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  1. No website, i mostly sell on ebay and FB. My FB page is mosside land rovers
  2. Yes, it uses the standard square bottom glass. Or without any glass.
  3. There £275, my standard heavy duty galvanised doors are £250.
  4. I make these Puma look doors to fit tdi and td5 etc. Curved glass, single piece galvanised steel skins, they take the later Puma wheel carriers.
  5. I love a bit of detecting myself, that Cscope you have there is a PI detector, they don't really discriminate out iron, so you basically dig everything.
  6. Should be fine for playing off road, but i wouldn't want to be towing a heavy load on road with it lol
  7. The front doors i'll be selling will be galved steel, but i've not just got that far on. There going to a bit of a hybrid between the pressed Puma type with curved corners at the bottom, and the older style, so i can't really design the skins just yet.
  8. I've seen worse from guy's who think they know what there doing. I remember doing vertical up for the first time about 20 odd yrs ago, making mortar bomb proof military bases lol, a bit of overkill on a chassis with a MIG though.
  9. Hi lads, i make heavy duty galved rear doors, they take both the older type wheel carrier and the newer Puma type, galved one piece steel skin etc etc I'll be doing front doors that will hopefully ready by the end of the summer. If your needing a rear door that's stronger than standard i'll give members on here a decent discount, that's if it's OK with admin to do so.
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