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  1. Sticky: Thanks for posting the outcomes matey... often if...

    Thanks for posting the outcomes matey... often if the solve it themselves many people don't bother which defeats the whole purpose of the Forums.
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    They look alright... IMHO Canvas is the go... ...

    They look alright... IMHO Canvas is the go...

    So the odd spanner doesn't fall out, Spanner Rolls with a "tie strings" around the middle so you can tie the "waist" of the roll and/or sufficient...
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    Yeah, 1,000's incl a few hunjy for the R18 thread...

    Yeah, 1,000's incl a few hunjy for the R18 thread :-)

    But if it is spanners in particular...

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    The blue flare nut spanner roll and the black roll with R/OE 6 to 24mm set plus ratchet...
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    Tool Roll. I've pretty much tried every option...

    Tool Roll.

    I've pretty much tried every option over the years, containers, spanner clips, tool boxs et al but IMHO a Tool Roll is easily the best
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    Yeah, can be a PIA mate esp if some water has got...

    Yeah, can be a PIA mate esp if some water has got down there over time and softened the backing.

    Use a trim removal tool and they won't usually pull out even if the backing is shitty.

    Haven't...
  6. Darwin eh... I lived there for 13 years from 88...

    Darwin eh... I lived there for 13 years from 88 to 2000.

    As others have said don't tow in OD or if you do then use OD judiciously.
    I would use OD in mine (07 CRD) but only downhill or lighter...
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    Makes sense mate... the cutoff should be a min of...

    Makes sense mate... the cutoff should be a min of 10% to about 20% below the blow off so anything between 120 and and 135 will suit admirably.
    140 isn't leaving much room and would def not go any...
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    Hmmm... does sound like you got a dodgy new...

    Hmmm... does sound like you got a dodgy new switch then Cobber.
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    As others have said... usually a symptom of a...

    As others have said... usually a symptom of a faulty switch or blocked pressure port due to corrosion

    Assuming the PRV and Pressure Switch are not integrated
    1 - remove pressure switch (leave...
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    Nah, not that hard... I've done it a few times...

    Nah, not that hard... I've done it a few times over the years.
    Turn full lock onto the stop that stayed in place, eyeball the radius arm to tyre clearance, full lock the other way, adjust if needs...
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    Yep, total bullshit. The tyre has to be rotating...

    Yep, total bullshit.
    The tyre has to be rotating to "wake up" the sensor, and the sensor unique ID has to be "registered" on the TPMS which has a max of 4 at anytime... none of which can happen with...
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    Only way I know to correctly adjust the steering...

    Only way I know to correctly adjust the steering lock stop bolts is on a wheel aligner machine after you have set up the toe in angle you measure the wheel angle on full lock.
    Should be 30 degrees...
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    Sticky: The extra 2 inches on the bottom keeps ya toes...

    The extra 2 inches on the bottom keeps ya toes warm and toasty... the missing 2 inches at the top means your brains freeze... and that last bit explains why some people are in favour of DS BS :210:
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    Sticky: That we don't have that stupid Daylight Saving...

    That we don't have that stupid Daylight Saving here... aaaand... because the mob still living in the 20th Century over in the South East do have to put up with that bogus DS scam it means all the...
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    Sounds like you have done a bit more damage than...

    Sounds like you have done a bit more damage than the Panhard.

    Shocks don't affect ride height even with no shocks the car will sit at the same height but sounds like at least one is stuffed if the...
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    You can download the full Service manual for your...

    You can download the full Service manual for your vehicle here...
  17. Used to happen a lot when DoT and the Police had...

    Used to happen a lot when DoT and the Police had the roadworthy blitzs' on long weekends at places like the S Bends south of Gerro, Eneabba, Waroona etc and would set up checkpoints and inspect...
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    Had the vehicle long? Been working in 4WD OK on...

    Had the vehicle long?
    Been working in 4WD OK on tracks and rocks?
    Auto or manual Hubs?
    No diff lock fitted?

    In 2WD with the vehicle on a hard surface...
    Lock the front hubs, dive underneath...
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    The 30 seconds lag is the duration of the...

    The 30 seconds lag is the duration of the self-test so the light coming back on after time is normal when the Sub tank computer thinks there is a fault.

    It is not likely to be the switch, it could...
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    You don't mention the pump? are you sure it is...

    You don't mention the pump? are you sure it is OK? that would be the most likely culprit

    If so then IMHO your sub tank computer is probably stuffed or there is a hard fault and possibly the fault...
  21. Regardless of whether you are in a 50mm 'overall'...

    Regardless of whether you are in a 50mm 'overall' or 75mm 'combination' State only suspension lifts up to 50mm are legal under ADR/VSS (combo States allow max of 50mm suspension plus another 25 in...
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    Wot Hodge said ^^^^ Every time you start the...

    Wot Hodge said ^^^^

    Every time you start the vehicle the sub tank does a self test of the pump IF there is fuel in the sub AND the main is below 3/4's full.
    Each time it does the test it will...
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    ... just confirmed my thinking with #1 Son. He...

    ... just confirmed my thinking with #1 Son.
    He agrees the statement about not joining Kinetics is bollocks.
    His opinion of the Kinetic to Static statement is that it shouldn't say "Never"
    On the...
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    OK my comments for what they are worth... First...

    OK my comments for what they are worth...
    First quote...
    Agree you do not use a knot on two snatchies and they have a reason which is logical,
    Disagree you never join a static strap or rope but...
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    IMHO it depends so I take exception to the use of...

    IMHO it depends so I take exception to the use of "never" in both quotes... but... I would like to see the full context and source for both statements.

    Every accredited course I have either...
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