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VW Parts For Sale / Re: Clearing out
« Last Post by HUDGE BUGGY on Today at 11:17:30 AM »
Bump for the chassis / body fixings wanted
Saturday is for cruising about and having a laugh, Saturday night is our party and Sunday is the Carnival

Everybody is welcome to any part of it, but we do hope that you can find a way to come over for all of it  ;-)up

Brilliant weekend  ;-)(-;
At the football club, ready to leave for the carnival shortly after 1400 hrs but we will be there all morning.

So 2pmat football ground is that Sunday or Saturday .. let me know so
Will attend
Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Midlands Newbie
« Last Post by chrisbarker on Today at 09:33:57 AM »
welcome to the site buddy
Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Newb
« Last Post by chrisbarker on Today at 09:32:55 AM »
Welcome buddy
Sally, Ed and Georgie are now coming Thursday - Monday  ;-)up
Members Buggies / Re: Toms fugitive 4
« Last Post by Johnthesparky on Today at 07:39:37 AM »
Well..... they are easy to remove  :-[

I guess weíll try them and keep an eye on them,  as away next week, will have a mad busy week on return then a week to do any fettling before the Gathering

Didnít really expect to get it right first time
Members Buggies / Re: Toms fugitive 4
« Last Post by fugglededumm on July 22, 2018, 11:48:21 PM »
Great idea on the front mudguard stays... but I fear they will go the same as mine!

See my fab design here http://www.beachbuggy.info/index.php/topic,9103.msg106862.html#msg106862

Then my mate with the Sandrail said - "that will break... right there"

and less than 40 miles later ....



Members Buggies / Re: Toms fugitive 4
« Last Post by Johnthesparky on July 22, 2018, 10:47:31 PM »
Fitted some mudguards,

Fronts use a bit of angle that replaces the thick camber washer....

So can be removed pretty quickly

Rears arenít quite as well thought out at the minute

Modified some tube I had lying around (was the old side bars)

And fixed to the frame, so not close fitting at the mo

 It a bit of finishing off after holiday and theyíll look alright for the rest of this season

Members Buggies / Re: GP LDV - The rise of Phoenix
« Last Post by IDA on July 22, 2018, 09:11:10 PM »
As the rear tyre is on the spring plate in the pics, And the only way is to bin the wheels or cut the body or lift it up bleugh So it is narrow time :D and as I was all ways going to IRS my next buggy, I pick up an irs back end from a trike,, It is lucky? in a way as the welding was bad! and I'm cutting that bit off,,

some bad! welding ::)

Going to loss the torsion bars and make some arms lucky as I had some 3/4 rose joint from my autograss days!
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