I finally got round to replacing the front right arm on my Mini 2, after I caught it on one the gates at Big Meet last month. I believe the one below is the culprit, just in front of John @Hotrodspike in the pink tutu (which I then donned for crashing ).
When the replacement arm arrived, i realised why it was so cheap, unlike the previous arm I purchased. This one came without the motor, antenna and wiring loom. It was bare bones. Which made the job a tad more interesting.
The hardest bit was getting the wrap off, so that I could try and reuse it. Especially around the glue, aka ‘Spotweld 4200’ that @Yith kindly provided me at the ‘crash site’. But about an hour later, jobs a good’n.
I’m looking forward to it mate. Looks like a good turn out so far. My legs are all repaired from the Big Meet … although need to watch my knee still - I’ve the final physio next month, where they tell me if i’m having surgery - or not.
Cheers neighbour Legs repaired, brain and kidneys recovered, and actually 9kg lighter now … after all the grafting on the shed.
The outside is done, the inside is about 80% there. It’s been plasterboarded, skimmed, painted, skirting, flooring, lights and sockets in and working. Just waiting for the solar kit to arrive. I suppose phase 1, ‘the shed’ is done … now phase 2, ‘the solar shed’ commences I’ll start a new thread with some pix
Cheers Chris, it is indeed. A triple insulated man-cave with all the mod cons