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  1. Hi All, I'm in the middle of a complete rebuild after the chassis rusted apart, so I took the opportunity to get a new galavanised chassis and added the brackets for a second fuel tank. This is a Defender 90, with 200TDI Engine. So my problem is the rear exhaust section, I have a standard down pipe standard middle, and due to the second fuel tank can not fit the standard rear, and can not find any standard parts to exit straight out. Also I have no welding skills, so need to find an off the shelf or a custom exhaust maker, but wondering if anyone has any recommendations or ideas...
  2. Well just giving 'Woodie' a service and check over before getting on the ferry Friday and as soon as I pulled into the shed I heard the exhaust blowing. B*gger! Looking underneath; It is clear that the support has rusted through (strange?) and with the weight on the flexi it has been too much for the ageing mesh and spiral. So quick rush into town but because of its age etc. no-one has any bits for it, .... getting used to that. Plan B then,.... I have welded a new bar onto the support, and employed the wonderfully titled 'Auspuff-Bandage' and a couple of big
  3. for a while now I've been wanting to start my custom exhaust build for my 300tdi 110, so a couple of weeks ago i finally made a start to the entire system, machined a flange to suit the turbo and had the first straight welded on. This weekend i want to get my old pipes off and start fitting the first few bits up so i can finish the front pipe. what i cant decide on is what type flange to use to join the sections of pipes together, the options are: - 3 bolt flange - 2 bolt flange - slip joint with connecting tags - v band rings reason for these 4 styles is these are th
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