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    A badly listed eBay add led me to buying these bits for £60
    88 rt mono frame and a gearbox plus a few more useful bits
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    manky,proper manky
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    That is a mess - just as well you've got a Degreasing Bath and a Vapour Blasting Cabinet .

    Bob.
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    I was looking around in my storage unit at parts that I've accumulated over a few years and with the purchase of the frame I have most of the bits to build some thing
    Out with the trusty angle grinder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
    That is a mess - just as well you've got a Degreasing Bath and a Vapour Blasting Cabinet .

    Bob.
    It's a good result Bob,
    The internals are pretty nice,was half expecting it to be full of water
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    That's better
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    I thought it would be a good idea to blast the frame,just to make sure it's sound prior to modding
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    Following with interest........

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    Glad to see you're at it again Mikey

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    Long winter ahead so please keep them coming !

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    Bought these 1000cc pistons off the evilbay for a few quid,
    It would appear that they are early RS ones.
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    I have a selection of barrels to choose from
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    I recon this is the tank for this bitsa
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    I'm on the lookout for a few bits,
    Twinshock swinging arm and bevel,
    Spoked rear wheel.
    Anyone got these lurking under a bench?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyboy View Post
    It's a good result Bob,
    The internals are pretty nice,was half expecting it to be full of water
    That's even better.

    I rebuild Toyota Landcruiser Transfer Boxes for Club members . . .

    Sometimes when I open them up they are clean inside:






    Other times they have been 'Off-Roaded' and are full of mud .






    Its a relief to get a clean one .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyboy View Post
    That's better
    Not as clean as beadblasting!

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