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  1. #11 Re: YKC Sierra Owners' group 
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    Hi Ben, The UJ used on the Cabrio (Sierra steering and Sierra rack) is Leyland part no 145377 or Brown brothers part no PSSC1113. I am certain it can only be the same on the Sierra based YKC.
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    Hi Danny, thanks for thatGeoffrey says hello!
    Last edited by b_caswell; 17-09-2013 at 10:23 AM.
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    Hello there Ben, I don't know whether Danny mentioned that I might go to Donnington, unfortunately something came up that changed my plans.
    However to the point of the response the UJ joint is the standard Sierra part and the original shaft was just lengthened this could be done by YKC but I did my own - The joint is available from Car Builder Solutions

    http://www.cbsonline.co.uk/product/S...angle_end_UJP3

    PRESSED STEEL UNIVERSAL JOINT WITH FORD SIERRA TRIANGLE END
    One end has the popular 14mm (9/16") x 36 female spline and the other end will accept a
    triangular shaft as on Ford Sierra columns.
    Overall length 120mm x 60mm maximum rotating diameter.
    M8 thread in 'V'd section clamp. Weight 535 gmsp>
    PRESSED STEEL UNIVERSAL JOINT WITH FORD SIERRA TRIANGLE END #UJP3

    Ihope this helps
    Michael
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    yep - what Danny and Michael said
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    It still seems there is more than one option as different builders went different ways so when I find out which one it has I will report back.
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    Ben did your contact get a result, as I had no reply to my suggestion.
    Assuming it arrived with you , I can't see it!
    Michael
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  7. #17 Re: YKC Sierra Owners' group 
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    Hi Michael......His joint seems to be the short cast one...Its a case of the guy who has the car has someone looking at the problem for him and as it was a warning on the recent MOT it will be a job for the future. If the CBS item is not the correct one he has the option of a nearby company that actually makes these things.
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  8. #18 Re: YKC Sierra Owners' group 
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    looks like a great road trip. you can't beat fresh air motoring when the weathers right. i'm currently waiting for my insurance broker to confirm my new car's insured so i can go and collect it. i'm living in the dordogne region of france and we're having a nice spell of weather that i hope will continue for a few more weeks so i can sort out any problems i find (always some, aren't there).
    Romero-C438-TMO.jpg
    does anyone recognise this car? reg no C438TMO declared new in 1985 but 1st reg 1999? i'd love to find out some of it's history.
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    Hi Can anyone assist with a "YKC" grill or front body badge?, Peter Dutton
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    Unfortunately its unlikely any still exist. However, you can use a company like coppers https://www.madebycooper.co.uk/produ...ist/car-badges to get one made (other people about too, like fattorini - i guess google is your friend here). If you can get in touch with Steve Himsworth (he's on this site) he may know if any still exist from the original tooling.
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