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 51 
 on: 06 November, 2017, 09:16:00 AM 
Started by mcp - Last post by mcp
Its definitely is coming from engine. Sounds like a tappet but much louder. It does change with the revs of the engine.

 52 
 on: 05 November, 2017, 22:46:54 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by 123hotchef
change the fluid bleed them up and check the shoe adjustment

 53 
 on: 05 November, 2017, 18:49:03 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by Shottymonster
ill be honest, mine are poor to what i would expect.

they dont "lock" like i would expect them to with no ABS, and i have the twin pots on mine.

id be interested to see the outcome of this one, i was thinking new flexi hoses as i know they perish with age.

 54 
 on: 05 November, 2017, 18:40:59 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by fason
In case of hard braking they are spongy and the car decelerates   hardly as it was loaded with 1000 kg! Fluid was changed 10 months ago but it didn't make any difference.
Two years ago the pads were changed and the sliding pins were in good condition and the calipers move freely. I wil check them again.

 55 
 on: 05 November, 2017, 18:04:20 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by Nooks
Check that the sliding pins that hold the moving caliper on the front pads have not seized. This is a favorite!

 56 
 on: 04 November, 2017, 23:30:38 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by pcat
Are they spongy? When was the fluid changed?

The factory brakes on these trucks are very good, there is no need to make modifications.

 57 
 on: 04 November, 2017, 18:09:46 PM 
Started by fason - Last post by fason
Hi all
I have an L200 2004 plate and I think that it has weak brakes since new. I have to push very hard the pedal in case of a sudden braking. I have made the three checks shown in the workshop manual for the brake booster and it seems ok. How can l improve them?  Better brake pads- which ones? Stiffer brake hoses? Twin piston calipers from other model? Also in hard braking I feel a high frequency pulsation on the pedal. Is it normal?

Where can I buy the special socket for the front wheels bearings?

 58 
 on: 04 November, 2017, 17:19:35 PM 
Started by Supersnail - Last post by L200wrap
Not a big fb fan myself but, that's the way it all seems to be going  Sad

Stick with being the Shepherd Chris. Just because that's "The way it all seems to be going" doesn't mean you have to become one of the sheep!!!!!

 59 
 on: 03 November, 2017, 21:17:47 PM 
Started by Supersnail - Last post by pcat
I went to the other forum, got some really useful advice there

which one?
anothersite
I posted the same question on here and there, got no replies here, several on that one

It seems i am unable to put the link on here, but google is your friend

Not a fan of the book face myself

 60 
 on: 03 November, 2017, 21:02:05 PM 
Started by Supersnail - Last post by Supersnail
I agree Chris but it seems I will have to join the fb page by the way have you still got the skoda?

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