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Just now, andrewm said:

Ive got a threaded rod with brass press cups that i bought as the e39 rear ball joint tool from the UK. Is the touring the same?

Tool looks like the one in attached image for ‘ball joints’ also in image. 

 

 

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Yep those balljoints are the same across all e39’s.

i’ll Pm ya.

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Now have a hub puller set in Auckland available (can ship). A seriously useful tool if you're doing hubs or bearings.

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Anyone in the Hamilton area have a multimeter I can borrow for an afternoon friday or Saturday this week. Need to test my battery 

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A multi meter will only give you voltage. It will not do a load test which is what you need to do after charging it for at least 24hrs. If its over three years old...replace it

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Anyone around palmy/wellington have a clutch fan pulley tool?

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Looking for a pressure tester to find a small coolant leak. 
 

Located auckland 

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@qube I have one you can borrow.

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Looking to borrow/hire trailing arm bushing tool to remove and press in new bushings. Also for other rear ball joints/bushes.

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12 minutes ago, Secniv said:

Looking to borrow/hire trailing arm bushing tool to remove and press in new bushings. Also for other rear ball joints/bushes.

@zero, @BatMansWilly

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Looking to borrow a bearing separator to do my e30’s rear wheel bearings 

happy to pay tracked postage to/from

thanks

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21 minutes ago, modz said:

Looking to borrow a bearing separator to do my e30’s rear wheel bearings 

happy to pay tracked postage to/from

thanks

What size? Mine's 75mm to 105mm... more than welcome to borrow it if it will fit (assuming I can find it!).

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Hi.

Has anyone in Hamilton got a socket (or tool) I can borrow to undo the output shaft nut a Getrag 260 gearbox?  I've tried the ones out of my socket set, but they're not deep enough and interfere with the output shaft.

 

Cheers.

Dean.

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If anyone needs the following I have them for hire at reasonable rates:

- Engine brace (sits across your engine bay) to do sump, subframe etc work

- Engine stand 

- Panel stand with foam tops usually have 1-2 of these available

Pick up in Howick and bond required

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2 hours ago, BreakMyWindow said:

Anyone have a wiper arm puller i could borrow?

I realise there's a proper tool but I just use a two or three arm puller depending which will fit. I have a puller set you can use.

 

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1 hour ago, M3AN said:

I realise there's a proper tool but I just use a two or three arm puller depending which will fit. I have a puller set you can use.

 

Yeah i used a 2 jaw on the M5’s one... easy as. On the wagon though, have tried 2 jaw pullers (now bent) wd40, heat, love taps, prying. No joy. Need the proper tool i think.

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