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 91 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 20:58:20 PM 
Started by Momos - Last post by Momos
Will I need to replace flywheel

 92 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 19:22:42 PM 
Started by Momos - Last post by Supersnail
Replacement clutch is about 90 quid so if you are taking the box out to do the bearing it seems sensible to change the clutch at the same time.

 93 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 18:24:09 PM 
Started by Pilot - Last post by Pilot
The battery on my truck is only a couple of years old but only a cheap one if I'm honest.

I've noticed lately that it is venting electrolyte out the top like crazy! Its furred up the battery clamp and is pooling on top the battery and inside the (thankfully sealed plastic) battery tray.

Its got removable caps so I've checked that they are not blocked and the truck doesn't seem to be overcharging.

I've never come across this before to such a degree so whats the general opinion, faulty battery? normal or just keep an eye on it?

 94 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 12:24:42 PM 
Started by danny - Last post by danny
All slightly academic because local dealers can only seem to get the BFG so that's the decision made, first time I've had BFG Muds and interested to see if they last more that 50k miles. The BFG work out cheaper to get them from the garage fitted than off the internet and then fitted independently.

Out of interest i went to 4 garages for prices and they came back with prices from 215 / tyre to 170 / tyre. No guesses where we have ordered them from.

Chris - That was my worry, expensive job these tyres.

 95 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 09:14:59 AM 
Started by danny - Last post by Chris Site Founder
The STT Pro's do look more like an AT to me
I'd say stick with what works - yes the STT Pros are cheaper but, if they don't work and you have to change them - they end up being far more expensive !



Chris

 96 
 on: 02 August, 2017, 08:35:41 AM 
Started by Rabbit - Last post by LINCHIL
Thank you

I had no idea it was possible to read the codes without a computer.

 97 
 on: 01 August, 2017, 21:49:48 PM 
Started by Momos - Last post by Momos
I have just fitted a suspension lift to my 2007 l200 with 33's but they are rubbing at the rear of front tyres I want to put a 1 and a half inch body lift on but can't find any info on fitting it I noticed the nuts are on the bottom so do the bolts slide out from the top have to remove carpets etc

 98 
 on: 01 August, 2017, 09:13:37 AM 
Started by danny - Last post by danny
We are looking for grip on the hill, no more than the STT's but no less ideally. We have been quite impressed with the longevity of the ones that we have at the moment.

Not opposed to going with the BFG if folk think that they are going to last a decent amount more than the Coopers and will be worth the 160 each.

The STT pro look (from the internet pictures) to be a little bit less aggressive so was hoping that they might be a good option for us, especially as they are a couple of quid cheaper.   

 99 
 on: 31 July, 2017, 23:09:32 PM 
Started by Momos - Last post by Heathen
Not sure mate - too new for me. I'm sure there's a few companies out there that don't bother changing the bearing when they install a new clutch though (if it's been changed since new), so you might find there's plenty of life in the left in the clutch itself, but it's a big job to have to repeat shortly down the road. Take it someone you trust, who'll give you an honest opinion. Hope this makes sense...

 100 
 on: 31 July, 2017, 20:15:44 PM 
Started by Momos - Last post by Momos
Yeah just shudders as releasing clutch so probably that the B****** does it need duel mass

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