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What have you done on your 90/110/130 today?

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by neilly, Mar 1, 2019.

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  1. neilly

    neilly Well-Known Member

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    I reckon this was missing in the fender section....


    and yes I know , not all 90's 110's 130's were fenders....LOL. @Turboman

    Anyhow.....Today I washed mine....only because I had soem dirty water left over from washing the D2.

    Cheers
     
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  2. Turboman

    Turboman Rural Activist

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    According to @blackstrat , the official designation of the pre defender coil sprung models was Ninety, One Ten, etc. :)

    Never worth trying to out pedant a peasant, izzum! :p:D
     
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  3. My Old Landy

    My Old Landy Well-Known Member

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    I went up to its nest to see how it was. I didn't do anything 'on' it, honest o_O
     
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  4. neilly

    neilly Well-Known Member

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    I got it some spares, hopefully they will not be needed in a few weeks time.

    Cheers
     
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  5. TheQ

    TheQ Well-Known Member

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    Nothing. . I've just driven 420miles in the cap. ..
     
  6. slomofo

    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    I took the Tilt off the back of mine in preparation for fitting my lovely new tonneau cover, cleaned it and left it to dry in the sun - ready to to pack away/sell/ rent to a traveller.

    Then found out the new Tonneau cover was made for a 235/85/16 size spare, not a 265/75/16 as ordered. Feck.

    Refitted nice clean Tilt, back to square one.

    Tonneau cover going back for modification tomorrow, try again next weekend....
     
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    Can it be pinned so it doesn't take and age to find amongst the other stuff?
     
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  8. flat

    flat Well-Known Member

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    I touched mine inappropriately.
     
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  9. Ironstrike

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    Welded on the door bottom repair section that has been sitting in my shed for a year and found lots of other little bits that needed welding. It doesn't sound like a milk float crashing in to a drum kit anymore when I close the door.
     
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    dag019 Well-Known Member

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    Nothing, the 110 is the only one in the fleet which currently needs no work! Unlike the series which is awaiting glow-plugs and the tractor which needs the fuel pump rebuilding :oops:
     
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    Driven it cross country.:) just like most day's:)
     
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    Closed the window & evicted the spider.
     
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    Well at least it is warm and dry outside for the spider.;) Better than inside the landy most of the time:D
     
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    mick the builder Well-Known Member

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    Looked at it, adoringly.
     
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    Fixed fog light switch. Passed MOT.
     
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    finally renewed my mud flap!! IMG_6427.JPG
     
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    Lubed my air con
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    Fitted a pair of cheap led spot / flood lights on my bumper (second attempt at this as the first lights I fitted turned out to be ****e!!)

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    And removed the door tops so I could drive around basking in the glorious sunshine!
     
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    Today saw me replacing the rear radius arm bushes
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    May do the a frame bushes and ball joint tomorrow if I have enough bothered and don’t ache too much!
     
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    Welded up the crack in the frame of the front door that finally broke,as they all eventually do in that place.
     
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    Might wanna weed the drive anorl :eek:
     
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