I am currently looking to buy an additional heater as my series hybrid's heating is virtually non existent.
Do any of you have any recommendations for a good 12v plug in heater/ de- mister or suggest any alternatives.
Merry Christmas and Happy New year to everyone
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Iv'e been witness to the Suzuki Beast being made.
Just like the six million Dollar Man, we can re-build it, better, stronger, faster.
It's gonna' be a force to be reckoned with once completed.... hence I let the tyres down
Just wait till you see the colour
I have four Range Rover alloy wheels that I am going to give to my uncle. I think they are Range Rover classics? i.e. 3 large spokes.
Will they fit a 1999 Rangerover P38.. Is the wheel centre hole the same size?
Hello all, a bit of advice please. I was at Robin Hoods Bay this weekend and managed to alter the shape of my left rear trailing arm (or lower link as it is called)... OK so I bent it. Did some bush mechanics and got home OK. Question is, as I am going to replace it (but will do both sides), should ...
All On Monday as I was reversing my land rover slowly I heard and felt a BIG BANG from underneath (no I hadn't hit anything). I got out to check underneath but couldn't see anything, I expected to see a drive shaft in pieces it was that loud. Sounded/felt like something letting go or breaking. As I ...
Sounds like a good deal that Rod. Charlotte, I will be buying some new tyres soon, everyone has also suggested that I go for the Cooper STT's 235/85/16's. Just Tyres in York (Foss Islands Road) have a sale on at the moment and can do Cooper STT's for Â£110.00 each fitted and balanced, obviously fitt...
Thanks' for your guidance on the gauges.
After reading everyone's advice, I went for volt meter, oil pressure and a clock as suggested.
Mark, as you said the Raptor Pod was a piece of cake to fit, very simple and straight forward.
Just sorting out the wiring etc
I am planning to fit a Raptor Engineering dash pod into my modified 11A (has 200TDI engine) fitting a CD, CB, toggle switches (for future fitment of lights etc), a Carling hazard switch (just because I like them) and have space for three gauges. The question is, which three gauges will serve me best...
The central seat has ben removed and I have my battery in a box (Landy has a 200TDi fiited and battery will not under bonnet).
I think I will give Exmoor Trim a ring and see if they can also give suggestions.
Cheers to all, apprecite your input.
Pam & Bo Thank you for the swift reply and advice. Both of my children are still of an age where they require a full child/ booster seats. So upon advice and reading the PDF in relation to child seats, and safety, it looks like it will be forward facing rear seats. Does any body know where I can...
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