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    Clutch has gone or the clutch fork has broken at...

    Clutch has gone or the clutch fork has broken at the pivot I think. So you can put it into gear with the engine running and NOT putting the clutch in?


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    I would assume the signal line to the compressor...

    I would assume the signal line to the compressor from the switch is corrupt in some way. Is the switch single or two wires? If its two wires there should be current running through the switch when...
  3. No worries. I'll call you in the morning.

    No worries. I'll call you in the morning.
  4. I have to drop off parts to a customer in Yarra...

    I have to drop off parts to a customer in Yarra Glen in the morning. I can drop past and take a look if you like.
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    New alternator charging at its optimum over and...

    New alternator charging at its optimum over and older alternator, new starter motor not drawing as much current as an older starter would. I assume this would impact on battery condition to some...
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    October Photo Comp- Reflections

    Not much of a pic but this is what I had to put up with every evening whilst in the top end.

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  7. Any luck mate?

    Any luck mate?
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    Looks like a full cooling system overhaul to me.

    Looks like a full cooling system overhaul to me.
  9. Recently bought a Fiskars X11 splitter. The X7...

    Recently bought a Fiskars X11 splitter. The X7 was too small and the one above the X11 was too big to split the smaller stuff. I got it from the UK cheaper with post anywhere cheaper I could find it...
  10. The engineering for my Patrol cost around $1600....

    The engineering for my Patrol cost around $1600. This was to engineer the entire vehicle. VASS approved engineer I used too. As the Police and the RTA cannot argue against a VASS engineer. Where they...
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    Great pics mate. I just came back from two weeks...

    Great pics mate. I just came back from two weeks up in the NT. Beautiful country for sure.
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    Never heard of the bases breaking but I know mine...

    Never heard of the bases breaking but I know mine have come lose. There is three screws in there from memory and I just nipped them up on my GU and now they dont shake around like they used too. So...
  13. Yeah should work in theory. It works on the...

    Yeah should work in theory. It works on the similar principle to an oil pressure switch, but is activated by heat. The switch is just an earth contact for the fan.
  14. Mark is the sensor two wire or single wire mate?...

    Mark is the sensor two wire or single wire mate? If single it should just be a simple switch, on (at the set temp) and off. So if you heat some water to the set temp, attach a DMM to the thread and...
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    Sorry John, I haven't been on much lately due to...

    Sorry John, I haven't been on much lately due to being in the NT but why have you got a louvered plate on the bonnet instead of the scoop?
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    Hi mate. Adding a lift pump is a good idea but it...

    Hi mate. Adding a lift pump is a good idea but it won’t give you anymore power. It’s all limited at the injector pump.


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    Sticky: What has made you Angry Today???????

    Yeah I need to think of other ideas for this wall. I’ve ask them to see how high we can actually go, if at all. Then we’ll take it from there.
    As for the NT we had no cooler than 36 for the entire...
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    Sticky: Back to cold Melbourne and reality. Ugh! Had a...

    Back to cold Melbourne and reality. Ugh! Had a fecking great time in the NT though!

    Also just got a call from the draftsman. The council won't approve us for the retaining wall we want to put up...
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    Sticky: Flying out to Darwin, again, this morning. Then...

    Flying out to Darwin, again, this morning. Then catch a chartered Cessna up to the Cobourg Peninsula for some four days fishing action!


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  20. Says a lot for the Pro Locker hey!

    Says a lot for the Pro Locker hey!
  21. If it were the top and bottom bearings in the...

    If it were the top and bottom bearings in the swivel hub, you would see movement in pushing the top and bottom of the wheel moreso. What you need to do is get someone else to do the movemnts and you...
  22. Superior engineering use this as a guide......

    Superior engineering use this as a guide...
    https://www.superiorengineering.com.au/image/pdf/Nissan%20Patrol%20radius%20arm%20size.pdf
  23. Its very simple to do john. Simply get a flat...

    Its very simple to do john. Simply get a flat blade screw driver and lever out the flat plate in the hub you see when you first remove it from the wheel. Real simple....
  24. You found it. Thanks. I couldn't remember where...

    You found it. Thanks. I couldn't remember where this info was.
  25. I was referring to Phil's comment about his...

    I was referring to Phil's comment about his nephews engineered 4inch lifted GU. As for the OP. I'd be finding about what has been fitted first. I've seen new two inch lifts look higher that what they...
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