65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by spider » Wed Sep 16, 2015 19:30

pbraun wrote:Now I opened another can of worms. :shock:
Yes, but we all know that there's no pleasing Nigel! :D
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Wally2 » Mon Mar 21, 2016 21:27

Hi Peter,
No photos of your Moke for a while? We could all do with some to refresh our memory of it!
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Tue Apr 19, 2016 12:46

Yeah, I have been busy doing nothing, but just got a pal to come over on Mondays, so should be showing more progress . Got the brake lines plumbed in, mostly, today, Next, mount suspension bits and then tighten up on everything. Going to get tires mounted today.

Wish I was better at posting pictures.

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Tue Apr 19, 2016 13:57

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Wally2 » Tue Apr 19, 2016 16:11

Hi Peter,
Like this
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:41

Right, then. ! ! How'd you do that, Chris?
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:46

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Oh oh!!!!!!!!!! I might have gotten it, at least for now!
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Wally2 » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:37

Hi Peter,
You've got it!!
Full details of putting photos on here are located under 'Site Discuss'.
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Mon May 09, 2016 20:46

http://imgur.com/a/wy6sk


Front suspension in today, so now it's a "roller"

Next, wiring harness. Anyone have a good, large size, wiring diagram?

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Well, this isn't working for me today.
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Tue May 31, 2016 1:12

Wiring almost done, but for speedo, dip switch and turn and horn.....
Think I'll work on the fuel tank, pump and lines now.
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Doug G » Tue May 31, 2016 21:55

pbraun wrote:http://imgur.com/a/wy6sk


Front suspension in today, so now it's a "roller"

Next, wiring harness. Anyone have a good, large size, wiring diagram?

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Well, this isn't working for me today.
I think that this would be of a great help

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Wed Jun 01, 2016 1:03

I have read that often, it was very helpful while building the chassis. Now I am assembling everything.
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by pbraun » Tue Jun 07, 2016 20:46

Today got the dash wiring largely in place, test fit up the dash, and looking good. Will have to mess about with the steering wheel to get the horn to work, but it's getting there.

Now, to clean out the darn gas tank, inspect once again, keep fingers crossed for no leaks, paint it black and install with pump and lines and a few filters here and there. :)

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OK, just go here: http://imgur.com/a/QflXG
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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by j Beeton » Wed Jun 08, 2016 21:57

Hi Peter glad I,m not the only one who finds it a faf to post photos!,, I can do it sometimes! But am so used to using snip and paste apps that anything else means I have to think..lol.. Anyway looks like progress on you car. I refurbished my old loom and required all the lights etc with new cables and bullet connectors properly soldered...biggest issues were with poor earth connections due to the copious amounts of paint I had put on car! It was just against all principles to scrape this off to make a decent connection, but I had too and all starting to work correctly :D :D ........James .

I have a pdf of the wiring diagram which I could email to you and the you can print off in A3 bigger....

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Re: 65 English little wheeler in Coastal North Carolina

Post by Wally2 » Wed Jun 08, 2016 22:39

Posting pics - no problem!
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Right click on the photo, click on properties, copy the address, click the Img button above and copy the photo address between the Img brackets.
Simples! :roll:
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