Any idea what the two odd tools are? The ring thing looks very much like something for loosening a serp belt tensioner or similar as the end is a square 1/2" drive size. The other thing looks like a castellated nut tool. Ideas on a postcard please.
replacing my battered W204 starship milage poverty spec estate with either a E350 estate or e350 cabriolet - I know they are quite different, but I need to carry many bags of laundry - and either of these will do, weirdly. Budget is 10 maybe 11k.
among they myriad of options, what do...
I'm looking at a 212 cabriolet (A207 I think is the right number). They all seem to be 'sport' - are they actually, 'sport' and have the harder suspension? (I used to have a 211 with the air adjustable suspension that essentially went from sport to avantgarde / elegance style...
Back again. Got a sprinter now. 2007 with startship mileage.
Anyway. Today involved adding a reverse camera and tow bar.
Fitted camera first. Tested fine. All done and dusted.
Fitted towbar, really easy, except the wiring. I paid extra for a kit specific to the sprinter...
facelift (fits pre facelift too, as was on my car) steering wheel. good condition. soooooo much nicer to drive with one of these, just like my old w140 used to have.
200 quid. no offers.
pic to follow.
4 x new tyres
multi function steering wheel
theres little 'options' on these, so they are all pretty much the same bar colours.
7.5k. I paid 8k two weeks ago. just dont like it. each to their own....
218,000 miles. plenty of battle scars.
very high spec.
full airmatic dc
towbar (factory hideaway type)
kids booster seats and blinds built in
4 zone climate
dynamic memory seats that change shape round corners plus massage etc.
both front seats memory
found three boxes of cuban cigars, one unopened, from my grandfather (who died in 1995 aged 80).
He was quite wealthy, and wouldnt have bought rubbish.
ill post up pics when i can, but is it worth it, or are 30yr old cigars just firelighters now?
my wife, who, luckily never frequents this forum, has some obsession with online tv. its on before she gets out of bed, and on, on the pillow, as she goes to sleep. every day.
she also says to our 5yr old son that he cant watch tv until after dinner (7 to 730pm with a bed time of 8ish pm)...
the property we are looking at buying has an extensive roof, and complex shape, wigh valley gutters etc. the land isnt flat so a cherry picker isnt easy either.
would a 100 200 quid outdoor drone with fitted camera be a useable option for roof surveys? the slates are very delicate in places...
knowing the clever bods on here someone will have had a similar situation.
is it legally possible to take over a small business (2 permanent employees) and refuse to take them on? replacing them with near identical employees, as the originals are, as far as we are concerned, utterly useless...
a property has come up that would lend itself very well to a retirement home. the local area in general has quite a high retirement home population plus high disposeable income
it would be about 15 'rooms' or so.
Im struggling to get basic data at the moment without signing up to some...
my copy has become corrupt, rather than re typing it out, has anyone got a nice clean version for shared occupancy (ie three people, all sharing one flat) furnished property? the version was quite 'trusting' and not over bearing. (ie didnt rant on about damage, as the flat needs a bit of tlc)...
i have a 'problem' with my airmatic. it works fine, doesnt sink etc but i get 'visit workshop' logo on the dash every start now. was very intermittent.
my cheap 280 quid box from gendan says its an issue with the compressor taking too long to get to pressure, and a leak in the reservoir...