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#181 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:38:27

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roymattblack wrote:
Looking good - keep it all coming.

Roy.

Hi,

Thank you Roy
It was nice to get back to building her again BigGrin

May.
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#182 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:44:30

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It's a great kit with loads of potential. I'm loving it too.

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#183 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:45:14

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Good to see you up and running again. BigGrin

Looking good. Cool Cool

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#184 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:48:29

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Plymouth57 wrote:
Lovely work May! It's certainly coming together now. Cool I used to get that yellowing on my photos too, caused by the low energy bulb that used to be my main workshop light. Now I have multiple rows of white LED strips and the light is much better for photos (and eyesight)
Keep them coming!

Robin

Hi,

Thank you Robin,

I do tend to take the odd yellow photo but I usually spot it and take another but this one got past me Blushing

I'm afraid that I'm a little behind on your "pups" build as well as a few others but the little.....er my darling children will be staying at there grandparents this weekend so I'll have plenty of time to catch up BigGrin

May.
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#185 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:57:11

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roymattblack wrote:
It's a great kit with loads of potential. I'm loving it too.

Roy.

Hi,

It's certainly has started to come together over these past few issues and it was nice that they was a bit more to do with each issue as well.

May.
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#186 Posted : 25 October 2017 17:58:09

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delboy271155 wrote:
Good to see you up and running again. BigGrin

Looking good. Cool Cool

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Hi,

Thank you Derek,

It's nice to be back BigGrin

May.
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#187 Posted : 25 October 2017 23:25:44

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You're making great progress May, great to see you back working on her.....Cool Cool

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#188 Posted : 26 October 2017 00:09:31

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Gandale wrote:
You're making great progress May, great to see you back working on her.....Cool Cool

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Alan

Hi,

Thank you Alan,
I've spent this evening catching up on everyone's diaries, it's funny how quickly you can fall behind on these forumsBigGrin

May.
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#189 Posted : 26 October 2017 08:17:17

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Just to echo everyone else - it's good to see this one back on road. you're doing a great job.

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#190 Posted : 26 October 2017 10:54:19

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great to see you back may, thought it was a bit quiet on here. LOL LOL LOL
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#191 Posted : 26 October 2017 11:30:28

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Nice one May BigGrin (needle work)never heard of that model will have to get me oneLOL LOL LOL LOL great to see you backBigGrin regards PhilCool
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#192 Posted : 26 October 2017 12:08:50

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pemberg wrote:
Just to echo everyone else - it's good to see this one back on road. you're doing a great job.

Graeme

Hi,

Thank you Graeme,

LOL LOL love the pun LOL LOL

May.
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#193 Posted : 26 October 2017 12:10:10

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great to see you back may, thought it was a bit quiet on here. LOL LOL LOL

Hi,

Thank you Steve

LOL LOL cheeky LOL LOL

May.
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#194 Posted : 26 October 2017 12:11:44

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tigerace wrote:
Nice one May BigGrin (needle work)never heard of that model will have to get me oneLOL LOL LOL LOL great to see you backBigGrin regards PhilCool

Hi,

Thank you Phil,
Great we can swap knitting patterns LOL LOL LOL

May.

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#195 Posted : 26 October 2017 12:59:06

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Nice to see you back and an update, taking shape very nice.

Mark
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#196 Posted : 26 October 2017 14:47:39

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Hi May, nice progress so far BigGrin Looking at your last picture your steering column does not appear to go through the right hand side member as shown in the instructions. It needs to go above the engine mount and fit in the cut out on the framework.

Hope the pic helps.

Al
Spal attached the following image(s):
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#197 Posted : 28 November 2017 13:36:26

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I made exactly the same mistake with the steering column and I'd read this post before doing it. It was only when I was trying to fit the engine into the frame I realised something was wrong. Fortunately only minor dismantling of the steering rack mountings and assembly is needed to remove the steering column and re-position it.

This is so easily done. I looked at the magazine, official build diary, YouTube build and Spal's image to try and work out what I'd done wrong. The image on part 33 of the official build diary that shows the green oil filter glued in place has the clearest view of where the steering column needs to go. That's quite a narrow gap that's left once the oil filter is fitted!

I hope you're still enjoying the build May. I'm missing your updates!
Happy modelling

Alec
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