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Si Richards

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Its done they are out and that's all there is to it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

I must have been one lucky camper as it went really well with just one bolt resisting. I used the Haynes Manual technique for unloading the springs which worked brilliantly :cool:  :cool: :cool:  

 

In some ways today was a sad day as the Midget is completely clean now so no more fun removing bits but I collect the Eleven kit on the 18th of October so 3 weeks today I will be scratching my head wandering what the hell I've done.

 

I CANT BL**DY WAIT!!!!!

 

Cheers Si

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Si,

 

I'm enjoying reading the build blog, keep it up - nice to see that all the Midget bits have gone to good homes.

 

All the best for the 18 Oct onwards

 

Jon

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Scott Young

Enjoying this very much as well...apart from sighing heavily every time I see the Shelby GT350 in the background in the first photo (owned one once), and trying to ignore the web site title of "Dog Agility Equipment for Your Home or Garden"! :d

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Si Richards

Enjoying this very much as well...apart from sighing heavily every time I see the Shelby GT350 in the background in the first photo (owned one once), and trying to ignore the web site title of "Dog Agility Equipment for Your Home or Garden"! :d

The Shelby was all the more gorgeous in the flesh. Glad your enjoying the build, I have loved every minute of the disassembly and a week tomorrow I will have the kit in the workshop.

As for the dog agility issue, the co-pilot in your picture would definitely like some of the dog toys I sell!!!!!

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