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1984 SIII Rebuild - with lots of pictures.

Discussion in 'Series Land Rovers' started by Sean, May 21, 2009.

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  1. Varney_James

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    thats your house!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Sean

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    little progress of late, have been collecting some parts for it and dealing with a unexpected influx of these

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  3. 90truckcab

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    99p again :)
     
  4. Sean

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    ermm not quite that cheap, and there was 10 of the buggers

    picked this up for £1.04 the other day, it's the sort of thing that'll come in handy even if i never use it :rolleyes:

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  5. 90truckcab

    90truckcab Well-Known Member

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    yer make a handy door stop , biddin on a few sykes pik brake flair kits, thers a lot listed this week , must be the recession :D:D
     
  6. Sean

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    ah think it's very cute, for the price of a tin of pop - and it's got some edging and profiling tooling with it, so am happy
     
  7. 90truckcab

    90truckcab Well-Known Member

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    yer . il give yer a fiver ferrit when yer skint :D:D
     
  8. Sean

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    spent an hour chopping open the old servo and cleaning up it's replacement so if you've ever wondered what's inside

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  9. Sean

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    have i lost the plot - thought i'd fit me newly rebuilt brake servo and pedal assembly onto the dash panel - only to find the aperture isn't long enough and only allows the pedal to travel for the second half of it's motion range - I usually make me own panels but i cheated and got a couple off YRM

    see the issue - first pic shows original brake pedal aperture size - second shows the YRM replacement, will be disappointed to find i have to get a jigsaw out to make it fit

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    metal cuttin blade in an air saw :) just picked a pair of foot pans uf from craddocks ;) hope they fookin fit this time :(
     
  11. Sean

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    haven't got a problem cutting, just a bit mifted it's not the right size to start with - ah well i'll stick to me home made ones next time
     
  12. Sean

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    took the saw to me nice dash panel to make the clutch pedal aperture bigger - no reply from YRM having asked why they leave it too small, fitted me brake servo and master

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    shame Fulham lost
     
  13. 90truckcab

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    lookin good Sean,

    il have to call in one day if yer about :)
     
  14. Sean

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    cheers, the lawn needs mowing ;)
     
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    coffee two sugars :) bout 10 ish ?
     
  16. Sean

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    txt me when your coming i'll make sure i'm in
     
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    the bastids have got me werkin tomorrow, need to get it finished really before new family move in to the place on monday , try an make time next few days tho, still lookin fer a bit of 6mm plate fer that whatsit ;)
     
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    cheers very muchly
     
  19. 90truckcab

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    how big ? bout 8" sq do?
     
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    WOW can't wait to see it finished :p subscribed now
     
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