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  1. Happy birthday [emoji3060][emoji1][emoji1417]. Hope you have a great day! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. He knows many shortcuts like this. When I mentioned we took the bumper off to fit my 99 headlights, he said no need to remove it, you can get to the screws using this extension and so on. I’m sure there’s tonnes of tricks he knows on our cars! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Royal Steering Wheels seem to be the most well known and used in the UK for all other cars, as an alternative. Bought from them before and top quality. Paid about £150 ish as well. You can post your wheel to him and he can do in any finish you’d like. Hide n Seat (Mondo) know our cars inside out though, so I’d be more inclined to try them first. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Glad you’re keeping the zed then and probably best to get a daily to keep the zed living on long term. I’ve just bought an e46 330cd as a daily, which I don’t think is Ulez compliant. But my old 3.3 Lexus was compliant! Some of the cars that are compliant really do confuse me. Let’s hope those are the only issues then and looking forward to seeing updates. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I’m relatively new to the club so not a wealth of knowledge compared to others, but my cars just getting all new bushes at the moment. From my research, I found pretty much the companies you’ve noted. I bought all the Nismo bushes they made, and the rest I went with energy suspension. Nismo is regarded the best by the long term gurus on the club, as they’re a happy medium between bone shaking polybushes and overly soft original bushes. I bought the Nismo ones from greenline motorsports japan who have a helpful website and suspension diagrams. Energy suspension ones came from CZP. When I ge
  6. Haha I’ve just seen this car on eBay. Apparently the car was the owners ‘joy ride’ [emoji1787][emoji1787], according to the advert. My favourite parts are the chrome trim around the rear lights and did you notice the ‘automatic’ and ‘limited’ badges on the rear end as well. Never mind Funkysi, this has sent me over the edge, in fits of laughter!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. The 996 generation is definitely the best value for money out of the lot, and no reason for it to be cheaper than the rest, as it’s a very capable car. People don’t seem to like the headlights but I think the headlights in facelift form look great, it’s only the pre-face light ones that haven’t aged well - I guess it’s like marmite really. What’s the actual problem with this car then? IMS bearings gone or something? Hope you keep using the zed still! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Oh wow very nice - I do like the flat 6 noise! Good luck with it and keep us posted. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Great to hear you’ve solved the issue [emoji1417], and also good to know CZP offer 10mm versions. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. The Merc is a lovely looking car, but if you’re after a great handling chassis, the BMW’s are on a different level, probably at the cost of comfort as usual. As Gaz says, these modern cars are so fast, I’m going to have to build my engine to high HP to make sure I beat them all [emoji1787]. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Looking goooood [emoji1417]. Are you buying the Z4 for yourself? As a daily? It’ll be a quick one in the 40i guise, quite tuneable those engines and super popular these days in the 1/2/3 series models. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Thanks Darren and Richard - yeah I checked the a pillar and it was properly screwed in - not piercing the drain. It was such a painful job haha because for the first time in my life I’ve hated having long legs and arms! It wasn’t all a waste of a job though, as I ruled out the fuse box, and I also cable tied both the bottom and top joins to the inlets/outlets of the drains, to future proof them from popping off. This weekend I’ll get my wife to hold the hose pipe over and I’ll sit in the car, looking out for this leak. Haha yes good spot Richard! CZP said the red ones were on a long lea
  13. Thanks lexx for the guide - I found a guide Jeff issued maybe a year before, otherwise there’s no way in hell I’d be able to work out what to do! Probably the most involved and pain in the backside thing I’ve done on a car! Great guide, very very helpful. Took absolutely ages but no success really. I wanted to take the fuse box off anyway to rule out corrosion causing the lights issue so it wasn’t a wasted effort, but it turned out to be squeaky clean with no corrosion at all. It had what I believe is a date stamp and Nissan logo for 2009, so I believe it was replaced in 2009. It was dry as
  14. Ah thanks for the previous post and this - much appreciated. Will tear it all apart today and hopefully find the cause. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Thanks Bones and Rich for the wise advice - will check it all out today and see the state of it. If it is corroded, can you just remove the fuse box and wire brush off the corrosion, then reuse? Or will it need replacement? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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