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What have you done to your Freelander today

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Freelaner, Sep 21, 2012.

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  1. SES88

    SES88 Well-Known Member

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    Very clean install Nodge :clap2:
     
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    Had the Geometry checked and adjusted........
     
  4. MontyM95

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    Hi guys..

    any pics of peoples mods? looking to do some things with my freelander but want to see what looks good and what doesnt.. wanting to get roof rack with spots, bull bars with spots, 2" lift and a set of decent all terrains... with a view to getting a custom straight through built but leaving the cat in... any ideas? :)

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    Do a search for Freelander mods or similar. Lots of people mod them but a lot have their own thread like jc600
     
  6. Epicuser

    Epicuser Ex Freelander Owner

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    :high5::banana:

    Made an aux electrics in 2.0 revision :D

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    Removed my 3 door roof bars and rigid load tray ...to stick on eBay.....anyone know where I can get cover plates for where the bars came off
     
  9. Skinny Mike

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    Purchased new drums, cleaned and painted, just waiting for the rain to stop so I can fit them :cool:

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  10. Skinny Mike

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    And on, the sun came out.

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  11. johnsbwgood

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    what make did u go for mike? i was looking at pagid drums myself. mine r really scabby and i think the whole rear brake need a check up.
     
  12. Skinny Mike

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    APEC, always found them to be good quality, if pricey. £90 all in. But they should last another 10 years.
    Mike
     
  13. Skinny Mike

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    For your info.
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    Epicuser Ex Freelander Owner

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    Vacuumed it and then removed the grubby hand marks from the lovely beige interior.
     
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    sheepishly put it through the car wash hoping nothing would fall off......
     
  16. Gaj1612

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    Dropped the prop/vcu as it's feeling a bit tight on full lock and also it's had mid match tyres on so till I get them sorted it'll sit in the garden
    Can't believe how much nicer it is to drive.

    Wired up a seperate switch fort sub that wasn't connected to anything

    And sussed out the starting problems which turned out to be the ignition switch
     
  17. johnsbwgood

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    what did you paint them with? i got some high temp black paint from toolstation the other day and painted my calipers and caliper carriers when i did the fronts. its ok but not really black more of a dark grey.
     
  18. Skinny Mike

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    Stove paint mate. As we have a stove seemed daft buying Any other paint.
    Calfire stove bright
    High temperature paint
    Flat black
    04001

    Mike
     
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    Look this out,painting the calipers in black metallic :D
     

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    Fitted a fire extinguisher.
     
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