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  1. I've never been called a legend lol ... Here's all the links for you! and an extra one if you ever fancy doing the full engine! Also you will definitely need to separate both halves of the head. You should also replace all the bolts that hold in the injector clamps and the rocker shaft. Turners will have all this stuff. Dont mess about if you are doing it. removal: http://www.aulro.com/afvb/projects-tutorials/66259-td5-cylinder-head-removal-how.html Strip: http://www.aulro.com/afvb/technical-chatter/66292-td5-head-strip.html Assembly: http://www.aulro.com/afvb/technical-chatter/66442-td5-head-assembly-pt-1-a.html Fitment: http://www.aulro.com/afvb/technical-chatter/66645-how-fit-td5-head-pt1.html if you are ever super keen. full td5 rebuild! http://www.aulro.com/afvb/projects-tutorials/139876-how-rebuild-td5-engine.html
  2. That linked thread on aulro is mine. I put about 4 showing the process start to finish and they are all on there somewhere. I have done quite a few and they have all been skimmed with no issues. In fact the machine shop I use had done quite a few for the local main dealer I believe. Having said that take off as little as possible if it needs to be done. <7 thou ideally seems to be wise. Never done anything with the valve seats. The car shown in that thread is mine and is still getting thrashed around relentlessly with no further issues!
  3. What a great idea! I will post one from the Gold Coast Land Rover owners club over here in Australia. Should hopefully be there in time!
  4. 48mm according to my digital vernier. This is the best pic I have from the old parts. Hopefully its good enough.
  5. Yes I have a removed set here, what do you need.
  6. Here's an image showing the original and new shims
  7. Hi All, I am currently rebuilding the R380 out of my 90 after breaking the layshaft. I have nearly everything I need including the bearings, seals, layshaft etc etc but I need the shims for setting the layshaft end float. I ordered a few in the FTC4296/4298/4300/4302 range which when searching the internet appears to be the correct ones. Unfortunately they arrived and are too small in diamater. Does anyone know the part numbers and thicknesses for the shims for a Suffix L R380 layshaft out of a TD5? Thanks Peter.
  8. Thanks for the quick reply! 539706 / 539707 pinion RT3095 x 2 for carrier It would seem Thanks again!
  9. Hi all, Does anyone have the part numbers for the carrier and pinion bearings for the Rover type rear diff on a 2001 td5 90? I think the pinion is 539706 but am not sure on that, nor the carrier ones? Thanks! Rgds Peter
  10. Fair point. My car is a UK one just to add. I exported it here. The second one I saw was an Australian one.
  11. Hi Western, Thanks for the images, but I can categorically say my 01 non ABS 90 has the TAR000150 kit with the seperate roller section 0xactly as shown in item 25 in the first scan. I changed them recently and had to reuse those as I bought 606666 and they were totally wrong. Frustrating as everything else was new. Swivels, CV's axles etc etc I am not the only one as I have seen at least one other TD5 Defender recently without ABS which was exactly the same. Seems LR's parts books arent exactly correct. (or they had too many of one type on build ad used them for both maybe) Rgds Pete
  12. Nope it doesnt. I can absoloutley and definetley say that the 606666 bearing will not fit my 2001 TD5 no ABS 90. It is not the same.
  13. Awesome. Thanks guys!!!!!! optional extra... for heavens sake!! Edit: Just looked at that Britcar link and the ERC3486 isnt correct. That looks like the short straight connector hose that is used if the bypass kit is fitted. Cant find a picture of the ERC3485 yet. Wonder if I should just buy a pair from a V8110 and chance my luck!?
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