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  1. The winch and bulbar were on the vehicle when we...

    The winch and bulbar were on the vehicle when we bought it. The winch is mounted hard against the std mounting holes with no spacing. Yes its tight. The plastic grill has been trimmed and have a...
  2. Some photos of my own high mount mounted in an...

    Some photos of my own high mount mounted in an ARB on a GQ.
    I cooked the original motor early last year so put the roadrunner bullet motor on and refurbished top and bottom using the std warn kits....
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    Hi HiGQ Frank You need to clarify your problem....

    Hi HiGQ Frank
    You need to clarify your problem.
    The thread title refers to front hub reassembly, your narrative refers to rear wheel bearing.
    Which is it?

    Cheers Trevor
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    Did you buy at Repco?...

    Did you buy at Repco?
    https://www.repco.com.au/en/oils-fluids/engine-oils-fluids/engine-oil/castrol-rx-super-15w-40-engine-oil-20l-3418280/p/A5386111
    No trade discount to buy at $105 on their sale...
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    Pulled one of my FW Hubs apart today (thanks to...

    Pulled one of my FW Hubs apart today (thanks to mudski on how they come apart)
    A bit grotty inside where the spring is.

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    A bit cleaner now.

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    One question, is it...
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    Peebee What brand of soft brake pads are you...

    Peebee
    What brand of soft brake pads are you using?

    Cheers Trevor
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    Thankyou Mudski. So simple, but not knowing the...

    Thankyou Mudski. So simple, but not knowing the secret, if I was desperate I would have wrecked the assembly trying to get it apart.

    Cheers Trevor
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    [QUOTE=mudski;799355]Removed the front left OEM...

    [QUOTE=mudski;799355]Removed the front left OEM manual locking hub as it was getting real hard to lock/unlock. Turns out water had gotten in and rusted up this inside a fair bit. Bloody mad at myself...
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    Sticky: Thought I was missing something. The exploded...

    Thought I was missing something. The exploded diagram at the start of this thread shows some sort of snap ring.
    As you can see this one has had water in it at some stage of its life but is still...
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    Sticky: Great bit of info here and finally found out why...

    Great bit of info here and finally found out why there are two circlip grooves..

    Quote
    "Note there are 2 groove on the axle. The circlip will fit into that groove. The inside groove is used when...
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    If you like reading.... this is George's story on...

    If you like reading.... this is George's story on 4x4 earth. He is known as BabyDaddy on this forum...
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    Hi 10G With diff oil in the swivel hub these...

    Hi 10G
    With diff oil in the swivel hub these seals are the ones that have failed/leaking.
    https://patrolapart.com.au/product/nissan-patrol-genuine-front-inner-axle-oil-seal-gq-gu
    Cause of failure....
  13. I can answer my own question I had read these...

    I can answer my own question
    I had read these instructions on the Endless website before but obviously not comprehended and remembered them fully. Doh...

    "Lubrication of Endless Air Compressor...
  14. Converted A/C compressor to Endless Air - Greasing

    Have a converted A/C compressor to mimic an endless air compressor.
    It was on the vehicle when we bought it. It has the grease nipple fitted.
    Have never greased it in about 4 years of ownership....
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    Sticky: What caused them to fail? Cheers Trevor

    What caused them to fail?

    Cheers Trevor
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    Installed genuine water pump today, old one had a...

    Installed genuine water pump today, old one had a slight movement in the shaft but wasn't leaking.
    While the radiator and intercooler were out easy to do.
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    Hopefully you are getting some decent rain...

    Hopefully you are getting some decent rain looking at the radar.
    Wife's in-laws live just north west of Swan Reach on the Bruthen-Swan Reach Road, they have been on tender hooks for the last week or...
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    Update Removed the intercooler and the radiator...

    Update
    Removed the intercooler and the radiator has some dried out mud on it......
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    Removed the radiator and washed out the mud. Reckon about a quarter of the radiator was useless.

    ...
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    Thanks for the suggestion. Captive nuts and...

    Thanks for the suggestion. Captive nuts and bolts, use them when installing small data cabinets (my son is a sparky) should have some somewhere.

    Funny how some people can see things in pictures...
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    Removed bulbar to straighten the passengers side...

    Removed bulbar to straighten the passengers side wing after I managed to bend it getting out of a bog hole nearly two years ago. Has been rubbing on the grill piece ever since.
    Having a fork to...
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    Sticky: I am going to fit a 4.5t Clear Floor Hoist from...

    I am going to fit a 4.5t Clear Floor Hoist from Joel's Garage Gear based in Little River who make a great bit of kit.

    http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/images/imported/2019/11/180.jpg

    Are...
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    According to this I guess it fits the 3.0l Diesel...

    According to this I guess it fits the 3.0l Diesel flywheel

    Part No : NSK-7699STHD
    Type : Heavy Duty Safari Tuff Clutch Kit
    Suit :
    NISSAN PATROL DX LEAF SPRING GU, Y61 UELY61 10/2007-10/2017...
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    Just saw your post on "what has made you happy"...

    Just saw your post on "what has made you happy" and the photo of the clutch box
    Given your run with BD did you get what you ordered...
    It is the same part no as this...
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    Yes they could be, but I have no reference that...

    Yes they could be, but I have no reference that says which way they should go. If they were RR style shocks then yes you would mount them the other way.

    Cheers Trevor
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    Changed out the rear shocks. One was weeping oil...

    Changed out the rear shocks. One was weeping oil so one in both in.
    Keep the "good"one just in case......
    Unfortunately they were just outside the 3 year warranty. Had done around 10,000ks some of...
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