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  1. Exactly what I've done on my 110, bought a pair of custom made hoses from David of Llama4x4. got rid of the silly short rigid pipe & the top bracket that sits under the top swivel pin bolts.
  2. On top of your costings just add up the manhours it take to complete the loom build then say give your selve a conservative estimate of pounds per hour, it will soon rack up the numbers.
  3. undo the bracket to chassis & bracket to inner wing bolts, get the bulkhead aligned & bolt & washers in place pushed fully in then get all the other body bolts in place before tightening them all up fully.
  4. Have a look here https://www.trailervision.co.uk/downloads My rear view/ reverse cameras are wired ones with a mirror/ screen that replaced the normal rear view mirror. https://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/78855-reversing-camera-kit/
  5. Lots of recent motorhomes have reverse or rear view camera system mounted at rear end of roof, there are loads on ebay to look/choose from. some examples ------------ https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/150-WiFi-Wireless-Car-Rear-View-Cam-Backup-Reverse-Camera-For-IPhone-Android/184626107152?hash=item2afc92d310:g:nV0AAOSw7ahgBSJz https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/175-HD-WiFi-Wireless-Car-Rear-View-Camera-Backup-Cam-Reverse-For-ISO-Android/353354555424?hash=item524592a020:g:6m8AAOSwN7hgAUvV https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Digital-Wifi-Radio-Car-Rear-View-Camera-For-Android-iPhone-Wireless/284148
  6. 110 parts book shows RTC5574 for non vented fronts with rear drum brakes. https://www.brit-car.co.uk/search.php?query=Rtc5574+&xBrand=&part_type=&xSupplierID=&product-sort=&xPerPage=10 Best number that I know is good & is shown as the current number is SFP000260.
  7. If its a Station Wagon its a Class 4 test, if its max laden weight is over 3000kg then its a class 7 IIRC. is it taxed as a commercial or private or motorcaravan ? https://www.gov.uk/getting-an-mot/mot-test-fees Goods vehicles (up to 3,000kg design gross weight) Class 4 Goods vehicles (over 3,000kg up to 3,500kg design gross weight) Class 7
  8. No mudshield shown or listed in the 110 parts book.
  9. I removed the mud shield from my Salisbury axle on my 110 & have the bolt heads facing forward, been like these for years with no problems.
  10. Santana were Spanish LR licenced builders for that market, all LR approved & originally made up the CKD kits of vehicles sent from UK, Spain law required more local content so they stayed with the leaf springs & more locally sourced parts, the ladt model was the Santana PS10 Amibal, Thecontract with LR ceased in mid 1980's IIRC, they also built Suzuki samaria SJ's as well. Santana was bought out by Iveco which built a revised Anibal but called Iveco Massif, but it ceased production after a few years, & no longer exist as new vehicles. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santana_M
  11. Thanks Tim, sent you a PM to, I made a thicker foam cushion on my cubby box lid a while ago, it might get reduced by in thickness by 50mm to give my left arm a bit more space otherwise I'm quite happy with the installation. Next time your down this wsy we can compare the noise.
  12. fit the prop bolts first so the bolt heads face rearwards to diff,then fit the shield & flange/shield to diff pinion shaft.
  13. Agreed mudshield needs flipping over so the curved outer is facing the prop flange
  14. Sounds like the inner cable strands are seperating & causing the jam up, only fix is a new cable assembly,
  15. Well it's working, Eberspacher D2 first start up & operating exhaust noise heater running vehicle engine off.
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