Who is doing what maintenance today?

warrenpfo Nov 20, 2010

  1. Josh Tagg

    Josh Tagg Well-Known Member I am in uk

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    Serviced pick up Saturday, fitted some new front shockers to stiffen things up a bit and we've gone from one extreme to the other!
     
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  2. Gary820

    Gary820 Well-Known Member I am in great_britain

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    Mot today, flew through with a tweak or two for the emissions!

    Sorted the leaking front windscreen and replaced the additional lights in the rear bumper (added drain holes to the new ones!)
     
  3. Øyvind Sør

    Øyvind Sør New Member I am in norway

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    Not really maintenance, but ordering parts. Just as important!
     
  4. Heaumey

    Heaumey Active Member I am in uk

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    Found some time to wire up the ARB lights, de-kid the inside and throw a bucket of water over the old girl.

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  5. stumog

    stumog Well-Known Member I am in england

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    That's a nice 100
     
  6. stumog

    stumog Well-Known Member I am in england

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    Made a cb mount for 1 side and a light mount for the other . Just need to find a light that fits.

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  7. Bob

    Bob Well-Known Member Supporter I am in ireland

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    The cruiser got it's 4th timing belt today! Such an easy job on these. All done in an hour... Genuine Toyota kit from Roughtrax..

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  8. Andy

    Andy Well-Known Member Supporter I am in england

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    Busy on the truck for a change today, Sam whipped out the transfer box & changed both the front & rear output seals that were leaking slightly, refitted the box, just the props to go back on.

    Bolted up the steering box that we rebuilt a month or so ago, delayed as we had to get some longer bolts as I had welded plate to reinforce the chassis whilst it was off ( no signs of cracking etc but belt & braces), & the originals weren’t long enough.

    Refitted the dried out headlamps, hopefully they will stay that way & it was the Russian river crossings that caused the water ingress.

    Had a good clean out of the intercooler fins & everything behind the grill with the air gun.

    Welded up the broken off front anti roll bar mount & exhast mount & refitted the exhaust.

    Replaced the front brake pads which were quite worn down, & was pleasantly surprised how even the wear on all 4 pads was.

    New oils all round.

    Fitted new breather catch can.

    Only a few more minor bits to do now then she’s back out of the garage, will drop the 170 long range tank at a later date to fit a sender & gauge that Kingtom kindly sent me, need to make a new bash guard for it too probably out af a big lump of 8mm Ali as the existing effort took a hammering last September & has various dents gouges & splits.

    Must also refit the steps to the sliders to get rid of an annoying rattle & refit the torn off mud flaps.

    Andy
     
  9. Gary820

    Gary820 Well-Known Member I am in great_britain

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    Bit of a cleaning day for both motors today, keep the salt cleaned off as often as possible.
    Not a bad pair.


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  10. Towpack

    Towpack Well-Known Member Supporter I am in england

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    A good job there Gary considering Black is one of the hardest colours to keep clean and shiny! :thumbup:
     
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  11. Gary820

    Gary820 Well-Known Member I am in great_britain

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    Cheers. They do take a fair bit of time and a lot of wax!! I've got a large collection of cleaning/detailing products. I actually enjoy doing it.

    Started cleaning the summer wheels this eve too, they'll be getting polished and waxed before go back on.

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  12. chapel gate

    chapel gate Well-Known Member Supporter Promoted Company I am in england

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    not a bad pair at all. the right one seems bigger than the left though.
    you might want to see someone about that..
     
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  13. chadr

    chadr Well-Known Member I am in england

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    Nothing very exciting but gave the truck an oil change with new oil filter and air filter. Now 185k miles :thumbup:

    Must have been feeling unwell, as I even hoovered and cleaned the interior! :icon-rolleyes:
     
  14. ADD

    ADD New Member I am in england

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    4 wheel tracking after one of my sons returned from a 10 mph smack coming down a French mountain.

    "It wasn't my fault Dad there was a person walking in the road":rage:

    4 new tyres - Yokohama Geolander A/T G015 175/60 R18 :)
     
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  15. big-yin

    big-yin New Member I am in uk

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    BigGreen has been on the ramp at work for a couple of days due to a stubborn bolt head that got stuck but back on the road today:

    Oil/Filter change
    New wheel bearing
    New brake discs & pads & brake fluid
    New rear drop links

    Been saving bits since last year so nice to have it all done in one go.

    The wobble has gone on braking now and its nice and quiet with the new bearings. Happy bunny.
     
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