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07 May 2020 16:47 #221993 by Soeley

jflynn2112 wrote: I've booked in to get the roof glossed black.

I'm about to order new chunky tyres but I just need to triple check the fitting.

I ordered a front runner roof rack (just the two bars, not the full rack).

Oh and these, I'm particularly excited about.


Hi, They look very similar to the ones I got. The cups on mine were rubbish. I have had a bit of a play with them SEE HERE and they finish off on the next page. I'm particularly happy with the storage of the rear 3 blinds.

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07 May 2020 17:06 #221994 by TillymintDLG
SIX ! Are you familiar with surgical procedure Jack?

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07 May 2020 18:27 - 07 May 2020 18:31 #221996 by jackonlyjack

TillymintDLG wrote: SIX ! Are you familiar with surgical procedure Jack?

No mate just needed wires for fog,reverse,number plate it's not to hard a procedure
just pop grommet out of body leave in the door use a firm draw wire ;)
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08 May 2020 15:26 #222013 by Keirravn
Diy'd some bullbars

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08 May 2020 15:55 #222015 by Hammo19
I took the spare wheel off stepped back and thought now there’s a job I need to do. The grinder came out all I need is for the rust converter and black hammerite to be delivered.

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To this......

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08 May 2020 15:56 #222016 by Hammo19
Sorry inserted too many photos I will get the hang of it

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10 May 2020 01:01 #222080 by Fossie
Took some doors to the stables to repair the stable walls !
All legal...ish, Cromer's blue transport directory says 30% overhang is allowed. They were lashed to the baton across the rear which was lashed to a secure anchor point....seat belt stays.
Only 3 miles anyway ....but 2 off those miles definitely off road.
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10 May 2020 07:11 #222086 by Lambert

Fossie wrote: Took some doors to the stables to repair the stable walls !


All legal...ish, Cromer's blue transport directory says 30% overhang is allowed. They were lashed to the baton across the rear which was lashed to a secure anchor point....seat belt stays.
Only 3 miles anyway ....but 2 off those miles definitely off road.


I've seen worse! Having said that it is a constant source of amazement just what I can fit inside Dreadnaught before having to resort to the roof system!

Dreadnaught (black 2011)

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10 May 2020 15:37 #222102 by gusthegorilla
:evil: :evil: I once tied five 8x4 sheets of marine ply to the top of an MG Midget, drove from Hull to York, and while I was stopped at some traffic lights, some smart arse said " it'll look great when it's finished, mate" :S


I'm planning to live forever.....so far, so good !!

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10 May 2020 18:02 #222116 by jflynn2112
Good to know..TBH I expected the cups would be rubbish! I'm anticipating that already..I'll check that thread.

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11 May 2020 19:50 #222141 by wjamieson
Took delivery of the recovery points today purchased via Alibaba. Ordered on the 26th of April and took delivery of them today. Came with nuts, washers and bolts. Bolts marked JL 8.8. Have fitted the front left one as this requires no trimming of the front bumper. Only took about 10 Minutes. Happy with the recovery points themselves, 8mm thick, welding and finish all looks fine. Certainly an improvement on the tie down points. Not sure about the nuts and bolts as don't yet know what 8.8 means. Will do some research and determine if the nuts and bolts supplied are fine as they are. Some photos below. Will install Front right at the weekend.

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11 May 2020 19:53 #222142 by wjamieson
Not quite sure why the pics appear to have rotated 90 degrees. Sorry about that.

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