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  1. 55 minutes ago, daveturnbull said:

    The seals are easy enough to fit. It's the retainers that require the patience of a saint, and er... "language".

    Get one of these, it will seat the retainer rings without any hassle https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Land-Rover-Series-Defender-Discovery-Brake-Caliper-Rebuild-Tool-DA1153/183640654933?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

     

    I'm going to rebuild my 110's calipers with stainless steel pistons & new seals in the next few weeks, 

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  2. I had a 65amp Alt on my Defender spec 200tdi for a few years & replaced it with a 100amp https://forums.lr4x4.com/topic/101545-defender-200-tdi-alternator-upgrade/

     

     

    my current 100amp alternator bought from a local auto electrics came as part number RE2762 100-067 replaces 54022606,Lucas LRB367, LRB368, LRB291, O.E.M. YLE10100, Thats on the box label mine came in & was a direct swap.this on was fitted 29 Aug 2014 & still working fine.


  3. Its a bit weird seeing as the spec's noted by Sigi are what GKN/Devon4x4 supply , the new springs are exactly the same length & diameter as the originals from my 1st unit & the 2nd unit that V8Freak/Red78 replaced.  I'llhave another go at it after Xmas/new year & use the brake cone bearing part from my original unit, if it doesn't work after all that I'll probably scrap them so nobody else has the same/similar fault to deal with.

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