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  1. First day of holidays I thought I'd get around to fixing my fuel sender problem as it's been sitting on dead empty for a few months. Easy fix once I removed all the fuel system and battery from the tray. Found the fuel sender arm in the bottom of the tank. Turns out the little brass retaining plug in my herrod fuel module was machined a little small so the arm just wiggles out. Put the brass piece in the vice and squished it. Made it about 0.1mm bigger and now it secures properly. Being Good Friday it was an extensive 10 beer job haha
  2. The Ute trays arnt fully steel lined. Take the plastic tub liner out and you can access anything you could possibly need to measure from inside the empty tub
  3. Not really no. I've got a spare sender unit that I'll replace the one on my herrod intank module with. Hopefully that fixes it [emoji1696]
  4. I opened my mouth to soon. Took the car for a quick spin this arvo and I didn't even make it out the driveway before it dropped back to empty. Think I'll be removing the fuel system and tub liner after all [emoji107]
  5. Fixed my faulty fuel gauge. It just stopped reading a while back and always sat on empty. I had my mind set for a surge tank out, tub liner out, sender unit out 3hr/10beer job #utelife. I already tried disconcting the battery to no avail. Pulled fuse 27 and 29 she's good as new! I read it online somewhere and I had no hope of it actually doing anything. Beer time now[emoji481]
  6. Yes. The spline count only changes with m78 or m86 diff centres. Unsure if they changed from b to f series. It'll fit fine if it's the same as yours just auto
  7. That 3mm clearance will be to the brake calliper not the chassis/suspension. You could run the rears with a lower offset but you would start to loose room for wide rubber. Mine are a 10.5+22 rear with a 275 and the guards have been modified slightly to gain more room. Still scrubs a bit. 275 is as wide as I can go. You'd be able to run a 295 even a 305 with the +38 offset
  8. You wouldn't need any camber work with those sizes quoted by koya. Very conservative fitment with zero poke. Prefect offset for fat fat rubber. Not flush fitment and will sit inside the guards a little bit In those offsets your front will sit 12mm further in than mine and 22mm further in on the rear
  9. Found some in mine the other week. Noticed a raised section between the spot welds and got poking with the screwdriver. This is what I was left with. Drivers side door. Havnt fixed it yet
  10. Drive past there everyday. Never even knew there was a engine builder near there
  11. Is that the engine guy out in Wandal? I'd be keen for a run up and dyno print out if he's got it up and going. Might crack the magical 400 on a hub dyno [emoji23]
  12. All good mate. Not much you can do with the diff as they have locating pins with zero movement. The tub does move though. Take the tub liner out and lossen the 8ish bolts. Can normally get a few mm movement out of that
  13. Sure will. Spun 4th on those crappy 235 tyres I drove home with [emoji4]
  14. Got the Ute back a few weeks ago from CPV but been away for work so havnt had time to enjoy it yet. Made 390kw on e85. Had a few problems and didn't quite make the power we were hoping for. He suspected the few year old atomic springs had seen better days and possibly the twin 2.5" exhaust holding it back a smidge. Just to much noise when trying to push it further. We decided against chasing the few possible issues for little kw gain and just leave it there where it was happy. I'm more than happy with the power. Comes on very strong and a night and day difference between the old 98 tune[emoji1360]

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