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    Working on me Landy! Sad I know but it kills the stress! "Sometimes"

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  1. Yes you all make sense so I plodded on with me landy and fixed the nagging doubts βœŒπŸ»πŸ‘Œ
  2. Hello Guys, thanks for the help, it would have to be the drivers wiper wheel box, but as I was in deep I changed both plus rail, must say this job sucked, my arms looked like I went 10 rounds with a wild cat, now I am left with my Parrot hands free not powering up not to mention cigar lighter & bloody blower speed control...........sometimes I should just stay in bed and let the rust eat my defender πŸ€ͺ
  3. Hello everyone πŸ‘πŸ» Has anyone replaced a wiper wheel box on a Puma before 🀑 I am sure someone has πŸ˜‚ my drivers side one is no more πŸ’© thanks for any input
  4. Well done for sticking in there πŸ€ͺ it can be hard work dealing with insurance company’s and remembering what was said or not, always remember to read renewal for what you declared as a add-on, and well done FJ for correcting their mistake πŸ€”
  5. I know this location well, beautiful part of the world, looks like a great nite !
  6. its a pain but once you get it right that's you!
  7. I too over the years wasted money on poor copies! Now I only use genuine land rover ones! Never had a problem with them other than the price
  8. Ah got you Oneandtwo! I use my ex-WPD for contract work so the back is mostly empty (side shutters used more) so a set of steps that don't damage the rear cross member would be great, I have saw one or two used WPD defenders for sale online with those yellow steps, and would love to pick up a set! But thanks again for the help!
  9. Thanks a million everyone! Hit the nail on the head! Scotts90 (Oneandtwo)that's the one on your ex-WPD, as you said its not shown on HOPE web site but I do know they still fit them to some WPD Defenders? Well they did?!?! (I own a 61 plate with no rear steps and skinned shin's ) Not so sure about the Dmax! those steps fit very well on the Defender! Anyway you all have got me a Little closer to my answering my question! Thanks
  10. Thanks for the help! But I have Googled Google with every kind of word in regards to these steps but no joy!! Not all of WPD vehicles have them but I will check with the coach builders who built the Defenders for them!
  11. Hello everyone! All the very best for the new year! Can anyone help me with details of the company who provided Western Power Distribution with those yellow folding metal steps on the back of some of their Defenders? Thanks again!
  12. I used them on a Tdci 110 which was used for work! Found them okay (faster wear/main point)but they weren't as good as the old BFG Muds so I went back to them when they where due for replacement!
  13. All sad but true! with JLR history belongs in the past! To which where it will stay
  14. True! It will be all about sales with JL, the Defender as we know it is dead! Long live the Defender!
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