• David
    21 January 2013 at 21:43 #49972

    It has become very quiet here since December, is there a new trendy site to use? Or are all Lagondas and their owners hibernating?

    22 January 2013 at 11:43 #49973

    I was just thinking the same thing!
    I think a more obvious link on the new Lagonda Club website would help.
    Best Regards

    22 January 2013 at 12:34 #49974

    It is a very busy time of year…

    There can also be a lack of response sometimes when a member posts something, any response is better than none – though any comments should always be constructive.

    Just a thought.

    Peter S30
    22 January 2013 at 15:43 #49975

    Me too, I am not hibernating but extremely busy at work plus it is to cold in my garage. Something I want to look at next would be the master brake cylinder in my V12

    22 January 2013 at 19:37 #49976

    Hi Peter,
    If your V12 is like mine, you will find the long bolts holding the master cylinder will not come out because the torsion bar is in the way! I’m sure this is evidence of a “let’s add unnecessary difficulty and complexity” ethos at the factory. So as with most things Lagonda V12, you have to do several major jobs first in order to complete a minor one. There is of course plenty of room to withdraw the bolts if they’d been inserted the other way. I ended up just making a tool to clean the master cylinder in situ.

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