711jrp

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711jrp last won the day on June 17 2016

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  1. I recon throttle actuator on that bank.
  2. That's only ok if the batteries are of a similar discharge, which they would be in your case as they all see the same load. The problem with doing that with a leisure battery is if you discharge the leisure battery doing whatever you want with it and then put it on the car unless you immediately go for a drive and charge it back up to 12v it will drag the charge out of the cars battery so in the morning you have two half discharged batterys.
  3. You need a split charging relay if you want to do it properly.
  4. I think unless you're using it every day no it's not, i have a mix of both and the brushless has a bit more power but the old stuff is nice too.
  5. With a 1/4 inch sticking out I'd be tempted to weld a nut on it.
  6. The thing is if this was true dealers like him would have gone bust long ago, so it stands to reason the buyers are out there.
  7. I'll second what cableguy said and vouch for Glenn as well, sure he is not too cheap but the best cars never are.
  8. Hitachi are ok but it's worth keeping in mind there aren't many tools on the platform, down the road you might want something specific and have to buy a new tool with battery and charger, makita do a good cheap 1/2" impact gun for a car guy .
  9. The Makita lxt range is very hard to beat at the price, once you get on board with one tool and a couple of batteries you can buy skins (bare tools) at around half the price. I like the 3Ah batteries as they are lighter than the 5Ah which to me outweighs the run time as they charge much quicker than you can discharge in most tools.
  10. They can't invalidate your insurance for no MOT any more, they used to be able to. The MOT is not a sign of roadworthy-ness just a test on one day of the year.
  11. I wonder if you were scammed by impersonators?
  12. I would talk to a brief, I would think it's fair to say you where waiting for the court summons in order to plead not guilty.
  13. Joking aside, modifications like that should be illegal on a road car.
  14. cheers guys i forgot to pay mine today, just did thanks again.