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Thread: What did you do to your Patrol today!

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    Pulled one of my FW Hubs apart today (thanks to mudski on how they come apart)
    A bit grotty inside where the spring is.

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    A bit cleaner now.

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    One question, is it worth while getting the circlip out that can be seen in the second last photo to totally dismantle the hub?

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    New spark for the old girl today. Bought from a small town garage for $30 less than that super "cheap" place sells them for. Pays to #buyfromthebush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryan277 View Post
    Pulled one of my FW Hubs apart today (thanks to mudski on how they come apart)
    A bit grotty inside where the spring is.

    fwh1.JPGfwh2.JPGfwh3.JPG

    A bit cleaner now.

    fwh4.JPGfwh5.JPG

    One question, is it worth while getting the circlip out that can be seen in the second last photo to totally dismantle the hub?

    Cheers Trevor
    I did. Its quite easy. There is a square oring that goes around the plastic part that you turn to lock the hubs, so try to avoid using and petrol or the likes to clean the hub up as you will destroy the oring.
    Yours looks pretty clean. I just regreased in there to help stop water ingress...

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    Not to the Patrol, but made some jumper cables for it, as I didn't have a set.
    3 gauge / 25.72mm˛ I think it is, 5 metres long.

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    Looks like reasonably decent clips too. Most of the ones available these days are almost paper thin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brissieboy View Post
    Looks like reasonably decent clips too. Most of the ones available these days are almost paper thin.
    Yeh they have a decent spring and solid jaws.

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    Saw that Repco had 50% off on all maxitrack a few days ago and I needed a new UHF cable. Instead I brought this for $35.

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    Fitted the above aerial.

    While pulling out the old cable the radio went out, that gave me another job to do. Out with the radio to find the disconnected wire. Wasn't to bad, now setting it all back to how it was is going to take even longer.

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    Some radios stop when you disconnect the areal cable, I reckon it's an earthing thing.
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    Refueled another 250L under tray via 24/7 unmanned tap & go go zero contact, albeit Glen 20 is my new Bushman’s first response handle squirt




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