Have a word with stephen Briers at wortley.
They repair/rebuild all sorts of gearboxes.
They ll know all the common faults on all the different boxes.
I dont have their number but think Matthew will.
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I used to work with nigel. He was a good friend. He was the best man at our wedding. He was a man of few words but always willing to help somebody out if he could.
They say only the good die young.
Nigel was better than most.
Was is a crap word!
I used to run the 90 on standard 90 front and disco heavyduty rear springs when it was towing regularly. This worked quite well.The variable rate disco springs gave a decent ride when empty but were good with heavy trailers.
Sorry dont know colour codes,but hope this is of some help.
Charlotte I've just seen the forum messages and I'm absolutely gutted for you. Fingers crossed for your motor's safe return. If it helps to keep you off-roading you are welcome to double-enter my motor (dog ruff) as you seem to enjoy yourself so much at Helmsley. Good luck Mark Amanda and the boys
Nick if a standard length socket will fit,if your not bothered about chewing the nuts up or snapping studs. Go to machine mart and buy :shock: (deep breath) a set of IRWIN bolt grip sockets.They will undoo anything,beleive me.They dig into the bolt/nut.The harder you turn the tighter they grip. Ther...
Nick unfortunatally youll want the stainless intercooler pipes as well as silicone hoses.They dont have the stupid kinks and sharp bends that the landy ones have.Thats what gives a better flow along with the silicone hoses which like you say dont balloon.
I think a ram air snorkel would help too.
If you havnt already done so, get a set of silicone hoses and stainless pipes.You will notice a difference,although not great. I do know someone who ran a 300 at 30psi boost.It went like a rocket but not for long though. :cry: You can turn the turbo up a bit without doing damage.My 200 has been runn...
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