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  1. Poll: I was potential going to do a day trip to Licola...

    I was potential going to do a day trip to Licola to say hi, but I don't think I'll have a chance unfortunately.
    Getting ready to drive to Fraser Island at the start of September.
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    Yep. You just pull the red handle up to move the...

    Yep. You just pull the red handle up to move the magnets away from the base and all the metal pieces just fall off.
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    With all the construction in our local area, and...

    With all the construction in our local area, and the sloppy builders dropping screws, rivets and nails - I've pulled two different kinds of tech screws from my brand new tyres last week [emoji35]...
  4. Yes, good advice on both having the new parts...

    Yes, good advice on both having the new parts getting the job done and easier to do the job beforehand.
    Thanks MudRunnerTD [emoji106]
  5. Top & Bottom Radiator Hoses for GU TD42ti

    I'm looking at getting a spare set of top and bottom radiator hoses to take away on a 2 week trip.

    I've been recommended Dayco, which I have found for $33 for the top hose...
  6. It's just intense light from the sun refracting...

    It's just intense light from the sun refracting through the lens you are using to capture the image @MB
    See the relative distance from the sun and the green dots to the centre of the image....
  7. Thread: Covid-19

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    Far out. Hope they are both ok. [emoji1696]...

    Far out. Hope they are both ok. [emoji1696] Wishing you all a speedy recovery!
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    That's a great idea for holding the chainsaw...

    That's a great idea for holding the chainsaw rusty_nail [emoji106]
    I'm guessing it doesn't leak any fluid in that orientation?
    I might have to do the same as mine just sits on the bench or floor...
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    Sticky: Wow, quite a different starting point from the...

    Wow, quite a different starting point from the GQ! Congratulations. I look forward to following what you do with this one [emoji16][emoji106]
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    I put these on last week Hodge They were about...

    I put these on last week Hodge
    They were about $75 delivered for the pair and came with all mounting hardware (Not road safe...
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    Yep, I could have used a rust converter and...

    Yep, I could have used a rust converter and painted it internally, but I felt like the access was difficult and that process was more labour intensive.
    The fish oil was one application.

    The...
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    Repairing rust in the front cross member When...

    Repairing rust in the front cross member

    When I bought my Patrol in 2018 there was a little bubbling of rust under the surface on the front cross member.
    Giving it a clean with a wire brush...
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    I bought a cheap 35w HID kit and retrofitted it...

    I bought a cheap 35w HID kit and retrofitted it to my factory IPF spotlights for a little more brightness and a whiter light.
    It all fit pretty easily, I just had to drill an extra hole in the back...
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    Installing a BCDC charger The voltage sensing...

    Installing a BCDC charger
    The voltage sensing relay I had installed had served me well over the past few years with my dual battery set up, but I wanted to upgrade and have something that I could...
  15. Dedicated to TPC, who has really been carrying...

    Dedicated to TPC, who has really been carrying this thread [emoji106]http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/images/imported/2022/06/58.jpg
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    I have more drill chuck keys than I do drills. So...

    I have more drill chuck keys than I do drills. So many random ones collected by my grandfather and father.
    So I made a D shackle chuck key today.
    This lives in the back of the Patrol now...
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    That relay from Jaycar works perfectly....

    That relay from Jaycar works perfectly.
    http://www.nissanpatrol.com.au/forums/images/imported/2022/06/19.jpg

    Just so others are aware, it's a direct plug into the factory socket, no need to...
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    Thanks Hodge I hadn't thought of Jaycar. I'll...

    Thanks Hodge I hadn't thought of Jaycar.
    I'll grab one from there tomorrow and try it out [emoji106]
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    Flasher relay for LED indicators

    So I have replaced my front (corner) indicator bulbs and my bull bar indicators/parkers with LEDs and have also got my dummy tail lights wired up with LED bulbs (indicators, tail/brake light and...
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    Hey 4.8man I got them from Niss4x4 in Brooklyn...

    Hey 4.8man I got them from Niss4x4 in Brooklyn (VIC). I paid $90 including the plug and cable that connects to the back.
  21. "A dingo stole my négligée!" [emoji23][emoji2957]

    "A dingo stole my négligée!" [emoji23][emoji2957]
  22. Gone to someone in WA for $27 shipping cost...

    Gone to someone in WA for $27 shipping cost [emoji106]
  23. Take my money. [emoji122]

    Take my money. [emoji122]
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    It should be $1,250 for the TD42 or $1,685 if you...

    It should be $1,250 for the TD42 or $1,685 if you want braided lines with it.
    I put the braided lines in with the hydraulic booster.
    If you do go for the calipers, rotors, master cylinder and pads...
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    Rossco, I would cost up the TB48 calipers, rotors...

    Rossco, I would cost up the TB48 calipers, rotors and master cylinder against the hydraulic brake booster from Mark's 4WD. Personally (and this is the way I decided to approach it) I would do the...
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