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Old 25-01-2023, 22:46   #1
PCr_1
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Vehicle: Now Have 3L SVE Terrano
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Smile Back for Another Year!

I'm on a new laptop as the previous one has stopped working. On the up side, I've managed to reset my password and pay for my subscription all in one sitting!
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Old 26-01-2023, 10:40   #2
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I'm on a new laptop as the previous one has stopped working. On the up side, I've managed to reset my password and pay for my subscription all in one sitting!
Welcome back The die hard of us are still around to help out. Don't think you'll ever get rid of me or Rick
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04' Terrano II SE 2.7 TDi SWB Commercial in Silver - Project Thread
Toyo Open Country M/T 33's on 10J Steels, Super Strong Steering Job
Navara D22 Snorkel, Front LOKKA, Maunal Hubs, EGR Blank
TunitII ECU Chip, 3" Body Lift, 2" Suss Lift, Heat Exchanger
Black Interior, 3.0 Borg&Beck Clutch, Eckes Heated Fuel Filter


99' Y61 Patrol GR SE 2.8 TD6 LWB in Blue/Silver - Project Thread
Engine Transplant - In Progress!!!
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Old 26-01-2023, 14:48   #3
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Coincidence as I renewed a few days ago too.
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Old 27-01-2023, 01:26   #4
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Well done PCr 1 & Jim, yes I will still be around all the time I can drive my lovely Patrol on and off road, Rick
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Ex banger racer now off road maniac
Lokka on the front with manual hubs
Diff lock on rear
3 inch SS straight through exhaust
Manly winch bumper with 13000 lb winch
10 spike ground anchor, with multiple straps and blocks
Super strong body cills capped with scaffold pole
20% stronger springs all round
aggressive off road tyres on wheels so just swap.
Aim to get stuck and be completely self sufficient in extraction, love getting muddy, 2ft deep is good but rare.
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Old 29-01-2023, 20:49   #5
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Location: worcestershire
Vehicle: 2.7 LWB Terrano 2TDi 1998
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Just Renewed again ....

....... but do I have to sit in the naughty corner seeing as I no longer got my Terrano ......

Good to see all the usual suspects are still about .....

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Old 29-01-2023, 21:18   #6
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Nice to hear from you again, whatever motor you have we may still be able to help, Rick
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Ex banger racer now off road maniac
Lokka on the front with manual hubs
Diff lock on rear
3 inch SS straight through exhaust
Manly winch bumper with 13000 lb winch
10 spike ground anchor, with multiple straps and blocks
Super strong body cills capped with scaffold pole
20% stronger springs all round
aggressive off road tyres on wheels so just swap.
Aim to get stuck and be completely self sufficient in extraction, love getting muddy, 2ft deep is good but rare.
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Old 29-01-2023, 22:44   #7
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A lot to be said for Terranos. Camper is booked in at a dealer for timing belt kit fitting 702
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Old 30-01-2023, 10:57   #8
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I've just renewed. Terrano still seems OK, in fact it passed its last MOT with no advisories. Might be fitting a winch of sorts this year, to be used for pulling stuff towards the truck.
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