OUR VIDEOS GALLERY MEMBER SPONSORSHIP VENDOR SPONSORSHIP

Search:

Type: Posts; User: RedRoadRunner

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,551

    Murray Bridge Camping

    G'day gents (and ladies)

    Any advice on camping spots along the river near or nearabouts to Murray Bridge?

    I'm in the area for Australia day and want to spend a night or two under the stars.
    ...
  2. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,052

    I've forgotten about and driven over that "wheel...

    I've forgotten about and driven over that "wheel chock" (in a different car)

    Didn't realise until a few days later, and didn't feel driving all the way back to get it was value for money.
    ...
  3. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,052

    Cheers guys, much appreciated (Pretty much...

    Cheers guys, much appreciated

    (Pretty much nailed it with my guess)
  4. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,052

    Cheers mate :)

    Cheers mate :)
  5. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,052

    I can fairly guess, most car tool rolls come with...

    I can fairly guess, most car tool rolls come with wheel nut remover, jack handle, 10, 12, 14, 17mm wrenches, spark plug tool, and a screwdriver (the ones that you can flip the driver in the handle...
  6. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,052

    Original Tool Roll

    Good evening, I am interested to know what the original tool roll had for a GQ Patrol.
    Does anyone have a photo, or a listing of the complete inventory?

    Thanks in advance.
  7. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Yeah, I'm just trying to work out what the...

    Yeah, I'm just trying to work out what the differences are, I know they are there - inner composition, strength of reinforcement, out composition etc.

    So apparently fuel line (commonly?) has...
  8. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    I might stick to Vaseline, I'm sure there's some...

    I might stick to Vaseline, I'm sure there's some somewhere.


    I've kicked around manufacturers pages, while nothing explicitly states I can use fuel line as coolant hose, it doesn't say not to (it...
  9. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    On what grounds? Getting the "correct" hose is...

    On what grounds?

    Getting the "correct" hose is no drama. I am just curious what the difference is, I can't seem to find a straight answer.

    I've heard of fuel turning the incorrect hoses tacky,...
  10. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    63411 Did that work? Anyway, that's the...

    63411

    Did that work?

    Anyway, that's the fuel hose I've jammed on to for now (not that it does much at the moment, most of my brand new coolant is all over the ground), it goes from below the...
  11. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Yeah, that's what I said :D Anyway, it's 3/8...

    Yeah, that's what I said :D

    Anyway, it's 3/8 hose. I happen to have some 3/8 fuel line kicking around. Does anyone have a good reason why I can't replace it with that, and be on my merry way? (I...
  12. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Went for a test drive....blew a coolant hose.......

    Went for a test drive....blew a coolant hose....



    :smile:
  13. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    I really don't feel like doing a wheel bearing. I...

    I really don't feel like doing a wheel bearing. I think I'd rather not know :P
  14. Replies
    55
    Views
    5,837

    Right above the fridge, so I can snap the plug...

    Right above the fridge, so I can snap the plug when I open the door incautiously.
  15. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Ah well, it's done now, and I've scraped as much...

    Ah well, it's done now, and I've scraped as much crud as I can. Hopefully it'll be easier next time.

    Now I'm off to find Mudnuts thread that tells me where the drain is for the coolant....

    I...
  16. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    One does not simply removed glued in oil...

    One does not simply removed glued in oil plugs....:rolleyes:
  17. Replies
    55
    Views
    5,837

    Well, after a little retail adventure, getting...

    Well, after a little retail adventure, getting all the tools ready, and spreading shit all over the kitchen table to do surgery....I realised that the Waeco plug just has a little sleeve on it you...
  18. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    I am sure it is all much of a muchness, but...

    I am sure it is all much of a muchness, but Lithium grease is all through my Hilux, so if I do it all the same, I don't have to try to remember in future.

    I think mine were all 1/2" square drive...
  19. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Unfortunately I can't get things delivered, as...

    Unfortunately I can't get things delivered, as I'm not in any particular place, as it were.

    I'd like to go there, but I am not sure if my route takes me through lilydale (lovely place, good pool...
  20. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Hey Dom, thanks for the tips. I got a lot out of...

    Hey Dom, thanks for the tips. I got a lot out of some of your other threads.

    I am a bit short of lithium grease at the moment , (should be coming today) but the carby is already back on. I'm not...
  21. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    1 vote for leave the gaskets - Good enough for...

    1 vote for leave the gaskets - Good enough for me!

    Back together she goes!
  22. Replies
    2,614
    Views
    229,842

    I find the LMF a bit clunky for my delicate paws,...

    I find the LMF a bit clunky for my delicate paws, perhaps the Strong arm would suit me well.

    I'll have to look into it. I wonder if anywhere does christmas sales on these.
  23. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    That's pretty much what I'm thinking, once I get...

    That's pretty much what I'm thinking, once I get the steering back together, I'll head to the shop and get a bit of hose and clamps.
  24. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Update: Well the Carby is off (funny, they always...

    Update: Well the Carby is off (funny, they always say never work under a car only supported by a jack, but they never say never work under a bonnet supported only by rickety metal stick).

    It looks...
  25. Replies
    72
    Views
    2,855

    Hey Mudnut, your thread was one of the first I...

    Hey Mudnut, your thread was one of the first I read. I almost stole your pics to explain the situation.

    A few people have mentioned the carby heat grid, so I guess i'll check it out and see what...
Results 1 to 25 of 60
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3