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  1. And three... thats how mine is set up, no worries.
  2. Did you like the last issue though? After all, your motor and little lads were in it. All the best
  3. Diesel Dave is the man... my dad takes his RRC and mum's SIIA to him. Sound bloke and very reasonably priced.
  4. I've still got some on the front of my V8 Series 2A. The rears are the Mud Pluggas that Milners do and as the fronts are getting a bit thin thats what they'll be replaced with. They've been on there two years now and it was used daily, and I'm not dead, so they can't be all bad BFG's better offroad..
  5. Can someone clever do a smaller version of the lobster for signatures and stuff?
  6. Put us down for some stickers - will be spreading the word at upcoming AWDC trials as well. All the best Simon if you look at ORRP you have a heap of support there as well.
  7. Sorry to hear this Si but not overly surprised. Shows what b*****s there are out there
  8. JW over on ORRP has done this conversion Rogue on a Lightweight (Streakys??) Nice idea and I'd be tempted for mine if I could find all the bits.
  9. Most bits can be made to fit as said above, but never ever forget a series 2 is cooler B)
  10. Nice one - thanks. Will it make a difference as mine is a earlier one with the short handbrake?
  11. Si, how have you set up the lever, do you use a 90/110 handbrake??
  12. He's right, mine lasted for years on the original box with a 165bhp 3.5 on it. When it eventually went it snapped the layshaft but I still got home ok.
  13. Hi Simon, I'm local and have a 88" 2A running a series gearbox with a V8, be very interested as soon as you have some development models up for sale.
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