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diesel_jim



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United Kingdom 2006 Defender 110 Td5 SW Epsom Green
DMF....FUBAR'd?

Think i answered my own question on this...

Think there's waaaay too much slack on mine to be allowed out in public!


https://youtu.be/WAJmxiR8z14

Post #768671 15th Apr 2019 1:55pm
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miker



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Ooooh that is quite...sloppy. Did it shudder under load noticeably?

Post #768688 15th Apr 2019 4:35pm
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Can't say I noticed much, although it's probably been a gradual thing, so when I get it nailed back together again I'll think "crikey that's smooth!"

It has got quite "vibratey" recently, which I put down to engine mounts, although it could well be this.

Had a lot of spigot bush groaning as well, which the flywheel rattling about is't going to have helped.

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That is exceptionally thoroughly knackered!

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Spigot bush was worn to about 1mm thick as well. lots of dust and broken off bits fell out of it.

Will post pictures up later.

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