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#1 Bec

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 06:32 PM

We're trying to cut down on topics being put in the wrong section - it may get missed/ ignored or difficult to find if it's posted in the wrong area so if you're unsure please check other sections of TMF to see if it should be posted there first. The forum sections are as follows:

Mini Chat:

- Introduce yourself
- Mini Chat
- Mini Multimedia: Show 'n' Shine, Videos, Digital Mini
- Links


Taffy's Tardis:

- Rare mini Video Clips
- Original Archive, Specialist and Limited Edition Tech and Info
- Mini Memorabilia


Website Related:

- Forum Feedback and Questions


Mini Technical Sections:

- Problems, Questions and Technical
- Injection Mini Specific - SPi/MPi
- Bodywork, Paint and Detailing
- Styling
- I.C.E. & Security & ICE build project area
- Forced Induction
- Frequently Asked Questions:

Engine Transmission and Tuning

Brakes, Steering and Suspension

Exterior

Interior

Wheels and Tyres

ICE and Security

Miscellaneous



Projects:

- Complete Mini Rebuilds
- Mini Engine Projects
- Engine Conversions:

Vauxhall

Honda

Rover

Suzuki

Motorbike

Other

- Any Other Projects


The Z Cars Garage

- Z Cars General Chat
- Z Cars Projects
- Z Cars Technical and Problems
- Z Cars Meets And Races
- Z Cars For Sale and Wanted


Meets and Events - Including the BH2N Retro Run

- Brands Hatch to Nurburgring Retro Run & BH2NR - Posts from Previous Years
- General Meets and Events Including Charity Rallies and TMF Club Stand Events


TMF Regional Sections

- United Kingdom and Ireland
- Europe
- North America
- Australia


Classifieds And Consumers Area

- For Sale
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- Traders and Buyers Area:

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Trader's Products and Services

Product and Services Reviews

Product and Services Enquiries

- Valuations Area
- Insurance Area
- Stolen Mini Alerts
- Freebies
- SwapShop

- eBid and eBay links


Non Mini Chat

- General Chat
- Off Topic Banter


Please note if you post a topic in the wrong section it may be removed completely from TMF in an effort to prevent people constantly posting in the wrong area. Please also search either through the forum itself or google to see if your topic has already been covered.

#2 minimarco

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 06:43 PM

Wait... what do you have for sale?

#3 Bec

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 06:44 PM

If you look at my topics in the for sale section you'll see ;)

#4 Bec

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:18 AM

Following on from this, people who continually post questions in mini chat instead of the right area will receive a warning and a ban from posting for a while. It's too time consuming to continually be moving posts between forums when there's so much other stuff that needs doing.

#5 motomate

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:32 AM

people are just trying to talk and get comments

Edited by motomate, 09 February 2013 - 12:32 AM.


#6 MaxAndPaddy

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:35 AM

:lol: ....Noah you are priceless

#7 motomate

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:39 AM

thank you i do try

#8 jimgreen

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 05:24 PM

why need 150 posts before can post in forsale section?..

#9 sonikk4

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 07:14 PM

why need 150 posts before can post in forsale section?..


This is to stop people from just using and abusing the for sale section, sell their item or items and then disappear. If you are serious about using the forum and contributing to it then purchase TMF+ membership. that way you can also take advantage of the discounts as well.

#10 ABikePeddler

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 04:55 AM

This is my first post... I have read through the posting guidelines and am trying to post a question regarding installing new door latches in my 59' Mini but the section for such a post says I cannot post a new topic in that section.  Not sure what to do...

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated....

 

Eric

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#11 sonikk4

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 06:36 AM

This is my first post... I have read through the posting guidelines and am trying to post a question regarding installing new door latches in my 59' Mini but the section for such a post says I cannot post a new topic in that section.  Not sure what to do...
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated....
 
Eric
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You need to post your question in Problems Questions and Technical. You should be able to start a new thread in there.

#12 petey81

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 08:17 PM

what about job lots????

do i put in each category?



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Posted 26 September 2013 - 08:23 PM

what about job lots????

do i put in each category?

 

Yes you do as this has been mentioned before.



#14 jaydee

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 08:28 PM

Remember lads we also have a motorsport section now :)



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Posted 31 January 2016 - 02:26 AM

Hello all.

I have a 1992 Cooper 13i some hate these models but i think if you get a good one there is no tunning involed.Its taken me approx Two years to get this to the standard it's at right now but Ive finished it and looking pretty cool.

 

Ive done all thebody  prep work my self and all the mecahnical work left the re spray to a pro sprayer but i;m very pleased with the outcome.

Its great fun to drive but i get cheesed off when it comes round to M.O.T Time ..you definately need to find a garage who appreciates the old Classics or you will get pothetic refusal excuses.

 

The previous year this same car failed on having the original ball joints from Mini Spares failed ..they made me fit Nylon lock nuts and Passed this ..This was probaly illegal as they failed to reconise a TAPER locking system .(fitted the originals back) You can read my Thread Got a lot of attention and good advise here appreciated.
 

This year another garage I thought i would try  failed me on" Failing To Display VIN TAG" which they would not and flat out refused to restest or pass my Car.as they would not acknowledge the Vin tag which is rivitted to the o/s inner wing. They said i would have to apply to the "Ministry" There words  to get this approved.Never heard such rubbiish in over 30 years of motoring.

 

So I had made some enquires in my area Bromley Kent I found a decent garage which actually do appreciate the old classics and had NO Problems My MINI passed with NO Advisories this year ...so I can just relax for another year now.

I will try  to get some photos up soon they need to be re -sized to get onto this forum.

Cheers all

Joe.
 

 

 

 






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