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  1. Jon, I think I've still got my old NA/TD rad sat in the workshop, one of the full width ones with the oil cooler loop in the end tank. It's a proper metal tanked one, not sure if its 100% or whether a hose was leaking but would make a good core to have rebuilt. Assuming I can find it and haven't scrapped it, you're welcome to it.
  2. I'm sure the Superseal and Econoseal take the same crimper, as I bought the matching ratchet crimper from Durite when I got plugs. They've worked perfectly for me every time. EDIT: Same for both super and econo: https://www.durite.co.uk/itm/70886/Crimping-Tools/Ratchet-Crimping-Tool-for-Econoseal-Superseal-Terminals/070351 Also worth adding that the crimpers were only about £25-30 when I bought them and the quality is great. I think I've got the other one for noninsulated terminals too. I'd happily get another crimper from them when I next need one.
  3. International built both the 2.8 versions and a normal 2.5 version IIRC. I want to say they were used in Mazda/ford Pickup?
  4. Polestar blue is a gorgeous colour. Just wish they actually built the 4wd C30 as more than just a single concept car
  5. That depends so much on the use though? My JCW MINI needed new fronts after about 10-12K miles.... first set of tyres were also bald by 10K.
  6. Still follow that thread after you put me onto it Ben! Even pinned to my browser.
  7. If it was that iconic, why use so little of the design cues!
  8. I really like it. The front view is like someone said above... a bit of a cheap chinese copy look. But other than that I really like it. I think it shows that Jim Ratcliffe/Ineos won the case against LR with regard to the shape! I just can't help but feel a bit sad that LR missed the opportunity by a country mile. The Ineos has FAR more Defender about it. Whilst the new Defender is a great bit of engineering it shouldn't have been the defender and I think the Grenadier shows what it should have been. It could have done all of what LR are doing with the new Defender and been a tough working vehicle too.
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