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14Platoon last won the day on November 26 2018

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  1. No water is to get in there at all. The air filter and snorkel bits all get sealed watertight so the only opening is at the very top of the snorkel. Any water elsewhere would damage the engine as it can get sucked in.
  2. Thanks for looking anyway 👍🏻
  3. Think you’re right with the axle breathers.
  4. I thought the axle breathers just got fastened to the top of the snorkel 🤷🏻‍♂️
  5. 1992 ex mod Defender 2.5 n/a DieseL Finally got around to connecting my snorkel up. Can anyone identify what these two lugs with threads are and what they’re for? Thanks
  6. Tiger seal was very good but work quick and have some baby wipes handy! You can paint over Tiger seal too.
  7. Fitted mine (Didn’t fit that snug), Tiger sealed over the top.
  8. I lied, they’re £11.something each but I’m sure there are lots the same on Amazon.
  9. Good tip, can’t harm it.
  10. https://www.amazon.co.uk/LiNKFOR-Driving-Compatible-Off-Road-Engines/dp/B07H252RQD/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1547589560&sr=8-3&keywords=Fog+lights+48w
  11. I’ll fish it out in a bit, just popping out. It’s Amazon, £10 something each. 48w
  12. They’re cheap (£10 each) and very bright.
  13. With regards to the original post, I used the Land Rover seals and then sealed over with Tiger seal, the genuine seals left gaps. I did the same with the window panel seal too.
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