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    Thread: The everything Land Rover thread.

    1. 10-01-2010 08:54 PM #456
      ^ That rig is mean
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      10-09-2010 01:46 AM #457
      Ain't she a looker?!



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      10-18-2010 04:11 PM #458
      This is a good thread. Can anyone suggest a really good land rover forum, more specifically aimed at Disco's?

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      10-19-2010 02:21 PM #459
      i've only heard this one is good.

      http://www.discoweb.org/

      i run a RRC... but the guy I bought it from says he likes the site fo Disco.

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      10-20-2010 04:58 PM #460
      Not mine, but I wish...


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      10-22-2010 11:44 AM #461
      Quote Originally Posted by twinscrewcaddy View Post
      i've only heard this one is good.

      http://www.discoweb.org/

      i run a RRC... but the guy I bought it from says he likes the site fo Disco.
      Thanks!

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      10-26-2010 12:53 PM #462
      Last weekend:






      Then, on the way home, blew a rear axle/ wheel seal. Pulled it into the driveway and replaced the seals, bearings, gaskets, rear discs, rear pads and, while I was there, put in the Ashcrofts HD rear shafts I had sitting on the floor. Got it together, ate dinner and then went to drive home. Didnt make it home:


      Turns out that the rear brake kit rebuild kit with new rotors and Ferrodo pads that you get from Atlantic British are too thick. The rear pads were dragging and actually smoking. I panicked at a light as I saw the smoke pouring out and pulled into a parking lot. Jumped out with the extinguisher ready to do work. Just dumped a little bit of water on the rotors and hubs and it instantly sizzled. Called roadside and got it towed the couple of miles to the shop where theyve installed new thinner rear pads. Note to you D1 owners, the AB kit is too thick.

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      10-30-2010 09:00 AM #463
      Here in yurrup we buy many stock parts from Britpart, pretty consistent good fit so far. Dunno if they ship to USA too.
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      12-22-2010 09:06 PM #464
      Happy Holidays


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      12-26-2010 07:56 PM #465
      Merry Christmas kids!


      Old pic from last year with different tires...but it seemed appropriate.
      Sometime shortly before or after this pic was taken, a sheet of ice slid off the top of the disco under braking and broke off the antenna!

      And speaking of Christmas...here's the present I got for myself.... $500 Range Rover! I've fixed the power steering, brakes, misfire, gas door lock actuator, and now onto the fuel filter. NOT looking forward to crawling in the mud to change that, but it runs smooth, no smoke, and came with ~10years of service records!
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      12-31-2010 10:59 AM #466
      My Disco 2 got totaled

      But now I'm in an LR3

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      01-03-2011 10:20 AM #467
      Quote Originally Posted by cred05 View Post
      My Disco 2 got totaled

      But now I'm in an LR3
      But now I'm in for an anal raping

      Fixed that for you.
      Last edited by MCTB; 01-04-2011 at 12:38 PM.

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      01-18-2011 11:02 PM #468
      just got my pics working...

      one more.



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      time to mod soon!

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      01-21-2011 06:55 PM #469
      heres mine. its pushing 207k miles now and still runs well. doesnt always start though, i think a couple plug wires/distributor cap are corroded so i need to pick up some new ones. it cranks but just wont turn over sometimes. once it starts though, it feels like nothing could stop it. its fun




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      01-28-2011 11:36 PM #470
      Saw this today. Any ideas? Series 3?

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      03-16-2011 08:19 PM #471
      Does anyone know how hard/easy it is to swap out inward facing jump seats to a rear bench in a defender 90?

    17. 03-23-2011 10:53 AM #472
      Quote Originally Posted by Harv View Post
      Saw this today. Any ideas? Series 3?

      late Series IIa I believe.



      Quote Originally Posted by g60rabbit View Post
      Does anyone know how hard/easy it is to swap out inward facing jump seats to a rear bench in a defender 90?

      Easy. Just be sure to grab the brackets with the seat. We actually retrofitted a D90 seat into a SIIa bugeye we had and kept the jumps as well.

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      03-23-2011 12:32 PM #473
      Quote Originally Posted by rcr_x View Post
      Merry Christmas kids!


      Old pic from last year with different tires...but it seemed appropriate.
      Sometime shortly before or after this pic was taken, a sheet of ice slid off the top of the disco under braking and broke off the antenna!

      And speaking of Christmas...here's the present I got for myself.... $500 Range Rover! I've fixed the power steering, brakes, misfire, gas door lock actuator, and now onto the fuel filter. NOT looking forward to crawling in the mud to change that, but it runs smooth, no smoke, and came with ~10years of service records!

      great deal! That's the kind of fixer upper I'm lookign for the next time around. However, what I get time will have a good motor and not half the normal compression in 6 out of 8 cylinders

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      03-23-2011 04:47 PM #474
      Quote Originally Posted by OVERPAR View Post
      late Series IIa I believe.






      Easy. Just be sure to grab the brackets with the seat. We actually retrofitted a D90 seat into a SIIa bugeye we had and kept the jumps as well.
      Nice!

      I posted a couple years ago in this thread about my Uncles 1997 Defender 90, well I am now the 2nd owner of this pretty cool truck. Have all the paper work since brand new window sticker and all.

      Number 197 of 300 with 46k miles on her.

      I have 2 kids a 5 year old and 1 year old. I am not sure as I havent checked yet but I am pretty sure there is no passenger side air bag so my 5 year old could sit up front in his booster seat? Not ideal and I would prefer not to do it, so I am looking for a bench now.

      Just picked it up yesterday, wasnt as bad on the 150mile road trip as I thought it would be. Actually it was pretty nice albeit loud

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      04-03-2011 10:45 PM #475
      What are some of the better landrover forums I should be looking at for info?






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      05-15-2011 12:36 PM #477
      ^ Sweet, Metberry, Here I am on that same slick rock, last summer.


      This is how the Rover looks currently.




      G60Rabbit, the best Rover site I have found is lrrforums.com

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      06-02-2011 01:59 AM #478
      my buddy got a range rover recently. loved it so much i had to pick up one of my own.

      his: '97 HSE Vitesse edition, 1 of 100 worldwide. previous owner sold it thinking it had a bad transmission, all it needed was a $300 flex plate. he bought it for a $1000.




      i replaced the typical nasty sagging headliner with suede:


      my '97 4.0 SE. also purchased from a fool for $1500. claimed fuel pump was bad. had a clogged fuel filter and was out of gas.


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      06-03-2011 01:43 PM #479
      Quote Originally Posted by 1FastB5 View Post
      my buddy got a range rover recently. loved it so much i had to pick up one of my own.

      his: '97 HSE Vitesse edition, 1 of 100 worldwide. previous owner sold it thinking it had a bad transmission, all it needed was a $300 flex plate. he bought it for a $1000.




      i replaced the typical nasty sagging headliner with suede:
      holy sht thats awesome!

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      06-06-2011 01:46 PM #480
      updated with a few new pictures of mine:


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      06-11-2011 06:40 PM #481


      That is the same as this...correct?

      http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/RTC5870.cfm
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      06-12-2011 08:37 PM #482
      Quote Originally Posted by Harv View Post
      That is the same as this...correct?
      Looks right to me, did it break out on the trail?
      Thanks for reminding me to pick up a few spares.

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      06-12-2011 11:36 PM #483
      Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeE36 View Post
      did it break out on the trail?



      Want to hear something scary?


      It broke backing out of a normal parking spot.
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      06-13-2011 03:00 AM #484
      My dad would say that was caused by dry steering..... meaning turning the wheel while parked and not moving. Hehe
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      06-13-2011 09:44 PM #485
      Quote Originally Posted by unimogken View Post
      My dad would say that was caused by dry steering..... meaning turning the wheel while parked and not moving. Hehe
      Never.

      I never even park with my wheels turned a little.
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      06-14-2011 01:31 AM #486
      I think you lucked out. That snapping on the highway would be bad news.

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      06-15-2011 10:54 PM #487
      How are these on the highway?
      What's the REAL (owners viewpoint) reliability of LR's?
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      06-15-2011 11:01 PM #488
      Loud? But my ac is just having the windows down and the ATs have some noise at speed anyway.

      Mine has been pretty reliable, put on almost 20k on it in the last 18mos. Only thing that has royally pissed me off is a bunch of broken keys. One in the door and one in the ignition tumbler. Key must have been a copy of a copy and they must have been drinking at the factory as my key code isn't tagged to my VIN in the LR computer. So I have feelers out for a new ign key set then I'm gold.

      I changed fluids, new rear brakes and tires and other then that just enjoying it. Enjoying the lack of acceleration, enjoying the horrible gas mileage when it's cold out, enjoying its utter refusal to make it into the parking garage at the airport

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      06-16-2011 01:28 AM #489
      Quote Originally Posted by need_a_VR6 View Post
      Loud? But my ac is just having the windows down and the ATs have some noise at speed anyway.

      Mine has been pretty reliable, put on almost 20k on it in the last 18mos. Only thing that has royally pissed me off is a bunch of broken keys. One in the door and one in the ignition tumbler. Key must have been a copy of a copy and they must have been drinking at the factory as my key code isn't tagged to my VIN in the LR computer. So I have feelers out for a new ign key set then I'm gold.

      I changed fluids, new rear brakes and tires and other then that just enjoying it. Enjoying the lack of acceleration, enjoying the horrible gas mileage when it's cold out, enjoying its utter refusal to make it into the parking garage at the airport

      If you're used to older VWs a similar vintage LR won't be too different in the fix it department.
      All of my VW's have been very reliable except a B5 Passat...

      When I say "on the highway", I meant to say how do the ride on the highway?

      I'm looking for a highway SUV since I broke my leg, the lowered A4 is harder to get out of and sit in...
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      Drives and handles well but eats gas at speeds over 70-75.
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