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Anderzander

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  1. On 8/6/2019 at 9:54 AM, tommobot said:

    Quick querry, we currently have a old 'one ten' with a 200tdi and a load of aftermarket sound insulation thrown at it.. 

    I love it, its simple and reliable but mrs tommobot hates it...

    Steerting to vauge, no 'power' and gearbox as sloppy as anything and far to loud (apparently)

    I've only ever driven a 200tdi's and a V8 RRC hybrid.

    Is a TD5 era 110, or TDCi comparable to a 'normal' car in anyway shape or form...?

    Or... Is a Discovery a better bet? - I would love a Discovery 3 but just... The fear....  

     

     

    I’d start with looking at that steering - I don’t think it should be vague.

    All the ones I’ve driven, that haven’t had knackered joints have had really positive steering.

     

    One other option for your wife is to buy a series... My wife used to say my Td5 90 was really noisy and agricultural, 1000 miles in the series 1 later and she regularly comments on how smooth and quiet the 90 is.


  2. On 8/15/2019 at 3:16 PM, Nonimouse said:

    I have a genuine Warn motor for an M8000, rebuilt some time back. It's yours if you can get it collected form Somerset

    Hi Nonimouse - I missed your reply!

    Not sure how to get it picked up, but that sound fantastic....

    Stephen


  3. The airtop in my 80” is about 7000 BTU I think, and albeit in a small space, that’s hot enough to dry wet clothes, burn your hand, and find I have a dry mouth when my daughter has secretly turned it up a notch.


  4. 46 minutes ago, Snagger said:

    A hammer, a suitably thin but sturdy punch and a couple of blocks or bricks to stand the hinge body halves on will do.

    That bent my punches ....😮

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