Exhaust - my turn!

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Right. My turn for a new exhaust. Mine has about 6 months life left if that.
Where am I going to get a 3" exhaust and get a hassle free fitting...
All suggestions welcome. And Malcolm, All Americans website is under
construction - you have to mail or 'phone.
Cheers
Jeremy
HDJ-81 plus some stuff.
 
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"Where am I going to get a 3" exhaust and get a hassle free fitting..."
Well - maybe I am the only lucky here but I would suggest Longlife just
north of Bristol. I had mine made there 13 months ago and I am still
happy with it.
Mandrel bent top quality S/S.
It took nearly 8 hours, but it was right first time. Courtesy car
provided.
Sorry to drone on...........
Less drone with 2 silencers of course.
Regards Gareth. '97 1-HDFT.
 
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Thanks Gareth.
I'm in London but worth the drive if it goes as well as yours...
Jeremy
Quoting Gareth Jones <[Email address removed]>:
 
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.... ok as long as you like the sound of John Deere's ;-)
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Regards,
Julian Voelcker
Mobile: 07971 540362
Skype: julianvoelcker
Cirencester, United Kingdom
1994 HDJ80, 2.5" OME Lift
 
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Talking of London, whatever happened to our get-together, I've found a
venue all we need is a date.
TTFN
Chas
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Don't start about John Deere's you guys, some of those beasties would rip an
80 to bit's.
Take a look at their GATOR Hpx 4x4, bigger than a quad, takes 2 for more fun
and
diesel engine for lot's of muddy torque.
Chris
Toy HDJ80 1994, 2.5" OME lift, intercooled, airco,
285/75R16 BFG AT on steel rims, alloy tranny skid plate, bit & pieces
Merc GD300 1986, Bilstein schocks, Pirelli scorpion AT on alloys, military
bumper
http://shop.kapaza.be/Colleman/
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Chris, we have the Gator 4 x 2 petrol. With floatation tyres and a
locking rear diff it is amazing where it will go. The huge "footprint"
means no damage to the fields in the winter. The elecrtrically tipping
rear load carrier saves a lot of effort when carrying heavy loads. I
know someone with the 6 x 6 diesel version, it's good but with the
difflock engaged it is a nightmare to turn.
Gareth Jones '97 1-HDFT
 
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Hi Gareth;
I sold one of those last year to big farm, uses it for all the little chores
here and there.
He's really happy with his go-anywhere get anything vehicle.
Next maintenance we'll fit a small alloy plate to it's belly cause the muck
can get in back.
We've got some 6x4 petrol engined ones running in our sandy dunes on the
coast.
Other than the sand just getting into everything they keep on whizzing
around.
Chris
Toy HDJ80 1994, 2.5" OME lift, intercooled, airco,
285/75R16 BFG AT on steel rims, alloy tranny skid plate, bit & pieces
Merc GD300 1986, Bilstein schocks, Pirelli scorpion AT on alloys, military
bumper
http://shop.kapaza.be/Colleman/
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Sent: Friday, August 04, 2006 9:57 AM
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