I would imagine you can claim at any stage now if you haven't got the service you paid for . Their workforce actually increases at this time of year unfortunately it's the level of English spoken by a proportion of those short term staff that doesn't helpyikes. suppose tis all this black friday/cyber monday/etc online xmas demand and also reduced workforce thats just overloading their infrastructure?
think I read if it took over 7days u can claim compensation from delayed service?
Your LSD has been stripped and we've been in consultation with
the design engineers at 'Belleville Springs'. For your loading cycle
they have recommended fitting double Belleville springs to prevent the
springs fully flattening. We have rebuilt the LSD to the latest spec
with these double springs and will ship it out back to you tonight.
for most ppl who just fit n forget yes, but not me.Tbh, if I got an lsd back from quaife, I'd have left it assembled..... Fitted it and dealt with it.
Bugger taking it apart.
googled bout alu electrodes and there are so many problems with using em. tbh for joining such small piece the difficulty and overall cost and lack of success really isn't worth attempting.There probably is a fancy way to stick weld Ally
But you can go get it welded up
maybe, if I had time n budget but it's low priority and unessential work n expense.You might consider upgrading the longer shaft to a torque tube Paul to balance it out
Corner weights will also have a huge effect on the wheel load in corners with regards to the lsd
ah shweet. I'll have to remove n measure mine to find the correct spec. just googling spherical bearings, they only cost afew quid, much better than buying a whole new top mount.Something like this Paul? http://www.qbcbearings.com/BuyRFQ/SphereB_sphere_TP_P_SS.htm
Iv been looking for a good place to get a set for some Ali top mounts iv got spare as well
drifts left on all roads, tis an annoyance. once I clean up the rear arms I'll straighten it all up n perhaps induce abit more front left camber to counteract the road slope?If your car drives completely straight on a normal road then there's an issue
Slight left drift is perfectly normal
Disney for petrol heads!some exciting news tonight.
my cousin who I went to trackdays with, messaged me that a small group of em r planning on going to nurburgring in july and asked if I was interested? this has been in talks for few yrs and for once in a lifetime, course I wanna go
although my job n income ain't certain and although the cars not 100% perfect, most of the major bits r resolved and alot could change by july, the oppurtunity has come and tis my ambition to go.
says the eurostar, hotel, track, some karting n tour guide tis only £450 all in, bargain , and the guys german breakdown cover is extra £67 that'll recover the car from track back to UK.
overall it's my sorta cuppa tea for a perfect roadtrip adventure holiday
only a tiny amount so I don't have to always correct the steering but this is mostly on road anyway. when I go on track, it'll be realigned straight. but first have to swap left/right tyres to see if tread depth is causing itYou could do but then you're disadvantaging one side
I can't wait either. same one?Awesome Paul
We ordered one yesterday. Can't wait