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  1. I’m a new Defender owner and have a lot to learn. The truck has been fully serviced and inspected. Mechanic said she is in good shape. My current issue seemed to happen overnight. When I try to shift into 1 or reverse after starting up the stick is blocked from going in. When I turn off the truck and shift it slides in easily. I was told sometimes you need to “reset” the 4x4 stick to open the pathways but it doesn’t seem to work. I have set the 4x4 to the off position. Any ideas or tips would be appreciated!
  2. I want to know what reads the attachment in detail. what are speed limits in attachment? When using a defender how to shift to engage "diff lock" as per the attachment kindly explain. should I depress the clutch with small gear lever as main gear? When to put small gear lever in Neutral position, at parking the jeep? Up shift is "L" down shift is "H" How to move to engage diff lock? with clutch or not? On moving, can the smaller gear be shifted with clutch? Before shifting smaller lever should main gear be in neutral or in a gear? Arrow heads numbered 01 &
  3. This is such a brilliant site I won't bang on about it, hope to see a few people there! Entry is £25 to members, £5 or £15 to join up on the day (or join online in advance to save doing paperwork on the gate). Full details, permitted vehicles, etc.: http://www.shirelrc.com/event/play-day-bunny-lane-romsey/ Last time we had everything from a buggy on SIMCA portals to a Disco 4 and they all had a great time!
  4. 17th-18th June - Seven Sisters, Wales Miles and miles of off-roading of all forms, form gentle freelander-friendly tracks & trails to horrible mud bugs, rocks, deep water, THE WATERFALL, etc. A fun punch-hunt to keep you entertained, with punches ranging from easy to eviiiiiil Camping at the excellent Dan Yr Ogof Showcaves campsite (good facilities, HOT showers, excellent pub over the road, hot & cold running spanners on site, full electric & water hookups for caravanists) Just about the biggest & bestest off-road site in the UK for all vehicles & ab
  5. Hello All,I have recently accepted a job in Antananarivo, Madagascar, and would like to ship a 4x4 out with me so that I can explore the island. I will be working in the capital, where the roads are OK. The main roads out to the provincial capitals are tarmac and OK but the majority of the island is covered by dirt roads that disintegrate into a muddy mess during the rainy season. I will also likely do some driving on the beach on surf trips. Below is an image from a typical rural road, taken in 2015: I am based in London. Importing a RHD vehicle into Madagascar is illegal, so I need a LHD. Fo
  6. Overlanders/4x4 camping meet. Brecon Beacons. May 6-8th Maybe of interest to a good few here,, A overland/4x4 camp meet weekend being held in the Black Mountains of South Wales, taking place over the weekend of the 6-8th of May. Should be of interest to anyone into vehicle dependant overland travel, or those who simply love camping in the big outdoors Looks to have plenty of things to do/planned to keep the whole family happy. Link to event website http://thebigoutdoors.org/
  7. The All Makes 4x4 Show is being held at Billing Aquadrome, Northampton on 3-5 May. See calendar for more info.
  8. Hull 4x4 Club annual jamboree at Robin Hoods Bay Date : August 2rd-4th 2013 Price : £25 for sunday off road site access includes T-shirt + camping Organiser : Dav (07932 155602) The two day Hull 4x4 annual Jamboree, the highlight of our year will once again be held at Robin's Hoods bay and all are welcome. Friday 2nd arrival at camp site and setup, before heading to the local Pub for some well deserved refreshments of good Pub Grub and Real Al Saturday morning is an early rise (for some) for organised green lanning trips on some of the best lanes in North Yorkshire. Groups will depart al
  9. It’s all about dust, sweat and gears! In October 2013 the sixth Elephant Charge will take place in the Zambian bush raising funds for wildlife conservation. This year promises to be the biggest and best yet……… Originally inspired by the Kenyan Rhino Charge this fun-filled, family event takes nerve! 4x4 enthusiasts are challenged to the brink, racing around a thrilling course in the Zambian bush against the clock, the GPS and not to mention the other adrenalin-fuelled competitors. The most daring team will complete all of the check-points in the shortest distance, winch up cliffs and down ravi
  10. It's time for another weekend of off-roading in sunny* Wales. Mud, water, rocks, trees, all that good stuff for all abilities & vehicle types. - All are welcome, if you're not a ShireLRC member you can join on the booking form - All vehicles welcome as long as they have MOT & insurance - Campsite has hard-standing & electric/water hookups for caravans, plus pitches for tents. If you've not been, the facilities are excellent. - We'll have portaloos and tea/coffee on-site during the day. - As usual we will be putting cards out and running a fun "photo challenge" (like a punch-ch
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