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  1. dag019 replied to the thread Pioneer tools.

    Thank you that is very helpful, your set up is also slightly different to the ones I found online, so I am guessing it doesn't matter too much how it is installed, they all seem slightly different. Good to see that it looks smart on a correctly...

    Apr 2, 2020 at 11:26 AM
  2. dag019 posted a new thread.

    Pioneer tools

    I am looking at fitting a pioneer tool set to the rear tailgate of my series. I am currently looking at this set on ebay: link I am however struggling to work out where all of the brackets in the kit should go as there seem to be more than I can...

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    Forum: Series Land Rovers

    Apr 2, 2020 at 9:31 AM
  3. dag019 replied to the thread Rewiring a 90.

    I would second this, the amount of expense it will be to get all the correct colour coded wiring, quality connectors and tools, and the amount of time it will take you to make, I would be getting one from autosparks ready made.

    Apr 2, 2020 at 8:32 AM
  4. dag019 replied to the thread Clutch issues.

    When I had the systems you have just described it was because of the pivot point punching through the arm. the last clutch issue I had was stiffness around mid travel and that was a mis-alignment of the fort against the release bearing because...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 1:11 PM
  5. dag019 replied to the thread Clutch issues.

    When I had a problem with the clutch pedal jamming and not returning (you had to pull it up with a toe) it was because the clutch pedal spring had broken, however this did not effect the operation of the clutch itself, just the pedal movement....

    Apr 1, 2020 at 11:57 AM
  6. dag019 replied to the thread I really need to solve this now.

    Are you sure about that? As long as you have a trolley jack and some strength you should be able to fairly easily (relative term) remove the transfer box and gear box. certainly the trasfer box is easy enough to remove with no special tools as...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 11:26 AM
  7. dag019 replied to the thread 90 Rear door lock..

    I would not have expected it to have exploded views of the lock as that is a single unit part in the parts manual. Unfortunately I cannot help too much with what it should look like as I have always replaced the units. Looking at the pics it...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 11:14 AM
  8. dag019 replied to the thread Series 3 purchase.

    I did not realise any series was fitted with power steering, even the early 90/110 did not have power steering. If you want a daily drive that is a proper land rover, but can still keep up with modern traffic and drive any distance on the...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 10:19 AM
  9. dag019 replied to the thread Insulating / Soundproffing.

    Looks good but may be worth at this point cutting some access holes for the floor panel and tunnel bolts so you can remove them easily in future if needed. When I did mine I did not do this, and it made changing the clutch far more time consuming...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 8:33 AM
  10. dag019 replied to the thread Series 3 purchase.

    To answer your question I would refer back to the fact my 200tdi 325k miles on it and is still going strong. Had a very light top end rebuild (re-greound valves, 2 replacement cam followers) last year after timing belt failed early, but other...

    Apr 1, 2020 at 7:22 AM
  11. dag019 replied to the thread Interior lamp, in a rag top?.

    Top of the bulkhead to illuminate the rear load bed, or the centre windscreen frame with the rear view mirror would be my suggestions.

    Mar 31, 2020 at 1:18 PM
  12. dag019 replied to the thread Series 3 purchase.

    If it is warm enough you can run it straight, but that is why I would dilute it down with diesel. Roughly 80% veg oil in the summer and 20% veg in the winter. That way you do not need any modifications, if you add twin tanks and a fuel heater...

    Mar 31, 2020 at 1:16 PM