I've never noticed gearbox oil smelling any different to normal oil tbh? And I've removed 40 year old s**t out of an old triumphSuspension back on, driveshafts on, brake discs and callipers removes ready for new discs and pads tomorrow. Fitted air filter after being sent the wrong size twice.
Just filling up gearbox with fresh oil. f**king stinks!
Same, I have done many gearbox oil changes and to me it smells the same as normal oil. Wonder if its the same phenomenon where Coriander tastes and smells completely different to other people etc
https://www.tirebusiness.com/article/20070813/ISSUE/308139967/are-you-seeing-dots-those-color-coded-sidewall-markings-serve-a-purposeIsn't the dot on the tyre supposed to go opposite the valve?
Ahhh, I was only 180deg out then lol. I've just taken delivery of a full set of Michelin PS4s for my TT, they are going on this weekend.
You won't be disappointed! Used PSS on my M5 which where amazing, switched the rears to PS4S and again another league ahead on the PSS, amazing in the wet.Ahhh, I was only 180deg out then lol. I've just taken delivery of a full set of Michelin PS4s for my TT, they are going on this weekend.
It’s all surface, I could put more pressure on the grinder and remove every bit, have to be careful as the metal on these is thin.You can see it's peppered in some places but that's a pretty clean car all things considered. Nice work
Aye, looks really well for one of theseIt’s all surface, I could put more pressure on the grinder and remove every bit, have to be careful as the metal on these is thin.
I have seen loads and also been sent pics from other owners of the same areas, horrific describes them well. Most wouldn’t even do what I have done, it’s not 100% perfect but it will go the distance.