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 on: 17 September, 2017, 00:01:06 AM 
Started by Momos - Last post by benshepherd
Doing the body lift is quite easy.  Pull the carpets up on one side and undo the bolts.  Then jack up the body using a bottle jack and some wood to protect it. Insert the spacers and then do the other side.  You may find that you have to move the jack and jack further forward to do the front bolts.  There are 4 bolts each side. 
For the tub, again do one side at a time.  Putt he bottle jack on top of the tyres and protect the tub with a piece of wood in the arch and jack it up.  Insert spacers and re-insert the bolts.

With a 1.5 inch lift you should not need to bend the levers, but look out for the earth cable in the passenger side wheel arch and the fuel filler pipe, but you should be ok (I had to extend both of these and bend the levers though for a 2 inch body lift).  Also, if your steering is stiff afterwards, then put a couple of nuts into the steering bracket in the drivers side wheel arch as spacers.

If you need any more info, just pm me.


 on: 16 September, 2017, 23:47:37 PM 
Started by walshy - Last post by benshepherd
I've got the Halford's mats in mine too - for 10 they are pretty good.  I've then built this cage for them

 on: 16 September, 2017, 19:02:28 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
 An 04 warrior.

 on: 16 September, 2017, 11:22:39 AM 
Started by Brendan78 - Last post by Brendan78
Hey guys,  I thought my 54 plate standard L200 had a warm starting problem,  but now I've just realized the earth from engine to firewall was getting very hot and smoking. We put a thicker cable on,but no difference,  in fact that might be making it worse,

today I put a jump lead from negative pole to engine, again it started like a pig, taking 3 heats and winds for 10 seconds,  when the truck was running I was rubbing the jump lead in engine and getting a lot of orange sparks, obviously I have a bad earth,  but where to start looking and what to check.

Many thanks

 on: 15 September, 2017, 15:00:21 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by rodeast24
Braking the bottom Pully nut is a bit of a fool

 on: 15 September, 2017, 09:40:08 AM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by 123hotchef
170 wtf!  milners kits are 90-100

 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:59:20 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by 123hotchef

 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:58:44 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
Hi guys, been reading about power chips, and have read the how tos page on the subject. few questions , what gains are achievable by fitting one, acceleration? m.p.g? top end? is it just a poor mans remap? are they exspensive? where do you get em? what brands best?

 on: 14 September, 2017, 20:25:47 PM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by Bulldogboy
 60/70 is a good speed restrictor then, which will hopefully mean my 6 points don't turn into 9!  Shocked Shocked hope its good news bout the bottom pulley, kits are about 170 ish from a quick gander, is it a hard job to replace?

 on: 14 September, 2017, 10:49:20 AM 
Started by Bulldogboy - Last post by rodeast24
60 to 70 is about it for cruising on the motorway about 3k revs is liveable, I do take mine up to 80 to 90 now and again but not to long just to get the cobwebs out. but the engine is revving its nuts off. they need an extra gear, GKN used to do an overdrive unit for them I have seen one or two in my time, but are like the proverb rocking horse poo to find these days.

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