Counting on from the other week. (http://oldholden.com...)
New studs are in. Axle is back in, but now any drum I have tried, rubs on the backing plate.
I reckon it is to do with the middle part of the axle that is scraped and is not letting the drum sit flush.
Any help much appreciated.
Hi all, this is a desperate cry for help. My partner & i have an old Mercedes sunbus as our home, which we travel around in.It has cost us a bit over the last 12 mths, had to get a total re-build on the motor. Anyway he has always loved Bedfords and was thinking of downsizing to something i could drive as well. His eyesight is failing due to diabetes. I'm a whopping 4ft 11" tall, so my feet don't even reach the pedals of the bus, and no way can i see over the dash. We found a 1976 Bedford motor home on line for $6,000.00 only downer was it was in WA. After many phone calls to the seller we decided it was worth the travel over. My partner took the train as he suffer's from panic attacks and doesn't fly. Anyway i will try to shorten this story.
hi guys&girls hope you all are well.i got a holden hz with factory airconditioning its a 5litre. i want to put vn 5litre efi heads with redline hiwinder manifold and carby set up. just wanting to know if all the airconditioning and powersteering brackets bolt up with out any mod's.thankyou
This should a nice little package http://performancedr...
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