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Well done Simon. I never checked mine, Gerry said use the same shims from the IRS I used off an XJS. Once I get my hubs back I will check and see what it is, always felt planted though so can’t be far off. Stu I am assuming you numbers are how they should be?
Great thread... I’m up for my first MOT since passing IVA in 2017... now I have additional six months due to C19 relaxation... before heading north I was going to tap up Clive and use his guy!! Now I know what to point out. Thanks guys.
I’ve just taken my rear hubs into Classic Renovation to replace the hub bearings and possible UJs. I had movement in the wheel but no clunk. These hubs have only done 5k Miles so I can only think the Jag specialist didn’t set them up right! I would have sent to Ed but he is a long way from me! Good ...
Hello All I am looking for interest in a Scottish tour next year. The tour in 2019 was blessed, mostly, by great weather when we went in September. In normal years I would suggest May or September as the best times for weather and mostly tourist free roads. With all the cancelled events carried over...
- Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:15 pm
- Forum: Tech Stuff
- Topic: Prop shaft speedo induction sender on jag rear end
- Replies: 8
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HI Jerry My high tensile prop bolts I bought off the shelf failed IVA because of not enough thread showing past the nut. I replaced with Jag bolts which I discovered are tapered and self centred. This is to help insure they stay balanced. So from my point of view it was a great catch by the IVA insp...
- Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:02 pm
- Forum: The Lounge
- Topic: De Tomaso and Shelby in partnership
- Replies: 3
- Views: 4671
I have to say there is nothing to like about that car. My eye was drawn to the line of Astons behind it - now that a great looking car!