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  1. I seem to have issues putting up more than 3 or 4 pictures whilst some posts have several don't know how you do this but never mind So machined prop flange Took 18mm of it Now when built up I can shorten diff splined shaft by 28mm or just over an inch in old money Doesn't sound a lot but I need every bit I can get with trying to put the 404's under a short wheelbase regards Stephen
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  2. I have one of ghounds rear doors and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. They really are lovely but bloody heavy if you're hanging it on your own ! Mo
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  3. There £275, my standard heavy duty galvanised doors are £250.
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  4. I've been on the road with it, no vibration or unsteadiness. The GPS works fine. All good. Job done.
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  5. Give a small lift and reduce noise transfer from the axles.
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  6. No, I left that in, but would have taken it out had I thought about it at the time. Bit harder to do when it's on the car.
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  7. I think that symbol is for the compressor clutch
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  8. The wire colours tell you a lot; I think the red 3-way is fog light plus main beam, so perhaps a warning light or something? Green/brown is a gauge, possibly an optional one, the wiring diagram will tell you.
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  9. I tend to buy extra 25x25 box and angle, 6mm and 8mm round rod (dirt cheap) and maybe 25mm flat strip. Larger box/angle sections (EG 50x50) can be useful but it starts to add up a bit quick as the weight increases.
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  10. ... but that would have added a pound to the cost of making the vehicle, Dave ! Mo
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  11. The other mod I did at the same time was to add relays for the headlights. Those yellow relay holders just clip together, so I got 2 more of them, swapped a few wires around down at the fuse box, and added in a dedicated power feed for each. Probably how LR should have done it originally.
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  12. Rbc100111 fit fine on defender front.
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  13. I only just noticed the auto-incorrect change of Hammerite to Hammerstein. 🙄 Sorry about that - you seem to know what I meant. 🙂
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  14. I am currently fitting a new chassis to my 90 and fitted ANR2938 to all four springs only yesterday. 😁
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  15. I forgot i wrote this ages ago. Should have posted it here.... Disconnect battery Using the diagram(s) showing the six way switch. Get to the back of the six way. Find the two red wires. Get to the back of the six way. Find the Blue Wire Get to the back of the six way. Find the Brown Wire Get to the back of the six way. Find the Brown/White Wire Cut off the six way. Completely remove it. Tape up the Red/Brown Wire (you can still feed this with a switch and live to make the convoy light at the rear work) Might be good for a work light?? Extend the Brown wire to behind the s
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  16. Yes I did this mod on my 200 loom. I can't help with the red connector, but the only wire you need to keep is the blue/red, cut and join either side of the relay. The rest of them can go in the bin. I was quite surprised at how much I took out.
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  17. I'm doing mine Blue so I'll be looking in. I reckon our 'Bearded-brethren' covered engine-paint not long back. Hang on... Yep: https://www.series2club.co.uk/new_forum/index.php/topic,2967.0.html If they knew? You'd need to putting in a dynamo to keep some of them happy. Duck-egg on a 5MB? Oh dear, oh dear.
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  18. I’ve seen that red connector on mine but can’t for the life of me think where it is. From roughly on your loom where would it go?
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  19. PaulMc is great on these later looms, I bet he would know what its for. Yes just join the 2 blue/red wires to retain the normal dip headlight function.
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  20. the plain brown comes from a joint off the main light switch & the brown/green goes to the dim dip relay from the resistor. see page 20/32 in http://www.legionlandrover.com/manuales/electrical schemes - defender 300 tdi.pdf upper part of diagram, the dim dip relay is on this page as well. I don't know what that red 3 pin connector is for, can't see anything like it in the above 300tdi wiring diagrams.
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  21. I just have one of those little cheap Bluetooth speakers from Amazon (was about £12) but it has a microsd and FM built in as well. Never figured out the FM but the sound is very impressive for something about 2" in diameter and 3" tall. Lasts for about 2 days on its battery or you can just leave it plugged in to a USB charger. I just have some music on a microsd and take it outside if I'm chopping wood or working outside. Sits in the JCB or various workshops (because I have that problem at the moment ).
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  22. ...Or just get a VDO gauge and sender if you actually want to know how hot it is.
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  23. AMR3321 BLACK TOP ONLY WORKS WITH 300TDI DEFENDER GAUGE 1994-1998. AMR3321 BLACK TOP WONT WORK WITH “ORIGINAL DEFENDER GAUGE” FROM A 19J AMR1425 GREEN TOP WONT WORK WITH ANY DEFENDER GAUGE FROM ANY YEAR UNLESS TD5 DASH FITTED.
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  24. At a bare minimum post up a link to the advert and/or as many pictures etc. as you can and we'll all take the mickey out of it for free
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