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Thread: Rear suspension refresh (picture heavy, HURRAH!)

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    Goodness you have been busy Jon....great work and inovation as ever

    Whilst I cold never do this stuff myself, I do very much enjoy reading your threads and looking at the pictures / videos.

    A bit like watching Michelin-starred cooking on TV and then eating beans on toast every day!
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    i know there's a reply form WhyOne on here, but i cant get to page 2.....
    aka Jonathan!!

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    ...... if a photobucket pic is foggy, click it, and it'll take you to the clear version, yes, it's a clicking faff....

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    with the workaround i can see it! (ta Kaz)

    ta for the encouragement all, just adding to the knowledge pool.....

    i have the old joints, i shall have a measure up


    now for some beans on toast... might add cheese
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    aka Jonathan!!

    '92 charlotte green auto.... as a daily
    '37 Ford Y street rod......... something for the weekend!

    ...... if a photobucket pic is foggy, click it, and it'll take you to the clear version, yes, it's a clicking faff....

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    ^ top tip for beans on toast - a few drops of Tabasco in the beans, as well as a sprinkling of dried Italian herbs - pimped beans we call this in our household. And smoked cheddar is a game changer.
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    Amazing job, there!

    I'm a bit afraid of bashing seven bells out of alloy suspension bits - they just look too delicate and too beautiful to break.

    Has there been a car with more beautiful control arms? Not the NC, that's for sure!
    Nick



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    [Jonathan, please feel free to delete this post. Just testing to see whether I can see the 'last page' after forumadmin made some changes. 11:06 05/Nov/23]
    This post should be #16.
    Kaz

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    progress, i can see the second page without having to go into hybrid mode now....
    aka Jonathan!!

    '92 charlotte green auto.... as a daily
    '37 Ford Y street rod......... something for the weekend!

    ...... if a photobucket pic is foggy, click it, and it'll take you to the clear version, yes, it's a clicking faff....

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    Impressive, indeed - as always
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    Excellent thread!! Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZNick View Post
    ^ top tip for beans on toast - a few drops of Tabasco in the beans, as well as a sprinkling of dried Italian herbs - pimped beans we call this in our household. And smoked cheddar is a game changer.
    Top tips - thank you Nick!
    2001 3.2 Circuit Blue Coupe with pop-ups!

    "If you want to argue that The Best Car in the World is a supercar, go ahead. But there is only one that makes the grade. Only one that's built properly.
    Gordon Murray knows.
    Rowan Atkinson knows.
    It's the Honda NSX."
    (J. Clarkson)

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