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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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    You should be able to find a spot on the firewall...

    You should be able to find a spot on the firewall there somewhere? You do want it as close as possible to the battery but a short run to the firewall will be okay. Just keep it well insulated.
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    Thanks for that mate. I don't think my issue...

    Thanks for that mate.

    I don't think my issue has been the connection although yours does leaver from a slightly different point. Mine was connected through the normal factory mount.. And it...
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    I don't know what "should" be done but I had an...

    I don't know what "should" be done but I had an old Landcruiser that had all the bottom end bearings done leaving the rest of the engine alone. Got it off the guy I used to work for like that, never...
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    Do the pedals go hard if you leave the car sit?...

    Do the pedals go hard if you leave the car sit? As in, when you get in the car in the morning and go for that first clutch press before you start the engine is the pedal always hard?
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    Stupid question, but I assume the car is running...

    Stupid question, but I assume the car is running when you're testing the pedal? You'll never stop it going hard if the car is off.

    Definitely vacuum related.
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    ATTEMPT 4 (in planning): Attempt 4 brings me...

    ATTEMPT 4 (in planning):

    Attempt 4 brings me up to present day.

    2 things I want to try when I next get the chance..

    First revisit attempt 1. I want to run the output of the speedo...
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    THIRD ATTEMPT..kinda At this point I've...

    THIRD ATTEMPT..kinda

    At this point I've probably been dicking around with this for over 12 months when I found an hour here and there to spare on it.

    I decided I had enough, conceded and got a...
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    SECOND ATTEMPT: I read on a forum somewhere...

    SECOND ATTEMPT:

    I read on a forum somewhere that someone had tried to make the lever longer for the fuel pump but they couldn't make it work because the cruise would auto cancel on them. I thought...
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    GU Cruise Control Sensitivity

    Hi all,

    Thought I would fill you in on a simple issue that I've probably spent too many hours working on a fix. Since I installed my new fuel pump and turbo the factory cruise in the GU is way too...
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    I've got the same fan along with the thermostat...

    I've got the same fan along with the thermostat he sells too. Generally hovers between 85 and 90 deg and you can hear the fan come in and out occasionally. Haven't towed with it yet though.
  15. Thread: 6 wheeler..

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    Better get on it before someone snaps it up..

    Better get on it before someone snaps it up..
  16. Thread: 6 wheeler..

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    6 wheeler..

    Anyone posted this yet?

    https://www.sixwheeler.com.au/six-wheelers/models/6-wheelers-for-sale/

    What a monster.
  17. I really liked the look of the Avan's when I was...

    I really liked the look of the Avan's when I was looking last year. They hold their value pretty good from the ones I looked at too..
  18. Annual October sub paid up AB no idea when I paid...

    Annual October sub paid up AB no idea when I paid last but there ya go. Thanks for gathering a cracker mob of people. Hopefully this covid bulsh will be over soon so I can get back over to Vic and...
  19. I've got a forward fold camper hard floor camper...

    I've got a forward fold camper hard floor camper and had a side fold soft floor before that. Never had any fear of the canvas ripping in the wind. The only real issue is if you park it right in full...
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    There it is, maintained with a good charger your...

    There it is, maintained with a good charger your batteries will last. Even better when it's built in.
  21. No idea on the answer to your question, but have...

    No idea on the answer to your question, but have you looked at replacing the fuse in the ctek? Even the soldered ones usually aren't that difficult. Replaced the odd one over the years in different...
  22. Thread: poopsie

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    Welcome mate. Looking forward to the build.

    Welcome mate. Looking forward to the build.
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    Only ever used vsr's in the past. A benefit over...

    Only ever used vsr's in the past. A benefit over a straight isolator is that they allow the main battery voltage to rise before it connects. You could manually use an isolator to the same effect but...
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    Have you got some thread sealant Phil? Not sure...

    Have you got some thread sealant Phil? Not sure of the brand, but it's basically loctite. I use it instead of Teflon for 90% of my automotive stuff.. I'll see if I can find the tub of what I use. I...
  25. Thread: TPMS disable

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    Unless you never left the inner city, this advice...

    Unless you never left the inner city, this advice is pretty irrelevant and potentially dangerous for Australian drivers mate.
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