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    hi people any photos form the cit in ??

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    Just got back to Melb, had a great time, visiting people tomorrow so I'll up my images on Tuesday :-) I'm sure someone might upload sooner.
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    CitroŽn's that own me

    - 2008 C5 X7 Tourer (Estate) 2.7 DoubleTurbo Diesel UHZJ - V6.

    CitroŽn's that formally owned me

    - 1990 BX TRI Estate Manual. .. . "Phoenix" - "Donated to Science"
    - 1990 BX TRI Estate Auto. (Traded In)
    - 1987 BX TRI Hatch.

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    Hi all hope you enjoy.

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    Also just noticed that the whole drivers side disc of the hydraulic pump belt tensioner pulley is missing. Lucky it got us home.

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    It should look like this Cit-in-sk412111.jpg

    Hopefully David should have one as i believe they are the same as on a 205. Will save pincing it from our other TRI.
    CitroŽn's that own me

    - 2008 C5 X7 Tourer (Estate) 2.7 DoubleTurbo Diesel UHZJ - V6.

    CitroŽn's that formally owned me

    - 1990 BX TRI Estate Manual. .. . "Phoenix" - "Donated to Science"
    - 1990 BX TRI Estate Auto. (Traded In)
    - 1987 BX TRI Hatch.

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    Australian Citroen BX - All about the Citroen BX in Oz
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    Thank you for the pictures. A nice and "neutral" summary of what was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipperman View Post
    Just got back to Melb, had a great time, visiting people tomorrow so I'll up my images on Tuesday :-) I'm sure someone might upload sooner.
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    thanks for the pics

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    Hi
    Thanks for the pics .
    That first pic with the D series "ute", SACRBLU indeed
    jaahn

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipperman View Post
    Hi all hope you enjoy.

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    Also just noticed that the whole drivers side disc of the hydraulic pump belt tensioner pulley is missing. Lucky it got us home.

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    Hopefully David should have one as i believe they are the same as on a 205. Will save pincing it from our other TRI.
    Yes, agreed great shots of all Citroens.

    Re the belt tensioner, if you want to "rally prepare" the next one, you may elect to weld the bottom of the folded V. (May want to leave it to a tradesman though.

    Regards,

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAJEA View Post
    Yes, agreed great shots of all Citroens.

    Re the belt tensioner, if you want to "rally prepare" the next one, you may elect to weld the bottom of the folded V. (May want to leave it to a tradesman though.

    Regards,

    John
    I was thinking the same thing... Just head upto a SKF bearing/industrial place and get a universal pulley with a standard bearing within. Just bolt it too that bracket after cutting away the old shaft. Then you can just change the bearing in 30years time if you wear it out again.

    This is what I've done with the CX's A/C belt tensioner.

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    A few of a restored DS23 Pallas and the "Sacrblu" ute.

    (If only I knew how to get the pictures up the right way...)

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    Thanks for the photos guys! In Flipperman's shot of "Sacrublu" there's shades of a 1950s Dodge utility there at first quick glance and perhaps the roof. Is there a second set of doors behind the drivers and front passengers? Look like there was a great assortment of Cits...

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    Here's a few more of the Ute and others. Yes, it had back doors (it was originally a Safari) but I'm not sure if they were used or not.

    I'm also not sure if it has passed scrutiny in the first ute pick

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    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLC206 View Post
    Here's a few more of the Ute and others. Yes, it had back doors (it was originally a Safari) but I'm not sure if they were used or not.

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    The back doors were indeed used. Accessed near the front door striker plate, the rear doors open to reveal a beautifully integrated set of tool boxes.

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