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TD5 90 Project

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

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    resto_d1 Well-Known Member

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    Evening, I may have missed it but could you advise on which swivel kit you went for on the front? I need to do both fronts but wading through the typical names and unsure which ones the one to go for!
     
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    LRS
     
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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    Use this, register and enter your vin, then all the parts relevant to your vehicle are shown, they have excellent diagrams as well, then all the parts shown show prices from different suppliers,

    https://www.lrworkshop.com

    I tend to use LRSeries and island 4x4 for most stuff cos they have stick and price is good, and they deliver with DPD, cant be doing with my herpes or any other happy shopper delivery company.
     
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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    superb cheers J-shhhh
     
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    bankz5152 Well-Known Member

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    Shop4auto parts also very handy for swivel bits
     
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    thank you. No one likes herpes.
     
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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    New vented brake discs all round,
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    Very nice!! What make are they?
     
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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    Its that time again, and you will never guess who I saw on my way back after me truck passed its yearly exams, in a little village we call "bexleef" this morning scaring all the buses that were hiding in the in the bus station????

    @bankz5152 any ideas?
    :D:D

    Anyway my emissions are getting better--rer!

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    :p:p hahaha i thought I recognised that landy!

    Was working in Woolwich!

    Fun to scare busses :eek::p:D
     
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    KISSMYAURA Well-Known Member

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    A Frame today.
    Arm bolts - doddle
    Castle nut CNUT

    Side cutter? oh yea compressor fooked
    Mini recip saw? - as above
    Air hammer? - as above

    :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:

    Cold chisel + extreme violence = Done and Done :D
     
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    Whang it round with the club hammer and cold chisel.
    If it doesn't turn, you will cut through it after a bit.
     
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    Unless you miss & tw@ your hand :oops:
     
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    I have done that a few times too. But the hammer and chisel never fails in the end.
    If the taper turns in the bracket, a long crowbar used as a lever on top of the ball joint stops that.
     
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    Cheers all, but as i said Done and Done! Lemforder BJ and Supapro bushes all in.
    Any ideas on Torque setting for BJ?

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    176 nm. I remember I needed a pole on torque wrench to make it.
    I said it will either be easy or a complete cnut. You got the latter lol
     
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    Rear brake Lines replacement to Cupro- Nickel (cunifer) pipe with Braided Flexi + new fittings.

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    Nicely done! All these bits get so tired don’t they but your working your way through it nicely!! Did you go super pro bushes? I’m following behind you at the moment! I have a rumble still so doing output bearing on transfer and swapping wheels around in week just Incase it’s an alignment thing! Then I want to start bushing, bearings, swivels, brakes so similar tasks! Problem is, when the times there I just go fishing ha!
     
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    yep supapro all round, its truely a triggers broom now!.
     
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