If the part numbers are the same for the cables on the V8 as the other models then I should think this would fit.
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Bernard wrote:That's great. I'm assuming that the V8 has the same arrangement as it suffers from excess travel more than the V6.
We will soon find out, I guess.
Arctic wrote:Compensator fitting without cutting the carpet
will finish this tomoz Arctic
MrB wrote:Arctic mine is a daily driver so would be difficult for me to get my used compensator to you, especially as I live on a big hill. In case anyone doesn't know Queensbury is the highest village (with a parish church?) in England. My house is at 1160Ft above sea level.
Even with the best of will I imagine you are looking at a 4 day turnaround?
I might take a trip to my local scrappies and see if there are any 75s in, if I get time.
Just been reading up on all your amazing hard work on here and the other site. Gotta take my hat off to you as you havebeen like a dog with a bone with this handbrake problem. Lol
My handbrake desperately needs sorting as it takes about 9 clicks to hold it and my drive is on a slope lol. I was wondering if the following is a possibility, I send you a paypal payment to cover you ordering a new compensator, modifying it and sending it to me. I would then donate my old one to you for modification for a fellow member. Just an idea and would be easier/quicker than mr ordering one then sending it to you etc.
What do you reckon?
revor wrote:Hi Steve [artic is to cold for me]. finally worked what the problem is with the compensator. it was not until I saw the stretched "U" shaped part that I realized it. when is your next meet. long way to drive but I would put faces to names!. we could then put in your modified part. peter. ps. forgot to say my is a real pain because it's an auto, whants to creep on 7-8 clicks