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 on: Yesterday at 11:39:29 
Started by Chris Site Founder - Last post by Chris Site Founder
The membership admin takes quite a bit of time.
Dealing with new and bogus Forum names takes a lot of time.
Site maintenance takes some time too.

I have decided that the membership system will stop at the end of this year.
We have some money in the bank to run for about another 4 years before we close.

I still have lots of stuff to sell - see my posts in the For Sale section (Mugs, Stickers, filters, Wind deflector, bonnet scoops   etc etc

Chris

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 on: Yesterday at 09:27:05 
Started by dfox - Last post by dfox
Just a quick update.
 finally got to the crank bearings.
i did it by removing cross member. Offside drive shaft (needed a new wheel bearing anyway so killing two birds with one stone)
disconnected front prop shaft then dropped front transmission.
dropped the sump removed oil pickup/strainer removed crank bearing cover.
no1 crank shell bearing is completely destroyed but housing looks good and crank needs dressing.
It took me about 8 hours (with stops to watch the royal wedding of course)

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 on: 19 May, 2018, 12:33:15 PM 
Started by dredger - Last post by jimmy
Your problem could of been down to one of many things air in fuel system a sender or a sencer playing up even a bit of dirt somewere it all adds to the fun

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 on: 19 May, 2018, 11:50:13 AM 
Started by flyeric - Last post by flyeric
if  anybody wants it, collect from South Norfolk  , came off L200 06  crew cab swb  some cut outs for trackman top

email me for address eric.ratcliffe@sky.com

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 on: 19 May, 2018, 11:45:02 AM 
Started by flyeric - Last post by flyeric
anybody got a ECU   mn107599  and the linked alarm module for sale?  please email eric.ratcliffe@sky.com

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 on: 19 May, 2018, 07:55:55 AM 
Started by Chris Site Founder - Last post by jimmy
Hi I have just seen this sorry to hear about you health problems Chris in one way or another the site has got to stay visable it's sutch valuable source of information especially for the classic and is far simpler to search for answers than face book but like all forums face book has done a lot of damage were does Steve Dublin sit on this and just how mutch running does the forum take ?? I am guilty for not being particularly active but still have the l200 and the interest certainly in the classic
Ian

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 on: 19 May, 2018, 07:40:42 AM 
Started by p100 - Last post by jimmy
It certainly sounds othough it has been put back together wrong they should be marked up when splitting and put back together the same way otherwise they may be out of Ballance

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 on: 15 May, 2018, 21:48:06 PM 
Started by p100 - Last post by Heathen
Have a look at the angle of the shackles. They should be pointing more or less straight down with the vehicle unloaded - if they are pointing significantly towards the front of the truck, they have not been installed properly, and will create horrible ride at the rear.

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 on: 15 May, 2018, 19:18:43 PM 
Started by dredger - Last post by douchecalamondaes
it could have been air in fuel straight after the filter change, some rubbish in the lines, or a bad sensor, probably have to just drive it till it comes back as a problem



PS, you should never trust an old 4x4, particularly one thats an LCV.

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 on: 15 May, 2018, 18:48:47 PM 
Started by dredger - Last post by danby
I see that you changed the fuel tank. Did you do it, was it the tank leaking, did you fit new or second hand tank, any problems, what else did your renew, where did you get new tank from,  and any other questions I can think of. Mine is on the to do list.

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