That's sorted the battery tray.....I have a few little welding jobs to do while I wait until the oilpan is back......like this!!....
Rust not so bad compared to what I've seen some of the forum members dealing with.....had to laugh at how much country side was lurking there though!!!
so your van had its own thriving eco-system then
i have experienced people talling you one price on the phone and another in person - that sucks!
deankdx wrote:was good to read the sump and pickup issues are sorted, with conenuts being used instead of lockwashers.
i'm fitting 2 batteries to My Transit, using an XF falcon one on the other side(mine is currently where you moved yours to)
i was thinking about all the space under the van..i have a gas tank at the very rear.. but if i can fit a spare wheel underneath opposite to the petrol tank i will be happy.. otherwise a caravan water tank might be handy there?
Franfixit wrote:one of my workmates rang up not long ago to inform me that 'some guy dropped off something for you...it looks like a kitchen sink'
RE: Room under van....the exhaust is the only thing I can think of that might try to interfere with your plans....the tape measure will tell the good news or bad news
Franfixit wrote:........the kitchen sink
deankdx wrote:Franfixit wrote:........the kitchen sink
reminds me of a train or ship.. its not very aerodynamic though.. probably lost 3kmh top speed for that
Franfixit wrote: I'm really at a crisis point after your eco-system comment....Should I weld in a panel?......or just plant some flowers?
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