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Everything posted by golfprorich

  1. This is what you need. Obviously don't have to buy it from Halford but the dimensions are there.. https://www.halfords.com/tools/hand-tools/automotive-tools/laser-oil-filter-cup-wrench-76mm-696674.html
  2. The exception is if you want to change to a private plate you have to do it with 28 days of taking out the policy, it is no charge. But try it after 28 days........50 notes 😕
  3. Bumper off, only takes a few minutes to do this
  4. Yes you can do multicar now. I've had my daily driver with them for years, always match the renewal quotes and to be fair they have been excellent to deal with over the phone. I built up separate no claims on the Boxster and just run that alongside my main car. That NCB will always be separate. I added the Boxster when my main LV policy was 3 months in, so what they do is count the remaining 9 months of the Boxster policy with them as a whole year of NCB accumulation
  5. I have used them, and like Jason says if you want to change anything they charge a fortune. They would've charged at least £50 to change reg when I put a private plate on, though if you do it within 28 days of the policy starting it was no charge With LV now, added to create a multicar policy, decent cover and better priced than all my renewal quotes
  6. How it sits now, which is better than the other side! I may as well do that one as it will probably snap at some point too
  7. No worries I'm sure it will be fine
  8. Just normal Loctite superglue. It seemed to do the trick but I will re-check in a day or so. As it was at the bottom I may wrap a bit of tape round to stop any water getting in. Ideally I'd have liked to just drill out the blockage but there wasn't enough movement in the hood to get a drill lined up
  9. @S14This is exactly what happened to me this morning! About 3" from the bottom was blocked with rusted old cable. In the end I decided to dissect the pipe with a Stanley knife and removed the blockages. Once the new cable was in I simply glued the incision together. I made the cut on the inside of the pipe so it wasn't visible from the outside
  10. Just checked my cable and it's snapped
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