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1 Problem number one on the yellow car was unexpected – getting the wheels off! The locking wheel nuts were a three pin design and this was the tool for removing them. As you can see, it has been badly deformed in the past. It was touch and go, but we got them off – then bought a new set of locking nuts with a new tool!

2 The dust shield on the nearside rear was a little deformed and the disc rusty where it hadn’t been swept by the pads, but

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