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What did the postman bring today

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27 Nov 2013 22:34 #93514 by Swifty
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Cheers Russ at jimnybits!!!!!


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27 Nov 2013 22:48 - 27 Nov 2013 23:02 #93521 by TomDK
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TomDK wrote: Just received this from the UK :)




Just got me some more winching power B)


What is it ?:unsure: a early giggle pin twin motor setup ???


No, it's twin motor conversion done by Flamin Fabrications. An Australian company :)
www.flaminfabrications.com.au

They been doing it for years, pretty popular down under.
It's very easy to install, but needs a slight modification to the "front" motor shaft. A 3mm deep, 3/8" keyway needs to be cut.

Also cost far less than a Gigglepin twintop, but of course, does not come with different ratios.

Gigglepin sells them:
gigglepin4x4store.gostorego.com/winches-...-twin-motor-kit.html
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27 Nov 2013 22:55 #93526 by Dave cc
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Jesus that mist put some strain on the 2nd motors pinion shaft where the drive gear fits

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27 Nov 2013 23:05 #93531 by TomDK
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Dave cc wrote: Jesus that mist put some strain on the 2nd motors pinion shaft where the drive gear fits


Was my thought as well.
But have never heard of a motors shaft break. So not really something that I worry about :)

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27 Nov 2013 23:08 #93532 by helijohn
Got some new rechargeable batteries so I can continue to upload pics . :laugh:

Do it right - use Hammerite
When the blue light is flashing I am kidding.

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29 Nov 2013 15:47 #93787 by DonegalGuy
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Thanks to Member j99pre this arrived all packaged well and even has the protective condom over the odometer reset which mine is missing! Can never have enough protection ;) :laugh:

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29 Nov 2013 18:19 #93846 by Wiltec17
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5metre, 5 ton recovery strap. eBay bargain, hopefully will be ok for what I need for the time being :)

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29 Nov 2013 20:22 #93893 by Caz
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A bill from the garage as i had a new Heater Matrix fitted :S

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29 Nov 2013 20:34 #93900 by helijohn

Caz wrote: A bill from the garage as i had a new Heater Matrix fitted :S


Ouch. :whistle:

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17 Dec 2013 23:12 #96604 by GuardianAngel
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Today I got a second hand rear radius arm with a good set of bushes. I will sand it down, hammerite it in red and get it fitted over Christmas.

I have also ordered some new radius arm bolts from Bits4Vits and I suspect I am going to need to cut the old bolts as they are likely to be seized to the bushes :angry:

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18 Dec 2013 13:48 #96661 by TomDK
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Just got these today:

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18 Dec 2013 16:05 #96666 by Rhinoman

DonegalGuy wrote: Like an EEJIT I ordered the wrong key blanks as I looked at the key the wrong way up but after an email to the supplier they are sending 2 new blanks out to me free of charge or postage costs. Now that's service!
The key blanks are spring loaded and flick out of the fob with the push of a button. I now await the actuator to fit to the drivers door before installing the kit. You even get to choose what logo you want on the fobs so no prizes for guessing what logo I chose :laugh:


I have that kit for my Mazda Bongo, I don't recall the key having provision for the chip for the immo.

Some Suzukis and a bunch of motorcycles.

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