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ams last won the day on November 13 2018

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  • Birthday 29/11/1979

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  1. Agree on Scottish cars - have seen some that have been really bad from there. Most coastal cars seem to be bad Cars from around the midlands seem to be ok.
  2. Those with JDM cars will know a normal OBD reader wont work with there car, I have a tool that does them but it was quite expensive and has been discontinued, I have just come across this - which covers JOBD https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JOBD-OBD2-Car-Scanner-Engine-Fault-Code-Reader-Diagnostic-Tool-for-Japanese-Cars/392269988842?epid=14031257018&hash=item5b551d03ea:g:tcYAAOSwTUdco0hj I have not tried it but for the price if you have a JDM car its worth a shot!
  3. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MOBILE-SCISSOR-LIFT-TILTING-CAR-LIFT-RAMP-ADJUSTABLE-WIDTH-1500Kg-Capacity/283504978329?hash=item420236a999:g:9KwAAOSwcUBYLvBi I think bumblebee has something similar, looking at getting one for when I get rid of the unit, been working on the floor using axle stands all week and now i think ive done my back in... @Bumblebee
  4. I have 2 front subframes left now if anyone needs one - when they are gone they are gone
  5. Im cutting some sills out of a car this week for a customer , looking at that spare wheel well I think I might cut that out as well for future use
  6. The sills have been rotting on some of these for a while now, more than 5 years when I first found a rotten one after taking the side skirts off, looked fine with the skirts on
  7. Hi AMS, I need a brake master cylinder for my 2003 gen 7 vvti 140bhp please, I think its the T38 as advised by Scarlett Arrow?

     

    Many thanks,

     

    Tim 

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      Hi AMS, I need a brake master cylinder for my 2003 gen 7 vvti 140bhp please, I think its the T38 as advised by Scarlett Arrow?

       

      Many thanks,

       

      Tim 

       

      Hi, this was my message to you on July 11th. Dismantled rear brakes yesterday. Discs, pads, sliders and pins are all in good working order and there is some friction to the discs when pedal is pumped. I drove the car again and the pedal still travels to the floor. There is definitely no air in the system. Do you think it's the master cylinder now please?

  8. hi ams. 

    yes its definitely the tank i tried to upload a picture of it spraying out but it wouldn't  let me cause the file size was too big , how much for the tank and to get it posted?

    Thanks

  9. Hey amit I’m after a fuel filler pipe for a 2001 Celica t sport do you have one available 

  10. If you can wait a month or so, my old mechanic might be able to do it.
  11. The back of that wheel need flatting back Those wheel use taper nuts - ill try and find some of the original ones and get a pic up in case they are a ball taper The other thing is worn bushes - but you would get a wobble on hard braking after about 40-50mph as well
  12. Rules tightened up on it last year, he has put it down as an advisory to cover his back.
  13. Other than the gearknob that looks really lovely. Would want to have a good look underneath at that price and make sure its not burning oil badly, if its bad you should see it smoking
  14. Yep - clean air zone coming to Birmingham centre next year - doesnt really go anywhere near far enough to have a significant affect on air quality and suspect they will have to widen the area to the whole of birmingham within a few years which will make most of my cars in storage and my dailies unusable.
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