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Old October 6th, 2012, 07:24 AM
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thanks guys i have all the glass for the truck aswell! does anyone have a picture of exactly what they shaved down?
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Old October 6th, 2012, 10:00 AM
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thank you! he lives in central PA about 6 hours from me
does anyone know what kind of springs i should run in this? i want something that i know i can haul pretty much anything i toss into it but i also want decent articulation when wheeling. i have see rocky mountain makes heavy duty parabolic's for 109's anyone every use them?

Is that place close to Robesonia?

It looks awfully like Lyle's Dad
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Old October 6th, 2012, 11:46 AM
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thanks guys i have all the glass for the truck aswell! does anyone have a picture of exactly what they shaved down?
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I dont have a picture but will try to describe what i did on mine. I no longer have series axles on my rig.

When you take off the hub cap the end of the stub shaft is exposed. You will find a cotter pin, slotted nut and washer on the outside of the hub flange. The end of the stub shaft is threaded for the slotted nut but past the threads is a tip that you can grind down. It doesn't take very much to get the warn hub to fit and operate correctly. Hope this helps and that my memory is correct on this. Someone else will chime in I'm sure.

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Old October 6th, 2012, 12:43 PM
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I dont have a picture but will try to describe what i did on mine. I no longer have series axles on my rig.

When you take off the hub cap the end of the stub shaft is exposed. You will find a cotter pin, slotted nut and washer on the outside of the hub flange. The end of the stub shaft is threaded for the slotted nut but past the threads is a tip that you can grind down. It doesn't take very much to get the warn hub to fit and operate correctly. Hope this helps and that my memory is correct on this. Someone else will chime in I'm sure.

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Old October 8th, 2012, 08:56 PM
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update: cleaned out the tank, reinstalled the tank, put some gas in it and its a hell of a lot better. still waiting on the carb rebuild kit. points are shot, so thats next on the list. and i also noticed that there may be something up with the passengers side half shaft not sure if this is normal of not. but i can pull it in and out about 1/2 and inch. i dont think thats good. i am thinking there is something up with a CV? but either way. i have to pull it out to check it out.
now that brings me to what the hell do i have to trim to get the hubs on? the 1st picture or the 2nd picture? picture 3 and 4 is the amount i can yank out the passenger side half shaft.
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Old October 8th, 2012, 11:00 PM
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So in picture one the very tip of the stub shaft is where you need to grind. The problem is that the very tip of that shaft will come into contact with the inside of the warn hub and when you torque down the nuts you won't be able to engage the hub or in extreme cases even be able to get it to seat itself properly. Grind off some of that tip but stop before you get to the threaded part of the shaft. I needed to take off less than 1/8" on my rig. Hope this is clear. Good luck with it.


Regarding the play in the shaft, I think some play is normal with the flange and nut off. When is all buttoned up the shaft shouldn't move.

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Old October 9th, 2012, 07:34 AM
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oh! thats weird though because thats not the thing stopping it. but i'll give it a shot. how much of it should i take off?
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Is that place close to Robesonia?

It looks awfully like Lyle's Dad
No where close. Probably 3+ hours away. Don is a friend of my wife's family. They were into VW's and Don was too.
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Old October 21st, 2012, 06:56 PM
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little update: i got a new job so working ridiculous hours but today i got around to ordering everything to tune the motor up to get it running good, also spoke to a few people about getting a 200 tdi. does anyone know if 200 tdi fits right to the existing bellhousing?
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Old November 14th, 2012, 04:51 PM
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another update. rebuilt the carb, replaced the fuel pump,points,cap,rotor,plugs,wires. and little tuning and it runs like new! also just ordered close to 2000$ in parts including new RN parabolics, and ROAM offroad super10 spline axles! also bought a rear wiring harness for the lights so i can start wiring this puppy up.
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little update: i got a new job so working ridiculous hours but today i got around to ordering everything to tune the motor up to get it running good, also spoke to a few people about getting a 200 tdi. does anyone know if 200 tdi fits right to the existing bellhousing?
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I believe it will.
An early 2.5 litre petrol goes straight onto an LT77 gear box and a 200 tdi will go straight onto the same gearbox so I think the 200tdi should bolt onto a series box, might need to play around with the clutch though.
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Old November 14th, 2012, 05:21 PM
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No where close. Probably 3+ hours away. Don is a friend of my wife's family. They were into VW's and Don was too.
Are you speaking about a man that has some property in oregon as well?
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Old December 9th, 2012, 07:48 PM
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update: bolted the roof up, and put the doors on, also installed the front parabolics and springs. still need to do a few things before its road worthy, i need to go threw the brakes, hook up the light wiring, and lights, hook up windshield wipers, install rear axles, and figure out the front passenger halfshaft problem. oh yea and get tires!! does anyone know where i can get the rear glass window tracks?
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Old January 25th, 2013, 10:49 PM
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Well after a ton of issues happening(girlfriend of almost 3 years now an ex). I finally starting getting ambition back, So i have been working on it when i have free time laying around. i have a ton of parts laying around that need to be installed. i have installed all my taillights, and headlights. I have wired up the headlights. i have tightened down the top, i have pulled apart both wiper motor in trying to get to work i had no luck so i will be bring them to my local electric motor shop to get rebuilt/running. Also since i wont be painting the truck i will be lining the tub with tons of decals( i think it will look cool) also started making some sliders for the truck. heres some pictures of the update.
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Looking good. Rocky mountain has rear window channel.
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Old January 26th, 2013, 01:31 PM
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Looks good, how are you mounting the sliders at the rear?
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Love the decals...
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Old January 26th, 2013, 05:44 PM
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I plan on taking 2x2 angle iron .250 wall and mounting them on an angle to the outriggers And welding up the silder to the angle. And as for the sticker, my now ex-girlfriend had it made up for me a year or so ago for my birthday. I am not totally sure where she had it made up.
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Saw your post over on ExPo. Giving up on Land Rovers again, Dylan?!
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O your slacking jason ....saw his CL ad over a week ago .....sometimes life gets in the way ....i haven't touched any my projects in 2 years
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