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Marccus



Member Since: 29 Dec 2017
Location: Staffordshire
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United Kingdom 1998 Defender 90 300 Tdi HT Caledonian Blue
Galvanised Bulkhead
What options do I have if purchasing the above. There seems very few suppliers and Sheikder doesn't have the best of reviews.
Thanks

It's for a 300tdi 90
Post #951822 6th May 2022 9:03pm
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Retroanaconda



Member Since: 04 Jan 2012
Location: Scotland
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Get a genuine one in good nick and have it done.
Post #951834 6th May 2022 9:55pm
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Tommybahama32



Member Since: 11 Sep 2017
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United Kingdom 1996 Defender 90 300 Tdi HT Bronze Green
I fitted a Shielder bulkhead in 2020, had no real problems, I debated getting my original one refurbed but the cost was not far off getting a new one with all new steel. There were a few tweaks to do new holes to drill but overall not a bad job. Allow plenty of time for this job because to do it right takes patience. But overall a good experience. Thumbs Up
Post #951844 7th May 2022 7:15am
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Disco_Mikey



Member Since: 16 Nov 2014
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Scotland 2003 Defender 110 Td5 XS DCPU Caledonian Blue
Shielder are utter Censored . I'd never, ever fitted another Evil or Very Mad

Our next one will be an Ultra. Know of a few LR specialists who have fitted them without issue Thumbs Up
Post #951868 7th May 2022 2:29pm
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Marccus



Member Since: 29 Dec 2017
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United Kingdom 1998 Defender 90 300 Tdi HT Caledonian Blue
Many thanks for the replies. I have contacted Ultra and sounds promising. I would have thought more companies would be making these nowadays.
Post #952632 15th May 2022 8:29pm
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