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  1. The grandchildren are here for the week-end, so I am out in the garage at 7.30 a.m. to fit the hub extension and the wire wheel back on the RHS rear. I have to be out with the family at 9.00. The 4x nuts for the hub extension were difficult to start but after 5 mins they were all on and torqued up. The wire wheel was a tight fit which I am happy with but the chrome spinner was impossible to start. After 15 mins with a wire brush I tried another from the spare parts shelf.The spinner went straight on and we drove up the lane with no problems . I thought that the extensions were all the same and it was the spinners that had left and right threads according to which side they were marked for. So how are the threaded extension and spinners made to work on the correct side. No rain here in Sussex and away up the downs with 3 dogs,TR working, great Sunday morning. Thanks Richard and B.
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