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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    ^^^ Gawd!!! Love the flex!!!
    The front works better now I pulled the heavy front springs I used for that trip out
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    "Not bad for a farm Ute" . . Classic . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco View Post
    "Not bad for a farm Ute" . . Classic . . .

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    Yeah I was kinda giggling at that too. Farm ute....Lol.

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    It'll always look like a piece of crap farm ute. It's meant to be lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben-e-boy View Post
    It'll always look like a piece of crap farm ute. It's meant to be lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    You might recall @MB's issue with condensation turning to ice in his diff lock lines on a winters trip last year. I think thats been sorted now with an in-line air/water separator, however i am trialling a couple of these units - they screw directly into the discharge port of the ARB difflock valve - need a reducing nipple from 1/4 - 1/8" bsp, they have a small collection bowl and what looks like a standard tyre valve for the vapour release. I will see how they perform this coming weekend as expect the lockers to get a workout. The standard ARB fitting then screws into the discharge side of the the filter.
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    Bit of an update and conclusion on these in-line filters. We ran all day over the last weekend and the difflocks were in and out 100 times i reckon. I inspected the bowls on both lockers and totally dry. Thinking about it, if I accept the filters actually work, the conclusions I have come to are 1) the ARB compressor is small and sized only for difflock operation, hence the actual compressed air generated is small compared to MB's large volume, multi tasking compressor that is used for on-the-fly suspension adjustment, tyre pumping and difflock operation, and 2) the weather conditions were very mild, circa mid twenties, as opposed to near freezing conditions when MB experienced the ice locks due to water in the line. So, I need to confirm their effectiveness in similar conditions before saying they work or not - stay tuned, maybe on the licola trip if I get there. I still think they are worth adding, however perhaps need a longer run and far more extreme temps than mid April.
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    Sounds great Philstar, never can be too overcausious I’ve learnt with yours and others help when it comes to air gadgets for work and play.
    FWIW my lockers freezing back then was entirely within the solenoids. Matfew kindly ripped out the diffusers next morning and on/off/on/off/on cleaned out the ice whilst we dumped the storage tank.
    Design issue was I believe having all air (unfiltered/separated) going straight to a 20L under tray steel cold tank for routing off thereafter.
    New setup has air cleaned then ‘T’s’ off to tank for suspension outside stuff and indoor lockers/free spool solenoids somewhat more direct to filter output.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Sounds great Philstar, never can be too overcausious I’ve learnt with yours and others help when it comes to air gadgets for work and play.
    FWIW my lockers freezing back then was entirely within the solenoids. Matfew kindly ripped out the diffusers next morning and on/off/on/off/on cleaned out the ice whilst we dumped the storage tank.
    Design issue was I believe having all air (unfiltered/separated) going straight to a 20L under tray steel cold tank for routing off thereafter.
    New setup has air cleaned then ‘T’s’ off to tank for suspension outside stuff and indoor lockers/free spool solenoids somewhat more direct to filter output.


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    Maybe add a small fuel tank heater blanket to the air tank??? I have the ARB twin under the pax seat and found I get a crap load of moisture when pumping the tyres up. But that was after the compressor was running for a bit. So I am not sure how much condensation I would get from just using the lockers... Depends on the setup I suppose.

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    Just got the Patrol Back from the smash repairers and the indicators won't cancel anymore the Airbag didn't go off any ideas if this is a common thing.

    Great to have the old beast back.

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    Just replaced the large rear barn door. Alignment of the new door is 98%. The hinge bolts to the body don't give much play for adjustment, not as much as I thought they would.

    Tint shade on the new door is different to the old one. And I lose the forum sticker

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