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will they fit

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by jdunkers, Nov 11, 2010.

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    Buy your wife some arsenic for christmas and ask her to put it on your cornflakes.
     
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    dont need arsenic mate ,ill just eat her cooking:D:D
     
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    Send him a question...it does say fl2..i'd have thought if they fitted a fl1 he'd have said, helps broaden his market...but hey, maybe he's a thicko...having folk believe the MRP is normally 1200 quid, i may be right...
     
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    I'd be a little cautious. the genuine LR kits for accessories are very good, but usually vehicle specific, in terms of wiring looms etc. they involve removing certain cores from a multi core plug and replacing with new from the kit etc, and a few modifications to the wiring looms.

    from this point of view, I am certain that the wiring loom for the FL1 and FL2 are totally different, as such, you may have trouble fitting these from an electrical standpoint.

    good luck though
     
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    cheers optimus,just got 1 will let you all know how it goes.going to try to fit when the freelander comes back from the garage.
     
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