I put some cheap ones on my Disco 2, ok when it was dry but beeped all the time when they got wet. You get what you pay for.
Yeah did that, it worked on two of them. This worked a treat though
Started with these tools
Ended up like this
Not much grease left
@Bix I feel your pain, started taking my hub off to replace cv boot, ABS sensor stuck tight so that's where it's staying. Off shopping tomorrow...
No complaints so far
2 posts 2 likes and gone, must be a record
It's an impact adaptor so hopefully it'll be ok. Reviews also good.
It will be fine it's calibrated :), besides, the less I spend on tools the more I can put in the gearbox fund. 107k and I think it's the original.
Just been through the rave manual and 420nm is highest torque I can find on a TD6 so being a tight wad I have ordered a sub £100 407nm one off...
My manager of domestic affairs has booked a week in Cornwall and I need to know the odds on it lasting a whole week and 1000 miles :D
@biketeacherdave yes but how long ago did you do the air spring :)
Trust me I won't say a word ;)
What about an L322 :)
So it is :rolleyes:
Ain't got one of them either :)
I suppose if it takes the hub nut off it should put it back.
I've got a 450nm impact wrench I could use, just not sure how accurate that would be.
Ah I see. It was only about a mile long but it took the old bill 5 hours to talk the jumper down off the bridge.
Have I missed something :confused:
So me stood on a 2 foot breaker bar should do it :)
Ordered a CV boot kit for the front, now all I need is a 450nm torque wrench.
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