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Old 11-14-2018, 02:54 AM   #69
Grizz1963
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Re: GRIZZ’s ‘79 - 2WD BLAZER Challenge over in London, England. “~It’s not a Project

Message from Dennis this morning when I got up.

Not good news.

Seems snow overnight in St Louis.



Anyway, my day was loads of admin, then run around trying to find out some inside info from clients, never easy, but succeeded.

Skype video conference with boss at 3pm booked for an hour.

On the way home, I called Stuart the neighbor to see if he was available after my video thing to help me get the brakes pumped while I drained them, of course he said yes.

So we got onto it by 4pm and by 5pm after a good chat, we were done and he headed home.

Brakes bled, means Sunday could be wheel alignment.

Then drive, fun and MOT .



Failing light meant no decent photos of stance and arch height.




Also found a set of Bootfair valve caps that will go on once the new stainless trims get fitted.



While down there I realised that I do need some hubcaps if I can find a set.

Eyes open.




You know what they say about idle hands....?

Well.....

2.5” single exhaust pipe from behind the cast iron headers.



So I started to look around on EBay

I was under the impession that that I had one in the garage, but must have given it away years ago.







So, if you have a full set of top hat caps, of know of a set somewhere in some for sale or dontation somewhere, please let me know.
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