What have you done to or with your LWT today??

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the landy man
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Re: What have you done to or with your LWT today??

Post by the landy man » Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:20 pm

hibbo wrote:
Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:14 pm
What are you doing on the roof :o :?
Waving to you mate!!!I guess you were asleep again as I never saw you wave back!! :D
..ROD..


1972 S3 LIGHTWEIGHT 53 AM 74,RAF GS .Waddington strike command
1979 LIGHTWEIGHT 10 GX 11,GS .Black watch 1st battalion
1964 SERIES 2A..
Sankey narrow track,desert sand.
Mankey Sankey NT,rust coloured!!
Armstrong MT500, green. (no relation to Neil)
1959 Triumph 5TA (money pit)

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Re: What have you done to or with your LWT today??

Post by Tinweasel » Sun Sep 24, 2017 8:56 pm

Well after seeing how everyone else has gotten on today with all there big and challenging jobs, I thought you would like to know how I got on.

Well I put a new door top on the drivers side, and undid the nuts on the other side enough to apply some copperslip and re tightened them.
:D X! :D X! :D X! :D X! :D X! :D X! :D X!

Right I'm off for a well deserved beer :! :! :!

Cheers everyone

Shaun
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Re: What have you done to or with your LWT today??

Post by GAZ_XB9R » Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:09 pm

And even furtherer up North, the weather's been great all day. I did sod all to my Lightweight but did a 2km Parkrun with my girls then got the blasting / spraying / general Landy renovation shed completed.

Insulated, heated, 16A sockets for welder and 4hp compressor. Well it will be once the sparky comes round and terminates the buried cable at the house and shed consumer units.

Need a VAT free offer from Machine Mart so I can buy my new compressor.

Strip down time soon.
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Gaz


First old Landie a 1970 Lightweight.

Now a work in progress.

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Re: What have you done to or with your LWT today??

Post by the landy man » Sun Sep 24, 2017 9:12 pm

Well done Shaun,a job done regardless of how big a task it was! 8-) Not easy when you have a 'ankle biter'snapping at you heels!!
..ROD..


1972 S3 LIGHTWEIGHT 53 AM 74,RAF GS .Waddington strike command
1979 LIGHTWEIGHT 10 GX 11,GS .Black watch 1st battalion
1964 SERIES 2A..
Sankey narrow track,desert sand.
Mankey Sankey NT,rust coloured!!
Armstrong MT500, green. (no relation to Neil)
1959 Triumph 5TA (money pit)

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Re: What have you done to or with your LWT today??

Post by Keith » Mon Sep 25, 2017 9:27 pm

Following on from weekends rear chassis strip down and painting, whilst still in paint mode I managed a tidy up of the duck egg block . The alternator has packed in so took the opportunity before the new one goes in .
Oh and there's still the job of removing that Brocken downpipe stud from the manifold.
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