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    Re: My 98 Patrol 4500 GL - Cleanup Pics, Etc Etc

    No prob:) Very nice Trol you have by the way. One day when I'm big...:D
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    Re: My 98 Patrol 4500 GL - Cleanup Pics, Etc Etc

    Lectro Kleen by Spanjaard is what you are looking for. Should get it in any Spares shop. Red and white can.;)
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    RangeRover Re: What have you done with you done with your P38

    Yeah I can understand that. Working on gravel is a royal pain in the backside.
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    RangeRover Re: What have you done with you done with your P38

    Aah OK. That's a bit of a job. Hope you manage to get them both sorted without breaking the bank.:cool:
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    RangeRover Re: What have you done with you done with your P38

    Eish sounds expensive:eek:
  6. Sticky: Re: WANTED thread for Land Rover parts & accessories:

    Hi all.

    Slim chance but does anyone have or know of someone who might have the plastic trim for a P38 Drivers side armrest? I got one for the left seat and that's all Rangies had unfortunately....
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Land Rover here please

    Melkvlei picnic spot, Kgalagadi

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    RangeRover Re: What have you done with you done with your P38

    Sho its been a while.

    Recent work done to Thirsty8.

    Replaced ABS Accumulator - Nice to have proper breaks again;D
    New drivers door window regulator - Teeth were fubar on the old one.
    Replaced...
  9. Re: Advice for Accommodation between Upington and Vryburg

    Another +1 for Red Sands. Great spot for a stopover.
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    Re: Patrol 4.8 GL manual P63 questions

    https://www.4x4community.co.za/forum/showthread.php/264353-Comparing-Patrols

    See reply no9 with regards to p63/4 designations.
  11. Thread: Kgalagadi

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    Re: Kgalagadi

    I completely forgot you were there at the same time as me haha:confused: Come to think of it tho, having watched your Youtube vids I do recall seeing you guys in the park. I was in a white rangie and...
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    Re: Kgalagadi pictures thread, NO cat pics allowed!

    Amazing pics in the thread. Now I can contribute ;D

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    Amazing place even with the dry conditions.
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    Sticky: Re: LR parts offered / required

    Bit of a stretch.

    Looking for a known good ABS accumulator for my rangie as well as a Throttle position sensor (98 GEMS). It would be most appreciated.
    Just a temp fix until I can afford new.:-\
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    Re: Schoemanskloof - Stop and Go.

    Just asked my mate who lives opposite the Bambi. Count on 10 mins a stop. Sometimes quicker and sometimes slower. Mostly luck that determines the wait:D
  15. Thread: Kgalagadi

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    Re: Kgalagadi

    Ya I kinda figured that those 2 would have a bit of a waiting list looking at the availability on the sanparks site.
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    Yeah for sure that is true. I was just keen to experience a bit more of the park that's all, but I'm super excited to go regardless. I would be happy to sleep in the car park :p

    Venison pie you...
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    Oh lekker. We couldn't get space in the other 2 camps unfortunately but excited non the less.

    See you there.
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    Thanks Chris. Appreciate the heads up.
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    Re: Kgalagadi

    7 Days camping booked in Twee Rivieren from 3rd August. Cannot wait.;D

    Time to start saving petrol money haha
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    Poll: Series I Re: What Land Rover do you drive?

    P.Thirsty.8:p
  21. Thread: Part number

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    Discovery 2: Re: Part number

    OEM part number is DKC100890. Struggling to find part numbers from others manufacturers. ???

    Hope that helps.

    Edit. Could you not just take a measurement and look through the wipers on display...
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    Re: field guide courses

    Can recommend Eco Training.

    Did my 55 day lvl 1 with them 3 years ago in Selati and Karongwe. They have changed their syllabus a bit since then for the better I hear.

    All the training...
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    RangeRover Re: What have you done with you done with your P38

    Eventually got round to changing the front shocks. Pretty sure the old ones were original. Buggered to say the least. I'm very happy with the Terrafirmas, ride feels a lot better than before.

    I've...
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    Re: Bearmach

    Cross country spares is another.
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Land Rover here please

    Looking good after a well deserved wash.

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  26. Re: Buying a P38 that has been standing for 8 years

    Good call. There are better and cheaper examples for sale without all those hassles. What a cheek. 60k for that and all the unknowns as well...not a chance
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Land Rover here please

    Oops haha. Aah ok cool, looks like a good one. Hope you get the GREEN dragon sorted.
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    Sticky: Re: Post a photo of your Land Rover here please

    When did your rangie transform from navy blue to white:p
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    Any idea where I can get one of those aerosol kits for testing? I see Spanjaard makes a kit.

    Just recieved my spares ;D Victor Reinz gasket set along with new head bolts and a thermostat.

    P.S....
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    Yeah will do. Heads are off to engineering later today to be checked out, valve stem seals will be replaced at the same time.
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    Sorry should have worded it better. Meant to say that the liners have not slipped which was my main concern.

    Honestly not even sure how to go about testing for hairline cracks.
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    Progress;D

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    Seems like I found the problem. Combustion gasses pushing through the gasket into the coolant passage. Gasket has not blown though.
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    Yip haha. Was just loose, no idea how it ended up like that though. Most likely the person who previously worked on it didnt make sure they were in place properly. Another one wasnt all the way in...
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    When progress is halted by some seemingly insignificant bolts...:mad: Can go no further without finding a 8mm multi-spline (12 spline) socket, no space for a spanner to fit. Damn rocker/tappet cover...
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    RangeRover Re: P38 4.6 Coolant loss

    OK so after hearing the same conclusion from a few more people in the know outside of this forum and many posts online that say head gasket failure is fairly common I have decided to pull the trigger...
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