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    Bought some more Delo 400, finally got around to...

    Bought some more Delo 400, finally got around to buying a bigger oil drain pan, fumoto valve arrived in the mail. Oil change time!
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    It doesn't. The theory is that an anode splits...

    It doesn't.
    The theory is that an anode splits the water into hydrogen and oxygen and the are then fed into the engine, they both burn and reconnect into water and exit the exhaust. The theory is...
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    Club rego can be quite restrictive in you allowed...

    Club rego can be quite restrictive in you allowed use. My old man keeps all his cars on full rego even though qualifys for vintage and club rego because it is so strict on when you can drive the car.
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    OEM 16x8s Chose price based on eBay? Kept them...

    OEM 16x8s
    Chose price based on eBay? Kept them to go on the van to match the car but they won't fit.
    If not sold by tomorrow I'll up the price! Ha ha.
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    An enormously bloated

    An enormously bloated
  6. Thread: Dave's td42ti

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    After the rear bar I wouldn't buy anything else...

    After the rear bar I wouldn't buy anything else from them. It is not bad enough to bother replacing, but if I could turn back time I would have forked out for a Kaymar. I have had to do some work to...
  7. Thread: Dave's td42ti

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    I can assure you it is not that clean now! This...

    I can assure you it is not that clean now! This weekend it will be getting a good soak in CT18 and degreaser. Needs a wash and I need to track down an oil leak I discovered this morning. Hope it's...
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    Running at 2000rpm at 100kph will be stressing...

    Running at 2000rpm at 100kph will be stressing your motor a lot IMHO, and you may find you actually use more fuel. High rpm does not equate to high fuel use in a diesel. Higher rpm with low EGT...
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    I've had 2" OME in both my patrols. Current set...

    I've had 2" OME in both my patrols. Current set have 85,000kms on them and still going strong. They are a bit stiff when the wagon is empty, but smooth right out with a bit of load.
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    One too many

    One too many
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    It's a Garrett M24 Used on Silvia's etc...

    It's a Garrett M24
    Used on Silvia's etc (dependant on configuration) looks like it has a T2 flange going off the markings.
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    4xGU Steelies with worn STTs

    I have 4 OEM 16x8 GU steel rims for sale, they have very worn STTs fitted.

    Located in Canberra

    Will post pics as soon as I can.

    The wheels are straight and have been powder coated black....
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    Sticky: Little fella counted to 10 on his own!

    Little fella counted to 10 on his own!
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    Sticky: Looked under the Patrol and it looks like I have...

    Looked under the Patrol and it looks like I have a leaking main seal!
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    Corner of the

    Corner of the
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    Aeronautical Engineer for Defence

    Aeronautical Engineer for Defence
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    Poll: I pretty much go by the book, although do filters...

    I pretty much go by the book, although do filters with every oil change.
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    Sticky: Pin in the receiver is the simplest safe way IMO,...

    Pin in the receiver is the simplest safe way IMO, the recovery hitches are good if you recover a lot. For me, I try to not need recovery so am happy to use the pin on the odd occasion it's needed.
  19. Thread: gday Everyone

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    Welcome! Definitely axle seal, I just did my LHS...

    Welcome! Definitely axle seal, I just did my LHS one.
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    I had the 80-100km/h wobbles and tried all the...

    I had the 80-100km/h wobbles and tried all the usual things. In the end I went to a truck alignment place (Queanbeyan truck align) and they fitted an "offset knuckle bearing castor correction kit"...
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    Wood used to be a main building component in cars! He's going old school!
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    Army here.

    Army here.
  23. Thread: Dave's td42ti

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    Got it! Only difference is I now have a set of...

    Got it! Only difference is I now have a set of clearview towing mirrors fitted.
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    Let's see if this works! ...

    Let's see if this works!

    http://i918.photobucket.com/albums/ad27/fxst78/Patrol/Patrol.jpg
  25. We only recently upgraded our Van. Now have a...

    We only recently upgraded our Van. Now have a concept ascot cross pack, dual axle, 2000kg ATM.
    As long as I don't try and flog it up hills and the like it only adds about 2L per hundred. I get...
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