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Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 19th February 2020, 22:49
Replies: 3
Views: 407
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Tin worm - from the inside out :O

See image attached.

I've been spending time cleaning up corrosion and repainting + waxing the near-side wheel wheel arches for the past while (now done).

Have come across a fair bit of surface...
Forum: The 75 & ZT Gallery 18th February 2020, 21:47
Replies: 330
Views: 46,234
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Ok, maybe not quite as straightforward as I...

Ok, maybe not quite as straightforward as I seemed to be suggesting... :) :getmecoat:


But thanks very much for explaining in such detail Jon - I think I should be able to manage the most of...
Forum: The 75 & ZT Gallery 17th February 2020, 20:24
Replies: 330
Views: 46,234
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Incredible work, Jon. All the pics really help...

Incredible work, Jon. All the pics really help bring the project to life (and can act as a useful aid to the rest of us).

Quick question if I may - All of my rear suspension/brakes etc. is new...
Forum: Items Wanted 17th February 2020, 20:11
Replies: 2
Views: 217
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks very much, Don. Still haven't heard...

Thanks very much, Don.

Still haven't heard anything, so if no luck by the weekend, I'll drop you a PM. I had some spare chrome trims in the shed too, but when I went to look for these little...
Forum: Items Wanted 15th February 2020, 19:37
Replies: 2
Views: 217
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Nice easy one :)

Just need two of the little clear plastic buffer pads that sit inside the front wing chrome trims (at the front).. Seem to have lost mine when I took them off :getmecoat: (see image attached).
...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 12th February 2020, 19:57
Replies: 9
Views: 298
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah, the bonnet catches can be cleaned and...

Yeah, the bonnet catches can be cleaned and re-greased (white lithium grease for metal-to-metal contact parts, I believe).

The new MG bonnet catches are not as good as the OEM versions and don't...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 10th February 2020, 20:52
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Good stuff. In fairness, it seems like a well...

Good stuff. In fairness, it seems like a well designed piece of kit, with the cable ferrules slotting snugly into their openings at each end of the box.

Brian makes the point of flipping over the...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th February 2020, 22:02
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Only 3 were listed and they've all been sold, but...

Only 3 were listed and they've all been sold, but I'd expect the seller to have more to sell before long..

Attached is a pdf of the info on the original ebay listing, HTH.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th February 2020, 21:20
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
E-Zee bonnet cable (shuttle) box

This chap lists R75/ZT stuff on ebay from time to time (tourer rear lens fixing kits and digital water temp gauges etc.).

Saw recently that he'd listed a newly designed shuttle box for the bonnet...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th February 2020, 03:30
Replies: 17
Views: 782
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
A personalisation thing by the looks of it.....

A personalisation thing by the looks of it.. definitely not OEM.


Not to my liking.. But, each to their own.. :)



Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 28th January 2020, 20:18
Replies: 6
Views: 1,393
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
This thread is probably due a bump (for any newer...

This thread is probably due a bump (for any newer members out there)..

Handy little fix for an annoying problem :bowdown:



Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 27th January 2020, 21:54
Replies: 0
Views: 292
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Project Drive must have affected concentration too..!

See pics attached of potential route for water ingress to boot..

There's a taped-up hole either side of the boot (located behind the bumper on the outside), which is sealed with brush-on seam...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 18th January 2020, 11:07
Replies: 56
Views: 2,791
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Saloon boot-lid button and handle (an old school...

Saloon boot-lid button and handle (an old school / conventional set-up).


Better quality door cards.



Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 18th January 2020, 11:03
Replies: 2
Views: 268
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Well, I know at least one did because I seem to...

Well, I know at least one did because I seem to recall (probably 6 or 7 years ago) a member on here had one for sale, or was restoring one or something (sorry, can't quite remember the details). I'm...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 17th January 2020, 18:12
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks for the info Derek. I've actually no...

Thanks for the info Derek.

I've actually no idea of the hydroscopic properties or otherwise of red rubber grease :shrug:

But I've had good results with the stuff I've used in the past, so don't...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 17th January 2020, 18:09
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Very kind of you to offer, Mike - thank you. ...

Very kind of you to offer, Mike - thank you.

But no need, I've got a good one to go on (and will keep the old one for spare) :)


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 16th January 2020, 20:37
Replies: 8
Views: 414
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Aluminium rear bumper beam - Galvanic corrosion?

Having bumpers and trims all off the car at the moment, I'm coming across a few little corrosion issues.

See images attached of the rear bumper beam (removed from my car) - it's got some...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 22:57
Replies: 21
Views: 989
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah, I just don't know - I love the 11 Spokes...

Yeah, I just don't know - I love the 11 Spokes (normally my favourite wheel), but the slightly more classic design (?) of the Straights seems to sit well on mk1 cars - particularly when paired with...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 22:51
Replies: 21
Views: 989
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Good luck with the new car, Chris. I'm sure...

Good luck with the new car, Chris.

I'm sure I've got a pair of new Union Jack badges in the spares cabinet (came in a clips job-lot I got a few years ago) and I won't have any use for them. So,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 22:32
Replies: 13
Views: 711
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
You're obviously not as ham-fisted as I am,...

You're obviously not as ham-fisted as I am, Andy..!

I wouldn't normally be a fan of butchering the lines/design of the car. And, I suppose one gets a little handier at it each time.

It's been...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 22:23
Replies: 21
Views: 989
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I think the 11 Spokes on your car look the bees...

I think the 11 Spokes on your car look the bees knees, Ronnie :D

But, I quite like the deep-dish centre caps (from the Serpent wheels) when on the Straights.. (particularly MK1 cars).

Ummm,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 22:00
Replies: 13
Views: 711
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Chrome sill trims fitting

Easy access to the inner areas of the sills on our cars would be useful for regular anti-rust treatment.

Having my exterior sill trims off at the moment, I'm considering blanking off most of the...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th January 2020, 21:48
Replies: 21
Views: 989
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I will hopefully be fitting a set of 18's to my...

I will hopefully be fitting a set of 18's to my 75 whenever I get it put back together :getmecoat:

I have a set of 11 Spokes and a set of Straights - and I'm a little torn as to which will suit my...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 2nd January 2020, 20:20
Replies: 3
Views: 282
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks very much, Steve :bowdown: I see...

Thanks very much, Steve :bowdown:

I see you've also got extra filter material added over the driver's side plenum chamber there too - good thinking..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st January 2020, 22:50
Replies: 3
Views: 282
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Washer fluid pipe clip - location

Having replaced the scuttle panel at the bottom of the windscreen on my car, I've forgotten where exactly the windscreen fluid pipe clip goes - I've attached a photo of where I've put it (and all...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st January 2020, 22:36
Replies: 2
Views: 927
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Just to clear this up - the OEM installation of...

Just to clear this up - the OEM installation of the fluid level sensor was, unsurprisingly, correct (see image attached). It had never worked on my car, but that must have been due to a faulty...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 27th December 2019, 05:32
Replies: 9
Views: 589
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Could the driver have been diabetic or had some...

Could the driver have been diabetic or had some other medical issue?

Best thing in that situation is to remain safe yourself.. If you can warn oncoming or surrounding traffic, then great. But I...
Forum: Items Wanted 13th December 2019, 21:48
Replies: 4
Views: 498
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Both now acquired. Cheers, Karl.

Both now acquired.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 10th December 2019, 20:43
Replies: 4
Views: 404
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I had this a few years ago on my turbo, Pete. ...

I had this a few years ago on my turbo, Pete.

Turned out to be one of the little black hoses (from the turbo or air inlet side, I think) had come off the inlet manifold. Just popped it back on...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2019, 20:57
Replies: 13
Views: 712
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1986-NISSAN-300C-Saloon...

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1986-NISSAN-300C-Saloon-amp-Estate-Sales-Brochure-Unread-Brand-New-Old-Stock-/361765524804?nma=true&si=PNWJSKqUiJMjuaoJINZAeb%252BjOho%253D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2019, 17:58
Replies: 13
Views: 712
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
That's a pretty smart looking motor, Pete. ...

That's a pretty smart looking motor, Pete.

Wish I could get my hands on nice example over here. Looking at the photos bring a lot of memories back (loved those cars)..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2019, 17:55
Replies: 13
Views: 712
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Never liked the facelifts as much as the...

Never liked the facelifts as much as the originals, but then I was biased :getmecoat:

Car seems to have gone from the link, now..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th December 2019, 12:54
Replies: 13
Views: 712
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Mk1 Rover 827si

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1989-ROVER-800-827-SI-4D-AUTO-177-BHP-MODERN-CLASSIC/174119077769?_trkparms=aid%3D1110001%26algo%3DSPLICE.SIM%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D61138%26meid%3Dce6fe43fe50a430980def6aa79616d8...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 6th December 2019, 22:21
Replies: 7
Views: 447
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I wouldn't worry too much about acquiring all of...

I wouldn't worry too much about acquiring all of the little bits and pieces for the shocks - I wasted a fair bit of time seeking these out when replacing mine, but realised upon removal of the old...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th December 2019, 00:14
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi John, Sorry for the late reply.. Just...

Hi John,

Sorry for the late reply.. Just emailed off that PDF (pics are a little bigger and more legible on the PDF).


Good luck,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:58
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hope these photos help (came out a little smaller...

Hope these photos help (came out a little smaller than the originals for some reason, but are hopefully clear enough to make out).

I found rich17865's thread invaluable when changing the cushions...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:54
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 36 (last one).

Image No. 36 (last one).
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:53
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 31 - 35

Image No. 31 - 35
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:51
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 26 - 30

Image No. 26 - 30
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:50
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 21 - 25

Image No. 21 - 25
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:49
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 16 - 20

Image No. 16 - 20
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:47
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 11 - 15

Image No. 11 - 15
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:46
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Image No. 6 - 10..

Image No. 6 - 10..
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 22:44
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi John, Ok, here goes.. Think I can...

Hi John,

Ok, here goes..

Think I can only upload 5 pics at a time, so bear with me. I'll upload all images in chronological order, as they appear in the thread.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd December 2019, 21:21
Replies: 12
Views: 618
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi John, Is it this thread you're referring...

Hi John,

Is it this thread you're referring to (by rich17865)?:

https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=172640

If so, I have the photos somewhere and can upload them..

...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 27th November 2019, 23:05
Replies: 2
Views: 927
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
FYI: DMB000250 - washer bottle for the 1.8T...

FYI:

DMB000250 - washer bottle for the 1.8T auto (dual wash AND pre-facelift)
DMB000280 - washer bottle for the 1.8T auto (no headlamp wash AND pre-facelift)
DMB000420 - washer bottle for the...
Forum: Items Wanted 25th November 2019, 21:55
Replies: 4
Views: 498
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Apologies, Steve. Perhaps not the best...

Apologies, Steve.

Perhaps not the best terminology for what I'm after :getmecoat:

I need the plug and a section of loom that fits into a tourer luggage space light.

"car-side" plug and loom...
Forum: Items Wanted 24th November 2019, 22:10
Replies: 4
Views: 498
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
One acquired - just need another one now (plug...

One acquired - just need another one now (plug and few inches of car-side loom for tourer luggage space rear courtesy light).


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 19th November 2019, 22:03
Replies: 8
Views: 928
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Good to hear, Jim. Nice to get these bits sorted...

Good to hear, Jim. Nice to get these bits sorted out :bowdown:


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 18th November 2019, 20:24
Replies: 8
Views: 928
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Jim, Yeah, the jacking pads just push in...

Hi Jim,

Yeah, the jacking pads just push in to the apertures on the under-side of the sills. There's conflicting opinions on whether or not to use sealants in this area - some think that it can...
Forum: Items Wanted 13th November 2019, 22:22
Replies: 4
Views: 498
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
TOURER luggage space lights

I'm not looking for the luggage space courtesy lights themselves, but rather the car-side plug and a few inches of loom (x2).

Please PM with details if you can help.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: V8 Forum 13th November 2019, 22:18
Replies: 0
Views: 488
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Might need a V8 owner's help with this one..

Sorry for trespassing (:)), but can any V8 owners shed any light on this..?

https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=300794


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th November 2019, 19:42
Replies: 2
Views: 927
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
1.8T Auto / V8 washer bottle and level sensor

Does anyone know when or why the design of the washer bottle (without headlamp wash) for the 1.8T auto and V8 changed?

The original part number on my car is DMB000280.
The current version...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 10th November 2019, 13:42
Replies: 51
Views: 13,281
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thread Revival :o Is there any definitive...

Thread Revival :o

Is there any definitive how-to for wiring up just heated seats?

I have a set of manual heated seats to fit to a Project Drive car, so don't have any car-side looms or switches...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 6th November 2019, 19:21
Replies: 12
Views: 316
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
As already stated - lip facing down (first pic). ...

As already stated - lip facing down (first pic).


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 6th November 2019, 19:19
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks very much, John. Makes sense, to be...

Thanks very much, John. Makes sense, to be fair..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 6th November 2019, 00:54
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
UBI000010 is the temp sensor on the auto trans...

UBI000010 is the temp sensor on the auto trans oil cooler rad.

Have a new MG version to fit, but it has one blue and one black wire to the plug - the car-side loom has one black cable and one...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd November 2019, 21:36
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Quite possibly, alright :o The only thing is...

Quite possibly, alright :o

The only thing is is that I'd hate to put it back together "wrong", when I've actually went to the trouble of changing it :getmecoat:

It's very rare that this fan...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd November 2019, 19:45
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I'm revisiting the auto box oil cooler fan on my...

I'm revisiting the auto box oil cooler fan on my 1.8T.

Had a chance today to check the fan rotation on both the old and the new fan (see image attached):
- Both spin in the anti-clockwise...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 23rd October 2019, 21:15
Replies: 16
Views: 1,235
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
On 140k but currently SORN'd - waiting on me to...

On 140k but currently SORN'd - waiting on me to find some time to put it back together after a mini-resto :getmecoat:

Original engine and turbo.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 23rd October 2019, 21:14
Replies: 16
Views: 1,235
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
That's very impressive. Just goes to show that a...

That's very impressive. Just goes to show that a lot has to do with how you treat the clutch.. :bowdown:


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 23rd October 2019, 21:10
Replies: 15
Views: 660
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Welcome, Paul. One of the first things to do...

Welcome, Paul.

One of the first things to do with these engines is to check all the coolant hoses and keep an eye on the water level in the header tank, in case there are any leaks.

Although...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 23rd October 2019, 20:57
Replies: 7
Views: 520
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi TC, Sorry for not getting back sooner. ...

Hi TC,

Sorry for not getting back sooner. I'm away from home at the moment but found this photo in my archive from a while back.. not sure if it's of any help.. :shrug:

I'll get a couple of...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 21st October 2019, 20:56
Replies: 9
Views: 691
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?...

https://the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=213426&highlight=boot+plinth

This thread might be of some help..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 21st October 2019, 20:50
Replies: 9
Views: 691
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Mike, I think the pre-production cars...

Hi Mike,

I think the pre-production cars came before the launch cars and had a few little idiosyncrasies - like this, and the black surround over the hazard light switch on the centre console...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 21st October 2019, 20:37
Replies: 9
Views: 691
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I believe these were fitted to the pre-production...

I believe these were fitted to the pre-production cars only (so, only the very early ones).

However, I got a new one of these unbranded plinths a few years ago (off an internet auction site, if...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 17th October 2019, 19:56
Replies: 7
Views: 520
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Not currently at home, but here's a pic that...

Not currently at home, but here's a pic that shows that general area..

(TC, if you can wait until tomorrow eve, I'll get a few photos taken of the coolant and air hoses in my engine bay; and I'll...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 16th October 2019, 23:01
Replies: 7
Views: 338
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hello Paul. All good, but loads of work to get...

Hello Paul. All good, but loads of work to get done on the car :getmecoat:

The rubber ends are a little loose on the OEM hoses, although switching the black and yellow hoses around at the turbo...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 16th October 2019, 22:55
Replies: 7
Views: 338
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks TC :bowdown: Yeah, this is the way I...

Thanks TC :bowdown:

Yeah, this is the way I now have the hoses set-up at the turbo end. So, I just have to switch the black and yellow hoses around at the boost control solenoid to match the last...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th October 2019, 21:30
Replies: 7
Views: 338
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Turbo Hose Set-up (1.8T)

With thanks to member Sheraton, attached is a schematic of the turbo hose set-up on the 1.8T.

These are how they were set on my car, but I noticed that the black hose going to the turbo...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th October 2019, 21:12
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Couple more pics...

Couple more pics...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th October 2019, 21:11
Replies: 7
Views: 545
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Auto trans oil cooler fan (1.8T)

Has anyone ever changed the fan on theirs?

I bought a new fan and oil temp sensor (Chinese parts) for the cooler a while back.

However, the face of the fan blades appear to be mounted the...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 5th October 2019, 18:10
Replies: 0
Views: 179
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Front passenger door handle and backplate

I've spent some time today changing the door handle backplate on NSF door (due to broken torx screw).

Have managed to get the backplate fitted and the chrome outer handle back on. But, the chrome...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 26th September 2019, 21:25
Replies: 10
Views: 1,032
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Stop buying accessories without the instructions,...

Stop buying accessories without the instructions, Kev! :D

Afraid I can't help as I don't have one of these :(

Free bump, though :)


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 26th September 2019, 21:18
Replies: 17
Views: 770
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Just my two cents: I'd be wary of "painting"...

Just my two cents:

I'd be wary of "painting" any chassis/body parts underneath the car or in the wheel arches, unless you're going to to back to bare metal everywhere and properly prime/paint the...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2019, 22:50
Replies: 9
Views: 354
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah, those are the skullcaps. Simple job to...

Yeah, those are the skullcaps. Simple job to replace these. Like Suzublu says, just ease them off gently along the edge and replace with new.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2019, 22:47
Replies: 4
Views: 354
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Not sure about the washer bottles on other...

Not sure about the washer bottles on other variants, but on the 1.8T auto, the bolts holding the washer bottle in place can crack the bottle itself at the fixing point, causing leakage, but it would...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2019, 22:44
Replies: 4
Views: 317
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Item No. 3 in T-Cut's link has been known to fail...

Item No. 3 in T-Cut's link has been known to fail causing the fan to run more often than it should. The consensus seems to be that this fan should only run after a hearty, prolonged or dogged drive...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2019, 22:38
Replies: 17
Views: 1,208
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
As above, get the correct items from Rimmers -...

As above, get the correct items from Rimmers - flanged head with Dacromet finish. No point getting aftermarket items when you're going to the trouble.

Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 4th September 2019, 22:32
Replies: 8
Views: 644
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Having seen the bolts that came out from my...

Having seen the bolts that came out from my original rear subframe recently (been in there 16 years), I'd say there's no need to put anything on them. No sign of any grease having been used when...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 28th August 2019, 00:32
Replies: 49
Views: 2,030
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
If God is good, then one day... ...

If God is good, then one day...
https://en.wheelsage.org/aston_martin/v8/84263/vantage/uk-spec/pictures/ucilxu/


And this don't look too bad, either.. for a "eurobox"..!...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th August 2019, 21:28
Replies: 13
Views: 1,140
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Don't fancy sending the last known new original...

Don't fancy sending the last known new original part half way round the world for cheap tooling purposes - sorry! I'm actually going to want the part for fitting shortly :getmecoat:

I'm amazed...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th August 2019, 20:38
Replies: 13
Views: 1,140
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Too true, I'm afraid :) After a few weeks...

Too true, I'm afraid :)

After a few weeks and having sent off my new original part for sampling, one of the companies has reverted to me with pricing.

Material:
Black natural rubber 70 shore....
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd August 2019, 21:48
Replies: 3
Views: 352
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah Andy, what do you reckon - a bit of copper...

Yeah Andy, what do you reckon - a bit of copper grease on the open parts of the piston and a good coat of red rubber grease on the carrier sliding pins?


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 3rd August 2019, 21:24
Replies: 3
Views: 352
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Right Rear Caliper - nasty

Take a look at the piston on my right-rear caliper :eek:

Doesn't look like the piston has done too much work in a while..

Reman units acquired to replace. Will keep the old calipers to refurb...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd August 2019, 13:42
Replies: 27
Views: 1,241
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yes, the factory-applied paint coatings (on our...

Yes, the factory-applied paint coatings (on our suspension parts) are terrible. Get the wire brush out and clean off any loose or flaking paint and apply some of your own primer/paint (assuming you...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd August 2019, 13:31
Replies: 27
Views: 1,241
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Rear Subframe: Cavity wax inside / UB wax...

Rear Subframe: Cavity wax inside / UB wax outside (epoxy mastic might be beneficial on the exterior, but the subframe is very exposed to debris and will always take a beating, so not sure if there's...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd August 2019, 13:10
Replies: 27
Views: 1,241
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Don't hurt your head too much about it, Simon :) ...

Don't hurt your head too much about it, Simon :)

For the subframe, get some cavity wax sprayed inside - I wire-wheeled the exterior surface too and added epoxy mastic, but I'm not sure that I...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 19th July 2019, 21:40
Replies: 34
Views: 2,151
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
I think you may have been answered already in...

I think you may have been answered already in this thread, but approx. 86mm inc the curved lip? Not sure the curved lip is that important if you get strong enough (thick gauge) material cut to...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 18th July 2019, 20:14
Replies: 34
Views: 2,151
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Exactly. I'm doing a full suspension renewal...

Exactly. I'm doing a full suspension renewal myself at the moment and thought that the only part I couldn't get was the rear subframe failsafe washers (even though I was sure I had got some from...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 12th July 2019, 16:35
Replies: 13
Views: 1,140
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
So, if I send them the original part, they could...

So, if I send them the original part, they could make up a batch from that?

That's worth looking into (will contact them next week to see what they can do)..

For the record, this would be a...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th July 2019, 22:31
Replies: 13
Views: 1,140
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Auto Brake Pedal Cover

Does anyone know if it's possible to reproduce an original auto brake pedal cover from a new original one?

Most auto owners will know that the MG/Roewe replacements that were made in later years...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th July 2019, 22:11
Replies: 20
Views: 1,021
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Absolutely stunning looking car, Les. ...

Absolutely stunning looking car, Les.

Assuming they're not for daily use, what are running costs like for a good V8 (replacement parts etc.)? Outrageous?

Would love one.. maybe one day :D

...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 8th July 2019, 22:02
Replies: 7
Views: 853
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks for the advice chaps :) I've already...

Thanks for the advice chaps :)

I've already done the inside of the rear subframe and the rear upper arms with Dynax S50; and treated the outside of the subframe to a good wire-wheeling, before...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 7th July 2019, 21:56
Replies: 0
Views: 286
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Great price for brake discs

Got a full set of dimpled and grooved M-Tec brake discs with additional black coating for my 75 (standard non-190 set-up, but with EBC Greenstuff pads to go on) for under £140 delivered :D (their...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th July 2019, 11:45
Replies: 7
Views: 853
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks Chris. Yeah, it's not easy keeping...

Thanks Chris.

Yeah, it's not easy keeping these mild steel pieces rust free (the factory paint quality of the suspension parts is pretty abysmal); and we're only delaying the inevitable anyway..
...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 4th July 2019, 23:56
Replies: 7
Views: 853
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks John :) Yeah, fingers crossed my...

Thanks John :)

Yeah, fingers crossed my mechanic will put it together the way I want it to go together i.e. properly!


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 4th July 2019, 23:45
Replies: 7
Views: 853
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
New Rear Suspension Assemblies

Couple of photos attached of the new rear suspension assemblies that are for fitting next week. Also have new rear hubs/bearings and H&R 35mm lowering springs to go on all round.

Have gathered...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 25th June 2019, 23:42
Replies: 6
Views: 544
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Part no. is STC50458 for the auto (Land Rover...

Part no. is STC50458 for the auto (Land Rover used the same item).

They are available new, I think, but are quite pricey from what I remember.

Do look the part, though :)


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 25th June 2019, 23:35
Replies: 2
Views: 435
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
New front subframe

I've read on Rimmers that the new front subframes that are currently available (KGB000311, in my case) are a little different than those on the earlier or mark 1 cars. Apparently, a different power...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 22nd June 2019, 00:37
Replies: 18
Views: 999
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Derek was a gentleman - and I only knew him via...

Derek was a gentleman - and I only knew him via the written word on this forum :bowdown: RIP.

Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 25th May 2019, 19:48
Replies: 2
Views: 428
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks for that, Andy :bowdown: I'm keen to use...

Thanks for that, Andy :bowdown: I'm keen to use the wiring for something, seeing as I can't fit OEM fog lamps :getmecoat:

Car is currently sorn'd with bumpers, wings, trims, arch liners etc. off,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 25th May 2019, 13:15
Replies: 2
Views: 428
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Front Fogs Wiring

Is it possible to use the front fogs wiring for other lighting purposes e.g. number plate lights?

I retrofitted fog lights a few years back for a short time (using an OEM kit), but then removed...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 22nd April 2019, 22:02
Replies: 11,783
Views: 827,189
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
The two torx screws that hold the door handle...

The two torx screws that hold the door handle mechanism to the door seemed to be quite heavily corroded on my car (had the chrome handles off for respray work). When the handles are off, would it be...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th April 2019, 21:24
Replies: 13
Views: 1,263
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks everyone for your thoughts.. :bowdown: ...

Thanks everyone for your thoughts.. :bowdown:

No issue with the RHS trim piece (one sitting in storage for the past few years).

And I've already spent some considerable time on the rust...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 9th April 2019, 23:40
Replies: 13
Views: 1,263
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Quad exhaust fitment on a standard 75/ZT

If anyone has put a V8 style quad exhaust system on their standard 75 or ZT, how did you go about securing the driver's side rear box/pipe?

Do the exhaust suppliers generally weld an additional...
Forum: Items Wanted 15th March 2019, 18:40
Replies: 0
Views: 166
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Original (UK) Premium Bumper grill insert

There's a chap over here who has acquired an original Premium Bumper for his Rover 75. He's looking for a new or excellent condition chrome grill insert for the bumper, as it's bare at the moment. ...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 11th March 2019, 22:03
Replies: 33
Views: 1,325
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
The depth of shine/reflection in that paintwork...

The depth of shine/reflection in that paintwork is stunning, Cliff :bowdown: :bowdown:

And the woodie bits look alright too, I suppose! :) :getmecoat: :)


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th March 2019, 20:30
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
True. But then, I'm one as well! :) ...

True. But then, I'm one as well! :)

Hopefully, it'll turn out ok. I'll put up some pics in a few weeks, when I get her back.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th March 2019, 10:33
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah, Paul, it looks as though the Cowley (satin...

Yeah, Paul, it looks as though the Cowley (satin black) sills aren't really textured (undersealed) to the visible portions at all i.e. not until the sill meets the underfloor of the car.

However,...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th March 2019, 10:12
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
From what I understand, there were a small number...

From what I understand, there were a small number of Cowley-made cars that left the factory with body-coloured sills. This was a no-cost option, apparently.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd March 2019, 15:29
Replies: 80
Views: 10,991
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Ah yes, that looks reasonable enough for...

Ah yes, that looks reasonable enough for adjustment :getmecoat:

Couldn't remember if there was any adjustment room built into the brackets, but that image is fairly clear.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 3rd March 2019, 13:30
Replies: 80
Views: 10,991
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
That's what I've heard on here before as well,...

That's what I've heard on here before as well, Sean. I don't really dabble too much in the mechanical side of things and certainly haven't removed or adjusted the rear arms. But, if you look at the...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 2nd March 2019, 22:35
Replies: 80
Views: 10,991
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Sean, Yeah, worn bushes on the rear track...

Hi Sean,

Yeah, worn bushes on the rear track control arms can definitely cause wear on the outer edge of the rear tyres (by putting wheel alignment out?), so might be worth getting these checked...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 2nd March 2019, 16:45
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
That's brilliant, Pete. Thanks very much for...

That's brilliant, Pete.

Thanks very much for getting those photos taken and uploaded :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:

I seem to have run out of thanks on this thread.. :(

Hopefully, these...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 23:49
Replies: 3
Views: 655
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Can't imagine letting myself do this again :D ...

Can't imagine letting myself do this again :D (But I wouldn't completely rule it out!).

So frustrating - the lamps were in really good condition too :duh: :(

At least I'm not the only one :)
...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 22:11
Replies: 3
Views: 655
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Rear bumper removal - take care

Took into removing the rear bumper recently (along with all trims and wings etc.) for upcoming paint work.

Really simple job but having never done this before, I thought I could just gently...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 21:39
Replies: 31
Views: 2,124
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Dat-gum, that's HORRIBLE :eek:

Dat-gum, that's HORRIBLE :eek:
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 21:38
Replies: 31
Views: 2,124
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
My '04 car has had mud flaps fitted all its life...

My '04 car has had mud flaps fitted all its life and having just removed them for sill and respray work, I can confirm that they do damage the paintwork on the lower portions of the wings. My wings...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 21:28
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Likewise, I would say that my offside rear sill...

Likewise, I would say that my offside rear sill is the worst.

However, after I removed all the trim, wings and arch liners from the car, I powerwashed the inside of the sills out (through the...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 21:14
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
If you get a chance, Pete, that would be great. ...

If you get a chance, Pete, that would be great. I'm interested to see the finish at/along the door jambs.


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 18:56
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks Pete, Arnaud C. & Mike. And yes, Mark,...

Thanks Pete, Arnaud C. & Mike. And yes, Mark, sounds like you have a Longbridge-built car with body-coloured sills (like mine, at the moment).

That pic gives a good idea of the finish, texture...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 13:01
Replies: 10
Views: 794
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Lovely looking motors. Have read your...

Lovely looking motors.

Have read your exceptional resto threads with interest over the years, Jim. You've done some amazing work and helped many of us better understand the putting-together and...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 1st March 2019, 12:54
Replies: 26
Views: 1,575
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Cowley Sills

For anyone with a Cowley car...

Are the black sills Schutz'd (textured) all the way up to the bottom of the doors or does the Schutz work finish mid-way up the sills, as with the Longbridge cars?...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 17th February 2019, 00:00
Replies: 12
Views: 1,072
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Done this a couple of times. I found it easiest...

Done this a couple of times. I found it easiest to remove (and refit) via the driver's side rear door.
- Remove front seat headrests and manipulate the backrests as required (easy enough to remove...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 6th February 2019, 21:07
Replies: 41
Views: 6,612
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Gary, No idea about the fuel pump relay,...

Hi Gary,

No idea about the fuel pump relay, I'm afraid.

However, it might be worth checking your battery's state of charge.

My car had similar symptoms prior to changing the fuel pump way...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 5th February 2019, 00:26
Replies: 0
Views: 298
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
1.8 turbo decat?

I've seen dummy catalytic convertors available for the 1.8T.

Would a 1.8T pass MOT emissions tests with one of these fitted (I'm guessing no?).

And would the removal of the cat not confuse the...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 19th January 2019, 20:35
Replies: 17
Views: 1,095
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
If you don't have front fog lights, you could...

If you don't have front fog lights, you could also do the lower grill in Lockwood mesh..


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 18th January 2019, 19:24
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Certainly worth a shot, Paul :bowdown: ...

Certainly worth a shot, Paul :bowdown:


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 16th January 2019, 21:27
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks JD. I changed all the ignition...

Thanks JD.

I changed all the ignition components (inc. plugs) some time ago, to little effect. But I will check and change again (as needed) shortly.

Plugs looked decent when I checked them...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th January 2019, 00:11
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Richard, Yeah, I'd checked those way back...

Hi Richard,

Yeah, I'd checked those way back and they were all within tolerances at the time (although the figures since escape me). I'm not convinced that resistance figures will show up all...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 14th January 2019, 00:03
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks Paul. Yeah, I'll definitely fit the...

Thanks Paul.

Yeah, I'll definitely fit the support bracket soon - will see if this makes any difference. No obvious sign of any problems at the manifold gaskets and no coolant leaks there, but...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 23:54
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks for info, Richard. I'm quite certain...

Thanks for info, Richard.

I'm quite certain that the autobox in my car is in physically good condition, as the oil that had come out previously (last year) looked quite good and the car has never...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 23:39
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Andy, Yeah, it seems I'm the only one...

Hi Andy,

Yeah, it seems I'm the only one that has encountered this issue :getmecoat:

But I think the first two images in my earlier post show the bend in the fuel rail fuel pipe pressing...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 23:33
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
- Have checked all the vacuum hoses I can find...

- Have checked all the vacuum hoses I can find and don't see any problems - they all look to be in good condition (+ I think the misfire comes in before any boost is called upon).

- Not yet...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th January 2019, 22:20
Replies: 4
Views: 395
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
It's not that difficult to swap the entire foams...

It's not that difficult to swap the entire foams over from your good manual seats to the electric frames that you've got - it's actually pretty straightforward. A few hours should do both front...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 18:26
Replies: 10
Views: 831
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Excellent value, Mick :bowdown: Cheers, ...

Excellent value, Mick :bowdown:


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th January 2019, 12:48
Replies: 11
Views: 1,101
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Yeah, looks ok from the back but the front is...

Yeah, looks ok from the back but the front is definitely an acquired taste..! :getmecoat:


Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 12:43
Replies: 10
Views: 831
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
As Simon says, try lubricating the channels...

As Simon says, try lubricating the channels first.

But, if that doesn't work, don't worry. A good 2nd hand regulator can be picked up for 20 or 30 quid and it's a relatively straightforward...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th January 2019, 12:31
Replies: 11
Views: 1,101
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Dat-gum, they're not gonna be easily found..!! ...

Dat-gum, they're not gonna be easily found..!!


Cheers,

Karl.
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 13th January 2019, 12:22
Replies: 11
Views: 1,101
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
No idea what car those seats have come from but...

No idea what car those seats have come from but would def be interested to find out.

They look pretty decent and there can't be that many other manufacturer's seats that fit straight into our...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 00:47
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Had you been having some troubles with the auto...

Had you been having some troubles with the auto box in your car, Richard?

I seem to remember reading that someone changed their auto box ECU on here, recently. Was that yourself? If so, do you...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 13th January 2019, 00:23
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi Richard, Yeah, it's an excellent combo...

Hi Richard,

Yeah, it's an excellent combo when all's working as it should. Unfortunately, mechanics these days seem extremely unwilling to do what I'd have thought was some relatively...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 12th January 2019, 22:01
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hi and thanks Paul, Yes, I gapped my plugs...

Hi and thanks Paul,

Yes, I gapped my plugs to .7 or .75mm some time ago but it made little difference. I've also changed coils and HT leads before, with little effect.

I've not done much with...
Forum: Technical Help Forum 12th January 2019, 19:33
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Here's a few images, with the first two being of...

Here's a few images, with the first two being of my current fuel rail which fouls against the body of the alloy inlet manifold; and the third of the new fuel rail set.

Cheers,
Karl.
Forum: Technical Help Forum 12th January 2019, 19:29
Replies: 21
Views: 1,116
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
1.8T fuel rail fuel pipe fouls alloy inlet manifold - solutions?

I changed the inlet manifold on my 1.8T a few years ago, taking the steel fuel rail from my original (plastic) manifold and fitting to the new alloy manifold as part of the process.

At the time, I...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 10th December 2018, 23:01
Replies: 5
Views: 565
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Hello Darsie, Just to be clear, the covers...

Hello Darsie,

Just to be clear, the covers from the earlier bullet-type mirrors (the chrome ones in the top photo - from Suzublu) will NOT clip onto the skullcap mirror frames. You'll need to...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 4th November 2018, 22:35
Replies: 3
Views: 289
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Thanks for the info Carl. Yeah, I can't say...

Thanks for the info Carl.

Yeah, I can't say there's anything noticeably wrong with the current tensioner. But, having never been changed, I'm just wondering if it'd be a good idea to get it...
Forum: The 75 and ZT Owners Club General Forum 4th November 2018, 20:51
Replies: 3
Views: 289
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
K Series Polyvee Drive Belt Tensioner - PQG100180A

What are people's opinions on changing the power steering belt tensioner?

Cambelt will soon be due for renewal and I have the usual parts (cambelt, water pump, timing belt tensioner), but I've...
Forum: Items Wanted 24th September 2018, 19:00
Replies: 0
Views: 284
Posted By The Mighty Quinn
Sandstone leather bolsters for folding rear seat back (saloon)

Looking for the above in undamaged condition (just the two parts that clip in either side of the seat back), if anyone can help?

Please PM me a price (including P&P to N. Ireland) if you can.

...
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