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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    A rivnut tool. How have I been without this tool all this time ... for Fitting various things around the car , this is a gamer changer folks.

    I've got a little project going at the back of the car.
    Parts of it needs nuts put onto a spanner with blutac and then tucked away behind panels and brackets like a contortionist ... Stuff that.
    This tool wipes all that.

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    I bought that same set a couple of years ago, amazing how many times i have used it. Simple system.
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    Yeah how good is the rivnut kit. Got one myself. Don’t use it a lot but when I need to it’s like. Yep, great bit of kit....


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    Set of 63% reduction gears from Marks. Looking forward to fitting them up to my 2009 GU and seeing what difference they make on downhills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konect View Post
    Set of 63% reduction gears from Marks. Looking forward to fitting them up to my 2009 GU and seeing what difference they make on downhills.
    I've got them in my petrol auto because I was looking for another lower gear on the downhill runs. Not anymore, it's up there with one of the best mods that I've done.

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    Agreed Gents, reduction gears in the hills, coupled with front & rear lockers allow us to slowly enjoy the views instead of smashing tracks like days of old!
    If someone were to run a study...reckon they’d find there is money to be saved by installing traction/torque devices instead of trashing vehicles with momentum otherwise gnarly adventures required:-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by jay see View Post
    I've got them in my petrol auto because I was looking for another lower gear on the downhill runs. Not anymore, it's up there with one of the best mods that I've done.

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    yep, loving them in my 4.8 auto

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    Bought a Toyota Hiace Commuter bus.

    Going to set it up as our soft tourer. We didn't want or like the idea of a caravan. Can fit a queen size mattress in the back and squeeze a table and 2 seats facing each other in between that and the front seats.
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    One of these bad boys. My factory honker is so annoying. Of course I went for the 300dBa option!
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    Agreed the factory honker is embarassing.
    Guy at work has a mitsubishi 380 which has a decent blast. Think I'll see if I can grab one from the wreckers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    One of these bad boys. My factory honker is so annoying. Of course I went for the 300dBa option!
    Train horn.png
    Agreed the factory honker is embarassing.
    Guy at work has a mitsubishi 380 which has a decent blast. Think I'll see if I can grab one from the wreckers.

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    12/97 GEE YOU
    4.5lt Gas blower. Lots of mods to come.....all in good time.

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