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Now that the show season is over and everyone will have gotten a few decent pictures of their cars, it is time to gather in entries for the 2018 Club Polo calendar.
We need 12 decent pictures, one for each month.
Please only enter pictures that you have taken, if the picture you want to enter was not taken by you then please state that you have the full permission of the photographer for us to print the picture in a calendar.
Any watermarks on the pictures will be kept on but we may also add a Club Polo watermark too.
If your picture is picked we will need access to the original high quality version in order for it to come out well on the calendar. If you haven't linked the original in your post then please keep an eye on your PMs as I may contact you.
We will give everyone until the end of November to enter pictures, but the sooner you do, the sooner people can start liking them.
The 12 pictures with the most likes will be chosen.
If you have a particular month you'd like to see your picture in if it is chosen then please state that in the entry.
Any questions just ask and we look forward to seeing all your cars.
Noticed a big difference in the feel of the brake pedal yesterday so I put the car up and took the wheels off to have a look..
The front off-side calliper was loose!! I found that the top slide pin was no longer holding the calliper onto the steering knuckle.
Turns out the threads have been stripped and the slide pins were not it great condition either!
Can anyone suggest any safe ways of repairing the existing steering knuckle?
Could I repair the threads and replace the slide pins? Need help with this asap.
I will buy a replacement part next month but I daily my car for work etc. and need a quick, safe temporary fix until then :(
Bought this wee piece last November. She's had a hard life up until now and I've spent a fair wad bringing her up to standard again.
Paid £420 for this wee tank :)
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