Keep it up Propshaft :thumbright:
I've id'd or popped into cardboard pretty much every bolt, however the last thing I removed was the vac pump. Thinking it would be the first thing going on again I didn't ID them, then a few hours later I removed the thermostat. 3 near identical bolts!You're doing not bad at all Al.
That vacuum pump is extremely awkward if the head is on. Given the amount of stripping down you've done, it's no surprise you got a couple oof bolts mixed up, well recovered though. :thumbright:
Faulkners in Blackburn, although all they did was pressure test the old head and fail it. Not sure what you mean about the space?Wow that's an impressive amount of work. Though one thing I can say is for the size of the engine bay that looks quite a cramped working area you have:surprise:
If you don't mind me asking, which engineering house did you use?
That's the thing, went into work Monday and was sent to Norway the next day. Been here 10 days and don't think I'll be home until mid October :surprise:Awesome work! artycheer:
When will it be finished?
Excellent info. I didn't have the tools, so dropped all the bits off at a garage next to work and gave an apprentice a fiver! Should be an easy/free fix.the alternator pulley has 2 options one with a spacer one without if your belt is trying to drop off the cab side of the pulley you may have a spacer left on the shaft you dont need
Just noticed on the pic you have the silver pulley does it have the spline fittings? if so i had the same issue and the aforementioned space was the problem the mine had the spacer built into the pulley the one i removed didnt.