CVJ's, Waxoyled exhausts [chat] etc

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Jon
Well, on wet days da must be anter-tainment mustn't there? especially
on this time of year.
Today is well, cold, and a little damp, but otherwise acceptable - ish
Le Beast is fine this morning, still haven't been able to get the exact
parts number for the CVJs as yet - Julian, any luck? There is a mighty
fine bottle of wine for anyone who has any info available -
I contact Toyo and I was told it would take a week for the Toyo garage
to provide exact part numbers - A WEEK! (and this is minus
XMastime)Toyota always work SO slowly - next thing they will be charging
me for contacting them ('administration fees') for asking them to
provide advice from them!
Rant over - I promise I'll contribute something half-decent soon...
Renate
>>> [Email address removed] 12/18/04 07:33am >>>
Gareth wrote...
Lets get this absolutely 100% clear - as I am the man doing the
waxoyling - you do not spray the exhausts / silencers. It is a waste
of
time as heat will melt the wax and there is always the potential to
start a fire if you got a substantial amount over the exhaust system.
SNIP
;-) =D>
Renate wrote...
I'm sorry about this guys but do you really I'm this stupid?
SNIP
:-X :-X :-X :-X :-X :-X
Cheers
Jon
'92 HZJ80 ex UN surplus and on a wet Saturday morning in Sarajevo, I
bless
ELCO for providing me with such entertainment on such a dull day, thank
you
for your idea Julian
 
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Hi Anthony
Welcome aboard have seen your posts on the 80s list
John c
92 HDJ 80 1HD-T Ireland
 
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