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in Defender Forum
Posted 7 hours ago
Yes that would work.
I have OME springs on my 110, IIRC 751 on front [now 2751] & 754 on rear [now 2754] these allow me to carry my 450kgs of motorsport recovery kit without any load induced suspension sag. got the years ago from Surrey offroad at Dunsfold.
my dampers all round are OME as well
Posted 11 hours ago
Rear progressive springs from a 110 Td5 station wagon would be a good & fairly quick way to get a decent result, the boge strut works with softer rear springs, which on their own are to soft for normal usage. As you have found.
in International Forum
Helicoil inserts are normally stainless steel based.
Posted Thursday at 10:11 PM
from 1987 on front calipers [non vented] were LH RTC5573 & RH RTC5572 for vehicles with rear drum brakes.
from vehicles fited with rear disc brakes the front calipers changed numbers to STC1266 RH & STC1267 LH, these ae for vented front disc
so if you need new calipers for non vented fronts use the RTC part numbers
Posted Thursday at 10:05 PM
My manual says 67.82mm for free length of 200tdi spring. so nominal 68mm is close enough.
Posted Thursday at 08:56 PM
200Tdi relief valve spring is closer to 68mm long https://www.brit-car.co.uk/product.php/95679/0/oil_pressure_relief_spring_2_25_200_300tdi___series_111___defender___discovery_1___range_rover_classic
Posted Thursday at 08:52 PM
Photo on here might help https://www.brit-car.co.uk/product.php/84590/1189/relief_valve_spring_300tdi
Posted Thursday at 08:43 PM
110 front calipers without ABS& non vented, vented ones are different numbers, are all the same, 4 piston 46mm diameter. a refurbish with new stainless steel pistons & seals will restore good braking.
Posted Tuesday at 08:43 PM
On later axles the serial number is made up with lots of dots [centre punch style] to form the digits, these can be very difficult to read, doubt they have 'worn' off unless someone has run a grinder over the area.
Posted Monday at 08:39 PM
tyre pressure to high or to low ?
which tyre blew out ?
maybe the blow out caused suspension or steering damage/wear that needs curing.
in Modified Vehicle Builds & Special Projects
Posted August 18
One or more of these links might help, one is a link to the lister forum https://www.google.com/search?q=lister+sr3+workshop+manual&oq=lister+sr3+&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j0l3.5211j0j7&client=ms-android-vf-gb-revc&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
in Tools and Fabrication
Posted August 17
Moved as NOT Vehicle technical
Posted August 16
Don't know why your seeing a different video.
Only need a 3 groove pulley if air con is fitted.
Posted August 15
I had to do that with my Marsland chassis too, simply because I removed it as I wanted the entire chassis painted.
My 110 has a galv Marsland/gkn chassis, it was faultless during the change, didn't have any alignment problems, best buy I ever made, I would definitely recommend & choose again if I needed another.
That's the same video as the original post
in Requests for Part Numbers
Possibly from a Car variant of the V8.
Lets NOT forget that Britpart is just a wholesaler, not a Manufacturer like LR/LEP/Wipac for example.
300tdi wiring diagrams here, shouldn't be much difference between disco & defender as they both use the same engine
in Freelander Forum
Posted August 14
As you have reposted as a new post, your previous post in the other thread has been deleted to avoid lots of duplication of replies
Rubber moulded connectors are pre 1991 200tdi vehicles they changed to plastic casing when 300tdi came in, just buy some new male & female connectors & replace the ones that don't match, have a look at Land rover-connectors ebay shop, you can message him via ebay for advice.
It's all CGI made, note the rear suspension does not move when the weight comes of the roadwheels & no movement when the weight goes back on. that video is all over facebook LR pages
Posted August 12
stamped arrow goes to front of the engine. just checked my 300tdi engine book.