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Old 16th June 2017, 05:01   #11
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Well done, it's good that you can do most stuff yourself , you will save some money. Enjoy.
But no must say, offering toub
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Old 16th June 2017, 05:03   #12
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Well done, it's good that you can do most stuff yourself , you will save some money. Enjoy.
But I must say, offering you a Disco 3 for a surf??
That's the motoring equivalent of harakiri!
There's some unscrupulous dealers out there !!!
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Old 20th June 2017, 09:52   #13
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Hello

Although I have ordered the book with Roughttrax 4x4, but I still ask if someone please give me a detailed description of what I need to remove: Change the rear shock absorbers and springs and how best to switch the rear differential gasket. Because I'm running oil from the differential into the brake drum.

Thanks again at this point
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Old 20th June 2017, 09:57   #14
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@ Tashtego,

I confess, I've been looking for fun with the Discovery 3, in forums and so on. Honestly, this is not a car for me, the air suspension sounds very nice, but should not be very suitable for large suspension operation, and woe there is something on it, half of the repairs I could not even with the help of a forum. The Hilux remains our family member, no matter how old he is or for damage, this can be repaired and I create many things alone, though not everything.
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Old 27th June 2017, 10:28   #15
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Hello,
I would like to give an update to my work. On Friday, the packages came with 70 KG in parts.

The steering is replaced, the steering damper, the rear shock absorbers, the head gasket has changed, the viscose fan is changed, and the water pump. And a few small parts like white side flashers, floor mats and a plate on the trailer coupling as well as the underrun protection are installed. And the exhaust

Now missing, the rear springs, all brakes, the shaft seal from the rear axle and an axle sleeve at the front.

And then he's done, but I've also been screwed for days on the street.

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greeting
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Old 27th June 2017, 18:12   #16
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Hello

I need quick help, I wanted to change the gasket from the drive shaft at the back. (Since I have oil in the brake drum). If the wheel has been removed, the brake is dismantled so far (train removed, etc.) now the brake pipe which is at the rear brake shoe backing plate is still disturbing. I do not get this down, because the 10 ner foot wrench is no longer properly grasped (once one has broken the screw). How do I get the shaft removed to change the gasket, or does anyone have a trick to remove the screw (pipe). Because my Hilux jacked up on the street.

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Old 28th June 2017, 08:55   #17
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Not sure what you want but will help if I can. Is it the brake pipe you want to remove from the backing plate? If the nut for pipe is rounded then you need to grasp it with something else. Vice grips which are pliers that lock around the nut will work.

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