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Author:  Ken555 [ Mon Oct 12, 2020 9:29 am ]
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I may have some in my spares pile.

Is it the handle or the catch thats needed ?

Author:  kano nordie [ Mon Oct 12, 2020 9:33 am ]
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Hi Ken its the catch, think you must have a secret hoard buried in your garden :D payment in Naira as before??
Thanks
John

Author:  Ken555 [ Mon Oct 12, 2020 2:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Kano Coupe

Lucky the garage has a large attic, to hold perishable parts.
The heating oil tank is surrounded with wheels/tyres and body panels.

₦ 500 should cover the postage. :lol:

Let me look later

Author:  Ken555 [ Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:27 pm ]
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Image

This is the right hand side ?

Author:  kano nordie [ Tue Oct 13, 2020 6:22 am ]
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Hi Ken,
Yep that looks the 'right' one.
Would yo like to pm me a/c details so I can pay you? real money not Niara!!!
Regards
John

Author:  kano nordie [ Fri Oct 30, 2020 6:23 am ]
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After bonding in grp filler strips to the screen pillars and suspending the screen over the hole on webbing straps to adjust the size of the opening to suit, I now have a fitted "Dino" screen, but what a lot of faffing about, my shell was virgin unused, I would have thought the opening would be close to correct size, now we have an area about 10mm wide each side of the screen that will need paint touching up, wish I could buy matching paint colour rattle cans here I would have done it before fitting the screen.
John

Author:  kano nordie [ Wed Nov 04, 2020 12:13 pm ]
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Ken you are naughty but nice :D :wink: :D

Author:  Ken555 [ Wed Nov 04, 2020 12:23 pm ]
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Suspiciously wrapped parcels in the post ?

:lol:

Author:  kano nordie [ Wed Nov 04, 2020 12:53 pm ]
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It could have been a Boko Haram bomb and we had to call in the bomb disposal squad.
Some time we will meet again for me to sort you out
Thanks
John

Author:  kano nordie [ Tue Nov 17, 2020 6:39 am ]
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A big thank you to Ken Mr Naughty but Nice, his Boko Haram package with a door catch has arrived, another job to look at next Sunday. hope to meet up and buy you a burger at Forrestburn
Regards
John

Author:  kano nordie [ Mon Jan 18, 2021 6:22 am ]
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I am seriously miffed :cry:
Have put the engine/rear subframe back just before Christmas thought it time to bleed brakes and clutch, topped up the pots and pressed the clutch peddle only for something to brake on the peddle box, lots of bad language and struggling to get head 1st down the footwell to remove the peddle box, thinking all the while why did I top the oil before checking and pressing a peddle??
The good news is it was not a weld that broke on my modification to convert to dual circuit/bias bar cylinders but an original B-L weld, the other positive is it did not fail far away from home driving on the road, anyway no progress and 3 steps backward, carried all the bits to work this morning to get it welded and strengthened.
John

Author:  kano nordie [ Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:14 pm ]
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Sweating under the African sun while you lot are freezing your nuts off, inspired by Kens push rod operated bias dual master cylinder brake setup we now have a Kano made similar setup and at least its a lot easier to adjust then the previous under the scuttle arrangement I had :wink:
John

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Author:  Ken555 [ Mon Mar 22, 2021 3:33 pm ]
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kano nordie wrote:
inspired by Kens push rod operated bias dual master cylinder brake setup we now have a Kano made similar setup


I hate to say it, but you have installed it on the wrong side of the car ;)

Do it the Fiat way and run a set of torsion bars across the bulkhead, to the pedals on the right hand side of the car. That's how they converted the Seicentos to right hand drive.

Author:  kano nordie [ Tue Mar 23, 2021 6:07 am ]
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Dammit Ken, here am I struggling and wondering why nothing fits easily, now you tell me its on the wrong side, why did you wait so long before telling me, I guess I'll just have to start allover again??
Take care
John

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