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dan_uk_1984



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LANDROVERmax! Show 28th-30th Aug

Right chaps, who's going:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/news/7...tival.html

http://www.lrmshow.com/

It's not cheap, but hopefully would be a laugh if enough of us go and we could get a Range Rover corner?

Dan 

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AFAIK I will be there with mud-club Cool Hopefully we will have the big ramps so everyone can see the underside of the Warpig Twisted Evil Land Rover Addict
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Hi Dan,

No worries, the event looks good, will check my calendar and let you know.

LPG conversion underway as we speak and still need to get a bulb if you have any reccommendations.

Cheers,

David

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Question What sort of bulb Question

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Hi. Passenger side low beam headlight. Any suggestions?

Cheers.

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allterrain wrote:
Hi. Passenger side low beam headlight. Any suggestions?

Cheers.


Pop it out and go to Halfords or any motofactors. Low beam is just a standard bulb according to the manual.

Your handbook will give you instructions on how to get it out, prepare to loose the skin on your knuckles!

Dan 

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Other than the usual - LR Dealer Parts, Halfords, A N Other Motor Factors, why can you not get what you need from these suppliers?

What type of bulb is it exactly (Make/Part Number)? - eBay is good source for vehicle bulbs also.

If you were struggling - I was about to offer a spare HiD2S (Xenon) Idea bulb I had available, but I don't think it is the one that you are after Rolling Eyes

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Thanks Delamo (and Dan) just being slack and lazy and asking you guys as the "experts". Haven't even considered Halfords thinking it was too specialist for them after the guy I bought the car from told me the main dealer price was 120 quid!

Will pop down there tomorrow and check it out.

Thanks again.

Oh Dan, that weekend is free so lets get the RR corner going! L322s are vastly under represented in all of the "enthusiast" mags in my opinion so it would be good to put on a show.

Cheers,

David

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I've had all 3 of mine in "enthusiast" mags Shocked - in actual articles lol Land Rover Addict
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Cool stuff thrasher! Just seems that we are out numbered by the defenders and think we need to defend our corner (excuse the pun)!

Cheers, David

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allterrain wrote:


Dan, that weekend is free so lets get the RR corner going! L322s are vastly under represented in all of the "enthusiast" mags in my opinion so it would be good to put on a show.

Cheers,

David


Awesome, I look forward to putting the RR through the off road course there, hopefully it will be nice and scratch free!

The Range Rover Register is going to be there so we might have some company, have you joined RRR yet? I need to renew my membership, but will do that soon.

Dan 

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unfortunately due to the rediculous OF front bumper think off roading not a good idea, would be a laugh though Wink No body told me there would be days like these

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hopefully it will be nice and scratch free!


Offroad fail!!!! Don't let the Defender owners read that!!! Jeez, it's only paint! Trust me - it can take a LOT of natural (read tree/plant) abuse!?! Land Rover Addict
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Sportex wrote:
unfortunately due to the rediculous OF front bumper think off roading not a good idea, would be a laugh though Wink


Really? It's a relatively good approach angle, better than the P38's infact and the off roading that I've done has never caused any problems, infact it's been immense.

Dan 

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