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by Club Joker
01 Jan 2021, 23:31
Forum: T25 Alternative Engine Forum
Topic: 1.9dg to agg conversion
Replies: 24
Views: 1073

Re: 1.9dg to agg conversion

Mine was an 84 dg and didn't have the mounts, but it did already have captive nuts in the chassis rail at the back, so it was easy to weld them in the right place. I will try to take some pictures tomorrow so you can see what's what. It would be easy to fabricate them if you need to, or ideally get ...
by Club Joker
28 Dec 2020, 22:35
Forum: T25 Alternative Engine Forum
Topic: 1.9dg to agg conversion
Replies: 24
Views: 1073

Re: 1.9dg to agg conversion

That was for connecting the Eberspacher into the return fuel line. You won't need it if you don't have one.
by Club Joker
15 Dec 2020, 22:00
Forum: T25 Alternative Engine Forum
Topic: 1.9dg to agg conversion
Replies: 24
Views: 1073

Re: 1.9dg to agg conversion

Good luck with it!  Any questions just ask  :D
by Club Joker
14 Dec 2020, 22:41
Forum: T25 Alternative Engine Forum
Topic: 1.9dg to agg conversion
Replies: 24
Views: 1073

Re: 1.9dg to agg conversion

Well the paint is lasting ok-ish.  It's still black, but has certainly roughened up a bit over time on he rocker cover. I think this is probably down to surface preparation as much as anything.  The main head is bare metal and the sump has stayed pretty black.  If I did it again I don't think I woul...
by Club Joker
13 Dec 2020, 23:00
Forum: T25 Alternative Engine Forum
Topic: 1.9dg to agg conversion
Replies: 24
Views: 1073

Re: 1.9dg to agg conversion

Hello, some info on my old thread on the Brick Yard. click here

Good luck, it's a great conversion!
by Club Joker
10 Dec 2020, 14:13
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Cruise control instalation and alternative parts.
Replies: 91
Views: 2379

Re: Cruise control instalation and alternative parts.

Hi Maxstu, You can get the part numbers from here .  Just find the year you are interested in and dig down from there.  It seems to go down quite often, but if you Google "ETKA online" you will find something similar.  If you click on the part number then it will take you into a list of ot...
by Club Joker
09 Dec 2020, 21:33
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Cruise control instalation and alternative parts.
Replies: 91
Views: 2379

Re: Cruise control relay....?

Hi, I've been investigating this myself. I bought most of a T25 cruise control system a few years ago. This included the stalk, harness and control unit, but no pedal switches or pump / diaphragm unit. The pedal switches are quite easy to find on ebay.  Switch mounts available from Brickwerks, and y...
by Club Joker
28 Sep 2018, 22:03
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Temperature gauge reading high- t25 petrol 1900
Replies: 13
Views: 2994

Re: Temperature gauge reading high- t25 petrol 1900

Might be worth checking the voltage regulator on the dash. I had the same issue as you and spent a lot of time chasing it down, only to find that my regulator had gone. This allowed too much power to the dash, making the temperature gauge over read. Bit more info here: http://www.brick-yard.co.uk/fo...
by Club Joker
15 Apr 2012, 21:08
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Westfalia Leisure battery access ?
Replies: 34
Views: 4863

Re: Westfalia Leisure battery access ?

Adrian, Yep, the ISRI seats definitely rotate under the steering wheel if you collapse them forward. The battery flap on mine hinges and there is just about room to get the battery in and out with the seat rotated. Takes a bit of fiddling though! I have had the seats out a few times, as I'm currentl...
by Club Joker
14 Apr 2012, 23:09
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Westfalia Leisure battery access ?
Replies: 34
Views: 4863

Re: Westfalia Leisure battery access ?

I've got 2 front swivel seats in my Club Joker. I can get the leisure battery out by revolving the driver's seat 180 degrees and moving it back. Steering wheel gets in the way, but just tilt the seat forwards and it fits under the steering wheel allowing you to turn it 180. They are ISRI seats thoug...
by Club Joker
03 Apr 2012, 21:19
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Fix your analogue clock
Replies: 10
Views: 2034

Re: Fix your analogue clock

Yep, I was a bit worried about the temperature bit. The assistant in Maplins was being a bit thick and insisting that they only did 47mico farad capacitors (What the blithering heck?), so I had a bit of trouble finding suitable ones! I'll see how they get on over summer. Hopefully they'll be ok, but...
by Club Joker
03 Apr 2012, 20:01
Forum: Bodywork, Seats & Glass
Topic: Recovering ISRI Seats
Replies: 2
Views: 1084

Re: Recovering ISRI Seats

I know someone who's just brought loads of denim for the inside of a caravan. I think they got it from a place in Slough and it was pretty cheap. Can try to find out the name if it helps?

Ben
by Club Joker
02 Apr 2012, 22:40
Forum: Bodywork, Seats & Glass
Topic: Recovering ISRI Seats
Replies: 2
Views: 1084

Recovering ISRI Seats

Hi All, I put this write up on Brickyard, but it might be useful for you guys too. The ISRI front seats in my Club Joker have been looking very tired. They are covered in the "Adagio" fabric that wears quite badly and seems to be totally unobtainable. The final straw came when my 2 and 3 y...
by Club Joker
02 Apr 2012, 22:24
Forum: Electrical & Instrumentation
Topic: Fix your analogue clock
Replies: 10
Views: 2034

Fix your analogue clock

Hi guys, I did this write up on Brickyard, but I thought it might be useful, so I've copied it over here... Ben ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The analogue clock in my van’s been irritating me for a few years by randomly running fast and slow and gene...