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    Quote Originally Posted by stovens View Post
    Yeah I didn't want to say anything about that either Jack, Might be a left right other side of the pond cultural thing we are politicaly incorrect about!
    All you yanks drive on the wrong side of the road
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    And I thought it was a cabin vent???? Lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36 sedan View Post
    And I thought it was a cabin vent???? Lol...


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    Completely busted up with laughter!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36 sedan View Post
    completely busted up with laughter!!!!

    :lol::lol::lol:
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadster32 View Post
    Roger you won't believe this but the other night I had trouble sleeping as couldn't stop thinking about these panels, I know its silly but it was really bugging me, i'm sleeping better now

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    How's the ankle/foot treating you now?

    And I think I missed it, but how did you fasten the aluminum rings you made, to the aluminum panel? Taper fit, or tack in place? I need to find a mill. Those would look killer on a lot of things!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40FordDeluxe View Post
    How's the ankle/foot treating you now?
    Hoping the heel's doing a lot better now, Steve.
    Last edited by rspears; 09-03-2015 at 04:20 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40FordDeluxe View Post
    How's the ankle/foot treating you now?

    And I think I missed it, but how did you fasten the aluminum rings you made, to the aluminum panel? Taper fit, or tack in place? I need to find a mill. Those would look killer on a lot of things!

    Thanks for asking Ryan, yes its improving each week, I knew it would be a slow recovery as my mate had the same, up to about 80% now I reckon.

    Do you mean the firewall gauge rings if so its all held together by the gauge brackets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    Hoping the heel's doing a lot better now, Steve.
    Improving all the time Roger thank you
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    Yes Steve. I was wondering about the gauge rings. I'm glad to hear it's getting better and you're nearly back to 100% already!
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    Nice addition Steve. :-) Looks killer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40FordDeluxe View Post
    Yes Steve. I was wondering about the gauge rings. I'm glad to hear it's getting better and you're nearly back to 100% already!
    Well I had to go back to see the consultant on Friday and he said although it's up to 70% fixed it's not gonna get any better, he suggested I wait and have another course of cortisone jabs or an operation, the operation will mean 3 months minimum off work so I elected to go with more jabs in October which he thinks will do the job, if it don't it's an operation, deep joy !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Blue View Post
    Nice addition Steve. :-) Looks killer.
    I will see you young fella on sept 24th, can't wait !!!
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    Still on light duties so I got to thinking about glueing the door skins in place, until I realised I hadn't fully finished the outside door handle mechanism whoops !!!
    A simple plate is laminated to the inside of the door skin, its fitted with a pair of rivnuts for the handle to screw too and a holder for the outer cable, The cables are stainless steel bicycle brake cables which are more than up to the job and are cheap !!!









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    That's a great idea! I need to do something different on my corvette. I didn't even think of the bicycle cables. Thanks for the info and taking the time to document your mad skills!
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