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what have you done to your freelander today

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by tincan, Nov 16, 2014.

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  1. tincan

    tincan Active Member

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    fitted osram nightbreaker unlimted bulbs a bit sceptial at first but have made a difference in a good way:)
     
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    Somthing wrong with the other fred that has 401 pages?
     
  3. tincan

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    nothing wrong with the fred way to much pop last night not thinking straight:eek:
     
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    Changed near side drop link. Quite a shock as it was a straight forward job, no hassle and took little time. The bitch is nice and quiet now, no knocking when going over bumps and a big improvement in driving. 2180210C-50FF-476A-9E6E-818512AC34EF.jpeg
     
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    Just fitted this pearl of a mod thoughs?
     

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    It looks good, although would be better if it extended to the cross member in it's rearward edge.
     
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    I can adapt n modify with extra pieces just ought this gud be easier to get on and off wen needed
     
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    Had my rear Windows tinted. Looks alot better.
     
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    Why are there two identical threads?

    Can @blue beasty merge them please.
     
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    I thought about washing all the crud and dried up salt off mine. As it was friggin' Baltic outside I went and lay down for half and hour until the urge passed,.
     
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