newbie

#1
thought i would intro myself,, before i post and look around , we are power steering specialists and have an interest in all classic cars
 

PeterZRH

Well-Known Member
#3
Well, I don't know whether the mods are so keen on advertising but I'm betting given *SOME OF* the Rover owning demographic this might be a good thing to be aware of!
 
#5
PeterZRH said:
Well, I don't know whether the mods are so keen on advertising but I'm betting given *SOME OF* the Rover owning demographic this might be a good thing to be aware of!
cheers for the advice,, i dont want to rub anyone the wrong way :wink:
 

PeterZRH

Well-Known Member
#6
I personally find retro-fitting new tech to make these viable into the future utterly fascinating. I enjoyed the video. Clever stuff.

Anything that gets old cars actually used should be welcome IMHO!
 
#7
PeterZRH said:
I personally find retro-fitting new tech to make these viable into the future utterly fascinating. I enjoyed the video. Clever stuff.

Anything that gets old cars actually used should be welcome IMHO!
thanks peter glad u like the video, iam no speilberg but i hope it give enough info and shows our set up in a true light :mrgreen:
 

rockdemon

Administrator
Staff member
#8
People are welcome to post a what we do type post here, and to post offers. I'd ask that it's not too in your face, and that if anyone has negative feedback for a company they come to me after speaking to the company to try and sort it.

Thanks,

Rich.
 
#9
Just seen the P4 video & it seems an efficient & good value system for those cars, especially as a large proportion of that demographic are advancing in years & radials apparently make the steering considerably heavier when parking.

P4's never had a power-steering option & normally demand a fairly complicated & expensive conversion, compared to the P6 & possibly the P5.
 

arthuy

Well-Known Member
#10
I think posts like this are good for the members.

Not sure how it would fit the P6 but the P4 looks like a good improvement.

If you do a P6 post up some pictures and details. I am sure the the CRF members wouldnt object.

Colin
 
#11
arthuy said:
I think posts like this are good for the members.

Not sure how it would fit the P6 but the P4 looks like a good improvement.

If you do a P6 post up some pictures and details. I am sure the the CRF members wouldnt object.

Colin
hi , we can make our steering to suit nearly anything out there , check out http://www.easysteer.co.uk and we have lots of videos on https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB35A628D30AE6A4D but if anyone want a chat to discuss options please feel free to give us a bell
 
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