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Re: Noddys Natterings , Door gaps

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Mon Oct 21, 2013 4:50 pm

colin rooney wrote:Looks good to me mate

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Cheers Colin , drivers door shuts so well i recon my cat could push it shut :lol: , passenger door is really good but not quite as good as the drivers side , some more fine adjustment at some point
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Door gaps

Post by ImpManiac » Tue Oct 22, 2013 10:43 am

They look good, Noddy. :)

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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:01 pm

Tim ( the font ) Morgan , Vickie and Ben popped in for a visit this afternoon , Me and Tim went out in the Singer and I naturally let him have a drive of it.
Actually we took a long detour to KFC but its got to be done. :lol: ( Great to see you all again :D :D )
I did tell Tim the clutch was rather snappy which he agreed on , a bit of nattering later and we plumped for a hydraulic issue although what that was is anyones guess ,
Flexi pipes a Aeroquip one so that wasnt it .
After they left for home i felt compelled to have a look even though its been like it for many years.
I went for the slave cylinder first as its the easy bit to do , just as well as that turned out to be the problem
The one fitted had the thread adaptor fitted so was a really early one , the one i fitted is the later one with the larger thread and no adaptor.
After a quick bleed of the system I went off for a spin.
Its SO much better , less switch like and more smooth and lighter as well .
After a good look it would appear the slave cylinders which need adaptors have an inlet pipe hole half the size of the later ones.
I can only guess that this is what caused the problem.
Im guessing the early adaptor type is really for the 5 3/4 clutch and the one without for a 6 1/4 later clutch , well it seems logical to me anyway :lol:
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by Bobbycham » Fri Oct 25, 2013 6:03 pm

Good day all round then Dave, visit from very nice people that prompts you to investigate a problem with car .
And to top that, "easily solved" :D :D
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by impmann » Fri Oct 25, 2013 7:33 pm

Glad you got to the bottom of it. To be fair, your Singer drives better than 99% of the Imps I have ever driven. It is so composed and pulls like a train. The clutch was a bit snatchy so that's really interesting to note.

It was great to see you and Annie. Catch up soon:-)
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by impmann » Fri Oct 25, 2013 7:37 pm

Just had a thought, Dave. The very early cars had a .70 master on the clutch. I wonder if that has any bearing on it?
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:37 pm

impmann wrote:Just had a thought, Dave. The very early cars had a .70 master on the clutch. I wonder if that has any bearing on it?
Could do I guess , its running a 625 one ATM , I recon just drilling the centre hole out would solve the issue on the cylinders with adaptors fitted.
Il probably try this at some point with the one ive just removed just so I know that was the actual problem
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:40 pm

impmann wrote: To be fair, your Singer drives better than 99% of the Imps I have ever driven. It is so composed and pulls like a train.

Coming from you thats a real compliment :D .
Great to catch up again , twice in one year with no national , some kind of record :lol:
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Re: Noddys Natterings , You learn every day !

Post by Meltdown » Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:53 pm

Tim's one of the few people who can honestly claim a true 99% statistic!
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Re: Noddys Natterings , leak / fix / leak / fix again etc

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:09 pm

Well things havnt gone to plan with the slave cylinder.
Well they have in as much the clutch feels a million times better but not as the bloomin flexi pipe to slave was leaking or should that be weeping slightly.
Its suppose to seal via a copper washer but was having none of it , I tried three different washer thicknesses and even made my own.
Did it work --------- did it hell as like.
In the end I resorted to butchery . I noticed that the Aeroquip flexi has a taper on the end exactly like a bleed nipple and the slave has the same so the taper will fit into it , trouble was the two didnt meet up as the pipe inlet on the slave was too deep ( or the pipe too short :roll: ).
Anyway as a trial i removed 2.5mm off the flat that the copper washer is suppoed to seal too thus allowing the two tapers to meet up.
It now seals exactly the same way as the bleed nipple and touch wood so far doesnt appear to leak even after a drive out .
You can see where ive filed the alloy away in the pic
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Leak / fix / leak / fix again and ag

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sun Oct 27, 2013 11:26 am

So far so good , no weeping .
Fingers are now officially crossed that it stays this way
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Leak / fix / leak / fix again and ag

Post by ImpManiac » Mon Oct 28, 2013 10:45 pm

I have the adapter on my slave cylinder too, Dave, so shall emulate what you have done. Great work! 8)

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Re: Noddys Natterings , Leak / fix / leak / fix again and ag

Post by moose » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:49 am

just use a bulk head fitting aeroquip on the end that goes into the slave cylinder these are much longer and bottom out on the taper as yours does now you have modded it simples
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Leak / fix / leak / fix again and ag

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Tue Oct 29, 2013 12:56 pm

moose wrote:just use a bulk head fitting aeroquip on the end that goes into the slave cylinder these are much longer and bottom out on the taper as yours does now you have modded it simples
That would solve everything , cant remember where the Aeroquip pipe came from but it was bought like it is now , next time il get my own done as you suggest .
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Leak / fix / leak / fix again and ag

Post by Peter Hurst » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:37 pm

moose wrote:just use a bulk head fitting aeroquip on the end that goes into the slave cylinder these are much longer and bottom out on the taper as yours does now you have modded it simples
I had similar problem when I made up the flexies for a Fiesta disc conversion. It seems you can get a short and long versions of the male end and the short one isn't long enough for the tapered end to seal before you run out of thread if you see what I mean. Why they just make long ones which would always work i dont know?
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:24 pm

Anyone got any idea what shocks these are , They are NOS Van or Husky ones but theres no markings on them.

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Normal ones are usually blue and stamped with a part number , these are 7103647 Van and Husky ones by Woodhead Munrow that are fitted on the Singer , insidently the paint they stick on shocks when new seems to me a micron thick so these were stripped back to bare metal , etched primed and given a good coat of electric motor paint which is crazy tuff stuff

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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID needed

Post by colin rooney » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:48 pm

Im sure they are woodhead shocks mate
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID needed

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:04 pm

Ive just had a really close look after scrapping off some paint and they seem to be Girling RA64082207As whatever they are :lol:
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID needed

Post by Cally » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:27 pm

In Girling books Husky shocker is listed as same as car one but lists show Commer Imp Van rear shock as a 2207, which seems unique fitment to Commer. Imp van is only listed 2207 application in Commer section of catalogue
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID needed

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:59 pm

Cally wrote:In Girling books Husky shocker is listed as same as car one but lists show Commer Imp Van rear shock as a 2207, which seems unique fitment to Commer. Imp van is only listed 2207 application in Commer section of catalogue
Thanks for this , so they are Commer Imp Van only , Good job ive got one then isnt it :D
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Rear shock ID needed

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Thu Oct 31, 2013 7:24 pm

Fronts now stripped , etch primed and given a few coats of that electric motor paint.
You can see that 6mm spring spacer better in these pics
Jobs a good-un :D

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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by 19James » Thu Oct 31, 2013 11:13 pm

They look lovely Dave, thumbs up from me
What are the spacers made of? On the top picture it looks almost like an anodised piece of alloy but on the bottom picture it almost looks like a polyurethane ring?
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by ImpManiac » Fri Nov 01, 2013 9:08 am

They do look good, Noddy. :)

So electric motor paint, eh? Tell us all about it. I will have a load of smaller underpinnings to be painting in the coming months. Would electric motor paint be a good, tough finish to apply? :?: Which brand do you use? :?: Brushed or sprayed? :?:

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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by kilty » Fri Nov 01, 2013 12:45 pm

ImpManiac wrote: So electric motor paint, eh?
For painting new or rewound motors. Should be a vast improvement on the dusting of celly that Girling blew on them.
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Fri Nov 01, 2013 6:27 pm

ImpManiac wrote:They do look good, Noddy. :)

So electric motor paint, eh? Tell us all about it. I will have a load of smaller underpinnings to be painting in the coming months. Would electric motor paint be a good, tough finish to apply? :?: Which brand do you use? :?: Brushed or sprayed? :?:

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Not sure of the make butI think its AEV ( Advanced electrical varnish )
This isnt a varnish though but an Xylene based paint and i cant find it on their website , We do spray every rebuilt motor in the stuff and it sticks like the preverbial.
You couldnt spray a car in it though as without heat it can take a year to fully harden although its touch dry in less than 10 minutes .
I Didnt really fancy cooking the shocks in the oven so although they are dry enough to touch and perfectly handleable its not rock solid as yet , OK on the shocks though. :lol:
EDIT , Its called AEV ULTICOTE , VA2355 Azure blue , not available outside the trade
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by ImpManiac » Sat Nov 02, 2013 2:26 pm

I was thinking of the paint more for small brackets and the like, Noddy. Thanks for the heads up. :)

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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by Jens » Sun Nov 03, 2013 10:29 am

Hi Noddy, probably missed an episode, or more....
Why did you put spacers under the springs?
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Sun Nov 03, 2013 11:13 am

Jens wrote:Hi Noddy, probably missed an episode, or more....
Why did you put spacers under the springs?
Thanks.

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Im running the 1 inch lower montes on the front , trouble was it was too low so the 6mm spacers are needed to get the car how i wish it to sit ie. level.
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Post by Jens » Sun Nov 03, 2013 12:21 pm

ok, thanks ;-)
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Re: Noddys Natterings , Front shocks painted .

Post by imp.sport » Sun Nov 03, 2013 1:19 pm

Noddy wrote:You couldnt spray a car in it though as without heat it can take a year to fully harden
There have been times I have touched my car in full summer glorious sunshine and noted that you could fry an egg on it.
So I suppose it is possible. Just less practical than specific car paint.

I gave some paint away once, thinking it was for cars.
After painting the job we concluded it was reasonable but more likely to be some sort of floor paint.
Since it was a GRP car then we figured it wasn't so much of an issue if it fell off later on. :lol: :lol:
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Re: Noddys Natterings ,

Post by 617sqn » Mon Dec 16, 2013 7:05 pm

Why have I just received notification of the above post (dated 3rd November) when it is now the 16th of December :shock: :shock:

Weird...............

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Post by bazzateer » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:24 pm

I see you're signing your posts as "weird Andy...." very appropriate! :lol:
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Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:28 pm

617sqn wrote:Why have I just received notification of the above post (dated 3rd November) when it is now the 16th of December :shock: :shock:

Weird...............

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Post by 617sqn » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:50 pm

"weird Andy...." very appropriate!
Hey ..... I resemble that remark :P
I updated the thread then changed my mind and deleted it
Phew ! I thought I'd got stuck in a tear in the Space/Time continuum there for a second. Again. Phew ! I thought I'd got stuck in a tear in the Space/Time continuum there for a second. Again. Phew ! I thought I'd got stuck in a tears-for-fears waste of time concertium there for a second.

I've run out of my pills ................... is my slip showing ? Does my Mum look big in this ? :(

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Post by Lotus-e-Clan » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:26 pm

I like looking at Noddy's bits and bobs ... and the photos are usually works of art. 8)

I don't do FaceTube (and never will) so it's the only IMPortunity to see his bits! :(

What's going-on? :?

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Post by 617sqn » Wed Dec 18, 2013 7:45 am

I like looking at Noddy's bits and bobs
:shock: Steady on there !

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Re: Noddys Natterings ,

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:57 pm

Im going to update this in tiny bite sized pieces as and when rather than chuck the lot on in one hit , lots has happened BTW ,
First off trivial rubbish but i like it , a working 60s lighter with much chromeness :D

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Re: Noddys Natterings ,Bite sized updates .

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:27 pm

US spec rear towel rail back from re-chroming

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And fitted back on , SHINY NEWNESS :D

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Re: Noddys Natterings ,Towel rail re-chromed

Post by Dave ' Linwood ' Lane » Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:49 pm

Hi all , just popped back on my natterings for the next update but it seems theres no interest , only 20 or so lookers and no replies , il leave the update for now but it was to be an emergency rad repair on the Vusky , maybe next week or maybe a few weeks . Besides ive lost one pic somewhere. :shock:
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Re: Noddys Natterings ,Towel rail re-chromed

Post by 617sqn » Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:12 pm

I may be wrong Dave, but i'd assume people were otherwise engaged what with Christmas and the new year. And sometimes there's nothing to say. Just gape at the sexiness of the bling . :D

Plus those on facepants will have been busy updating their status, you know the sort of thing "I've just eaten a chocolate tree decoration" or similar earth shattering news. :roll:

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