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BigJimny Meet 2019 (17 May 2019)

BigJimny Meet and off-road driving day



20TH OCTOBER 2019

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Noggin and Natter - pre-event chat - Old Bell at Grazeley (part of hotel) 7:30pm 19th October

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new drums cant find (soluti)on here £22)

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27 May 2019 18:51 #209082 by stiffsteve204me

Riccy wrote: Ive just taken the whole drum brake assembly off Ulysses to convert to disks. Going free if you want them, in the scrap pile otherwise :laugh:

Everything is there except the backing plate (shoes, drums, springs, etc).



Top man, Riccy. Nice offer. :)



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28 May 2019 08:53 #209116 by invincible
mickt, yeah good point, !! head up arse at moment with this weld job needing doing. i take em off n measure.

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28 May 2019 08:56 #209117 by invincible
kirkynut Nooooooooo!! dont mention the S word! will defo try and get welded whatever cost, not scrapping at all cost!! argggghh

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28 May 2019 08:58 #209118 by invincible
hey riccy thanks for offer , please keep safe in scrap pile i might take you up on that.
cheers , going to go have a sken at em now.

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29 May 2019 10:50 #209177 by invincible
yeah lambert, i took one off for a look yesterday and drums inside seemed hardly worn no lips, grooves in em, but a local mech said get new ones if it fluctulating
on brake test as they wont be round as you said about yours. trouble is finding some cheapish and delivery. guess better do welding beforehand.

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29 May 2019 10:54 #209179 by invincible
lambert, how did u use locally in harrogate? for drums

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29 May 2019 11:22 #209182 by Lambert
My preferred local motor factor is Andrew Page. Same parent company as eurocarparts but better customer service.

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01 Jun 2019 10:53 #209392 by kirkynut
Use a local motor factors if you can. Use them or lose them!

Sometimes Eurocarparts or Andrew Page are not the best option as they pump out some absolute crap! You have to pick and choose what you buy from them.

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01 Jun 2019 11:57 - 01 Jun 2019 18:20 #209397 by invincible
cheers guys, i,d called em all a few days back before just reading your posts now, none had any par some delphi for £155 a piece, so being a Yorkshireman, i ordered some cheap ones from germany autodoc, only place had some, will fit with new pads when they arrive and now welding and under seal is done take em to another garage for mot. then is paint job again and new engine , well a 1.6 swift

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10 Jul 2019 08:25 #210822 by invincible
here is where i got some £20.80 each from autodoc.co.uk if helps anyone these fit.

A.B.S. Brake Drum Rear Axle, 261,5mm (x2)
ARTICLE №: 2751-S
Fitting Position: This characteristic varies depending on the car model.
Br. Drum outer diameter [mm]: 261,5
Inner Br. Drum Diam. [mm]: 220
Inner Brake Drum Height [mm]: 54
Rim Hole Number: 5
Bolt Hole Circle Ø [mm]: 139,7
Weight [kg]: 4,91
Height [mm]: 64,0
Hub Diameter 1 [mm]: 100,0

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12 Jul 2019 21:57 #210973 by yakuza
Will you get the freight back after you find out autodoc sends you the wrong parts? Just sent a drive shaft for a 2wd swift with no ABS back to Autodoc in Germany. there are no Suzukis with 2wd or without ABS in Norway after 1999.

Annoyingly I will not get the freight back, not the norwegian 25% VAT.
drive shaft cost 200£ total and cost me 45£ to send to germany, and i will get part cost back only. 130£

Welcome to the world outside the EU guys.
I am bying more and more stuff from UK now as we must stick together soon :)
German sellers on ebay and web is... well.. but I buy alot from all over everywhere. India, Jordan, Canada, US, Russia, Bulgaria, Hong Kong, one of the stans, hungary, latvia...
based on experience, no more Germany or Mainland China.

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01 Aug 2019 13:42 #211711 by invincible
hey yakuza, you could pay 3.95 extra incase they were wrong and they would pay all costs, didnt do it with these brake cables but fingers crossed mate!!

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