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Breaking Disco 300tdi ALL parts available

Discussion in 'Land Rover Accessories & Parts' started by Deasy, Mar 5, 2014.

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  1. Deasy

    Deasy Well-Known Member

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    Im breaking my disco and everything is up for grabs
    Its a 3dr 300tdi

    Extended arches
    Rock sliders
    HD front bumper
    HD rear bumper with upgraded clear lights
    Tank guard with removable tow hitch
    Sump guard
    Diff guards
    Warn 8274 (provisionally sold)
    Terrafirma cranked tailing arms
    Front axle with new wheel bearings
    Rear axle with upgraded 4 bold flange, new stub axles and wheel bearing
    Wheel spacers
    Double cardan front from
    4 bolt rear prop
    +2" lift kit, HD springs, old man emu front shocks and terrafirma big bore rear shocks
    Rear dislocation cones
    5 x 265 75 16 insa turbos, spare has just been bought and never seen the road
    Electric fan
    31" LED light bar
    7" LED round spots
    Light bar with mounts for 4 spots
    Midland CB radio
    Clear indictors
    Tmax split charge system
    Numax CVX 2nd battery
    Disco overhead switch bank with LEDS
    Engine
    Gearbox
    Transferbox
    And everything else associated
    All the seats have heavy duty canvas waterproof covers
    Plus, all my shackles strops, snatch blocks and kinetic rope, most again are brand new as I replaced everything recently

    For obvious reasons il be stripping from the top down, so wont be able to let go of wheels etc until most other stuff has gone

    Thanking you :):(
     
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    the_wolf Well-Known Member

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    Why you getting rid?
     
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    Deasy Well-Known Member

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    Been a hard decision, but it needs to go whilst im building the house.
    Once house is finished il be buying a defender, prob a 110 double cab pickup.
    But the cash would really help to get started, plus its not really going to get used while im building.
     
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    the_wolf Well-Known Member

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    Good man ;).

    Any bits that'll fit a fender? I could do with making mine look less like a pile of crap
     
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    Deasy Well-Known Member

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    Diff guard :D:D

    Any thing will fit with a big enough hammer/welder

    I must say, I actually like your pile of crap, looks like it has lots of stories to tell and lots of character
     
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    Yeah that might have come in handy lol.

    How much for the diff guards? And if the sump is the same shape as a 200tdi how much for the guard? Any piccies too?

    It's certainly got character lol not so sure about stories to tell
     
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    Deasy Well-Known Member

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    £30 plus postage
    it's not the cheap type, proper hd wrap around one

    Think the sump is different?
     
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    Just the one guard or two?

    Send me a pic of the sump guard and ill have a look and see if it can be bodged in some way. I likes bodging stuff :D
     
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    iv only got a front guard on it, so just the 1
     
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    Well I'm picking up a new axle off doc on Monday so if you've still got it kicking about ill have it off you
     
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    Back of the diff guard
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    Certainly is HD. Will let you know ASAP mate
     
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    Another disco friend lost to the sore knee society :(
     
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    :(
     
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    Sore knee society? Pish posh. I've never had sore knees in me life. I find it quite comfortable to drive actually :D
     
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    Deasy Well-Known Member

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    but you are only 4ft tall:rolleyes:
     
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    Ahem excuse me, 4ft 2 please.

    Right ill have yer diff guard. How much for the cb and will the light bar fit?
     
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    £50 fer CB
    and i dno about light bar, you mean light bar or LED light bar?
    dont think the actual mounting bar will fit
     
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    Are the insa turbos special tracks? If so what you wanting for them? Cheers
     
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    The actual mounting bar i meant. What accessories come with the cb or is it just the cb on its own?
     
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