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Wobblyprop

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About Wobblyprop

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  • Car Details
    1997 SeiW 2L Zetec on 45s - Re-building.
  • My Location
    Cheddar, Somerset

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  1. Wobblyprop

    Bristol & Bath Xmas Meet

    Hi Chris, well done again for taking on this role. Unfortunately I can't do the 20th. I'm back in our area the following week on Fri 28th at lunchtime if that's any use at all. Let me know if that suits you or anybody else. Just a thought. Happy holidays!
  2. Wobblyprop

    Bristol and Bath AO

    Hi Chris, nice car. One of the mystery bits was the shiny but complex looking item in the fuel line - I think the solution to the 'mystery' is that it is a pressure regulator which is also connected to vacuum in order to maintain a pressure differential relative to manifold rather than atmosphere.
  3. Wobblyprop

    Bristol and Bath AO

    Well done Chris. In the nick of time too! I'll be there tomorrow. Westie still in too many bits, so will be in orange Fiesta ST. Steve.
  4. Wobblyprop

    Bristol and Bath AO

    I'm trying to keep Saturday free, but I'm going to be given something to do soon if it gets much closer, if you know what I mean.
  5. Wobblyprop

    Bristol and Bath AO

    Hi CeeBee, I've only just seen this. I'd be very pleased to turn up on the 10th in South Bristol or wherever. My Westie is off road, but I'll come anyway. Or, if it's not too many cars you could come to Cheddar and park at my place for cups of tea (could probably squeeze half a dozen Westies in).
  6. Wobblyprop

    pressure washer - recommendations please

    I really like the one I got from Lidl. But you have to wait for them to be in store...
  7. Wobblyprop

    Alignment settings

    If you want a really quick answer, camber and toe should be very slightly negative on the rear as a first approximation. If you're wearing the inside edges, one or the other is out by enough to see by eye, I would think, especially it it's camber. But I'm sure someone will be along with the proper answer soon ...
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    Fiesta ST150 rims in Somerset?

    Excellent, thanks. Any more from anyone?
  9. Hi Folks, these are not for my Westie, so I thought I'd better not post in parts section. Looking for one or possibly more Fiesta ST150 11 spoke alloys as my son has remodelled one of his. These were fitted to 04 to 08 cars. See attached picture. Interested in whether anyone might know of any for sale, or more likely recommendations of scrappers in Somerset / Bristol / West Country who might deal with such wheels/rims.
  10. Wobblyprop

    New Member in Somerset (with pictures)

    And welcome from Cheddar. Glad you enjoyed our Gorgeous Gorge PS if any Somersetians want to visit Cheddar, we have a back yard you can park in...
  11. Wobblyprop

    Breakdown cover? AA alternatives?

    Well, I chose Autoaid in the end due to recommendations here. My son needed them today; they came quite quickly for a weekend and were fantastic, bringing the car home and pushing it up the drive for us (broken release bearing suspected). Thanks to all who replied.
  12. Hi Folks, I'm looking for an alternative for my AA cover for the tin tops, for me, my wife and one of our sons. The AA price is going up crazily for no apparent reason. We have 'Roadside' and 'Relay'. Any ideas? I learnt about A-Plan insurance for the Westie on the forum, so I thought someone might know about breakdown cover too.
  13. Wobblyprop

    Santa wants welding helmet

    Many thanks Gentlemen. It's so helpful to receive personal recommendations for kit which is new to me.
  14. Wobblyprop

    Santa wants welding helmet

    Hi Folks, I have an idea for a welder for Xmas. Would like to hear recommendations for helmet. Flip-up or auto-darkening,... brand? Steve.
  15. Might be interested if you can tell me the offset for sure (it's stamped on the rims) and it's the same on all wheels. Where in the country are you?
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