CCCNSW Technical Day - tomorrow Sunday 27 May.
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    Default CCCNSW Technical Day - tomorrow Sunday 27 May.

    Check out the CCCNSW technical day tomorrow (SUNDAY)

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    LHM Sphere testing and regassing will be there as usual for CCCNSW

    New to Citroens?
    Come along and meet some of the club, club membership on the day too. BBQ lunch.

    see CCCNSW website.
    or head to Club sponsors, Schenk & Co. Smash Repairs, 1 Alban St, Lidcombe - off Parramatta Rd. between 10-2
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    Another great day.

    2 x DS sphere sets checked/re-gassed (although one set were dead and need new diaphragms) but he had spares to get him home.
    2 x Xantia had various things done. One re-gassed all three rear spheres.
    A C5 was hooked to the Lexia and had fault codes read and cleared another C5 had a general inspection on the hoist.
    A C4 Coupe went on the hoist and had a general "Hmmmmm where are the spheres" put over it (and confirmation it had Bosch rear brakes).
    My ID19 sat around and brought the BBQ.
    2 x D Special sat around and looked pretty.
    2 x Big 15 and one pre war? Traction sat around looking good.
    1 x CX2500 sat around.
    1 x GS1220 had its spheres re-gassed.
    Did I miss anyone?

    We all had a basic BBQ lunch/drinks provided by the club.

    Thanks to Schenk and Co. panel shop for the use of excellent facilities.
    Citroen Car Club of New South Wales member.

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    Sounds like a very productive day....

    I took June for a good drive and showed her skirt-lifting party tricks to a couple of friends....

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    Sounds like a good day with manageable numbers.

    We continued work at home getting garden and garage things sorted out.
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    The weather was sunny (BOM forecast cloudy). I took advantage of the hoist to remove the anti-sink sphere and the hydractive sphere from the rear of the Xantia VSX.

    The anti-sink (new 2 years ago) had less than 10 bar, so we added the missing gas to bring it to 50 bar. The hydractive (also 2 years old) was half pressure. I then spent an awful lot of time trying to thread the 8mm pipe into the hydractive sphere, rather than the anti-sink sphere. Once I got the spheres correctly identified it was easy. I think my brains stayed in bed as it was too cold for them to get up this morning.

    The tech days are always great. I have always enjoyed watching other people work.

    John

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