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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by djp30djp » Wed Feb 06, 2008 2:48 pm

Welton wrote:You got yourself a mini-fleet 8)
& thats only the "Execs", there's also a 406 LX HDIestate, a Xsara HDI estate, a Xsara 110 HDI Auto & a Xsara 1.9TD Hatch in the "stable" along with a Land Rover, a Camper & a Couple of 'bikes.
As I do All the maintainance myself they keep me out of mischief :wink: :wink: .
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by mav » Mon Feb 11, 2008 2:41 am

djp30djp wrote:
Welton wrote:You got yourself a mini-fleet 8)
& thats only the "Execs", there's also a 406 LX HDIestate, a Xsara HDI estate, a Xsara 110 HDI Auto & a Xsara 1.9TD Hatch in the "stable" along with a Land Rover, a Camper & a Couple of 'bikes.
As I do All the maintainance myself they keep me out of mischief :wink: :wink: .
with that many french cars, i guess it keeps you in the breakers yard looking for various bits to bastardise :!:
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by djp30djp » Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:00 am

No, in fact I have never found a 406 or Xsara in our local breakers, wish I could.
Mind you I havn't really needed anything that I could get from a breaker, except a door mirror, & the chances of finding a D9 exec in a breakers must be slim.
Only really needed "service items" like brakes, tyres,exhausts & radiators, all of which I got cheap enough of the internet.
All a little worrying though, have I been lucky so far? Are they ALL about to self destuct in the near future? Let's hope not.
And the "eldest" with 160000 on the clock feels the same as the "youngest" with only 80000 showing, in fact if anything it's quicker, I reckon it's 'cos they're not properly "run in" till 100000.
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Welly » Mon Feb 11, 2008 11:16 am

I believe that apart from cambelt changes and bottom pullies then the key to good service from your pug engine is just to simply pop the bonnet once a week and check it over.

Listen for any noises, check all the fluids, are there any leaks anywhere? etc.etc.

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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by steve_earwig » Mon Feb 11, 2008 12:20 pm

Surest of all would be to stick it in your garage and walk everywhere...
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Andreus84 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 11:52 pm

Here's my pug, my 1.8 16v

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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by linukas » Tue Feb 12, 2008 4:12 am

and mine, hope you don't kick me out :mrgreen:
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by steve_earwig » Tue Feb 12, 2008 8:24 am

Is parking a problem in Lithuania? :P :cheesy:

That looks bluddy amazing! How on earth did you do that? Why on earth did you do that???
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Prologue » Wed Feb 13, 2008 7:35 am

and mine, hope you don't kick me out too!! :oops:
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by TooT » Wed Feb 13, 2008 8:31 am

Holy sh*t :shock: That looks awsome 8)

What size rims? Got to be 19,s
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Welly » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:01 am

Very, very nice the coupe and the black saloon. Well done! 8)

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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Prologue » Thu Feb 14, 2008 10:17 am

TooT wrote:Holy sh*t :shock: That looks awsome 8)

What size rims? Got to be 19,s
You're right!
Welton wrote:Very, very nice the coupe and the black saloon. Well done! 8)

I think I've just found a new wallpaper for my computer (if you don't mind)
If you like it, Welton, check another pics!!! :cheesy:
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by niz406 » Sat Feb 16, 2008 12:12 pm

wow..... I just sprayed the screen and keyboard..... oh I hit the ceiling too ! ! ! YUCK !

That looks great lowered with those rims.... how does she handle???

Rim dimensions and trye profile please ???

8 x 19/ 8.5 x 19 / 9 x 19 | 235/35/19???????
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Prologue » Tue Feb 26, 2008 5:39 am

F: 8x19, 215/35 ZR19

R: 9x19, 235/35 ZR19
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Re: Pic of your Peugeot.

Post by Black Pearl » Fri Feb 29, 2008 4:02 pm

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Took at work with a camera phone a while back, not much has changed other than a laguna front splitter has been added ( i'll post it up here when its a bit cleaner )
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The Powerplant, need i say more ?

Ill upload some more soon when the weathers on my side.

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