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Post by tim leech »

Now now, its mint underneath, I dont change LHM as I have neither the time nor the tools to do it!

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tim leech wrote:Now now, its mint underneath, I dont change LHM as I have neither the time nor the tools to do it!
Tools required:

Virtually zero


Time required:

20 mins max


Excuses for not changing your LHM?

NONE!

:lol:

It is good underneath. It'll stay that way now its been covered in Waxoyl.
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Cos you didnt do it for me :D

Someone once said always put of today what can be someone elses problem tomorrow didnt they? :wink:

Did you fit those new spheres by the way?

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tim leech wrote:Did you fit those new spheres by the way?
Not got round to it yet. I may bung a full set of new ones on it.

It needs new strut return pipes, coolant change and its also having a stat, fan switch and rad cap.

Full set of tyres then and it'll be ready to take on the world.
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Is it easy to do a coolant change, or should i just get a local garage to sort it?

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Definately a DIY job but i always like to have a coolant temp gauge for my own piece of mind when i'm doing the job.
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Does the guage just measure the coolent to water ratio to ensure that its correct? How much coolant would i need to buy & should i always get the proper citroen gel stuff?

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Even I can change coolant lol, do you want the original steels for it Ian as Im panning on a doing a trip to the tip before too long, with the other BX wheels and that 16v tailgate unless Mountainman still wants it.

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I'll probably have those wheels.

I need to price up some decent tyres for it.
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Lol ok let me know what size u want to fit and what make, after the bargains we got for the Caddy I think im the cheapest in town :D (for tyres that is cavmad!)