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What did you do with your Range Rover today

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by Dopey, Oct 24, 2012.

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  1. tomcat59alan

    tomcat59alan Well-Known Member

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    Whe're you going?
     
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    I can sort of see the idea. I can see it ending in disaster too. I sure as hell don't feel safe knowing if anything did happen ie a flat tyre, relying on a lane camera and a sign puts life in danger more then hard shoulder..

    Im alright with the cruise control on the roadwork sections but over a distance I get agitated and feel out of control. Amazing how a couple of mm movements in the pedal makes you feel so much more in control.
     
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    tomcat59alan Well-Known Member

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    Durty boy,don't you get sh1t on your shoes?:eek::D
     
  4. RangeRoller dt

    RangeRoller dt Well-Sprung Member

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    Bounty from previous victims? :D
    2 less on the roads/pavements
     
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  5. Mark Piercy

    Mark Piercy Well-Known Member

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    Home time matey. Back to it on Monday.
    Thats the kids bikes secured onto the new bike carrier The last carrier was over 15yrs old...
     
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    Checked alternator output and belt, all fine. Message hasn't come back after that one time. I think it just got p1ssed off with all the rain the last week.
     
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    Oh I get it, Trophies..!
    My apologies..;)
     
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    Planned to prep Orville for a respray over the next few weeks. However, A) Paint shop is booked solid until after November, B) New job starting next week so she may have to be a daily driver for a few weeks.(shock horror..!!).
    So, ordered meself one of these for now...


    What could possibly go wrong..? silverline-rotary-polisher-768x768.jpg
     
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    been for my drive Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Niiiiiiiice:D:D:D:D:D:D
     
  10. Bagshot

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    Oh hell, it's gonna be a party... IMG_20200829_184626.jpg
     
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    Best keep on the move when you switch it on and dont stop moving till you switch it off.
     
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    Put some petrol in for a day out tomorrow, hope he likes the trip and doesn't break down
     
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    That's what I use to machine polish my cars and a bit of detailing
     
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    Before and after pics please?
     
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    Before.. bit of touching up first.. IMG-20200829-WA0001.jpeg
     
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    Nothing :( She's still many, many, miles away with the Dr, and his associates :( No idea when she's coming home. Nearly bought an Isuzu to run around in, until she comes home. :eek:
     
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    Well got home about 3am. Near 2000 miles over the weekend.
    I think the inevitable has happened.
    Im fairly sure in 5th with tc lockup 52 54mph foot down to get pace past a truck got a judder.
    This happened in wales 500miles from home so made a point of knocking over to sport on the hills and no judders.
    Il have to drop the pan later in the week see if there's debris and how deep my pockets need to be.
    Found in the history the tc was never changed when the box was replaced so 157k the original tc has done. 70k box has now done.
     
  19. Grrrrrr

    Grrrrrr Technician, Bodgit & Scarper Ltd

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    A few loads of logs today. Air suspension really comes into its own. Unfortunately when vacuuming I noticed a little water in the spare wheel well, apparently fed from under the jack polystyrene thing. So I have a small leak, enough for a small patch of rust so cleaned that and applied rust remedy product. Got to find the leak now.
     
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    Just got back from my little break, tin tent down to littleHampton and back 18mpg not so good but looks like I have a weep on the injection pump, a part from that tow a dream and didn't miss a beat.
     
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