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    After reading your reply this morning I thought I...

    After reading your reply this morning I thought I might be better off ordering some 3m stuff too. Turns out the sheet I ordered was only $13.. thought it might be good to have a practice sheet...
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    I just picked up some from the post office(eBay)...

    I just picked up some from the post office(eBay) yesterday to have a go at doing my bonnet scoop. All the clear coat came off it. Thought it seemed like an easy part to have a go at wrapping (except...
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    I haven't really ever thought of using them but a...

    I haven't really ever thought of using them but a couple things I've ordered recently came with them pre-installed. I don't use them because I have some easy access ign/acc points already setup....
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    I wasn't trying to be short with ya mate. I never...

    I wasn't trying to be short with ya mate. I never ran the main battery down far enough through the ctek to see what voltage it would stop at. I assume you're right and wouldn't run it flat. Nice to...
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    If you do want to connect it you can run a wire...

    If you do want to connect it you can run a wire direct from the ignition or find a suitable fuse and run a fuse tap from down by your right knee. I'm not an auto elec but for the minimal current draw...
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    It will charge full time/even if the engine is...

    It will charge full time/even if the engine is stopped if you do that. My ctek has the same wire, apparently the smart alternators don't always reach the "on voltage" required to activate the charger...
  7. Thread: GU Taco

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    I think it may depend slightly what td42 it was -...

    I think it may depend slightly what td42 it was - 3 wire/2 wire. Mines a 3 wire, I'll have a look for the colous later if someone can't help you first. Pretty sure they're halleffect sensors so I...
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    Mine was intermittent for months. It does effect...

    Mine was intermittent for months. It does effect the timing slightly on the Ti when it's not reading the rpm. Mine died properly on a trip and I got noticeably worse fuel economy and the power was...
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    Thanks mate. I had a bit more of a read around...

    Thanks mate. I had a bit more of a read around and people seem to think they get a bit more flex out of the rubber too. Makes sense, I know the urethane ones are rock hard.
  10. That sounds perfect to me. I've got a manual so...

    That sounds perfect to me. I've got a manual so gear ratios are probably a bit different but I'd love for mine to sit in those rev ranges. I reckon mines about 2300 at 110kms and it just feels higher...
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    That was my thoughts and I thought would be the...

    That was my thoughts and I thought would be the same in here. Just thought it was worth asking the question, especially with the nolathane stuff.

    I have access to a press and a hoist so I think...
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    My sensor died a few years ago. Similar MO.....

    My sensor died a few years ago. Similar MO.. front of the engine up near the top behind the fan is where the sender is in mine. Try give the wire a wiggle with the engine running, might show your...
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    Trailing arm bushes

    It's come time to replace the bushes around the rear diff I think. It's hard to see but I think they're cracking and there's a ton of what feels like backlash when changing gears. The diff and...
  14. Thread: ARB Rear bar

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    Just through Google, I searched gu ARB rear bar...

    Just through Google, I searched gu ARB rear bar install or something.
  15. Thread: ARB Rear bar

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    Maybe this will help? Or maybe they won't....

    Maybe this will help?

    Or maybe they won't. They're the fitting instructions for the bar but don't show a whole lot.

    Might be of some use. Parts list shows 10 nyloc m6 nuts holding them on so I...
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    I think you should go with what ticks the boxes...

    I think you should go with what ticks the boxes mate. I don't know anything about any of them so my only advice is don't forget to have a look at re-sale values. What you may gain in a bit longer...
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    Have a look at his link he posted mate, you don't...

    Have a look at his link he posted mate, you don't need a new pump to get rid of the nats shit. MudRunnerTD knocked his off with a chisel.. Little black unit on the back of the fuel pump held on by 2...
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    Sticky: I think all recoveries carry an element of risk,...

    I think all recoveries carry an element of risk, that's why we take care to make sure nobody is in the firing line. We know a winch rope has just as much potential to do some serious damage.

    I...
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    Sticky: I figure this is a good a place as any to drop...

    I figure this is a good a place as any to drop this.

    All I could do was shake my head when I found it.

    When you see it....

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    Hopefully they crimp better than these; 82921 ...

    Hopefully they crimp better than these;
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    They're built well, I just don't find the crimp is as nice and tight as what my cheap pair do. I've had a few terminals pull off the wire after using...
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    I love those Unilugs. Not the cheapest but money...

    I love those Unilugs. Not the cheapest but money you'll never regret spending.

    I like the bus bar/distribution block too. Is that made by the same company?
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    Sticky: That's horrible Cuppa! I can't make sense of why...

    That's horrible Cuppa! I can't make sense of why he would lie all that time and then just 'fess up about everything at the end for no particular reason.

    Don't be mad at yourself mate. You did the...
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    Thanks mate, very helpful. Had a look at the...

    Thanks mate, very helpful. Had a look at the wholesale autos pages after posting last night and looks like they use the 5 speed from the Tb motors.

    Their setup looks brilliant. I can't imagine the...
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    Re-digging an old thread. I've flicked though...

    Re-digging an old thread.

    I've flicked though a few old ones and can't find someone who's gone through with it on here. I've been toying with the auto conversion idea for a while mostly because...
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    Lots out there mate. I got most of my parts from...

    Lots out there mate. I got most of my parts from UFI in WA, not the cheapest but everything just bolted straight up with no issues. Supposed to be good for 250 hp but I've yet to have it properly...
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