[ROVERNET - UK] Re: rovernet Digest, Vol 57, Issue 43
denlet at wanadoo.fr
Sat Aug 18 12:58:19 BST 2007
Le 18/08/07 13:00, « rovernet-request at lyris.ccdata.com »
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> 1. Windscreen Wiper Delay - How Long? (Brian Humphreys)
> 2. Webasto sunroofs (S Manwell)
> 3. Re: Windscreen Wiper Delay - How Long? (Netspace)
> 4. P6B oil (Netspace)
> 5. Re: P6B oil (Glen Wilson)
> 6. Re: P6B oil (Netspace)
it's a little difficult to explain something in english for me....
It's pleasant for me to write in english and ERIC smile with manuel and
It's a joke of course.I learn every days and he is an teacher for me.
I want keep my rover in "stock" design.I want a sliding sunroof like the
factory fitted in 1973.
The price of a new sunroof from R&S coachbuilts is about 1100$ , expensive
for the moment. I prefer to find an original sunroof ,complete , perhaps
with a material in bad repair.
Eric have a little one at about 50€+200€ for a new material=250/300€ it's OK
like that for me.
ERIC: I have 2 steel roofs for P6:i can do a mistake when I cut the first
one.For this reason I don't need manual for the sunroof.(joke)
you can also put an 1/4 liter of "VASELINE" (petroleum jelly buy in
drugstore ) in the oil pump.Vaseline is completely mixed with oil.It's very
good to have a good pressure for the first start.
If you take a drill after about 2 mn, you must have a pressure , the drill
turn more slowly, the pressure become higher.
The best is to fill the hydraulic tappets.(leave in a box during 24 H in
special oil ).
thank you denis
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> Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 18:12:46 -0400
> From: S Manwell <s_manwell at alum.swarthmore.edu>
> Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Webasto sunroofs
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> Or is it a manually operated (that is, not electric) sunroof, such as a
> Webasto sliding sunroof, that denis is looking for?
> Whichever the case may be, this is a good reference for Webasto sunroof
> repair and restoration:
> R&S Coachbuilts in the UK is a good source for Webasto parts and entire
> roof assemblies. I would think the main challenge would be to find the
> wood framing for the opening in the P6 roof.
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