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What Did You Do With Your Rover Today?

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#21
wineryrover

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I installed new left and right door latches on the series.  It is the first time in the 8 or 9 years I have owned it that I have lockable doors.  Oh, and the doors don't fly open when I am driving anymore, that is a bonus too.  Almost ready for the Mendo-recce trip this weekend.


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I installed new left and right door latches on the series.  It is the first time in the 8 or 9 years I have owned it that I have lockable doors.  Oh, and the doors don't fly open when I am driving anymore, that is a bonus too.  Almost ready for the Mendo-recce trip this weekend.


I thought that was the air conditioning?
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I installed new left and right door latches on the series.  It is the first time in the 8 or 9 years I have owned it that I have lockable doors.  Oh, and the doors don't fly open when I am driving anymore, that is a bonus too.  Almost ready for the Mendo-recce trip this weekend.

It's a 'feature'.


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call it air conditioning, call it a feature, but you better have your seat belt on!


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Is that what you call that rope in your lap?

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Got her washed and went threw recovery gear .Now just have to put new diff and transfer case oil .


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04 Discovery 2-Trail truck- RTE 3in with fox 2.0 shocks, $g rear cones ,$G front bumper with Warn XD9000i custom rear,ARB's air lockers F&R with Ashcroft 4.12 w/reverse cut front , Ashcroft HD axles/CV's, RTE diff guards F&R , Max Yedor HD tie rod and track rod,custom watts, 255/85-16 MAXXIS MT-762 BIGHORN

99 Discovery 2 -Parts truck

2008 lr3

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Lights, lights, lights! I replaced the right rear tail light lense and got the left rear brake light working again. All lights are now at 100% functionality.
Tyler
2004 DII- Not modified heavily enough

I get below 15 mpg on Fuelly!
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You guys doing work mid-week kill me.  I don't even see my Rovers mid-week.  No Rovers makes a sad Don  :(


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'07 LR3 HSE/HD - slightly non-stock

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You guys doing work mid-week kill me. I don't even see my Rovers mid-week. No Rovers makes a sad Don :(


Yeah try doing a year.... I see other Rovers more than my own.
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Getting the old d2 ready for sale .cleaning it and putting parts back on so it can go down the road.


KK6QGU
04 Discovery 2-Trail truck- RTE 3in with fox 2.0 shocks, $g rear cones ,$G front bumper with Warn XD9000i custom rear,ARB's air lockers F&R with Ashcroft 4.12 w/reverse cut front , Ashcroft HD axles/CV's, RTE diff guards F&R , Max Yedor HD tie rod and track rod,custom watts, 255/85-16 MAXXIS MT-762 BIGHORN

99 Discovery 2 -Parts truck

2008 lr3

http://www.pacificadventuretours.com/


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Getting the old d2 ready for sale .cleaning it and putting parts back on so it can go down the road.

Say what?? No more trail rig? What's your plans?

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Discovered a coolant leak during my lunch run, then spent the remaining time digging tools out of boxes and secured the leak.

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Say what?? No more trail rig? What's your plans?


Still have the trail truck. Just getting rid of the old 99 parts truck. Making room for future project.
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KK6QGU
04 Discovery 2-Trail truck- RTE 3in with fox 2.0 shocks, $g rear cones ,$G front bumper with Warn XD9000i custom rear,ARB's air lockers F&R with Ashcroft 4.12 w/reverse cut front , Ashcroft HD axles/CV's, RTE diff guards F&R , Max Yedor HD tie rod and track rod,custom watts, 255/85-16 MAXXIS MT-762 BIGHORN

99 Discovery 2 -Parts truck

2008 lr3

http://www.pacificadventuretours.com/


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Oil change, figured out why the windscreen washers don't work, wash and interior detail. Justin, I need a new pump assembly for the p38.

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I actually drove the '88. On an actual trail.
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'07 LR3 HSE/HD - slightly non-stock

'96 D1 - even more non-stock


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Got the Classic out today and drove it a good 60 miles with no issues, took it to British Car service and he hooked up the auto logic to find out the engine light was from a bad throttle position sensor, replaced that and some minor air hoses. Took it and got it smogged. 


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Replaced the MAF on my D2. Hopefully that'll solve my SES woes

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This weekend I did doors. Pulled the latch out of the fifth door and replaced the broken spring. I also adjusted the link rods in the drivers door, so I can get in from the outside again!


I attempted to get the rear windows working, but the problem isn't with the ECU. I still don't know what is wrong with them. I'll check switches next.
Tyler
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Overheated it. Ugh. Praying it's ok. Weird symptoms, thinking sticky thermostat




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