Have a read of the two attachment in post #1.
Talk about getting shirty, I just questioned your first respnse as it was a flat statement that they did not have alloys and then you contradicted...
So some of them did come with alloys, you are contradicting yourself...LOL
Is that right??
Have you tried hammering home an irwin nut remover? if you can clear the thread, or even a long series smaller socket to get a bite?
Fitted a new fuel filter to it.
Darn that thing is expensive...never mind , no one said RR were cheap to own..LOL.
I am not treating this one. I looked at the old fashioned treatments and decided it was not worth the hassle. They have been discussed on here...
Just buy another,
But I would say , do not use fabriseal on it.
"She" really wants one of these.......
Although mine are not pegged.
I have the Ashcroft units front and rear,
I picked them up at a darn good cost, they do help get you out of the sticky stuff. A sensible mod ,...
is it still showing as an auto on the nanacom?
They are easy enough to fix with the kit....
I never said they were the same thing.
You can get them. If you are running into rocks and stuff during a P&P or doing a lot of overlanidng where it is rocky.
as an example.......
This may with some searching show you the correct parts.
Then search the part number.
Ouch, do not go to LR stealer for a quote on the brakepipes, they quoted me 1800 quid!!
They charge for about 8 hours to do the work.
That sounds both bad and expensive..
Be careful using an IR thermometer, You may know this, but just in case.
They measure from a cone in front of the lens, this cone gets big very...
I thought his were RHD...:p just being stored on a foreign land.
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