I prefer a dirty boxclive you could have polished your backbox before the photos :lol:
I use loads of coppergrease, but I didn't include it in the how to as it is personal choice.Excellent how-to. One thing I usually do my classic MGs when doing this type of work is to smear the exposed threads with grease if only to make my life easier the next time I have to undo them.
What are your views on using copper grease on the threads during re-assembly? I tend to not where they have to be torqued up but I do if the nut is castellated with split pin or on less critical nuts/bolts such as exhaust mounts, etc.
Yep, sorry about that.Just for your info , the text is completely invisible for us light skin users
I assume its another good how to though.
I wasn't worriedYou wouldn't have to worry about breaking the brake disc retaining screws so much if your replacing the hubs! As you can just leave the broken screw in the old hub.
I love you!!Can you see if you can see it now mate.
Things I do for you.