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  1. Thank you very much, it is indeed the grommet with the shaft through it
  2. And expect them to be rubbish, low valuations. I bought a reg from regtransfers, for £2500. About 6 months later asked them for a valuation. 10% of what I had paid them for it
  3. Anybody, please. The big rubber grommet for the clutch slave cylinder operating mechanism in the bellhousing of the 2 1/4 petrol
  4. Thank you very much for your offer. I phoned the parts department at my local dealer and they sorted me out with the part No but at over £3.06 apiece, they can stay on the shelf. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-x-Genuine-Land-Rover-Wolf-Door-Trim-Clip-BNP-4107-PMAL/252267533866?hash=item3abc51162a:g:U-4AAOSwUV9Wp3-l
  5. Does anybody know the part No for this item, please?
  6. I make my life choices and feel no need to explain them to you
  7. if you can find out the thread of the plug in the side of the LT230 or the top of the sender unit in the R380 then it ought to be possible to fit a VDO temperature sender to either/both and compatible gauges in the dashboard. https://www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk/s/instruments-gauges-senders/vdo-gauges-and-senders/vdo-senders-and-accessories
  8. there is the facility to fit a warning light sender to the LT230 as well should you feel so inclined. Never had any problems with transmission overheating, even when flogging through deep sand in the Sahara
  9. having spent roughly 30 years flying a desk with 4 phones, a work supplied cellular telephone and 4 computers. I have no desire to engage with them in my private life. Other then in the room wherein this particular device is located
  10. There have been numerous adverts on the idiot lantern, depicting the vehicle doing ruffty-tufty things
  11. apart from a parked 90, which looked like a Kia soul from a distance, I have yet to see one in the tin
  12. Sorry, I hadn't noticed that you are located in Spain. Presumably you can order the necessary parts through your local dealer. Or look them up on www.thepart.com and see if anybody, anywhere, has them available
  13. If you look here https://www.seriesdefender.com/manuals.html You should be able to find the parts list for both NAS 90 and 110. If you find the relevant part No you can order the parts you desire through a UK dealer
  14. It sold for £2015 after 14 bids. https://www.ebay.co.uk/bfl/viewbids/154039830101?item=154039830101&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2565
  15. I particularly like the road surface inspection portal around the gearstick. I can't see Mercedes being too happy about the proliferation of their badges stuck all over it.
  16. Given how many other noises there are to listen to in a Defender. I wouldn't bother. I have a radio, cassette and a CD player in mine and I honestly cannot remember the last time any of them were used. Now I think about it, I don't think the CD player has ever been used
  17. It should be possible to adjust them. Failing that they were still available new, for an exorbitant price. It will involve drilling the rivets out of the lock assemble to get inside it and see where the worn components are https://www.amazon.co.uk/Land-Rover-One-Parts-Catalogue/dp/1855202883/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=land+rover+one_ten+up+to+august+1986&qid=1595768423&s=books&sr=1-1
  18. Obsolete. It is the tiny self tapping screw which holds the shield for the oil seal on the front of a V8 timing cover. Does anybody know the size, please? I removed mine, put them somewhere safe and cannot remember where it was
  19. If you cannot see where you are going with the standard headlights, it might be worth having your eyes checked for any possible problems which might cause this difficulty. Whilst the standard headlights might not be as bright as the latest laser cannons fitted to a lot of modern cars they were/are perfectly acceptable for night time driving along roads which are not streetlit
  20. red hylomar is rubbish, always was. https://www.elring.com/en/products/sealing-compounds/
  21. your best bet might be to take them to your local branch of Pirtek. I have always found them to very knowledgeable and helpful https://www.pirtek.co.uk
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