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[VIC] 2013 Workshop Day - CANCELLED!

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Day Cancelled.

Due to finding issues with the Zed that can't be fixed in a short space of time, I am cancelling this workshop day.

Thank-you to everyone for their interest in attending & I hope to run this day again sometime in the first half of the year.

 

 

The LightMaster (Bruce) needs some urgent 'maintenance' performed on his Zed over the New Year holidays.

It's basicly a suspension & brakes refresh with a small amount of rust repair thrown in.

 

Date: 29th of December, 2012.

Time: I'll be starting at 8am, but just turn up at whatever time suits you!

 

If you are not holidaying away, come join us!

This will be a great opportunity for newer members to learn a how to work on their Zeds as well.

BBQ & refreshments will be provided.

Location will be at my home workshop near Warragul, Vic. PM me for the address ;)

 

Any interest or suggestions would be appreciated!

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Attending:

 

Lightmaster - Bruce

Maygz - Simon

Zedman240 - Dimitri

PB260Z - Peter

Peter Mac

Agno - Alex

Sirpent - John (Maybe)

Scoota - Mark (Maybe)

Bluebird68 - David

 

Myself.

 

 

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I'm in!  Will have to check rosters for a date, but I'm in!  It just might save a life  ;)

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Feck, if it was between Boxing Day and new Years Eve I would be in as I will be heading to Mexico for Christmas at the outlaws.

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Lurch,

 

I may well come down for that one. Won't know for sure until a little closer to that date + some logistics to sort out, but definately keen

 

Cheers

 

PB

 

PS Dimitri, if I do will bring some extra luggage  ;)

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I'll try my best to be there, sounds like fun to me. I'd love to see someone show me how to properly rust repair, God knows my car needs some loving in this department!

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You have to Lov you guys.  ;D

I only thing I am good at is taking Photos of Zed  ::)and handing the right spanner to the guy who know what he doing.

 

I do have the Lights here for you Dimitri :) for you to put in. All other part are being collected as we speck.   

 

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If it's the weekend of the 29th 30th I should be abe to sneak down for a bit, depends on what has been planned for me and where.

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29/30 I can do.

 

What's the list of jobs to do and what are the tool requirements?

 

Coil-overs?  ;)

Nolethane kit throughout?

Ball joints?

Tie-rod ends?

wheel bearings?  The fronts are so cheap they might as well be replaced.

Shockers/inserts front and rear?

Steering wheel?

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I'm 80% certian I can make it, be a pleasure to help out "Ted"

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How about adjusting a handbrake of cars with a disk brake rear end? Mine is awfully adjusted and I wouldn't know where to start to make it better :)

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I have my own tools, but if anyone has a FULL toolkit/box they could bring, it would be very handy.

Half dozen blokes fighting over the one spanner would be a nuisance...

 

Alex - we shall see what we can do!

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Lurch,

 

I have a full a mechanics toolkit etc, assuming I make it I will toss the boxes in back.

 

Cheers

 

PB

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Great to see the Vic community sharing their wealth of experience and at an open practical knowledge opportunity

 

Agno

This is an simple and easy adjustment that I have come across on a site when rear discs are installed that you might want to explore at the w/shop day, as it appears to be a common issue after mods on rear brakes,

check this link

http://www.nyzcc.org/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=297

 

Its great to be a member of the site and these events give it more strength

I wish I could be there

Cheers

Phil

 

 

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I asked the wife & I was told I had to perform household chores & mow the lawns.  :(

 

Fixed for accuracy.

 

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29/30 I can do.

 

What's the list of jobs to do and what are the tool requirements?

 

Coil-overs?  ;)

Nolethane kit throughout?

Ball joints?

Tie-rod ends?

wheel bearings?  The fronts are so cheap they might as well be replaced.

Shockers/inserts front and rear?

Steering wheel?

 

Full bush kit

Tie-Rod ends

Front Wheel Bearing

Rear Damper cartridges

Steering wheel - maybe.

 

Lurch,

I have a full a mechanics toolkit etc, assuming I make it I will toss the boxes in back.

 

Cheers

PB

 

Good stuff - thanks Peter!

 

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Full bush kit

Tie-Rod ends

Front Wheel Bearing

Rear Damper cartridges

Steering wheel - maybe.

 

 

And after lunch ?

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