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Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Andy C » Sun 30.08.2015, 23:01

However, it's almost over!
To celebrate the last weekend of winter, we took 296 out to the Sydney All British Day .. it's first official day out since we got it back.

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Tough to take this winter weather .. but someone's got to do it!
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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Rambo » Tue 01.09.2015, 22:54

Seeing as the weather is so good it might be time to turn those front indicator/light lenses the right way round :lol: :wink:
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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby alan e » Tue 01.09.2015, 23:19

But which is the right way round ?
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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby JMP » Tue 01.09.2015, 23:23

Repeaters should be toward the center of the bumper, not outwards.

I have to do the same ... :roll:

Does it really need to unbolt and take off the front bumper or what? If I may kindly inquire rather that read the service manual or see the parts list ...

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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Andy C » Wed 02.09.2015, 01:31

Rambo wrote:Seeing as the weather is so good it might be time to turn those front indicator/light lenses the right way round :lol: :wink:


They are the right way around! .. it's just that your looking at them upside down

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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Fredjohn » Wed 02.09.2015, 08:03

So the M100 next to yours must be upside down then........... :lol:
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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Andy C » Wed 02.09.2015, 13:08

Fredjohn wrote:So the M100 next to yours must be upside down then........... :lol:

it's the pommy version

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Re: Winter has been wet, cold .. and long

Postby Rambo » Wed 02.09.2015, 19:04

Andy C wrote:
Rambo wrote:Seeing as the weather is so good it might be time to turn those front indicator/light lenses the right way round :lol: :wink:


They are the right way around! .. it's just that your looking at them upside down

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LOL :lol:

I have the same problem with my NMY. Perhaps I need to take it to Oz ?? Not been there for 25 years so due a return ;-)
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