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J77



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Found this



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Apparently powerful UK are looking into side graphics 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #900628 29th Apr 2021 10:39pm
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Tim in Scotland



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The name Sterling brings back memories of a version of the old Rover 800............ I had an 820 Fastback for 3 years.
A little bit of history - look at the size of the computer “units” in the design office......
 Epsom Green Tdi300 County Hard Top converted into a Station Wagon
Defender D240 1st Edition in Pangea Green with Acorn interior. Now with a host of accessories added and more to come

Post #900644 30th Apr 2021 6:28am
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J77



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First potential issue Rolling Eyes

Bit of a noise coming from the brakes on the near side. It sounds like a grinding/rubbing noise, it may be a stone but I’d have though that may be more of a screech noise? I may take it to Kwik Fit and get them to whip the wheels off and have a look. 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #900717 30th Apr 2021 2:18pm
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SN



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You can usually get a stone out with some short sharp reversing. Have you tried that? Steve N | 21MY Defender | 08MY Discovery 3 (history) | 06MY Discovery 3 (ancient history)

Post #900721 30th Apr 2021 2:24pm
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J77



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I’ve had another drive and nothing, all is quiet. So more than likely just a stone, I have been on some dry dusty roads. 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #900733 30th Apr 2021 3:34pm
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J77



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Well the mystery noise returned today so called LR Assist out, they were pretty good, kept me updated on ETA. An AA van was out within 40 minutes. Took it for a little drive, replicated the noise, so he whipped the back wheel off and checked the brake over, no stones, no sign of any issues but he acknowledged there’s an issue somewhere. So now it’s to be booked in with the dealer for further investigation. 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #901105 2nd May 2021 8:30pm
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Defendit..



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But still ( safe) driveable ? keep us updated pls. No Mud flaps for my 90.!

Post #901108 2nd May 2021 9:20pm
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J77



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Yes he gave it a good look over, safe to drive, but needs investigating. 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #901117 2nd May 2021 11:01pm
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Tim in Scotland



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There seem to have been a spate of cars with bent or not properly fixed on heat shields that have been causing strange noises. Epsom Green Tdi300 County Hard Top converted into a Station Wagon
Defender D240 1st Edition in Pangea Green with Acorn interior. Now with a host of accessories added and more to come

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GREENI



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J77 wrote:
LandRoverAnorak wrote:
J77 wrote:
Added some decals to the doors over the weekend, they don’t look too out of place.

Have you got a wider shot of them?




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Perfect, I’d say that’s exactly what I’d spec. instagram @v8_scumbag

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Simon Audi



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J77 - is it a million point turn to get the car in the drive that way around?

Post #901125 3rd May 2021 6:29am
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TomekW



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Poland 2003 Defender 110 Td5 SW Bonatti Grey

J77 wrote:
LandRoverAnorak wrote:
J77 wrote:
Added some decals to the doors over the weekend, they don’t look too out of place.

Have you got a wider shot of them?




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perfect colour combo Thumbs Up 2021 Defender 90 D250 on order
1998 TUL
1997 TUM FFR
2003 Defender 110SW Td5
1985 ExMOD 110 ST 3.9 V8
1971 Series IIa Lightweight

Post #901134 3rd May 2021 8:30am
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J77



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Simon Audi wrote:
J77 - is it a million point turn to get the car in the drive that way around?


No, a couple of cuts and it’s in, it usually just gets parked at an angle.

This one was more challenging



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 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #901226 3rd May 2021 7:11pm
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SN



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Good god that would drive me up the wall... literally! Steve N | 21MY Defender | 08MY Discovery 3 (history) | 06MY Discovery 3 (ancient history)

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DSL



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Before driving up the wall best select off-road height. Whistle Whistle

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