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I think the valve is a bias valve that reduces the braking on the rear axle. Sometimes they are bolted to the inside of the chassis leg below the bulkhead. The valve needs to be correctly positioned to allow the correct braking bias front to rear. If i can find my old Haynes manual i will have a loo...
Mark You may be able to assemble all the sections of the body, incuding the roof in position using supports where necessary, and bolt all the parts together. You could use clamps to hold the legs of the door pillars and finally weld them in when you have all the door clearances and body mounts corre...
I had the same symptoms on my Disco with it lerching to the left occasionally, then the wheel bearing let go on the A66 on the top of the Pennines and we all had a cheap ride home on the AA truck with much amusement from the littleones
Jim Any more new on how Ray is doing Rod Rod He has made some progress, his speech, eyesight has improved and he is determined to gain the use his right arm and leg although progress is slow. We have been able to take him around the hospital in his wheel chair, down to the cafe and garden area for ...
Hi Jim, I appreciate that you have other concerns and may not read this but in case you do, any update on Ray's condition? Bo Ray is cheerful and optimistic about his recovery, although progress is very steady. I will provide a further update soon when i have some more information. Cheers Jim
Ray my father is in Oakdale ward Harrogate Hospital after suffering a stroke. If anyone is passing and would like to visit, the visiting times are between 2-4pm and 6-8pm. Thanks Jim
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