web site they have some very detailed explanations of what the products can achieve and in what environments. The chemical industry has come on a long way since the days of these vehicles and sometimes the old ways are no longer best. who in WW2 would have thought gluing aluminium together was a good idea?
  9. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    Double post
  10. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    I wouldn’t worry about publishing your frame number. I’ve never heard of any issues from posting it, unless I’ve missed something. I’ll check mine as it’s very close yours, I did own another WD/C that was 8 digits away from my first but decided to sell it as I just didn’t have the room and wanted the space for a GPW.
  11. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    That’s close to my bike I think. I’ll have to check.
  12. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    Oh and before you final assemble your forks, don’t forget the rubber stops.
  13. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    Those stays are the original carrier with the top cut off and the tubes flattened to bolt to the guard. It’s a relatively straight forward fix to make it correct if you would prefer the earlier look. whats your frame number? The frame has the earlier holes in the headstock that were prone to cracking. The fix was to leave a web in the hole (so no longer a hole) which stopped the problem (instead the weak point became lower down the front tube).
  14. Chris Hall

    1941 Royal Enfield WDC

    There should be some spacers for the front seat bolt, I’ve seen them as part of the seat and some pushed into the mounting point on the frame. They are nearly always shagged and are simple to make on a lathe. the rear guard looks like it originally had a non pannier rack installed judging by the hole pattern. have a look at the holes at the rear to see if it had a number plate or WD lamp.
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    CONQUEROR ARV, METEOR M120, UPDATE

    Not sure how the fuel pump works on a Meteor but if it’s mechanical it may be worth checking all the seals to make sure that fuel isn’t leaking into the oil. If you get chance, I’d love to see photos of the work in progress.
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