NSW 11th-12th October (weekend) Tom's Tech Time

Discussion in 'Coming Events' started by TheKidd, Sep 23, 2014.

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  1. TheKidd

    TheKidd New Member

    Hi guys,

    I will be holding a tech weekend on the 11th and 12th of October.

    I will supply food/beer/accommodation for all those interested in lending a hand.

    The location is East Seaham, NSW 2324.

    The work I would like to have done is:
    Replace O2 sensors,
    Replace diff,
    Repair oil leak from sump.

    If there is anything else that could be done during these tasks, I am more then happy to do those as well, please send me your ideas!

    I do not have very many tools, or a hoist, or floor jacks or ramps, as this is my first attempt at bringing a zed back to its glory.

    The car is a 92 manual NA.

    All help would be greatly appreciated!

    Please contact me on 0423 157 592 to register your interest

    Thanks a lot guys,

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  2. mholt

    mholt Member

    this is bathurst w/end
  3. East Coast Z

    East Coast Z Well-Known Member

    Your list of tasks is quite extensive & perhaps a little ambitious to be completed over a weekend.
    Especially considering the lack of tools & equipment.
    Whilst forum members enjoy repairing their cars, very few are prepared to work on other people's cars for nothing as well as supply the tools to do it.
    Perhaps a little more information on the repairs could attract more responses.
    For example the oil leak at the sump could be as simple as tightening the drain plug, or removing the engine to access the sump for replacement.
  4. shineyzx

    shineyzx Member

    Hey, oil leak is rear sump and/or rear main. I will be supplying tools, jack, stands ect.
    If its not completed over the weekend ill be working the following weekd. We will appreciate any help to get it started
    Edit- ill even bring a tv so we can watch/listen to the 1000 ;)
  5. mikemd

    mikemd New Member

    "... very few are prepared to work on other people's cars for nothing as well as supply the tools to do it."
    I always thought that was the whole idea of Tech Days?? Helping out fellow Zedders with little or no money and/or experience...!! Sorta 'what goes around, comes around...??
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