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  1. I'm sure the mk7 fiesta uses a standard type bearing so you'll need access to a hydraulic press to remove and fit a new one.
  2. I have a 3x3 metre pop up gazebo thats good when it's raining for a short while until all the water starts running underneath and you end up soaked anyway! I paid £100 for mine a few years back.
  3. I was going to email some pictures taken by me to watchdog tonight, showing the exact same damage as you seen on the corsa but in a fiat punto. Why are they limiting this publicity of fires to the corsa when the punto suffers the same problem with the melted wiring loom? the dodgy loom he showed covered in black tape is available as a genuine Vauxhall spare because these melted connectors is a big issue! Last one I done failed exactly a year later. I then replaced it with a modified wiring loom which has solved the problem.
  4. New one will come with the bolts
  5. wow I didn't see that one coming lol. Back to 65mm hub nut sockets on the big dugga dugga then? lol
  6. Another new job? Can't beat the dugga dugga
  7. To stretch the bolts to allow them to be torqued 'correctly'. There will be some deformation in the bolt by tightening it. some critical applications also use a similar procedure, where you tighten the bolt and weight X amount of minutes before loosening and retightening. a couple of dugga duggas on my impact gun will do though the only thing I torque is engine bolts and hub nuts.
  8. What did you say Ian? Run the bolts in and tighten them to FT with a ratchet handle? Lol
  9. I think the fiesta ones are bolt one from the front. Take the drum off and you will see the hub, in the hub you will see there is a large hole drilled in it to allow access with a socket.
  10. They are just held in with 4 bolts so no need to press anything. I haven't done a Fiesta one yet but usually they are torx head bolts on Fords.
  11. Replace the dmf too, that'll make your parts cost look a whole lot worse lol. some clutch kits come with grease, some don't but personally I don't bother. Too many people put far too much on too.
  12. The last 10 clutches I've fitted I haven't greased the input shaft with anything, just something else for the dust to stick to lol
  13. It officially ended on the 20th of November but as per all ECP codes they last for ages lol
  14. weekend30 if you want 30% off lol
  15. Have you been advised on the mot certificate regarding the discs or just in person? Hello from a fellow biker btw