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  1. early 110's used it as well.not sure about the controls though.
  2. have you adjusted the clutch pedal, it's on a eccentric bolt.if it's at it's lowest point you won't get full cylinder stroke, and the clutch will not clear..
  3. make sure you don't pull the push rod off the release arm when you remove the slave cylinder,as this will ruin your day as it's a git to reattach.
  4. the cam cover is probably fine,the injector seals leak causing excessive crank case compression blowing oil out everywhere. i'd check those first
  5. Dorset auto spares do half size argo shield bottles. £60 deposit and £40 refills and they deliver.
  6. normally the compressor output is weak,as the piston ring is made of plastic for some unfathomable reason.on the plus side somewhere on the web steel pistonring kits are available the US i think.
  7. sorry i don't know the part number for the cork seal,but when mine needed replacement i found that deisel fuel sedimentor o ring (there square in section) worked very well,hope this is of some help
  8. hi there just a thought,but could you not mount a standard 90 tub in the standard place and just (i say just) make the doors 7 inches longer,and make a filler panel from the seat box to the tub bulkhead.you will still have to lenghen the roof,but you would end up with better seat recline and some storage space behind the seats?
  9. hi have a look at the rear diff mount,the front is prone to go and cause a heavy knock but if badly gone will pull the prop aout of line and make some horrible noises
  10. just a quick thought have you checked the rocker shaft is not cracked or even snapped,have none this to have happened.The tappet clearances go mad and it will stay together when removed suprisingly enough
  11. 10 thou mate no idea what that is in new money sorry
  12. must have been a little cantilever box for only £2000
  13. they moved it can't remember exactly when
  14. ingersol rand do a good range air tools pricey but very good quality
  15. all 110 till 2002 i think were salisbury then heavy duty rover type able to take grosse weight
  16. it's with the fuel pump, behind the wheel arch cover (right hand rear)of the car hope this helps
  17. the army winterised 90/110 have the same set up.don't remember if it worked very well though!!
  18. between each injector you will find a fabric coverd rubber pipe, (the spill return)this takes unused fuel back to the tank,although this is the low pressure side of the fuel system it will draw in air,leading to extended cranking,you may not think there is any thing wrong with them,but they are cheap and easy to change.(push fit) if that fails to do it, the pump pick up can spilt and draw in air but this only happens(generaly) at one fuel level and is much morework to check(tank out ) and lots more money
  19. I think that one of the two diesel sedimentor seals (200/300 tdi) fits the bill very well.
  20. Hi this is my first post so hope it turns out all right,have you checked the spill rail pipes as even one's that look dry can draw in air. Hope this helps
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