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SFDiscoII

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Selling a set of new in boxes Front and Rear Disc Brake Australia Rotors.

I bought these in preparation for a brake job. In the past I have had to replace my rotors at the same time as my pads when I have used LR Genuine parts.

I had a nice surprise this time to find plenty of life left on my rotors, difference is I used DBA rotors last time.

So I now have a set of Rotors I will not need anytime soon.

http://www.expeditionexchange.com/dba/

I bought these from EE and paid 120 ea plus shipping and tax for $576.

To move them I am looking for just the cost of the rotors 120 ea ($480) total I will eat the tax and shipping I paid.

Available in the SF Bay area for pick up or I could drop off or meet half way.

Let me know if your interested.

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DiscoChef

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Any idea if these will fit a D1?

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The link provided to the EE site said it does.
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DiscoChef

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The link provided to the EE site said it does.


There are several different options for various models on that site and besides, I'm just dreaming, i couldn't afford them right now.

But just in case, Leigh, do you have a part number?

Enrique
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1962 Series IIA Reg. Waiting to be restored :(

1967 Series IIA Two Door Pick Up, Daily Driver
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1995 LWB SOLD
1995 LWB RubiconReady, SOLD
1998 D1, 4.6 Relocated to KY 

1998 D1 Arles Blue. Dismantled 
06 LR3 HSE ARB bumper with Warn Winch

1992 SWB Da Yeti. Dusy Ready


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Disco2Guy

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Any idea if these will fit a D1?


The info listed is specific to the different LR models. The D2's have a different bolt pattern (5x120mm or 4.72") for the wheels, therefore there's no way the rotor's are interchangeable. Very few parts fit both a D1 and a D2.

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Just to clarify these are the following rotors

DBA Longlife Gold Vented Front Brake Rotor DBA528

DBA Longlife Gold Solid Rear Brake Rotor DBA093

According to EE Site the fronts are for the DII the rears can work for DII or P38

Thanks,

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astateofmike

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Not sure how many members use this, but I do and I see a few of you all do. Since we all are part of the large Rover family, if you want to let people know to link to you, who knows how that will work out....

So, if you want to link up with me.... you'll see: Michael McClung
Send me the invite and I use michaelemcclung(at)yahoo(dot)com as my email there.

If I can help you out, I will....

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oops, forgot about it... i'll link you in!

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Disco2Guy

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I'm connected with Mike and Jim (MrVideo) already. Thanks for the invite Mike!!

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astateofmike

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I am new to the Linkedin thing. However I never know when someone I know personally could be helpful to you. Only you can tell me that. So if I can let you know, all the better. In some way, being part of the club is a social thing too. With 90+ members, I don't know you all yet. However, if there is something I can do to assist, I'll do my best for you.

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Never heard of it (till just now) what is it and what are the benefits? (Or are there any...or is just the latest cool thing to do?) Is it another IM-type thing...?

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Never heard of it (till just now) what is it and what are the benefits? (Or are there any...or is just the latest cool thing to do?) Is it another IM-type thing...?

X2, it almost sounds like my blackberry IM. What is it? Enquiring minds want to know!

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Phil.

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it's not IM, but a social network aimed at professional networking. while sites like facebook and myspace are aimed at connecting friends and acquaintances across a wide range of interests, linkedin is focused on connecting professionals. at first glance, you'll notice it's a good way to connect with coworkers, both former and current. recruiters often use it to post job openings and drum up referrals from their networks, some specifically asking for referrals only. job seekers can see who might be able to help them get their foot into the door for companies they're interested in. more recently, i used it to research companies and even the interviewers i was scheduled to meet with. in fact, when i discovered that i had connections to 3 of 6 interviewers i was scheduled to meet with, i asked my connections to put in a good word for me ahead of time.

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Not sure how many members use this, but I do and I see a few of you all do. Since we all are part of the large Rover family, if you want to let people know to link to you, who knows how that will work out....

So, if you want to link up with me.... you'll see: Michael McClung
Send me the invite and I use michaelemcclung(at)yahoo(dot)com as my email there.

If I can help you out, I will....


I wasnt able to find you when doing the name search. There were 2 pages of Michael McClung and Mike McClung's but no one thats in the bay area?
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astateofmike

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My dad is probably one of those.. sent you a link...

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Here's my LinkedIn profile. Feel free to shoot me an invite.
http://www.linkedin....in/jimtmccarthy

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Why isn't there a Land Rover Group we all can join?
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astateofmike

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I can make a NCLR group if you want? That would work, right?

Or how about just a "Land Rover Owners" and then it is not club specific, but nationwide?

Actually, NCLR will work better...cause we are vouching maybe for each other....done.

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Northern California Land Rover Club has a group on Linkedin now...

Website is arguing with me about a logo, any logo....right size and shape, won't save for some reason...I'll figure it out...

http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/912697

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Looks like I'm number 2... but I don't smell anything:p

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