Ha ha ha ha ha i'm still laughing 10 mins on from reading that.
Depends what you buy a big 4x4 for. I like things as simple as possible and the D2 is as techy as i'm prepared to go.
Easy to fix and maintain...
Prefer a D2 though, every time.
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Often split motorcycle calipers during restoration.
Seals are usually only small O rings recessed into the face of one half and over the fluid...
If you are that particular then you would need to route through the existing loom.
You know I also thought about saying something about that wall.
Do they fit D2 too?
Yes I'd agree
There is a little connecting pipe below the manifold (lhs), difficult to see or get at but thats the point where mine first started to leak.
I always disconnect the alternator.
Never considered why but a wise old chap once told me and I have always done so.
Obviously Henry_B isn't coping well with lockdown and forgot which forum he was on.
Nice car though!
None, they are money pits.
If you get an old banger and pay little for it then it will probably be worth the same in years to come but you will...
No sun roof! Thats the perfect starting point.
Head gasket and dowels, ABS wiring mod, oil pump bolt, 2inch lift and then whatever you want to do...
Don't you just get it mot'd.
You're going to work in it and it sounds essential.
Netflix or just trawl youtube if its just 4x4 you want.
Or Project Binky should keep you going for months.
Or Worlds fastest indian (love that)....
SAT nav, multi-tool, plug in lamp, plug in heater and loads of nuts, bolts and small coins; oh and my sunglasses and a spare pair of readers.
These are now (16/03/20) on e-bay with £80 starting price, buyer collects.
Thanks, but chassis is excellent and all intact, no signs of accident damage or anything.
I'll have another crawl about and think about it when...
I checked those too and nothing I could determine.
It seems the car wants to list to the right.
If its true that OEM springs are slightly longer...
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