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Old 09-08-2012, 11:22 PM   #11
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just been looking thought some Moby's thread and found this
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Moby5153's steering box adjustment method:-

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I think this thread needs to be made sticky so that everyone can find it.

Could a mod do this for us, please ?
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The headlight adjustment diagram is definitely Moby's, I'm pretty sure the oil filler neck tool, shock absorber fitting and windscreen seal ones are as well.

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This is a great thread the man was a genius,this will help so many people out as moby did.
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