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To the mods, this would only be applicable to anyone in SA, move to wherever you may deem more suitable, if at all
Taken from elsewhere... But it could impact those 4X4's here in SA.
The South Australia Government is trying to change legislation of the Pastoral Act, which...
Picked up a small stake into the internal top edge of the tyre, not technically the sidewall
Dropped it in to the local tyre guy around the corner to plug it as I didn't have the time to do it myself. Guy said it was a sidewall stake and wouldn't repair it. The hole is on top of the tyre so...
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Have a 75 series and when I depress the clutch I get a sqeaky noise, no issues to date with engaging gears just beginning to become annoying.
Hopefully its just something thats needs lubrication, but who knows
Anyone shine any light on this
The foam backed roof lining in my cab is starting to detach from the roof, what glue/adhesive can anyone recommend I use to stick it back.
Its just the front and my intent is just to glue that rather than remove the lot
Had a canvas canopy made just recently to a price point. Canopy ok but the zips that they installed are rubbish so much so that I've had then replaced twice so far in 6 months. It seems that the units are small and maybe not suited to purpose.
The first one were paskal moulded zips of which the...
Which brand of 18V li ion batteries are recommended or is it much of a muchness.
Looking at going down the cordless path ( currently have a mismatch of 18V cordless tools non with li ion batts though) like to buy a few batteries and then skins to suit when required
As it says who can recommend a good wheel aligner in Adelaide.
Been to heaps over the years and always some issue, such as can't do it as the cv will pop, but still charge me as tyrepower did when I had some tyres fitted, get it back with the steering wheel crooked, my biggest gripe, excessive...
Reckon picked up some crud diesel from Cunnumulla a couple of days ago. Realised after the fact that the storage tank was one of those rectangle above ground potable units ( whether that makes a difference )
Noticed that my consumption increased by about 2/100 and am getting 50km less per tank...
Just out of Gympie yesterday on our way to Hervey Bay I saw a tyre bouncie about 4 metres in the air then disappear over the edge of who knows what, then saw a cloud of what looked like dust, then I saw a newish knitted 70 landcruiser wagon, new mags and wheels,racks with a set of maxitracks...
Am looking at picking up a fridge and hooking it up to a battery which I'll have in the back next to the fridge (ute tub)
The intent will be to run a lead/s through a vsr to the d/c bat in the back
Questions I have are:
- 6 B&S wire big enough or should I go 8, distance from crank bat is about 1...
Any one in them and views on them
Myself, joined the TLCCSA about 15 years ago but lasted 12 months, good concept for some, good information nights/technical or training days ( although I never attended any training days), discount at selected sponsors, good social environment for like...