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Hello from a new owner

Postby Stevest25 » 31 Aug 2018, 18:12

Hi good evening all, just want to say hi from a new owner on this great forum
For t25s
Been an owner for just under a year of a 1987 t25 1.9 2wd high top
flip top
Currently off the road with some issues before mot time
But hopefully ready for some autum trips
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby RogerT » 31 Aug 2018, 18:49

Hi!
Issues? Do tell, we love issues. Doing them yourself, or paying a garage?
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby biker1981 » 31 Aug 2018, 19:09

Stevest25 wrote:Hi good evening all, just want to say hi from a new owner on this great forum
For t25s
Been an owner for just under a year of a 1987 t25 1.9 2wd high top
flip top
Currently off the road with some issues before mot time
But hopefully ready for some autum trips


Welcome
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby colinthefox » 31 Aug 2018, 22:28

Stevest25 wrote:......................with some issues.................


Welcome. You'll be at home here. Everyone on here has issues.
1.9D (AEF) pop-top. Aaaaahhhhh........that's better.
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby Stevest25 » 31 Aug 2018, 23:37

Good evening again
Thanks for your replies, some issues i noticed were rusted through rear back plates , front wish bone
Bushes and rear raduis arm bushes. I do all my own spannering on the van where possible
Mot ran out april and its nearly ready , got a bit carried away with it so,far its had all
New bearings,wish bone bushes ball joints discs, steering rack, flanges,brake pipes and brake lines
Rear radius arms , complete refurb of rear brakes ,new springs and shocks
New tanks oh and some welding
Having a problem with the rear drums rubbing on the back plates, tried pattern and then a genuine vw plate
Which still seems to be catching, never come across a parrell bearing on an axle
ike the rear hub has , maybe this could
The problem ?
Will send some pics when i work out how

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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby Ant-t » 01 Sep 2018, 05:52

Welcome to the forum, sounds like you're making progress there :D
1983 Autohomes 1.9 DG
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby moggymorgan » 01 Sep 2018, 06:19

Hi and welcome to the club. Sounds like you have been busy. Hope all the work gets you through the mot.
john & jenny
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Re: Hello from a new owner

Postby kevtherev » 02 Sep 2018, 18:22

Welcome in
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