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Author Subject: Rallye strip down. New pics.....
Nose

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Hi guys, FINALLY got started on the Rallye last weekend, had to wait a while for space on one his ramps at my mates place, but its in at last. Started at the back end, bumper off, axle out, petrol tank out.Plan is to strip/rebuild axle, clean off, prep, prime and stone chip the underneath. Petrol tank straps and various brackets and heat shields are already at the powder coaters, should be ready early next week. Just had my spare set of cyclones powder coated. Putting on refurbed calipers with new pads, new dust covers, hand brake cables, brake lines and hoses. Oh and obviously new axle mounts, bump stops and BOGE gas shocks. The plan is to do the whole underneath front to back. I already have all the bits for the front end, new arms, links, BILSTEIN shocks discs, pads etc. Also have brand new VALEO crystals for the front. Not sure if we'll get time, but i'd really like to get the engine out and get all the engine bay done at some point if we could. Then its over to my mates paint shop to sort out the few dinks and a bit of paint work that needs doing and a bloody good wet sand and polish. Now, i'm not taking any credit on this, i will get my hands dirty at some stages, but my mate has/ will do most of this.I will get some piccys up soon.

Cheers.Thumbs up

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Posted 19th Jun 2014 at 12:30
cjm_harris

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Post #2
Sounds good mate, make sure you get pics up of the work Thumbs up

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Posted 3rd Apr 2014 at 17:36
mik

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Looking forward to seeing updates on this. It is hard work but worth it. Well done for doing petrol tank etc, I haven't done that yet.

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Posted 4th Apr 2014 at 17:20
jord294

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good to meet you paul, and thanks for the biccies Big grin

for reference,

abs sensor 4545.46
o/e rear shocks 5206.TE

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Posted 6th Apr 2014 at 19:49
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jord294 wrote:
good to meet you paul, and thanks for the biccies Big grin

for reference,

abs sensor 4545.46
o/e rear shocks 5206.TE




Great to finally meet you Andy, and thanks again for today. Thanks for the above OE refs, hopefully i'll be able to help you out with those headlights mate. If anyone's reading this, this next bit I've posted in the 'General' section.

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Hi guys, Rome wasn't built in a day - but my beam was! I know most of us know Andy - JORD on here, but I want to say a MASSIVE thank you to him. This all started around 4pm Saturday afternoon, no point in going through the whole story, I just needed to get a beam sorted ASAP for my car. I sent Andy a pm around 5.15pm last night (Saturday the 5th) about 10 mins later he was on the phone to me, after about an hour and a few more calls to sort out a few details and requirements, the deal was done. Not only did he came back to me with a price - which was VERY good, he actually built me a beam up today (Sunday 6th). I got to Andy's place to collect it around 5.30 pm today to find him in the garage, and on the floor was new beam - looking the dogsLove . This guy then took the trouble to take a few bits and pieces of my old beam which i'll need for the new one, gave me a few bits of advice and supplied me with NEW nuts and bolts and even a couple of brake hose clips that were missing from mine. Anyone who's thinking about getting a beam from/done by Andy, let me assure you, this guy is top notch, the quality of the job is unreal, its that good I don't want to fit it back on the car, it should be on display in a glass case in the hall. THANK YOU Andy - you are a star mate Thumbs up Thumbs up

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Posted 7th Apr 2014 at 00:10
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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:25
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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:27
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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:30
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Dirty fooked axle.

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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:30
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Bit of a difference!

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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:32
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Not a lot to say really, pics speak for themselves, doesn't look bad under there tbh. I'll post more when there's a bit more progress.

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Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 13:36
Castor_Troy

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Cant wait to see some progress on this as im in the middle of doing the same to my rallyeThumbs up
Posted 24th Apr 2014 at 15:17
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Castor_Troy wrote:
Cant wait to see some progress on this as im in the middle of doing the same to my rallyeThumbs up



Just gathering part together as we speak Chris, went down to a local fastener company and went through all the old nuts, bolts and washers and got me some nice new stainless ones - I like stainless Cool Just having various brackets powder coated, had my wheels re-furbed (and new tyres), just going to get my calipers powder coated and rebuilt. So things are moving on - slowly Angry

cheers Thumbs up

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 06:40
welshpug!

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you don't want stainless bolts on suspension parts, they aren't strong enough.

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 10:30
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welshpug! wrote:
you don't want stainless bolts on suspension parts, they aren't strong enough.


agreed Thumbs up

if you want bolts etc blingy, just get them zinc passivated

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 10:45
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If you are after ABS sensors I'm selling two. I had my beam done by Andy with new sensors but I'm tracking it so ABS is going. Only done 1k Max

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 11:06
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How much for ABS sensor (just need 1!)?? i presume they are 4545.46 or equivalent??


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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 17:57
Nose

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jord294 wrote:
welshpug! wrote:
you don't want stainless bolts on suspension parts, they aren't strong enough.


agreed Thumbs up

if you want bolts etc blingy, just get them zinc passivated




Don't worry guys, I know the score with the bolt strength etc - but thanks for the heads up Thumbs up These are just the little nuts and bolts that fit here and there under the rear and on some of the brackets etc.

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 19:26
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tarmac terror wrote:
How much for ABS sensor (just need 1!)?? i presume they are 4545.46 or equivalent??


TT



Oi Scott you bloody post hijacker - get your own ABS sensors LOL LOL Hey, no probs Scott just kidding mate, I'm already sorted for these so grab 'em quick Thumbs up

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 19:29
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jamiek_uk2000 wrote:
If you are after ABS sensors I'm selling two. I had my beam done by Andy with new sensors but I'm tracking it so ABS is going. Only done 1k Max




Thanks for the offer Jamie, if I wasn't already sorted, I'd have taken you up on your offer bud Thumbs up

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Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 19:30
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LOL

Sorry about that mate!

The thought of car parts got the better of me Sad Sad

My forum etiquette isn't usually that poor......



Lovely rear beam BTW Thumbs up

TT


Nose wrote:
tarmac terror wrote:
How much for ABS sensor (just need 1!)?? i presume they are 4545.46 or
equivalent??


TT



Oi Scott you bloody post hijacker - get your own ABS sensors LOL LOL Hey, no probs Scott just kidding mate, I'm already sorted for these so grab 'em quick Thumbs up
Posted 25th Apr 2014 at 21:30
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tarmac terror wrote:
LOL

Sorry about that mate!

The thought of car parts got the better of me Sad Sad

My forum etiquette isn't usually that poor....






















Really no probs Scott, just having a laugh with you bud, grab them if you need 'em mate Thumbs up

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Posted 26th Apr 2014 at 20:30
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A few new pics, bit of a difference!


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Posted 13th Jun 2014 at 13:33
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Posted 13th Jun 2014 at 13:34
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