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    Picked it up from the beaters last night all clean and shiny. Left work just after the down pour and now it needs a wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    Picked it up from the beaters last night all clean and shiny. Left work just after the down pour and now it needs a wash.

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    What was it in there for?

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    Slight argument with a tree while I was on the high country trip earlier this year. Which was 4 weeks after I got it back from the kangaroo argument. No more arguing for me.

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    Fitted up the new grooved and dimpled rotors and pads on all corners
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    Fresh oil , fresh filters all 'round. Gave the engine bay a wash , dry and a good coat of CRC.

    The starter motor , radius arm and diff are seasoned again.
    Those who changed TD filters before , will understand.

    Drivetrain oils later today.

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    Got a set of fresh new shoes fitted. Mickey ATZ P3's, in 33". Identical like-for-like rubber to what was on the car for the last nearly 80k. Absolutely loved the tyres so, it was a no brainer to get a fresh set of same same. What I cannot believe is how smooth the car is now on road after they were fitted and everything was aligned.
    The little bit of 85-90 wobble that was there is now entirely ironed out. On the highway the car is so so smooth! Absolutely stoked !!

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    Sat thru 2 hours of BIG TED GOES TO THE ZOO instead of fiddling on the beast - what we do to keep the peace with the grandkids.
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    Baby TB45 SWB Maverick and I both totally crapped our nappies in the local Hills today
    Two trucks approaching at circa 80kmph each with a huge line of traffic behind them city bound just after the big climb out of our valley.
    First truck lost a trailer spare tyre from underneath which kicked his entire empty arse end out of control with full cudos to the next trailing tandem/trailer Legend for dodging the chaos instantly
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    Itís gunna finally hit a steady 25C with above 50% humidity again in the Mexicano hills next week. Luckily squeezed in a late city holidays forthcoming booking for both Y60ís for some A/C gas bubble windows clearing desperately noticed needed


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Itís gunna finally hit a steady 25C with above 50% humidity again in the Mexicano hills next week. Luckily squeezed in a late city holidays forthcoming booking for both Y60ís for some A/C gas bubble windows clearing desperately noticed needed
    High 30's & 40% to 90% humidity here. Need full gas windows here, especially in the tractor sitting in a mobile greenhouse.

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