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  1. Hi, My TD5 defender has failed its MOT because of a “tiny” hole in the bulkhead but I am told it can’t be welded and I need a new bulkhead. 😞 Have heard of all sorts of scare stories but maybe today’s fitters expect to be able to swap out identical parts without the coach building like fitting techniques required to build a defender. Anyway there seam to be 2 options .. shielder (but if a bashing on here) and terrain tech. Can anyone say which one today might be easier to fit ? Is there a better manufactured bulkhead and if so by who ?. If anyone knows of someone good near Glasgow who they can recommend for a bulkhead replacement then please let me know. Thanks
  2. I’m just restoring a 1983 series 3 swb. Does anyone have some pictures of how all the front and rear brake pipes are attached. Particular problems are: 1. Layout of brake pipes on front drums. I have four holes for pipe fittings, two top and two bottom 2. positioning of rear brake pipe that runs along axle thanks for any assistance Matt
  3. Good evening, new to the world of Defenders (last Sunday!) I’m not too keen on the Boost Alloys, and have just bought 5 new original Wolf Rims. I’m looking to fit Michelin XZL mil spec tyres on the rims when I remortgage the house! Will I need to do anything once the Boost wheels are removed, clean the hubs, replace wheel nuts etc. I want the whole setup to look immaculate. Any advice welcome please. FF
  4. I've got the gearbox out of my 1973 series 3 SWB Petrol for a clutch change and notice the crank oil seal is leaking. Can I replace the seal without taking the engine out?
  5. Hi guys Its new tyres time so wheels need refurbishing or new ones ok... 110 1990 ....Drums behind , discs up front At the moment I'm fitted with Tornado's without caps Is there any other alli wheels that will fit with or with out caps ?? I seam to remember years ago some one making a Boost copy that would fit but cant remember there name.
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