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  1. Wisbech Engineering can do it. Top quality engineers they have a fantastic reputation 👍🏻
  2. Just noted that the event previously postponed until August is now cancelled. October one appears to still be on - at the moment.....
  3. There is a seller on eBay does turned plastic ones for about a tenner which work very well. I have one of them 👍🏻
  4. Don’t do it. Use the defender column. If you find the correct one the splines are the same as series so your existing steering wheel will fit - it just puts the wheel a couple of inches closer to the driver. All the rest of the dash will still fit no problems
  5. That’s not a five speed gearbox that’s a standard series 4 speed. compared to a defender Transfer box a series one will always be noisy. It was one of the reasons I too ther series transfer box out of mine and fitted an LT230
  6. They have them made by GB engineering
  7. All made by the same company
  8. Ah yes sorry - I was slightly wrong. I knew the late ones were different but I incorrectly assumed they were the same bearings. im aware that the late ones and the coiled ones all use the same seal, and I’ve used the proper tool as a friend has one. I always found the leather seals much better on early hubs rather then the modern lipped seals.
  9. Should be in front of the axle. Position it so that the drop arm ends up in the same line as the original would have been. here is mine.
  10. I was only talking Steering box. You could probably make the disco column work if you wanted to, just most people use a defender one as it bolts straight on.
  11. Early s2 hubs can easily be identified by the smaller BSF wheel studs. Later ones use the same metric wheel studs as series3 (27mm socket for the wheel nuts), and are to all intents the same as series3 ones. Late series 3 changed slightly as they used the same inner and outer bearing (earlier ones the outer bearing is smaller), but the inner bearing and the seal are both identical.
  12. http://www.retroanaconda.com/landrover/2010/03/series-iii-workshop-manual/
  13. it’s the same series manual you have got just further on in it. Pages 60-10 and 60-11.
  14. Either can be made to work, but the P38 setup is nicer and requires less hacking of the chassis.
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