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Post by roscoe » Mon Jan 01, 2007 10:26 am

Thanks Chris
I'd hang off until the end of this week - there are some things I've not got yet from Canada that should have arrived before Christmas as well - so might get a large delivery when the local posties get back to work on the 2nd. Will let you know if/when it comes so don't resend anything just yet.

Back to work for me tomorrow as well :cry: :cry: - just starting to enjoy the time off and it's over!

Happy New Year - hope 2007 is good to you - no more toerags torching BXs!
cheers,
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Post by docchevron » Mon Jan 01, 2007 2:32 pm

and a very happy new year to you mate!
I understand from AF that you're getting some fairly bizarre weather "down under"?

No probs mate, I now have two more in stock so they are "on standby"!

Have a great year, you and all!

Cheers
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Post by AlanS » Mon Jan 01, 2007 9:58 pm

docchevron1472 wrote:and a very happy new year to you mate!
I understand from AF that you're getting some fairly bizarre weather "down under"?

No probs mate, I now have two more in stock so they are "on standby"!

Have a great year, you and all!

Cheers
Chris G
Yep, like walking around with the air/con following you instead of turning into a grease spot even if you are in air/con like it was this time last year. :oops: :oops: :twisted:

http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/stor ... 02,00.html

Some places have had the coolest December (in one case since 1888) on record or in the past 100 years...make the best of it....it won't last. ~ale~


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Post by meep » Tue Jan 09, 2007 8:12 pm

jonkw wrote:BX TD alternator belt without aircon is a 5PK0700. Most manufacturers seem to offer this size.
If you have not fitted the aircon, theres no need to remove the rad to swap the alternator. Simply remove the alternator top adjuster bracket from the engine, then pull out and remove the drivers headlamp. The alternator can then be removed via the resultant hole in the front panel!!! I did one like this a couple of weeks ago very quickly.
Thanks for the top tip! 8)

Used that recently and it worked a treat :D

I just add that removing the little pipe on the side of the rad helps too, I split mine, but fortunately still had some pipe left over from when the other oil filter warmer pipe split 8)

That's what makes this place so worthwhile :D