Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 03:36:57 GMT
From: (Dean)
Subject: Re: '86 900 Clutch replacement

On Thu, 08 Feb 2001 21:06:21 +0100, just as I was about to see how much duct tape you REALLY need to stop a gerbil from exploding, Robert Brown <> distracted me by babbling thusly: >While we're on the subject of tools for holding the clutch springs depressed, >I'd like to post the contents of a mail that a contributor in Australia, Dean >Malandris, wrote about a year ago. An excellent description for a homemade >version (without permission, sorry Dean ;-) I'll take a leaf out of the Americans' book and sue you for breach of copyright. Just make cheques payable to..... jes' kiddin. I *was* going to draw this up in a DXF file, but the bloody CAD software on my friend's machine doesn't run properly, so when he fixes that, I'll go do it. One day. For now, the text description will have to do. PS: As for using a bit of spark plug wire, I've never been able to get away with it. Even with a 4mm steel band, you barely manage to get the silly thing out anyway. PPS: I'm quite offended that you didn't reprint my article on using condoms for repairing the washer nozzle valves in the 900. I think I'm ahead of my time.

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