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Unread postby baconbuttyman » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:30 pm

My Rover 75 has been some what neglected lately, how ever, latter end of 2017, she underwent some TLC, if you remember she got into a bust up with an Aldi lorry, which dented her wing, I had that painted, great color match too, also, some may remember my clutch had a noise when dipped, the thrust bearing was on its way out, then she was diagnosed with HGF (waaaaaah) (waaaaaah)
i bought the parts from DMGRS and my brother in law did the job for me, installed a full new clutch system, then put new HG on and timing belt, she now feals like a new car, shame she hasnt moved more than 10 miles since xmas.
When i am better i aim to refurbish the wheels, haha i have sprung an oil leek according to wifey tho, (fozzie) (fozzie)
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Unread postby Michael » Mon Jan 29, 2018 6:35 pm

I had a similar illness last year short of breath tired all the time, nothing showed on xray saw a ENT consultant he thought it could be reflux on the chest that had set up a infection on the lungs, four lots of antibiotics and four months later it cleard, felt as if I was dying, not saying that's what you have, just sounds similar any way get well soon Mick. ;-)
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