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Insuranceman

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About Insuranceman

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    Learner Driver
  • Birthday 30/04/1962

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  • Car Details
    Building FW Special Edition
  • My Location
    Darlington

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  1. Insuranceman

    So far

    Afraid I am not in Scarborough until the following week.
  2. Insuranceman

    So far

    Thanks Chris, I didn't get much done today, my brother was across from New Zealand but is only up north for 5 days so my parents took us out for sunday lunch. Got the headlights on but they will have to come off again to drill the hole for the cable. I will have to down one of my 24mm ring spanners to tighten the headlamp nut. Don't think i will get much more done on the car until next year. I am working over Christmas and working in Scarborough the week before.
  3. Insuranceman

    FW SE Zetec Build 2018

    Chris where did you get the bleed valve from?
  4. Insuranceman

    Rich's S2000 Build

    Is that an oil catch tank?
  5. Insuranceman

    So far

    Been on with the head lights today. I have had the brackets and spats on and off so many times today. I have got to the point where its going on tomorrow no matter what the gaps are like on the spats. Do the wires for the head lamp go through the large hole on the bracket back into the engine compartment and do the wires have to be lengthened to reach the plugs on the loom?
  6. Insuranceman

    FW SE Zetec Build 2018

    Yep, thats what i used got the idea of Bugmans build and got the unit off ebay but for some reason there are non advertised. I think it looks better than the two brass tubes supplied by WF. it seals the bulkhead where the heater pipes go through.
  7. Insuranceman

    FW SE Zetec Build 2018

    The K hose fits under the expansion tank. The H hose from the thermostat housing to the heater top pipe.
  8. Insuranceman

    So far

    Got the 'new' spacers fitted to the seat belts and the seats put back. I have routed the fuel hoses to the fuel rail on the engine, ignore the blue ties I'll be putting black ones. Is the route ok. The return pipe is routed next to the loom.
  9. Insuranceman

    So far

    Got some proper spacers.
  10. Insuranceman

    So far

    I'll try and turn mine down, just got to get to a client who has a lathe.
  11. Insuranceman

    So far

    Took the seats out today to look at the lower seat belt anchorage, I had fit the spacers the right way but they still lock the seat belt anchor, on closer look the under cut is not deep enough and the bolt head clamps the anchorage onto the spacer. All 4 are the same.
  12. Insuranceman

    FW special build project inspired by Lego

    Would stainless steel dome head nuts do the job?
  13. Insuranceman

    So far

    Dam, did it wrong again.
  14. Insuranceman

    So far

    Just a question about the seat belts, the lower anchorage spacer has a step machined on it, does this go against the threaded socket on the chassis or against the seat belt metal anchor?
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