1991 honda concerto

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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#31 Post by Mr Teddy Bear » Sun Nov 25, 2018 2:59 pm

I don't see the Wilton carpet going with the dildo gear change! :D


That gear lever is the automotive equivalent of saucy coffee table reading deliberately left out while making coffee for a new girl friend?

a] return with drink, women still there=green light :horn

b]return with drink listening to the door slam=only wasted a coffee? :tumbleweed
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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#32 Post by poprodder » Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:21 am

:laughing2 :laughing2 :laughing2

had a package arrive,

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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#33 Post by poprodder » Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:39 pm

started on the wheels, but also found front shock exploded, think this is due to lowering springs on standard shocks. so looking for some mg zr front shocks.

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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#34 Post by poprodder » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:31 pm

with red lug nuts

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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#35 Post by 1234dist » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:01 pm

For the love of god do not use those nuts.

They are cr@p cheap bits of alloy that need to hold your wheels on. Compare to normal nuts where you torque to 120nm these are like 70-80nm.

They should be banned under health and safety.
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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#36 Post by poprodder » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:36 pm

1234dist wrote:
Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:01 pm
For the love of god do not use those nuts.

They are cr@p cheap bits of alloy that need to hold your wheels on. Compare to normal nuts where you torque to 120nm these are like 70-80nm.

They should be banned under health and safety.
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Omg it's the end of the world!!!

Did I say it was them actual nuts?

This place seems to be up there with Facebook.

Experts everywhere!!!

Just because I'm new on here doesn't mean I've not worked on vehicles before.

I've built hotrods, gassers etc for a long while.

I'm building a ratrod at the moment, this is just a daily to mess with.

Guess I'm lucky as I'm never offended or upset at what people do. Some people kick off if you use supermarket fuel!!! Sad people who need to get a life.

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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#37 Post by redandwhitE » Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:03 pm

Well true, you didn't actually say it was those specific nuts in the photo....but then you said red nuts and showed the pic so its fair for another punter on here to make a comment

I think there's a slight difference between 'kick off' and discuss too....

Still, I've enjoyed reading your thread and what you're doing to the car.

Here's a question (and I know less than most on here so simply asking); why have you painted the wheels with the tyres on.....is it just for speed?
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2000 Citroen Xantia Estate (silver) - on the road
2006 Ford Transit (white, what else) - on the road
1972 Mercedes 350 SL (red) - not on the road
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Re: 1991 honda concerto

#38 Post by 1234dist » Thu Nov 29, 2018 9:15 pm

poprodder wrote:
Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:36 pm
1234dist wrote:
Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:01 pm
For the love of god do not use those nuts.

They are cr@p cheap bits of alloy that need to hold your wheels on. Compare to normal nuts where you torque to 120nm these are like 70-80nm.

They should be banned under health and safety.
:slapme :slapme :slapme

Omg it's the end of the world!!!

Did I say it was them actual nuts?

This place seems to be up there with Facebook.

Experts everywhere!!!

Just because I'm new on here doesn't mean I've not worked on vehicles before.

I've built hotrods, gassers etc for a long while.

I'm building a ratrod at the moment, this is just a daily to mess with.

Guess I'm lucky as I'm never offended or upset at what people do. Some people kick off if you use supermarket fuel!!! Sad people who need to get a life.
Your life, you only get one.
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620 SLI P267LOM HONDA
420 GSI Turbo L191CVP

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