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Exhaust route
#1
Hello people
Can anyone help with the exhaust fitting.
Does it go through or over the crossmember ?
What about the back axel.
Is it the same for mk1 and mk2 Ruby
Pictures would be great
Regards
           Tim
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#2
(10-01-2019, 08:40 PM)Tiger Wrote: Hello people
Can anyone help with the exhaust fitting.
Does it go through or over the crossmember ?
What about the back axel.
Is it the same for mk1 and mk2 Ruby
Pictures would be great
Regards
           Tim
Tim, from the front: [Image: Under_Front.JPG] and back: [Image: Under_Rear.JPG] . Sorry, I didn't take one of the axle area. That's my Mk I Ruby. Through the crossmember, anyhow. Mike

Edit: Zoom in on the picture from the front. Looks like it went over the axle.
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#3
Thanks Mike
Just what I wanted.
The forum always works !

I have just been watching Star Wars.
This probably sounds daft.
BUT
“LET THE FORUM BE WITH YOU”

Sorry I am just a bit of a nutter
Regards
Tim
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#4
Left hand drive? With two front brake ropes, very interesting.

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#5
Well spotted, Ruairidh! From the second photo it looks like it's got a pre-1930 uncoupled handbrake assembly.
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#6
That is correct for LHD - wonderfully antiquated isn’t it?

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#7
I've gone to the workshop to peer under my Ruby, the exhaust arrangement is the same. The difference, that is too gloomy to photograph just now,  is that the underside of mine shows absolutely no signs of corrosion at all. It does however clearly display the reason for minimal rust, that is the long term marinading in engine oil.
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#8
Oil leaks can be a good thing sometimes ?
My problem I ask questions that other people don't like?
Like have you got that for an investment or for fun?
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