This Tuesday, 13.00h MVI/MOT ahoy

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This Tuesday, 13.00h MVI/MOT ahoy

Postby CancerWagon » 17 Nov 2006, 07:39

The WOCIII will be going for it's First Safety Inspection since I've bought it, this Tuesday. And I'm hoping I don't get a big shiney reject sticker. Will get pics of underbody while it's up in the air getting looked at.

Example "REJECTED" shown (my neighbors mazda from last week, I helped weld it up, and it's passed now) :)


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Work to get done before the test:

-Welding to do, rear wheel wells, Front left lower suspension arm (will replace at some point), bottom edge of drivers door.
-Bolt up the support bit for the exhaust, replace a old bent radio antenna on rear exhaust hanger with a rubber piece.
-Adjust the e-brake.
-install fire pull station (for fun)
-Install a piece of rubber hose for fuel return line at the tank,
-1 tyre, replace with one that has more than 3/64" of tread :lol:
-finish bolting down the front wings,
-change out some lightbulbs,
-Enjoy an episode or two of "mad-labs"
-install front-markers on the wings,
-seatbelts (replace the one I burned, will use a VW one I have).
-Put the horn back in....
-whatever else I come up with
Chris W.
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Postby CancerWagon » 21 Nov 2006, 18:54

I spent more time having the car made fun of than getting a list of what I needed to get the MVI passed... But the fellow is rather strict, and this is good.

I need to get done:

-two new front lower arms (and ball joints)
-front springs ("not broken, YET!")
-hanger for exhaust
-re route my new gas line (in the way of the next repair)
-re-enforce the front frame at the floor pans
-welding touch-ups I never got to in the back
-install right front inner door panel
-left inner sill

I may just go and make new lower arms myself, modelling off the rather knackerd set on the car now.
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