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  1. Hi, I'm planning on painting the def aintree green with a black roof but... Which black ?, they all look the same with a computer screen, are some of them "lighter" than others, (if there such thing as a lighter shade of black ) Or is there a really dark grey in the land rover paint catalog ?
  2. Hi, i'm looking for those fastener but in grey, everyone except rovers north seem to have them in stock. The usual suppliers have them in black and that's not alright visually. Did any of you guys now where i can find those besides across the pond ?
  3. Here is my interpretation : Telle me if it's feasible, i'm not a wiring expert but i try to understand it as much as i can.
  4. Hi , i know there is a bunch of threads about this procedure, but it's usually about the 02MY TD5, and it looks quite easy. My question is for the previous TD5 version.... After reading both 1999MY and 02MY electrical diagrams I found major obstacle to replicate a "factory look" First is the fuse box behind the gearstick, which has 20ish fuse slots instead of 35ish on the 02MY Second is the Ignition relay fuse located under passenger side seat, there is none on the pre-O2 td5 but a free unused same amperage fuse Third one is the header.... So basically... without using a proper 02MY TD5 bulkhead loom, what are the chances of putting power window with genuine or oem equipment using the existant loom ?
  5. Hi, Are the rear side panels on 90 and 110 the same ?
  6. Ok, but nothing related to the suspension turret ? Like, is ti supposed to be centered ?
  7. Quick question... How can i check if the mushields are straight ? Is there a reference point ?
  8. Some progress ! the previous owner had shims welded to the slam panels sides. So i cut them, straighten the slam panel. Shimmed 3 to 4MM the lower front bolt of the left wing and attach the slam panel without any shims. First i bolted it to the right wing and then i bolted the left wing and it forced the wing to align perfectly. With a spirit lever i compared the leveling of the front fender to the top of the wing and it's spot on ! Now i have to find the way to make the right wing nice and straight... obviously i can't use the same technique...
  9. Just checked on google.... it is supposed to be like that😫 Back to square one
  10. Some news on the "why my wings look awful" investigation I did remove the row of bolt securing the galvanized mushield to the top of the wing, i loosened the 2 bottom bolts on the front of the wing. So now the wing is more "loose" but can't put it straight. While removing the mushield i noticed something. The mud shield is almost touching the suspension turret this way The right wing has the mud shield almost touching this way So maybe that's why the left wing looks bad... How can i adjust the mud shield ?
  11. Yes, Looks like it needs shims on the lower part to compensate.
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