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  1. #61
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    Disco 1 got new headlights, indicator lenses, left fender, nudge bar, grill, and HID spots.

    Disco 3 has custom snorkel in progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faniedup View Post
    Disco 1 got new headlights, indicator lenses, left fender, nudge bar, grill, and HID spots.

    Disco 3 has custom snorkel in progress.

    Now that seems to have been a lot of fun. Pics of both please.

  3. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by renier_c View Post
    Just got it back from LRZone!!

    Tx Walter!!!
    What did you do and the results were

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2beFree View Post
    What did you do and the results were
    Normal service. Nothing special

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    this thread is going to make the appliance guys very happy because it seems the only thing everyone on this page did was repair their Discovery! :P
    It's not leaking oil, it's sweating power!

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    Planning to fit a roofrack the weekend!!

    12000km in less than 3 months, with 0 issues! All the D3 needed was a good service.

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    this is the finished product of my diy bumper and the first test was to recover a bantam stuck in the dam.
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    took mine too work yesterday, because I love driving it and then took too landy mechy to have a few things looked before we take road to CT the long weekend in aug via uniondale. this will be my 1st trip since I bought in jan'13.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mud? View Post
    this is the finished product of my diy bumper and the first test was to recover a bantam stuck in the dam.
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    Job well done, MUD, looks good and obviously works just as good.

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    Fitted a 12vDC-DC charger from Hcdp Electronics in the rear for my 3rd battery.Tapped into the wiring at the back(left side) that is available and routing it through the space behind the 3rd row of seats.This will charge the battery that must keep the 2nd fridge happy on our Zim trip coming up in Sept.When stationery the solarpanel will charge the battery as the DC-DC charger has a solar regulator as well
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    Downsized on rims, and upsized on tyres.
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    Looks good Dirk,think you will get a softer ride as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk View Post
    Downsized on rims, and upsized on tyres.
    Dirk, very nice with all the effort to get them on. Saw some 19' Coopers on a D4 on Saturday and they look like fantastic tyres.

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    Played with a brand new D4!
    GASMAN

    Land Rover D3 TDV6 HSE 2007 - Goldilocks - Gone
    Land Rover D4 SDV6 HSE 2012 - Voeniks
    Ratel Bullbar
    Ratel Snorkel
    Ratel Rock Sliders
    Ratel Offroad Tow Hitch
    Melville & Moon Seat Covers
    TORQTUNE Map



    ORRA Z 173

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thegasman View Post
    Played with a brand new D4!
    You are a very fortunate young man.. PS you forgot - your D3 had a needed shower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2beFree View Post
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    Camelman, good luck. What do you do in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea? (Farming with a camel - just joking)
    No camels out here, only canninbals I am making money to spend on the Landy and vey long trips in future Doing a bit of management consulting
    camelman
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    Had my D3's SatNav screen enabled to Range Rover mode, picked up the reverse camera and had Baben do his magic in preparation for the install of the camera. I stand back in awe for his willingness to help. Such a genuine guy that restores one's faith in humanity
    Gambit: MY07 D3 TDV6 HSE
    It's the small things in life that matter

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    Double post
    Gambit: MY07 D3 TDV6 HSE
    It's the small things in life that matter

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    Gave mine a good wash this afternoon, and got rid of some of the interior dust from last week's off roading. Played around with the rear light clusters. Not happy with results, so will continue playing till the right result comes along in terms of colour. Time and money not our bestest friends.

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    Got my hands on an old headlight so I can play around with options to remove the orange and chrome. This is as far as I got. Not 100% the way I want it yet.

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