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  1. Hi Glad to see that you have purged the tank of any fuel.... The above is very very important, you need to get a good clean oil/rust free surface. I prefer to use a large soldering iron as a blow lamp tends to oxidise material at the point where you are applying the solder. If you do use a blow lamp apply the heat a little way from the 'hole' you are trying to fill and let the solder flow. I have also used a large steel soldering iron, this is the type you heat up with blow torch before use. I would also suggest that to try filling a few holes in some test pieces Let us know how you got on Cheers Richard
  2. Hi Managed to get a new one from http://www.midlandautomotive.co.uk/2.html very helpful and at a sensible price Now fitted, the radiator took some time to shoehorn back in
  3. Hi I am looking for a replacement water pump for a Bedford TM type engine 8.2L 500 series for a Saxon APC. The part number I believe is 91044882, the pulley has a separate part number of 91092552. These are taken off the pump. I cannot check that these are correct as I do not have a copy of AESP 2815-K-060-721 Any leads would be useful, or any recommendations as to where I can get it refurbished would be most helpful Cheers Richard
  4. Pete Glad you like the thread, little steps done. These are two wilco baking tins trimmed down and placed back to back at a slight angle gives good corners. I will be filling these and the other muduard attachments with expanable foam to add to ridigity. Next on list is spare wheel support brackets 6mm andgle iron bent in various directions. (hopefully will end up looking like these)...
  5. Finished off the spare wheel support and the other special top (this was originaly gas welded on, but I am bolting mine one with spreader plate underneath) Also a trip to the blacksmiths to get the mudguard supports twisted up (will probably need to go again for final adjustments next is to finish off the small mudguard steps (makin these in the same way as the "special" top), should get this done this weekend Also finished off a new set of shock absorber pins
  6. Hi Martin 3 on eBay at the moment, this being the cheapest https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kent-Moore-Z8079-Bedford-Axle-Hub-Nut-Socket-Wrench/283389432300?hash=item41fb5391ec:g:brYAAOSwOttcbp4Y Cheers Richard
  7. Hi PCD of studs is appx 34cm Hole diameter for axle appx 28cm Overall width appx 30cm Offset measures from inside edge appx 27cm By the way they are F******** heavy ! Cheers Rihard
  8. Hi They are 10 stud, will try to measure them over the weekend. Measuring offset and width may be a bit more trick, the tyres used are Michelin 365/85R20 XZL Cheers Richard
  9. All now sorted thanks to Wally Duggan Cheers Richard
  10. Hi Have you tried Clive Elliot (fv1609) on the forum, he is the fountain of all knowledge on Humber Pigs Cheers Richard
  11. Hi Does anyone have a Saxon APC manual for sale, before I go and buy one off the internet Preferably one that covers the Bedford Engine version Thanks Richard
  12. More progress.... New mudguards arrived Started making the 'special' tops this one is for the spare wheel support and steps Next on list is making the supporting brackets out of 6mm thick angle and bar Still looking for pumps and filters
  13. David, I don't have one, they were some photos that were sent to me so I knew what I am looking for. So if Jeremey is making some reproductions I will probably have one Cheers Richard
  14. Hi Jeremey Good to see you at Newbury today .... (I didn't see this when I looked around) I think that there were various types, I was aware of the "fibre" type and the metal type. The only one I have photos os is this (I think it may be fibre) Cheers Richard
  15. Hi Glad you got them off OK Cheers Richard
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