Roman's Mods

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Roman
Your LC is nicely modified - I didn't get around to asking you about
them - could you provide a few links to the sites where you sourced your
Desert DesRes Mods from?
Renate
 
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Hello Renate,
I am not sure which mods may be described as Desert DesRes -
certainly the tyre beadlock system ( http://www.secondair.com/ ), air
compressor ( http://www.onboardair.com/ ), a 170L extra fuel tank (
http://www.4wdworld.com.au/products/longranger/index.htm ), the rear
bumper with brackets for two spare wheels (
http://www.kaymar.com.au/toy80.html ), the fridge is from Minus40 (
http://www.minus40.co.za ).. Other bits and pices came from a variety
of sources , usually a mixture of local suppliers, the rest I built
myself, like the roofrack, or the dogguard.
How is your cruiser doing after the trip to the Plains?
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Rgds,
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80
On Mon, 06 Dec 2004 14:45:14 +0000, Renate Haupt
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My cruiser is doing just fine - I anticipated it complaining yesterday
morning but no, good as its ever been (if you can call it this). No
missing bits, no problems, no worries. So am quite happy about it and
the plains.
On Thursday this week it is going to the garage to have the CVJs and
exhaust section replaced.
I already have a LRFT (as you may have guessed, bearing in mind what I
like doing best - sand) but I was interested also in your rear wheel
(double) carrier and your I assume, GPS/Radar/Comms on the dash. I'm
thinking of having the roofrack replaced at some point before I next get
back to the Sahara, yours looks very functional and strong. And of
course the wheels and tyres in the Spring.
How's your Cruiser? No radiator or lamp problems?
Renate
>>> [Email address removed] 12/06/04 11:46pm >>>
Hello Renate,
I am not sure which mods may be described as Desert DesRes -
certainly the tyre beadlock system ( http://www.secondair.com/ ), air
compressor ( http://www.onboardair.com/ ), a 170L extra fuel tank (
http://www.4wdworld.com.au/products/longranger/index.htm ), the rear
bumper with brackets for two spare wheels (
http://www.kaymar.com.au/toy80.html ), the fridge is from Minus40 (
http://www.minus40.co.za ).. Other bits and pices came from a variety
of sources , usually a mixture of local suppliers, the rest I built
myself, like the roofrack, or the dogguard.
How is your cruiser doing after the trip to the Plains?
--
Rgds,
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80
 
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Hi Roman
Read with interest all your Mods. Do you have any other interesting sites
to visit regarding Mods. I see your joining the Aussies.
John c
92 HDJ 80 Ireland
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On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 08:12:56 +0000, Renate Haupt
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I got it via Footloose4x4, imported from OZ I guess. It's pretty solid
and bl00dy heavy but it's been tested in the rough and should not
break up like some other 4x4 bling accessories.
No I haven't got a radar, just a Garmin 128 / LP35 TracPac, a Brantz
trip computer and an installation for a portable CB radio. I don't
think radar would work without a 10ft antenna pole on the roof ;-)
I'm thinking of
None whatsoever, Cooling is fine, even with the rad clogged with mud...
Rgds,
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80
 
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Thanks for this info, I'll start making preliminary enquiries.
Renate
>>> [Email address removed] 12/07/04 03:11pm >>>
On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 08:12:56 +0000, Renate Haupt
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On Tue, 7 Dec 2004 09:24:32 -0000, john byrne <[Email address removed]> wrote:
Helo John,
The best websites are based in OZ and ZA. The US sites are all around
the subject of rock crawling which, if you want my opinion, is pretty
stupid - going over and over again in the same places (like Moab) over
the same rocks with tyre marks on them. If they want to be original
they should try driving with one wheel removed :)
The links I found interesting are scattered all over my several
computers. I remember I once send Julian a more or less orderly
collection of links. Maybe one day we will get round to publishing
them.
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Rgds,
Roman (London, UK)
'92 HDJ80
 
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