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MartynS

Has Anyone Got A Jack I Can Use?

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I was looking at my car earlier and thought it would be good to rotate the wheels so all the Ford logos face the same way. Has anyone around Hampshire got a jack I can use? I'm willing to travel a few miles.

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Erm, not to put a downer in this but as soon as you leave the driveway they'll all be out again. Example, when turning the inside wheels rotate less than the outside wheels, so they'll all be out again. Likewise if you loose traction at all up front by booting it one, it'll be out from the backs too. Bad times.

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Erm, not to put a downer in this but as soon as you leave the driveway they'll all be out again. Example, when turning the inside wheels rotate less than the outside wheels, so they'll all be out again. Likewise if you loose traction at all up front by booting it one, it'll be out from the backs too. Bad times.

april fools mate lol

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Lol

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april fools mate lol

Indeed! Pretty poor one though, apologies for that :lol:

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Indeed! Pretty poor one though, apologies for that :lol:

I didn't get it at first. If you were in my area I would have said borrow mine!

Em xxxx

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Poor joke, but nice attempt.

BTW, I don't know why they don't design them with weighted bearings behind them so they always stay the right way up.

It would look smart driving down the road with the badges staying still.

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Poor joke, but nice attempt.

BTW, I don't know why they don't design them with weighted bearings behind them so they always stay the right way up.

It would look smart driving down the road with the badges staying still.

they do on the roller phantom, they wobble tho - looks like a clicker on the wheel of a bus :lol:

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Better than those godawful spinners that did the rounds a few years back.

Uber Chav

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i remember seeing halfords selling spinner wheel trims for about £40. perfect for your poverty spec 1 litre saxo

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i remember seeing halfords selling spinner wheel trims for about £40. perfect for your poverty spec 1 litre saxo

Used to see them on Corsas (spit)

Glad they went out of fashion, !Removed! awful things.

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