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Thanks Ian Brett, Andrew Warren and Calum Fraser #746668
02/07/22 04:40 PM
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I have just completed a few housekeeping tasks, namely a changed fuel pump and new rear wheel sprocket and wheel bearings. All the tasks made so much easier by the superb guidance given in the write ups by Ian, Andrew and Calum. I don’t underestimate the effort it takes to document these tasks, especially for the benefit of others.
Bravo gentlemen. clap


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Re: Thanks Ian Brett, Andrew Warren and Calum Fraser [Re: IMHO] #746670
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Originally Posted by IMHO
I have just completed a few housekeeping tasks, namely a changed fuel pump and new rear wheel sprocket and wheel bearings. All the tasks made so much easier by the superb guidance given in the write ups by Ian, Andrew and Calum. I don’t underestimate the effort it takes to document these tasks, especially for the benefit of others.
Bravo gentlemen. clap


I would second this good thought, the help provided by the members in this Forum makes it possible to own a M3W.

Thank you one and all.

Re: Thanks Ian Brett, Andrew Warren and Calum Fraser [Re: IMHO] #746702
03/07/22 12:11 AM
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+2 from me, this is what TM is all about, or should be......


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Re: Thanks Ian Brett, Andrew Warren and Calum Fraser [Re: IMHO] #746804
04/07/22 10:41 AM
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Another Thanks from me - this forum has proven to an incredible resource of guidance, tips and information that have enabled me to keep a very early M3W running and performing better than when it left MMC.

I am always appreciative of the considerable time and effort invested by other members, happy to document & share their findings and procedures so clearly.
In fact I will shortly be following (again) the instructions for rear wheel removal - to fit a new tyre, replace the brake cylinder & another new wheel bearing whilst I'm there.
Without the knowledge/confidence gained over many years of ownership, supported by TM, I doubt that I would be undertaking this work myself.

Thanks to all
Andrew.


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