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The workhorse
Just realised I've not really put any pics up on the forum yet, So I'll do a quick timeline. Its a 2004 Peugeot Partner 600LX (2.0 HDI) Paid £2000 last summer, it had about 105k on the clock (now upto 121k!) but bugger-all S/H, so the first job was get it in for a timing belt!

As I bought it

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Then fitted some new discs/pads and calipers off a 306 XSI, as the standard brakes were knackered! Oh and some roofbars as I need to carry ladders and the bike about.

Fitted my old Lenso RS5's, though these didn't last long as the tracking killed both front tyres Sad

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Had the tracking done (it was miles out!) and back on went the 14" steelies (AKA the roller skate wheels ha ha!) Gave them a quick (and I mean preperation done to them) whip over with the satin black spray paint

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Then had an argument with a metal bollard Sad

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Clutch went Sad

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Bodges Big Grin (Handle snapped...Still to fix this one)

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Bought some 8.5x15" Weller steelies on Ebay

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Test fit of the wellers...Got poke?

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Had the coilovers fitted by RickyP RPM

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Future plans..Summer service,Stage 1 remap and fix that bloody handle! De-badge it this weekend hopefully, Get the wellers re-furbed and fitted, Black mask the spare headlights I now have and find a Berlingo grill to have a go at de-badging sometime. I'd like all this to be sorted for French Car Show ideally, but we'll see as time and money is tight!

Shiney new number plates have arrived too Big Grin Gonna get them on this weekend if the weather plays ball.

'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

[-] The following 2 users say Thank You to PeteA for this post:
  • nil by mouth, taxi
Pete Looks good any more info or the headlight tinting as i want to do mine asap
That bicycle looks very heavy
Nah its quite light by hardtail MTB standards, one of the main reasons I bought it! I'll do a quick write up about the headlights when I do them..Gonna do them at a mates as the lady of the house wont let me put car parts in the oven lol.
'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

Many thanks dude , nice to see a few pics with a bit of a tale to tell , fair play to you sir Confusedalut:
You've modded your brush-mate too I see :thumbsup:
Very nice
Cheers guys, mudflaps are now gone as they were catching on everything Big Grin Its de-badged with pressed plates now too.
'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

think im getting pressed plates
Mine cost just shy of £30 from Ebay..road legal too!
'04 Peugeot Partner HDi LX. Lows, Leaks and Wellers. Now matt grey and dent free Smile

Eagerly awaiting more pictures Big Grin
How much is it lowered by? i`ve been trying to find someone in the midlands to lower mine, where did you buy your springs from,

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