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Old August 10th, 2006, 12:42 AM
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That's is tempting, send me an e-mail and give me your thoughts i'm sending it to RA because they are knowledgable about defenders and they are close but the diesel I may get and have you put it in sometime next year. We are heading up there in a couple of weeks to try and find a lease around sedan, know of anything?
I'm sure those healthy referals will cost me dearly, thanks guys.

What are you hunting? I worked at the scout ranch by Sedan back in high school. But my buddies up here by Augusta are hiding the prime bird and deer hunting spot. And they are LR enthusiats so you are a shoe in.

I will PM you a phone number to contact me. Did we meet at the Adventure team challenge some years back. Are you the English woodworker?

Anyway good luck with it. RA may be a good short term answer for you as I am up to my eyeballs in D110's right now.

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Old August 10th, 2006, 02:53 PM
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Pendy,
do you know why Ryan is converting to the 2.8 over the 6.5L?

Ooops never mind...saw that you weren't sure...
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Old August 10th, 2006, 02:55 PM
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I to...

...would say take it to Pendy. As soon as you see his Rover 'redneck landscape'.....

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I can personally vouch for Pandy being just about the smartest rover diesel guy on the planet. Of course, coming from me, that doesn't mean much! Good luck with the swap.
hehe...He said PANDY....
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Old August 11th, 2006, 10:18 AM
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That sounds cute and cuddly. Pandy indeed. He's just poiking fun at me for calling him Bucky.

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Old August 11th, 2006, 09:48 PM
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I'm sure those healthy referals will cost me dearly, thanks guys.

What are you hunting? I worked at the scout ranch by Sedan back in high school. But my buddies up here by Augusta are hiding the prime bird and deer hunting spot. And they are LR enthusiats so you are a shoe in.

I will PM you a phone number to contact me. Did we meet at the Adventure team challenge some years back. Are you the English woodworker?

Anyway good luck with it. RA may be a good short term answer for you as I am up to my eyeballs in D110's right now.

Jim Pendleton
To answer your question I'm hunting deer, archery Units A6 A8 and Unit 19. If you do know of anything around there let me know I'm still trying to find a place. It would be me my dad and brother.
I don't think we've met and I'm not an english woodworker.

Yea RA should be a quick way to go just to get my interior nice again but I doubt I'll do anything engine wise with them. When I do do a diesel it will be next year and I will keep you in mind for sure.

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Old August 11th, 2006, 10:48 PM
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I met a Sam from Houston with a LE also. He was up here for a local event we had some time back.

I would gladly introduce you folks to my friend and you could inquire about hunting his land. You are welcome to give me a call about your truck as well.

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