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Old February 19th, 2010, 11:56 PM
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1992 200TDI rebuild photos.

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...3&l=40ed8b9042 is where I've been posting my build photos. Things are starting to get to the point where I feel a little better sharing photos. Heading to the paint shop in the morning to grab the bulkhead and seat-box and got a pile of stuff coming from the UK by next weekend that should hopefully be enough to get things running again. (as long as I can decide on an engine-side noise/heat reduction material for the bulkhead so that can all get bolted in place.
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Old February 20th, 2010, 02:06 AM
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looking good. For some reason your post's link wasn't working (asked for a facebook login) but your sig works fine:

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...3&l=40ed8b9042

I like how they let you in to see everything dipped. I didn't read all of the descriptions though...
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Very nice! Love the rear cross member with the reinforced winch box. Wish I had one on my Marsland.
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Old February 20th, 2010, 07:32 AM
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Yeah, still need to design and build a recessed receiver to bolt under it but we made the bottom plate there from 8mm, should be pretty hard to tweak no matter what I try to pull out of the mud
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Old February 20th, 2010, 08:18 AM
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Andrew, do you have these pictures loaded somewhere else? The damn hospital firewall won't let me on to facebook.
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Old February 20th, 2010, 08:46 AM
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Not yet but I will try to get a timeline page up sometime this week, something I have been meaning to get around to for some time.
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Old February 20th, 2010, 05:33 PM
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I assume it is normal for things to really not line up right after fitting a new chassis, as well as the various hot-dipped bits to be off by a bit when you go to put them back together. The hand-winch is coming in handy today, got the bulkhead fitted, the tub fitted and the lower sill from the T-posts (separated the door post from the sills so the sills could be galvanized without doing the posts). Hope to add some photos in a few minutes, just need to wait for my phone/camera to charge up a little. Putting the final paint on the seat-box bottoms now and riveting things together in the morning to test-fit the floor panels to see how much more tweaking needs to be done to get things to line up correctly.
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Old February 22nd, 2010, 06:06 AM
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Old February 22nd, 2010, 08:34 AM
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Andrew, if you need new sway bar links, let me know. I have some new ones for sale.. Looks nice
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Old February 25th, 2010, 11:21 AM
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I did need new Swaybar links but got a full set from Britcar Pards, a newer vendor whom I cannot recommend enough so far. Quick and responsive with a great selection of parts Genuine, OEM, and Pattern (and all clearly marked as such) at www.brit-car.co.uk and most items were even cheaper than Paddocks.

Tomorrow (Friday) evening I get to pick up all of the rest of my bodywork (except the roof) from the paint shop, and I expect about 5 shipments of parts (including what I need to finish the drivetrain minus the D2 shaft core that is coming). In theory this might even be moving under its own power by Monday. (though the steering column is still out having bushings or new bearings fitted, need to go meet with him today and see what we've decided on).

So, lots more pics soon! I'm also working on a more comprehensive website and will post that as soon as I have most of my pics moved over and commented.

I think this is the part of the build where things get most exciting
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Old March 7th, 2010, 04:44 PM
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Added a pile more photos today, including the sound-reduction process on the bulkhead including application of butyl matting, mass-loaded vinyl inside and out and heat-shielding where appropriate. Sprayed the interior and inner fenders with bedliner this afternoon as well. Used the same bedliner to seal the seams of the vinyl layer on the engine side and will be putting on a full coat using a roller (the areas without heat shield) probably tomorrow to help give an easier to clean surface (when rolled on it goes on much thinner and without the stipple).

Got some more materials on the way, doing the seatbox from the inside and below but leaving the front and sides in body-colour paint, though I may apply a clear plastic layer in the areas likely to be kicked a lot.

Starting to feel like there's some progress. Waiting on the new order and will be able to finish the brake pedal box, should get the throttle hooked up tomorrow evening once the bedliner has had some time to harden up.
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Old August 6th, 2010, 10:45 PM
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The 110 is finally at the paint shop for the final body spray. Hopefully by next Wednesday I will have it back and some new photos. The only thing remaining will be to finish the dash and bring the castor back into spec.
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Looks great Andrew. If I'm not mistaken I think you used NAS spec '95-on reverse light lamp assemblies in place of the front side marker lights. I like the look of them up front next to the directionals.
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Old August 11th, 2010, 09:46 AM
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Basically yes, the most recent photos are up at http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...3&l=5be58a0c14 and hopefully I'll have a bunch more when I pick it up from paint on Friday!
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did you have a full width intercooler and remove it ?
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Old August 11th, 2010, 10:57 AM
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did you have a full width intercooler and remove it ?
Yes, but only temporarily. When we were looking at modifying it to fit properly (turns out it was a RHD model sent in error somehow) we found a minor leak. I had to head to the UK to pick up a 90 so brought it along in my luggage and while visiting Andrew at Allisport we decided that doing a custom fit one would be a better choice for my build.

The IC that is on the way is based on the 65mm thick Discovery core which adds significant volume over the Defender model and has mounting studs on both the top and bottom. I've moved my radiator back by about 4" which means that the IC can mount in the top 2/3rds of the rad (basically where the airflow is best and the winch will not get in the way) using the same rubber fittings as stock to preserve the vibration protection. The only caveat is with a top mounted IC the stock bonnet catch will not fit and will be replaced with the military style bonnet latches (using latches or pins or similar was always the plan anyway).

I'm not entirely sure how much additional performance adding about 30% air volume to the IC (over the 37% gain they claim with the standard Defender FMIC) will have but I suspect it will help the most once the turbo is upgraded at some point in the future to either a hybrid or a VNT, but for now it'll just be pump and boost tweaks.
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Old August 27th, 2010, 09:46 AM
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I finally got a few minutes to start writing up my build log and have finished up until about March now. The ongoing build will be updated regularly from now on and is located on http://www.offroad101.ca/ and if you don't see an update at least once a week feel free to yell at me, I could use the kick sometimes.
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