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  1. Thread: 2.8 overfueling

    by Lieney
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    Raw fuel coming out I'd be looking at injectors,...

    Raw fuel coming out I'd be looking at injectors, as well as the pump. Get ya injectors checked
  2. Thread: Wheel bearings?

    by Lieney
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    Mate, that is a wiper seal and not bearings. You...

    Mate, that is a wiper seal and not bearings.
    You should have seals that enclose the wheel bearings that are rubber lipped seals.
    I can't remember if the axle has an inner seal, but the oil / grease...
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    A guide to tyre wear If you look along the tread...

    A guide to tyre wear
    If you look along the tread line of the tyre (from the back to the front over the top of the tread.
    Wear on both outer edges of an individual tyre, all the way around =...
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    Sell it and get a nice bar, that it compatible...

    Sell it and get a nice bar, that it compatible with your winch.
    It'll be easier
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    I have had a career since 17, have a house,...

    I have had a career since 17, have a house, children and travelled a little with work.
    My brother is a chef, has no career as such, house or children but has travelled all over the globe.
    I once...
  6. Thread: Towing concerns

    by Lieney
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    Feel free to down-shift (if tranny doesn't do it)...

    Feel free to down-shift (if tranny doesn't do it) and keep engine near on top of torque curve and keep suitable speed.
    Down-shift can also assist in ensuring your converter remains locked-up during...
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    You should be able to get a T-piece kind of...

    You should be able to get a T-piece kind of adapter to connect it.
    Use Loctite 567 or similar product and that will prevent leaks.
    If you're too tight to buy it or can't get hold of any, use the...
  8. Use a hammer and drift to shock-load the plug....

    Use a hammer and drift to shock-load the plug. Make a larger tool that fits a snugly & use a hammer to firmly tap while putting a torque on it.
    Hearing might work, as it will expand the ally...
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    1st problem - Synchro's worn, possibly due to...

    1st problem - Synchro's worn, possibly due to towing a trailer, caravan etc for a decent period, OR
    oil level not quite right.
    Long shot - oil is not viscous (thick) enough. Although wonder why...
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    I drowned a car in T'ville on the way to work....

    I drowned a car in T'ville on the way to work. Had 6" of water swimming around my feet.
    Once home, I put a sprinkler under the car for a long while until the water went clear-ish
    I then parked the...
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    Assuming its a standard bush , that does not have...

    Assuming its a standard bush , that does not have an offset hole.
    Is hard work without a press, and you might need some heavy equipment and gloves.
    Use a hacksaw to cut a slot from the middle to...
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    Sony Xplod and RRP somewhere about $799. Got it...

    Sony Xplod and RRP somewhere about $799. Got it far cheaper.
    Its a nice unit and has heaps of techy stuff I don't need, but most importantly, it plays DVDs and hard drives, MP3s, connects to stuff...
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    Water tank arrives

    My water tank has arrived in good time.
    I realised I had a previous post about fitting PVC in behind my back seat a while back. I didn't spend the $ where I should have, or the time to do it real...
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    How to connect your own LED light strips

    For those who are not that handy with fiddly electrical things, but want to do their own LED strip lighting, here is a little guide on how to.
    These are several varieties of LED strips on Ebay....
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    DVD Screen and player

    Wanted something for the kids to do while travelling distance.
    Got a new roof mounted monitor and installed that.
    A week or so later discovered JB HIfi having a massive sale.
    Scored this Double...
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    LED cargo lights

    I was sick of the poor quality light in the cargo area, so bought a 5m LED strip from Ebay.

    I installed one strip around the rear cargo drawer, thanks to an idea from another fellow, on a 4x4...
  17. Central locking (keyless) is fairly sims to...

    Central locking (keyless) is fairly sims to install as its stand-alone with a bunch of servos to make doors open & close.
    Alarm can be a little more trouble as it will hook into the ignition, lights...
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    All depends on what the purpose of it is I guess....

    All depends on what the purpose of it is I guess.
    Local treck on a weekend, or self-sufficient drive across central Australia?

    I carry a ring/open spanner set (6-19mm), plus a 300mm shifter, a...
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    GQ tank. I wanted one of those for my v8 'other...

    GQ tank. I wanted one of those for my v8 'other car' I had but too costly at the time. Is a nice touch when parking etc.
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    A simple central-locking kit can be bought from...

    A simple central-locking kit can be bought from an automotive store from about $45 + depending if you want immobiliser, alarm as well.
    I have not yet done central locking in a GQ, but have repaired...
  21. A mate did the LS1(5.7?) and auto in his gq...

    A mate did the LS1(5.7?) and auto in his gq shorty.
    He bought a v8 auto wagon wreck and stripped it.
    He used the existing engine, auto, wiring lume & computer, wiring it in series though his gq...
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    Gabe, and others that are interested. A...

    Gabe, and others that are interested.
    A 'standard' LED draws approximately 0.06A. This is the 'theoretical' figure. I am certain some are more, or less.
    A 5W lobe (1 park light 5-7Amps) draws 0.42A...
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    I used an existing blanking area under the hazard...

    I used an existing blanking area under the hazard switch thingy.
    Works pretty good. I've knocked it a few times off road when real rough (annoying) but it goes back easy.
    If you have a dash mat...
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    Maybe something to do with the pump in the sub...

    Maybe something to do with the pump in the sub tank. (wires loose, pump not pumping, lights on but nothings happening: I know people like that)
    Check fuse panel to ensure fuse hasn't blown (if there...
  25. Threedogs is basically correct. Effectively, I...

    Threedogs is basically correct.
    Effectively, I would find the specs / volume of each master cylinder first. That will give you an indication as to the compatibility, OR
    buy a re-build kit for the...
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