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rear wheel cylinder problem. Help ! 
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Location: Melbourne, Australia
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They must have had a couple of stores as I always used the one in Hawthorn that was next to the TAFE where you could never get a park lol.

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Fri Apr 27, 2012 1:08 am
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A big thank you for Mr oz Toffa for taking the trouble to find, buy , and mail a set of seals for my Bellet.

THANK YOU ! (some stamps on the way when some more come out)

Dont have any photos of my car as a photo seems to be to big to send (this is prob down to me being pc illiterate).

Dave came and visited me all the way from oz (he was at a wedding) and he took some digital photos of my car so with a bit of luck he will post them up here.

Thanks guys,

Jeff (scotland)


Tue May 01, 2012 8:24 pm
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Location: Adelaide north near the hills.
Car(s): Roman Red 1965 Sedan, Mint 67 Sedan Auto, 1967 GT , 1.5x 1967 sedans, 1968 Deluxe Sedan, 1965 Wasp Ute (Resto project)
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Cheers Jeff

always more than happy to help out a fellow Belletter...
it seems good old SA has more of a grasp on spares than some of the bigger, better? places in OZ
Hope the brake system rebuild all goes well

OZ

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Tue May 01, 2012 10:45 pm
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Many thanks to Mr Oz Toffa for the 4 wheel cylinder seals. Front ones fitted a treat (had made in England written on them !!)

Rear ones are causing me bother - cannot get seal to slip back into cylinder as it seems to big / tight to fit especially if you have to get a tool behind the plate that stops the handbrake lever pin from sliding out. Mr Toffa uses a very small screwdriver to ease them in, but I'm struggling and don't want to damage the seal

Will try to put a photo on later of seal / piston to make sure I'm not being a total muppett and doing something really stupid. Anybody else had this problem...?

(This is so frustrating as I've got the engine back in and serviced it, sorted the bodywork and I'm good for a warrenty of fitness test or the MOT test as its called over here)

Jeff


Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:57 pm
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I'm sorted. Was being a muppet. thanks guys.


Sat Jul 14, 2012 7:58 pm
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thats great to hear Jeff.

we all have an off day every now and then. last weekend i tried to fit the fan spacer in behind the pulley and not in front?
the fanbelt didnt line up at all well. LOL..

hope she is on the road real soon.

OZ

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Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:38 pm
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bit off topic, but:
BGT isn't in Hawthorn anymore. they closed it and moved everything to the shop in Dandenong a couple of years ago.
go and see Derry and tell him i sent ya!

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Fri Aug 10, 2012 8:09 am
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I was at dandy but a bout a month ago. Used them a lot in the past and they know bellett.

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