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    I spent the morning mounting the interchiller surge tank and pump, Final solution was simple enough but getting there was a pain. I will post the photos tomorrow - car back in the garage, was heading over to pay @MB a visit but the pool won out in the end - its a bit warm right now in Melb SE. Resuming with the wiring in the morning. On the hunt for the elusive a/c compressor clutch supply cable - seems to have evaporated under the bonnet - very annoying - hope it didn't get 'purged' last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Somewhat farked a brand new ARB bearing journal :-(

    In my christmas holidays wisdom thought a 47mm socket punch could do the home press jobbie but found reckon she might squirt guppy farts even after a solid hours hand 200/400/600 linishing wanker attempts to rectify idiot scratches :-(


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    Get some Devcon steel putty. Fill that tiny pit in and sand it back and you wont even know its there. Or. Install a speedie sleeve and all you'll need to do it drill a hole where the air port is in the journal.
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    Cheers Mark Mate!
    PeeBee Legend has kindly brought some 1/4” NPT taps around this morning for airline housing work and we’ve assessed that previous MB idiot damage will hopefully be ok with a wee bit more linishing dodgey hills shed style.
    Off Forum too Mr Daz Legend and I kindly also discussed a worst case scenario of it simply running the compressor more often and or if a complete blowout back to a single spinner diff same same as her current OEM front differential.


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    This Legend of a bloke kindly opened his shop up in Dandenong for an hour today to adjust our diffs backlash and pre-load.

    He’s also much better than my efforts linished the journal butchering done and final pressure tested up nicely!
    He only just managed to 90 degree bend the internal copper air locker line into the hole we’d tapped from ARB instructional picture interpretation.

    Be careful here folks as the picture is deceiving I believe!

    Really should be on a straight line down the inside of the diff housing unlike whats done is done now.





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    Removed bulbar to straighten the passengers side wing after I managed to bend it getting out of a bog hole nearly two years ago. Has been rubbing on the grill piece ever since.
    Having a fork to support it is very handy
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    The pieces on the floor
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    looks a little naked....
    And yes I have blasted out all the dried mud.

    When straight again, going to add some extra bracing in the wings.

    While its off, removing the intercooler and radiator for cleaning and maybe replacing water pump. Have a weeping gasket just below the thermostat housing, and last time I had belt off the water pump, it had a bit of movement on the shaft. Should be much easier to do...……

    Does anyone know where you can get those little black plastics clips that hold the grill on, or a suitable replacement

    Cheers Trevor

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    Try these, all metal and work a treat, better than the plastic

    Is it an optical illusion or is your drivers side headlight on the piss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Try these, all metal and work a treat, better than the plastic

    Is it an optical illusion or is your drivers side headlight on the piss?

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Nissan-P...IAAOSwZ1lWb0Ap
    Thanks for the suggestion. Captive nuts and bolts, use them when installing small data cabinets (my son is a sparky) should have some somewhere.

    Funny how some people can see things in pictures and others can’t

    Cheers Trevor

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    I had another look last night at the front shot and almost looks like a bit of 'fish eye' distortion, obviously not.
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    Update
    Removed the intercooler and the radiator has some dried out mud on it...……...
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    Removed the radiator and washed out the mud. Reckon about a quarter of the radiator was useless.

    Nissan Patrol GQ TD42 2 Wire Tacho Sensor can be seen to the right of the water pump
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    It appears the sealant or whatever it is, where the 2 wires go into to the housing, is breaking down so not sure if I should replace it while access is easy.

    "According to Patrolapart
    Genuine Nissan Patrol GQ TD42 2 Wire Tacho Sensor
    Suit GQ Patrol with a TD42 engine.
    This sensor is located on the timing cover. This is a 2 wire sensor.
    This tacho sensor is held in by one bolt.
    The two bolt tacho sensors are no longer in production and this is the substituted item for this"

    Any comments on replacing the sensor?

    Cheers Trevor

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    Swapped out what was a very expensive JVC sound system today, finally carked it, so down to Autobarn and a Kenwood unit that plays cd's and all the other telepathic intergalactic methods of music storage, for $169. Took the best part of the day to install mainly due to - yep, wiring - having to hack into the original loom that had been hacked about when the JVC was put in - no I didn't do that install. Running thru 50w speakers and a high quality antenna - sound absolutely crystal clear and a step up from the JVC.This model is the KDC-BT630U, does not have DAT. Unfortunately the centre console in the dash had to come out due to the old world 1997 mounting system, but pretty straight forward.
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