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    Quote Originally Posted by Cremulator View Post
    I'll be listening to your results with interest as a tune is the next thing on my list.
    It was actually a de-tune of sorts mate. Last time the pump was touched, the fuel screw was turned up and its been chugging out black fog behind me big time, while getting nowhere. I had to have it fixed now as the new turbo and pump are now on the back burner.
    Now it's running how it should be to the setup I've got. Andrew at dieseltec is a wizard at this black diesel magic stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    They look like they are upside down.
    Yes they could be, but I have no reference that says which way they should go. If they were RR style shocks then yes you would mount them the other way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryan277 View Post
    Yes they could be, but I have no reference that says which way they should go. If they were RR style shocks then yes you would mount them the other way.

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    Yeah not sure mate. Just going by pictures I've seen on the interwebs they were the other way. But could have been Remote Resi shocks...

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    Replaced the seal in my air box. There was only a small piece of the old seal left in the lid and a few shall pieces in the air box. Very hard and brittle.

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    Spot on thanks CL mate!
    It’s the little bits & bobs smartly tought here good man that save the swamped out day!
    Where from/how much please because I completely forgot about this Achilles’ heel on the old family factory snorkel truckster:-(



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    Yeh I had no idea about this potential issue either. I just opened up the air box to inspect the filter and give it a clean and saw some large black fragments in there. Turned over the lid and found where they had come from. Basically the original seal feels like charcoal it was so old.

    This is the one I bought from eBay – $21.90 + free postage.
    NISSAN PATROL GU AIRBOX SEAL97to17 Diesels Engineered to Fit! ONE PIECE MOULDED! https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NISSAN-P...-/123644772852
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    Legend mate! Took me a little while to log in to Ebay’s but on its family way now, Cheers


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    Got the front seats reupholstered to re build the bolsters (side bits) and firm up the base foam. Lasted well from '89 to now so should be good for another 20 yrs or so.

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    Finished install of Cooma Diesel_WaterWatch inline water trap with alarm prior to install of new fuel pump.

    https://www.waterindiesel.com.au/howwaterwatchworks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bidja View Post
    Finished install of Cooma Diesel_WaterWatch inline water trap with alarm prior to install of new fuel pump.

    https://www.waterindiesel.com.au/howwaterwatchworks
    Good job mate , very neat. And man thats a clean engine bay...

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