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Re: Bash Plates

Postby b_killer » 18 Oct 2016 09:12

Peter Connan wrote:Bruce, these prices are for raw.

How do i get them to you?


I'll send you a PM.
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby b_killer » 24 Oct 2016 08:24

b_killer wrote:
Peter Connan wrote:Bruce, these prices are for raw.

How do i get them to you?


I'll send you a PM.


Thanks Peter. I collected the parts from the courier this morning. Now for galvanising and then hopefully fitment this weekend.
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby Peter Connan » 24 Oct 2016 09:03

Only a pleasure Bruce.
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby b_killer » 31 Oct 2016 17:38

Peter Connan wrote:Only a pleasure Bruce.


Hi Peter

Galvanised and fitted the bash plate and transfer case protector, but I still need to figure out the fitment of the diff protector. Are the any tricks to fitting the two threaded rods? It looks like the one on the short or drivers side of the diff needs the break line to move, but I thought that I would check with you first.

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Re: Bash Plates

Postby David M » 31 Oct 2016 18:08

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This is as far I can get underneath without having to go for a shower.

Yes be careful of that brake pipe. If I remember right you put the U bolt in position first and then slide the protector on.
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby Peter Connan » 31 Oct 2016 18:55

Looks nice Bruce

Yes, brake pipe must move a little bit but can usually be returned to it's original position afterwards (but don't allow contact between them). Also be careful of the ABS lead.
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby b_killer » 01 Nov 2016 18:35

David M wrote:
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This is as far I can get underneath without having to go for a shower.

Yes be careful of that brake pipe. If I remember right you put the U bolt in position first and then slide the protector on.


Thanks David. I'll try that ^
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Re: Bash Plates

Postby b_killer » 01 Nov 2016 18:38

Peter Connan wrote:Looks nice Bruce

Yes, brake pipe must move a little bit but can usually be returned to it's original position afterwards (but don't allow contact between them). Also be careful of the ABS lead.


Thanks Peter. I was concerned about the lack of space between u-bolt and break line, but I'll create some space this weekend.
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