Rover Revivals Revival

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Just picked up an entire van load of mgf Mg tf bits that will be loaded to the RR online store shortly which obviously includes a lot of k series items like throttle bodies.

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about time i updated this as not everyone uses instagram or facebook.

Our equipment levels have quadrupled with massive game-changing equipment

We have finally got a 4 wheel laser alignment tool, seeing as almost every car that comes in needs it.
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We upgraded our diagnostic machine for all our #notjustrover customers which we are currently working on integrating pscan into it bus as android is not natively supported its a bit of a challenge.
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We finally have a plasma cutter, which is the most awesome tool ive used this year.
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We also have the facility to tig weld (almost) anything now thanks to our miller syncrowave 250 water-cooled tig machine, pretty sure they used this to land the space shuttle.
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and our baby bandsaw for those tricky precise cuts that the grinders just can't do well
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So fair to say our metal fabrication side has definitely had some presents this qtr.

will upgrade again after chrismas.
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It's lovely to see your business go from strength to strength, and develop further and further
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Thanks, as per our ethos at the beginning, I’ll happily turn any money the company has into new features that mean we can offer even more services so we never have to deal with over priced jobs because they don’t want to work on it.
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I enjoy seeing your business get new equipment
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I enjoy getting new equipment, it makes such a difference in what we are capable of doing. If you keep up with our Instagram or Facebook page it’s things like the 3ft metal bender helping us replace the front guttering on a mk1 827 or the band saw help with an arch liner repair due to it being a complex shape. So much more equipment I want though, just glad the other side of the business is doing well as well as that’s the one that actually pays my wages…*laughs*
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Yh, and it will be more appealing to first time customers like I will plan to send my rover in the new year at some point
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I want to send my latest 214 to get it's windscreen rust sorted once I've done the cooling system & brakes, will need the screen removing and possible [probable] derusting/ fabrication Craig.
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Mr Teddy Bear wrote: Thu Dec 09, 2021 1:54 pm I want to send my latest 214 to get it's windscreen rust sorted once I've done the cooling system & brakes, will need the screen removing and possible [probable] derusting/ fabrication Craig.
Not a problem, done it a few times now but there is a queue atm, id need to add you to the list for when there is an opening.

Here's a particularly tricky 827 i recently did.
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Finished in primer as its off to paint once there is a space
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