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  1. The temp sender for the warning light is on the inlet manifold near the distributor. Remove it and find something that’s 24v and has the right thread, then find a compatible gauge. Shouldn’t be that hard.
  2. The Fox has a temperature gauge with the J60.
  3. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F264391836317
  4. Please send me a link to the post you want to delete. Chris
  5. Mark, are they new or used? Chris
  6. https://www.greenmachinesurplus.com/cvrw-fox-125-c.asp
  7. That block does look quite worn but they should be able to repair the valve seats.
  8. Hi Paul, to answer your question you need to know if the bores have been done previously. You can do this by measuring but it might be easier to see if there’s any markings on the pistons +.010 for example. Once you know this you can see what oversize pistons are available. If you find a good engine machine shop they’ll be able to help you out. Chris
  9. Try giving Andrew Baker a call. https://afvsociety.com/
  10. Try 1/4 Unf and look on eBay.
  11. Looks like Centurion to me.
  12. As long as you aren’t doing sharp turns I think the gravel getting stuck in the wheels might be more of a problem. I had a Sabre which looked like it had been used on gravel and the wheels were a mess.
  13. It’s a CVRT... combat vehicle reconnaissance tracked.
  14. I think you’ll find the price for rerubbering to be much more expensive than a take off wheel. This is where the new ones are made. http://www.iconaerotech.com/our-solutions/#sector-134
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