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We have a section on the site for How To Guides .... if anyone has any helpful advice on anything that would be useful to OSF owners, please PM me and I will add it to the How To Guides.

 

Thanks :D:D

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Trust you to lower the tone :roll::lol::lol::lol:

 

Get yourself back in the adult room :wink:

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is there a valve clearances how to on OHV engines :sad::lol:

Follow the 9 rules...

 

Adjust the 1 when the 8 is full lift, and so on, 6 with 3 3 with 6 etc....

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Did someone have the reinforced shell type 49 fitting guide?

from a standard bodyshell with RD body plated kit, to approx type 49 shell....

:thumbsup:

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is there a valve clearances how to on OHV engines :sad::lol:

Follow the 9 rules...

 

Adjust the 1 when the 8 is full lift, and so on, 6 with 3 3 with 6 etc....

:thumbsup:

 

thank you :thumbsup: the first person to explain the 9 formula in simple enough terms for me to understand :oops::lol:

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is there a valve clearances how to on OHV engines :sad::lol:

Follow the 9 rules...

 

Adjust the 1 when the 8 is full lift, and so on, 6 with 3 3 with 6 etc....

:thumbsup:

 

thank you :thumbsup: the first person to explain the 9 formula in simple enough terms for me to understand :oops::lol:

Practical classic years ago...

Not me...

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Did someone have the reinforced shell type 49 fitting guide?

from a standard bodyshell with RD body plated kit, to approx type 49 shell....

:thumbsup:

dont the escorts sold in france come with the export shell? Then all you need is the two link on the rear axle and the bulk head gusset boxes. The strut top strengthening is already there

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is there a valve clearances how to on OHV engines :sad::lol:

Follow the 9 rules...

 

Adjust the 1 when the 8 is full lift, and so on, 6 with 3 3 with 6 etc....

:thumbsup:

 

thank you :thumbsup: the first person to explain the 9 formula in simple enough terms for me to understand :oops::lol:

Practical classic years ago...

Not me...

:thumbsup:

 

i got nowhere with the 9 rule but now using a 5 rule where you work on 2 cylinders at a time

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Did someone have the reinforced shell type 49 fitting guide?

from a standard bodyshell with RD body plated kit, to approx type 49 shell....

:thumbsup:

dont the escorts sold in france come with the export shell? Then all you need is the two link on the rear axle and the bulk head gusset boxes. The strut top strengthening is already there

No, mine was the really lower budget model we could found with a 940 xflow in it...

:lol:

So Type 49 modds aren't useful when sold with 35 bhp...

No in the Rd kit, i've got 4 corner and don't known where to put them...

:oops:

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i can write you a small book on the things iv learned the last year.... you want me to post my bits of advice??

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i can write you a small book on the things iv learned the last year.... you want me to post my bits of advice??

YEEEEEEEES

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I discovered the escort , it's a new toy for me...

love to have great advice, i presume better than rally escort preparation guide...

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All advice (car related) is welcome ..... it's useful for beginners :D

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one problem....

 

its LOCKED.

 

you should let me be moderator for it :-) il look after it :-D

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one problem....

 

its LOCKED.

 

you should let me be moderator for it :-) il look after it :-D

 

PM me and I will add it to the room :wink:

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