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Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Ian Maycock, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Ian Maycock

    Ian Maycock Active Member

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    Hi neilly did wonder about the winch tray that's one reason why I put some pictures up before painting to get any suggestions on adding any strengtheners, have looked at other bumpers and some don't have any and some do but I think I going to add some. Yes it attaches as the original bumper does via 4 bolts through the chassis and it also bolts through the chassis side to side if you know what I mean so 6 bolts hold it. No you couldn't use a hi lift it covers over the holes in the chassis. will add some strengtheners to the tray and post some more pics up.
    cheers Ian
     
  2. Alan Crossley

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    You have talent ! It looks really good.
     
  3. Ian Maycock

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    Cheers Alan
     
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    Looks Good
    Would be good to see it all painted up and fitted
     
  5. Ian Maycock

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    cheers greyhair , yep will do will be a couple of weeks just trying to finish fitting the new carpet and soundproofing so I can order my front re-trim kit and 2nd row seats and get the interior finished then mot and enjoy playing:D
     
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    Can you build me one please?
     
  7. Ian Maycock

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    Hahaha I gather that means you like it Coffeelandy ? I just don't have the time mate would certainly give you any help on how I did it if you wanted to have a go yourself, have just spent 2 years stripping and rebuilding my 110 200tdi am ordering my seats this week hopefully and then I'm going to enjoy it for a bit then start the 300tdi 90 I've somehow acquired off my stepson.
    cheers Ian
     
  8. DaveM-sport

    DaveM-sport Active Member

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    Thats very nice!!!

    Northampton Offroad do them for about £170 (for a rear one, not sure about front but be similar) which isn't too bad really.