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TD5 90 Project

Discussion in 'Members Vehicles/Projects' started by KISSMYAURA, Jun 9, 2016.

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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    Getting there..
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    A closer look at the swivel 'jig'.
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    Braided hose's so cant clamp, made this up, worked a treat.

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    Not looking forward to tidying this up......:(
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    NSF Ready to go on.
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    My bin weighs a ton!!
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    Female brake line stop ends, cant clamp braided hoses etc, these arrived today, a bit late but no matter will use them to bleed up one side, while im waiting for some other parts etc.

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    Few shots of NSF Stub Axle prep and fit. Brakes, near enough bled themselves to be honest, IMG_2035.JPG IMG_2036.JPG IMG_2037.JPG IMG_2039.JPG job done!
     
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    Front diff fluid change, due to failing seals the diff fluid was fully of Moly-B grease from swivels.
    I have two reservoirs EP90 / One MTF, had this superb tool for a few years now, does fluid change in a jiffy, well worth the investment.
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    Handy bit of kit! Ive got one if the cheap £12 leccy ones off ebay. Works brilliantly.
     
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    yep got a couple of the ebayleccys! the skinny extraction pipe is perfect for lazy oil changes and to be honest only pull the sump plug 1 in 4, I change fluids pretty regular etc.
    I use them for oil extraction / changes on all our vehicles etc

    This one is for defender only, a few pumps and its done, diffs n transfer were a pain before now its about 20 mins for the lot! keep another for the MTF, so all good, Was well worth the money.
     
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    New NSF Door, getting lick of Epsom green metallic, came pre painted but coat is a bit thin so scotch-bright, decent primer, key and off we go.
    Very happy with first two coats, considering I loath bodywork and painting.....


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    Nice! Looking good!
     
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    Who did you get the door from out of interest paint looks good
     
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    Cheers..
    Door lrseries.com £364
    Paint Halfords Land Rover Epsom Green £7.50 can x 10 cans
    I have not applied Lacquer yet......
     
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    First shoot of clear coat going on.
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    2nd coat 24 hrs later...

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    That looks pretty good, is that just using cans?
     
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    thanks, yes just halfords rattle cans, left em in the sun to get toasty first etc
     
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