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fiting my steering guard EmptyMon May 13, 2013 5:43 am by bigbenny777
Very Happy hi all .. met some of you the other day picin the wheels up Very Happy
was good to meet ya ,and see your beasts Very Happy lovin the blue 110 Very Happy mmm got to get me the front end like that on my 110 me thinks Very Happy

well we went out today an done a few lanes round nant most of the easy ones tho as the newbie we had with us was in a bog standard 53 reg hilux affraid i think i was Sleep most of …

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fiting my steering guard EmptyWed Jan 02, 2013 6:05 am by krazycrab
Could all members go through and update their profile information as complete as possible please Smile

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Hello from Mrs Daisydad
fiting my steering guard EmptyMon Nov 19, 2012 7:20 am by tonit8
I'm Toni married to Ant (Daisydad) and although my boys aren't used for off-roading, thought I'd introduce myself before we hopefully meet up on the 2nd. Very Happy

My daily ride (Barry) is my 300tdi which is basically unmodified and is the family taxi, but my pride and joy is my old boy Mac. Mac's a 1959 Series 2 109 which was used as a recovery vehicle, but can't sit the kids on a crane so …

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Hello everyone
fiting my steering guard EmptyMon Nov 12, 2012 7:51 am by Amanda-Daz
Hello from sunny alfreton Very Happy

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fiting my steering guard EmptyMon Oct 22, 2012 4:15 am by Anonymous
greetins from the deep cotswolds !!!
we are cider aand debz we met some of you at stonliegh resto show to day
we are looking forward to meeting all of your club and having some off road adventures !!!!!!!!!!

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Join date : 2011-11-09
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Location : Fenny compton Warwickshire

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PostSubject: fiting my steering guard   fiting my steering guard EmptyThu Jun 21, 2012 9:25 am

Finally got round to having another go at fitting the steering guard to my disco II . There i was happy that the bolts were coming undone nicely when i suddenly realized that the whole of the front bumper asembly started moving about silent it was then i started to panic abit and thought to myself this could turn very pear shaped pale i was on my own and at work and really shouldn't have been anywhere near my landrover. So i quickly put the bolts back in again and tightend them up again. so is this a job for two people or do you just need to support the bumper with axle stands or the like or is there anything else i should be doing would reaally love to get this job out of the way, any one that can offer any help i would be very greatfull. Thanks.
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