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    I'm not 100% sure how they come off either, but...

    I'm not 100% sure how they come off either, but you can buy replacement hinges so it's possible somehow. My guess is it's mounted internally and requires the door trims to come off to access the...
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    My guess would be that the hinges are slightly...

    My guess would be that the hinges are slightly bent due to once having a large spare wheel. Are your old door hinges still good?
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    remove a FWH's both sides and see if any water...

    remove a FWH's both sides and see if any water has been sucked past the seals ,
    hot diffs and cold water not a good combo
  4. Very nice and tidy, and simple too! If I get...

    Very nice and tidy, and simple too! If I get lucky enough to add a SWB to my garage soon, I will be doing something very similar to this!!

    -Piet
  5. Thank you for the write up. I have to do...

    Thank you for the write up. I have to do something myself to go behind the third row seats.
  6. I'd say penny washers /mudguard washers would be...

    I'd say penny washers /mudguard washers would be perfect, great write up Btw thanks for sharing
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    Stop opening your bonnet so much and it wont wear...

    Stop opening your bonnet so much and it wont wear out as fast.
    must be a GQ thing lol
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    I bought exactly that and the clip the holds the...

    I bought exactly that and the clip the holds the rod off eBay, infact a quick search and I found one......
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    If all you are doing with the compressor is...

    If all you are doing with the compressor is airing up then there is no need for a tank. If you want to fit air lockers down the track though the tank will be a winner for that. A Tank will also...
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    I see now you have closed off the system , so it...

    I see now you have closed off the system , so it holds pressure in the lines.
    I would be fitting a small tank underneath, to run locker if needed, air horns ,etc
    But your system will work now you...
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    You can use rubber door stops to cover the outlet...

    You can use rubber door stops to cover the outlet from getting full of shite
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    Heaps of different sizes, take a sample to a...

    Heaps of different sizes, take a sample to a bearing place ,they should sell them
    or buy a grab kit off Ebay
  13. Thread: Grease Nipples

    by kevin07
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    yes definitely have different sizes also if you...

    yes definitely have different sizes also if you have to install them yourself you will probably need to knock them in no thread on the nipples
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    So you got it all sorted now ? Sometimes the...

    So you got it all sorted now ?

    Sometimes the foam that is used to seal the flaps, will fall to bits over time ,and can jamb the flaps, a airblower blasted up the feet vent holes while working the...
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    Yes Lithium spray grease is good. Normally on...

    Yes Lithium spray grease is good.

    Normally on the side of the chamber, if you can look up under the dash area using a torch, and see where the cable attaches to the slides, remove the cable off...
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    Technically, using wd on the actual metal cable...

    Technically, using wd on the actual metal cable core and plastic outer is actually no problem 3D, (plastic on metal), its all the other areas , gears and slides that are plastic to plastic that are...
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    Nooooooo !, whatever you do DO NOT spray any WD40...

    Nooooooo !, whatever you do DO NOT spray any WD40 type products on any plastic to plastic slide mechanisms, it can weld them together or make them even stiffer !

    Powdered graphite is OK , but...
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    Or graphite on puffed in maybe.....

    Or graphite on puffed in maybe.....
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    WD 40 or similar should loosen it up, go for it I...

    WD 40 or similar should loosen it up, go for it I reckon
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    care lovers at wallsend the link gives the...

    care lovers at wallsend the link gives the address
    https://plus.google.com/114970730880955639990/about?gl=au&hl=en#114970730880955639990/about?gl=au&hl=en
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    Just checking out the RAA site here in SA and...

    Just checking out the RAA site here in SA and they are advertising 20% discount for members in Repco stores in July. That is the case here in SA anyway, not sure about elsewhere.
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    I have ben using that Castrol for many years in...

    I have ben using that Castrol for many years in both TD42s and had no trouble from either.

    I buy when SC ahve a 20% off sale an buy 1 or 2 20lt drums for a good saving. Or f you have an RACV...
  23. Thread: Flares

    by sil3nt_dr3ams
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    Hey mate, there are a few options that are...

    Hey mate, there are a few options that are easily achieved. Firstly how much of a flare do you need to cover your wheels? 10mm 60mm?

    3 patrols later mate this seems to be the best way,
    ...
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    by nissannewby
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    I used Clark rubber items on mine. If you fit...

    I used Clark rubber items on mine. If you fit them correctly they don't sag. Also you can put wire through the outside to give them some stiffness.
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    by Bloodyaussie
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    I do prefer the Bunnings ones as they dont seem...

    I do prefer the Bunnings ones as they dont seem to sag like those more rubbery type ones.

    But then saying that there is no give if you lean on something.
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