Alright, okay. That’s that finished. Now we can put it back in the front casing just like that. That little sleeve must be stuck on there. So that is like that. Lovely. Quiet as a mouse. Excellent. Back in the hole like that. Now we want this. And I got to stick that on, just where the rear casing is going to go. So it’s in the car like that, hands on the top. So that’s the way the bolts want to go. Winds up with that one. But you could twist the casing and make it hang in different angles. Lot of cars are like that. So, that’s going to go over there like that. So that will go in that position. Got of room for a little bit of movement which is okay. Super. Okay, that’s that. Now what do we want? We want the big sleeve back on there and the little one back on that one. And then, just double check. That one goes on the top. Yes. Alright. It doesn’t pay to rush when you're doing stuff. It will end in tears. That’s that. Brand new alternator cover. Just need to rotate it slowly so all the holes line up, the top casing and the bottom one. Set it in fiddle. Give that a quick spin by hand to make sure it’s in the right place. Yup. Lovely. Now this rectifier comes with screws that came out of it. Things that accompany your bolts. And the small one in there and the big one go in there. Let’s get the socket. Wind them back in. socket will fall off quite a lot. Jumpy. That’s started. Wind them up. Always when you're on tape. Alright, so you must have a patience. I think we call that one nip. Now that one. Its start. Yes, excellent. Alright, okay. I’ll just going to clean the bolts in the wire wheel. So I won't bore you with that, be back in a second and I want to assemble the last bits.