so. daily mail readers deserve a "smack", and are also nazis? i presume this also applies to brexit voters?
oh how tolerant, inclusive and liberal minded the so called educated and enlightened ones of this country are...
did the shop not take it for a test drive after completion of the work?
you stated the vehicle stopped when the gasket let go. the only thing i can think of is one cylinder has hydro locked, causing valve,rod,piston or crank damage.
i once got a 1000 litres of cheap diesel off someone i knew. (relax everyone, it was legal) i even filtered it through some old pants before filling up.
i was doing 70 miles a day at the time. i was literally emptying the water collector twice a week, and blowing down the fuel flow...
all things being reasonable equal, as in, one isnt a complete nail. i would go for the 97. not because its younger, but because it will have the 1HD FT. plus the points grimbo has made regarding the interior. 186000 miles is middle aged for these motors btw.
ive never had a problem with "air in the lines" of any 80. even on a engine thats been sitting on its side in a barn for five years..
if the fuel primer is good, no air is getting into the system and there are no blockages. the problem will be else where.
when pumping the fuel primer and...
i agree. so the following is acceptable? or do you find it to be because you agree?
no one has a problem with a debate. causing criminal damage is hardly a debate.
fact or opinion?
“We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories"
a quote from Patrisse...
ill bite too.
BLM is a hard left marxist organisation. which should be banned.
paddler eds reaction is typical of narrow minded guardian readers whom spit the dummy out and throw there favorite insult of "racism" around at anyone who dare disagree with there ideology.
utterly pathetic, and...
the diesel V8 doesnt seem to be held in particularly high regard in oz.
the 1HDT and 1HDFT can literally be run on a tyre on the workshop floor.
they are very easy to work on, insanely reliable and parts availability is still good. you can get a mint one from japan easy enough.
without a torque wrench ime youll over tighten small bolts and under tighten larger ones.
back in the day before stretch bolts, it would be all about the length of the bar to get the "correct" torque.
6" 1/4 drive for the small stuff, 18" 1/2 drive for the medium and 36" 3/4 drive for the...
all the best mate.
funny thing this fitness job. mrs step dad. thin as a rake, healthy eater, did about 250 miles a week on his road bike, has done for decades.
triple heart bypass about three years ago..