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    ibex 300 build

    That looks great Mike Nice and subtle.
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    ibex 300 build

    I'd completely lost track of it's scale as I was thinking it looked a bit small.... but it sounds more than strong enough when a size reference is put on it!!
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    Locking wheel nuts for steel wheels

    Defender/D1/RRC are M16x1.5 aren't they
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    Locking wheel nuts for steel wheels

    So you did! I always forget about that bit
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    Locking wheel nuts for steel wheels

    Bish hasn't put it, but they're for a D2 so those won't fit as they're for a defender/D1/RRC
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    Locking wheel nuts for steel wheels

    Are they not the same as the earlier Discos in that the nuts fit on a steel spare? So the locking nut would fit on the steel rims?
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    Fitting a servo to assist Clutch - help please

    I was about to say Jason fitted one.
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    Show me your switches!

    Might be worth mentioning the Carling do some lovely rubberised versions of the Contura II switch face. I've got a couple lined up for my winches.
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    broken half shaft 1990 def 200tdi

    Just lifting one wheel at a time will let the wheel turn as the gears in the diff centre will move. If you life up both and turn one (with the handbrake on to stop the prop turning) it should turn the opposite wheel the other way.
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    Show me your switches!

    Interesting, I've never found that with any of the Contura ones. They do a more 'basic' looking one which is a little plasticy. I know its also only an example, and without going into details I'd personally steer well clear of Fourby. Their business ethics are incredibly poor.
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    Show me your switches!

    Carling Contura for me every time.
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    What axle innards does the 70th Anni Defender use?

    I know the V6 110 was raced on standard axle internals, so I wouldn't be surprised if the 70th was too.
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    Best way to run a BMW M51?

    The TD5 is actually all Land Rover. BMW turned up on the scene after it was finished. It was a LR designed engine, originally going to be a family of 4, 5 and 6 cylinders but BMW came along an already had the 4 and the 6.
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    TD5 fuel economy

    And the front output flange?
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    kiwi series build

    I can't remember Will's design weight, but it was surprisingly light. It looks heavy but Will is definitely a man of lightness! (Not just his small stature , he's a lotus man).
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    Series IIA/III vs 90/110/Defender

    Series: Defender is about 10-15mm from memory inside of the edge of the plastic all round: Hope that's of some use
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    kiwi series build

    You beat me to it Mike!
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    kiwi series build

    That setup has a hint of Will Warne about it! The big box sills and bulkhead shape.
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    Garage lighting

    They've come down a hell of a lot then!
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    Garage lighting

    Thought of something else too... painting the floor! Just painting the floor in mine a light grey really lifted the light levels in there, even without painting the walls (still got no idea why I painted the floor first!!!) and the old 6ft tube only.
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    exhaust wrap

    Two reasons I don't like it on a LR.... First the one fridge mentions, dragging your arms past it leaves you itching for ages. The second one being the water and mud retention, it steams for ages after its had a dunking. As an alternative I've been looking at ceramic coatings for my stainless exhaust. This is all mainly for the heat containment properties, not sure what it would do for the sound.
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    Steve200TDi's New Racer!!

    Calling the fiberglass wizard.... @miketomcat
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    Steve200TDi's New Racer!!

    Ouch! Hope you're not sore! What's your plan with the body style? Same again or going to change it?
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    Unknown axle, which cv-joint? Help needed

    Have a look for the axle number on the top of the long side of the case. That's how I was able to track down the origins of my replacement rear axle.
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    Garage lighting

    Any particular reason for LED over tubes? I'd be surprised if LED units have reached the price point of normal tube fittings. When I put the lights up in my unit I went for 3 x 2ft twin tubes across the 2.4m long 700(?)mm deep workbench. Perfect as I've got loads of light even when I lean over and block one or more tubes' light. For the main area, There is 1 original 6ft twin tube running across the workshop which would be about bonnet area if a car was driven straight in. The rest of the lights are 5ft twin tubes, two on each side running length-ways. They're offset towards the outer edges so they'd shine more down the side of a vehicle rather than on the roof. I should also add that they're all daylight tubes and the kind without starters so they're straight on and full brightly pretty much instantly. The only place in the workshop I wish I had more light is underneath whatever I'm working on! I could also do with a bit under the big 'shelf' above the workbench so I can see into the cupboards better, but I've managed for 5 years without . Everywhere else in the workshop is lovely and bright.
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