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« on: 18 December, 2015, 16:44:57 PM »

just got my third l200,,2005 warrior model this time,,cheers nidge,,plenty of work to do
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« Reply #1 on: 22 December, 2015, 13:11:14 PM »

Welcome along  Grin
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« Reply #2 on: 25 December, 2015, 18:34:11 PM »

Welcome to the forum, or rather should I say welcome back, why so many change's and still back to the same vehicle, by the way I have a 2003 Warrior it's the first one that I have had, I bought it off my cousin, he lives in London, I live in the Midland's, long story but classic old story of the cylinder head giving up while he was in the north Wales camping with his kids, rather than recovering it to London I bought it from him and recovered it back to my place just outside Telford in Shropshire which was a lot closer than London. I have done absolutely loads of work to the truck as my cousin's philosophy with regards to maintenance was, "if it falls off fix it" now it's fixed and running right the truck is the bees knee's, firstly

If you are going to own one of these truck's you have to be prepared to go the extra mile, and either get someone to maintain it for you or do it yourself, they are getting to the age where it's not a case of a quick service every now and then, you have to keep on top of the maintenance, as I am sure you are fully aware being your third Warrior, they really are great trucks, out of the three that you have had, have you had the imported chain driven 2.8 Warrior?
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