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  1. mpb

    What Tyres

    Have a look at the Cooper ST maxx. A nice all terrain tyre.
  2. It’s that time again when I need a couple of new tyres. im currently running 235 85 R 16 STT’s but was thinking of changing to the ST Maxx. They remind me of the old BFG Trac Edge. Is anyone running a set and how do you rate them. I spend most of my time on road but do tow large trailers across fields. cheers Martin
  3. There's a Hobbyweld stockist in Leek that does rent free gas. Martin
  4. Is this any help? http://forums.lr4x4.com/index.php?showtopic=44438
  5. Use the lashing eye to pack the JATE ring out so it fits snugly to the chassis.
  6. Dave, I got a DIN mount bracket from Thunderpole for my CB. It fits in the radio slot on the front of my Mobile Storage System Cubby Box. HTH
  7. I've got to pairs of these from Halfords http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_175953_langId_-1_categoryId_165719 I have cut the ends off one set & put Anderson Connectors on & cut the other set a meter back from the end & put on another couple of Andersons. This gives me 9 Mtrs of lead that I can use in different combinations. Ive used these for Jump Starting a fiends Horse Lorry. Martin
  8. Could some one please give me the part numbers for the left & right hand side vented front calipers for a L reg Defender 110. The Vin number is SALLDHMF7MA941372 Many thanks
  9. diagram by landymanluke on here You need to put a diode in the wire feeding pin 85 from main beam. That way when you turn the fogs on by themselves they can't turn on main beam.
  10. Thanks for the replies chaps. It look's like WBP with lots of varnish then. Many thanks Martin
  11. I need to replace the floor of my 8 x 4 ifor trailer. Currently it's got a phenolic plywood floor that got a couple of holes in. The trailer lives out in the weather all year round, so I didn't really want to go gown the wood root. What would be the best material to replace the floor with? Is there a plastic/grp material that is strong enough to carry the weight of a mini digger? I know some of the new horse boxes are using plastic floors. Is checker plate an option. What is this like to shovel off? Many thanks
  12. I haven't got any further with this. Have a look at this thread http://forums.lr4x4.com/index.php?showtopic=47862 Hope thats of some use
  13. Thankyou for the pictures. I'll have a think about it. Cheers
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