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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bee View Post
    Unless you are extremly lucky Neil, I bet that is the most satisfying withdrawl you have ever had.
    Hello again.

    Well, I donít smoke - but suppose I would have had a cigarette afterwards back in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDNSW View Post
    As far as I can tell the steering relay can be assembled from either end.
    John,

    Hello and thanks.

    This was probably more important for an attempt to rebuild a relay in situ rather than in a vice. Happily, the latterís going to be the operative case.

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    Neil , Have you attempted to pull the relay apart yet? If not make sure you put a hessian bag or old heavy towel over it so that spring dose not get you.
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    I have also read somewhere that it is advised to pull an old sock over it & wire that down tight on the body.

    Have never seen one fire off but I can imagine the mess it would make if the guts hit you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1950landy View Post
    Neil , Have you attempted to pull the relay apart yet? If not make sure you put a hessian bag or old heavy towel over it so that spring dose not get you.
    Wayne
    Wayne,

    Hello and thanks.

    I was out west counting kangaroos all week - so, didnít make any further progress.

    Yes, Iím aware of the need to use some sort of constraining bag when the innards are driven out. Iím planning to have a go at that later in the week when I get back onto the job.

    Cheers,

    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4bee View Post
    I have also read somewhere that it is advised to pull an old sock over it & wire that down tight on the body.

    Have never seen one fire off but I can imagine the mess it would make if the guts hit you.
    Hello again.

    Yes, the folklore on this part of the operation is fairly confronting. Hopefully, it will prove to be overstated.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3ute View Post
    Hello again.

    Yes, the folklore on this part of the operation is fairly confronting. Hopefully, it will prove to be overstated.

    Cheers,

    Neil

    It does tend to imply that one needs a change of under wear & some new standby DAKs hanging up in the grudge for the just in case event doesn't it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3ute View Post
    Hello again.

    Yes, the folklore on this part of the operation is fairly confronting. Hopefully, it will prove to be overstated.

    Cheers,

    Neil
    I have , just missed my right ear.

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