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About rustystuff

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  1. I know of a few which have had towbars fitted.
  2. I think the other videos he has done may be of more interest. Especially the ones in the construction yard. Plenty of old CMP's, Jeeps, and a gantry Austin K6 to name a few.
  3. The film clip is now available on line as part of the BFI unlocking film heritage programme. Here is the link https://www.macearchive.org/films/atv-today-12091974-raf-cottesmore
  4. These taps were also used on some outboard motors. Corks are available from Sheridan marine. https://www.sheridanmarine.com/product/british-seagull-outboard-metal-fuel-tap-overhaul-kit I seem to remember someone replacing the corks with nitrile O rings mounted on brass spacers. Chris
  5. Have you tried Speedy cables? https://speedycables.com/speedometer-cables/
  6. Or until it is sold. Then the new keeper has to sorn or tax it!
  7. Hi Mark. I remember that weekend on the Ridgeway too! Good times!
  8. Is this helpfull ( currently on ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BEDFORD-MK-TK-4WD-CHASSIS-CAB-/121790096235?hash=item1c5b41636b:g:TIsAAOSw9r1V-vy- )
  9. I hate to be a pedant but it looks like the arm on the left side is mounted upsidedown compared to the right hand one.
  10. The wood blocks are original fitment and yes , to protect the lenses.
  11. There was a thread about "Scotches " a while back in the Transporters & Wreckers (All Nations) section.
  12. A Dodge WC 52 pottering around Potten End near Berkhamsted at lunchtime today!
  13. I have the spanner for the head but one problem is not all the bolts are fully accessible to pull on the spanner. Some you can only push the spanner which I feel would give a variation in tightness!
  14. Cheers Richard, your help is much appreciated.
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