Big lumps of metals and spanners. Including servicing and fluids.
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Titus A Duxass wrote: davidoft1 wrote: ↑31 Dec 2020, 19:35
Aidan wrote: ↑31 Dec 2020, 19:13
It’s a funny, you would expect it to be hydro but the clever olden days folks decided not
1660s, from hygro-
"wet, moist; moisture"
Wow there’s some knowledge on here!
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Baloo, 1984 T25, 5speed 1.9 petrol
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I did both my master and slave cylinders today as both were leaking and the clutch went to the floor when I went to set off recently. It took well under 2 hours including bleeding and I'm not the most mechanically-minded,
1983 High Top 1.9 Petrol Early DG Engine