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Old February 17th, 2010, 05:58 PM
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 07:28 PM
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I got my 110 12 months ago thinking it was a deal. HA HA HA HA

Replaced all outer bolts with MUDUK stainless
Replaced the old rusted out hinges with takeoff hinges from a white 2008 Defender.
Ripped out the carpet and replaced with new style rubber td5 floor coverings
Rubber floor mats through out Front , middle, and heavy duty one in the back. All genuine.
Replaced Seatbox cover with genuine rubber version instead of carpet
Replaced rear carpet it area with a special land rover mat only made in Brazil. It covers everything.
Installed Trailhead 4x4 stainless oil cooler lines
Replaced outer right tierod end
Replaced foam in front seats. Had this done by an upholstery shop.
Added genuine seat covers. Removed jump seats
Refilled swivel housings with grease instead of oil
Replaced all door seals including sill seals
New Battery
Added K&N Air Filter
New ball joint assembly in the rear
New power steering hoses
Had top end of the engine rebuilt (head gasket, valve cover gasket, plugs, rod and cam bearings, etc)
New cross seals and oil pan seals
New fan clutch
Brass Radiator plugs
EE Convex Mirrors
New hood cable
New rubber feet for hood
Resealed Front passenger side hub (seal kit from rovers north)
Dynamatted floors, doors and roof
Replaced all burnt out bulbs in dash
New AC switch, relay, resistor, new heater valve, seals, compressor oil, and fans. New AC lines to compressor. System now runs on R134 and blows at 48 degrees
Fixed torn AC vacuum lines
Added a Mantec tire carrier
New center hubcaps
Had the cage powder coated black. Zinc primed All new bolts, factory washers, to hold the cage on
Replaced all missing or broken interior trim. (one door lock, missing vent cover, plastic for fan switch, rubber blanking cap, etc)
New wiper arms, mounts, screws and silblade wipers
Installed original factory radio with new speakers
New turn, horn lever. Only replaced because the boot on the old one was missing and you can't buy the boot separate.
New drivers side door check - holds door open
Recovered headliner and added three new style interior lights
New windshield and alpine window seals
*New style rear door with all parts not painted yet
New winch fairlead, cable, and hook
Wheels powder coated black, all new lug nuts, and BF Goodrich KM2 mud terrains
Billstein shocks
OME steering stabilizer
HD springs
Recored Radiator
Aluminum kick panels to replace cardboard
Stripped and repainted rear crossmember
Refinished badge on the back
Tuffy Box on the way

I think I got most of it. Sadly its still far from perfect.

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Couple additions:
New rear brakes
New transfer case input gear cross drilled
New belts and pully bearings
New boge strap
New seals that go across glass on all windows

Now it might be time to let it go. I am ready for the low ball offers
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 07:55 PM
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Couple additions:
New rear brakes
New transfer case input gear cross drilled
New belts and pully bearings
New boge strap
New seals that go across glass on all windows

Now it might be time to let it go. I am ready for the low ball offers
I will give you my Boxster S, my diesel Jetta, and my wife's retarded fat choc. lab.
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 07:56 PM
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I will give you my Boxster S, my diesel Jetta, and my wife's retarded fat choc. lab.
How old is the dog?
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 08:05 PM
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How old is the dog?
Dudley is 4 1/2, and his parents and grandparents are either national or international dog show champions. He is the English Lab variety of course (boxy head, shorter broader tail).
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 09:59 PM
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Take the deal and run Barry.
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 11:53 PM
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not so into labs. If was a airdale or a goat we would be trading pink slips
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Old March 22nd, 2010, 11:57 PM
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Ive got two pygmy goats. Ill give you one just to see the deal go thru.
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 12:33 AM
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do you?
reason enough to live in maine and not LA
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 12:49 AM
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Yes would you like one?
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 12:50 AM
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so... you're going to give up your 110 and move to main based on goats?

alrighty then... whatever floats your boat
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Dont let the goats fool you. I think his true calling is to move to Maine and work for ECR. Clearly Defenders that arent perfect drive Barry nuts so Im sure he will fit right in.
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Dudley is 4 1/2, and his parents and grandparents are either national or international dog show champions. He is the English Lab variety of course (boxy head, shorter broader tail).
From the looks of the pic, it looks like your Lab helps you open Christmas presents too.
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 08:27 AM
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not so into labs. If was a airdale or a goat we would be trading pink slips
How about Golden Retrievers? I have low mileage 3 year old with a fresh knee, and if your lucky you'll get another few years out of her before doing the other. Like a 110, getting the work done by a professional can get costly though.
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not so into labs. If was a airdale or a goat we would be trading pink slips
This place will have pups in April ---> Airdale
They ship too...
Pick one out in April, and I will pay them when I get to LA with my Boxster S, Jetta Tdi, and then drive back my new NAS D110.
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How about Golden Retrievers? I have low mileage 3 year old with a fresh knee, and if your lucky you'll get another few years out of her before doing the other. Like a 110, getting the work done by a professional can get costly though.
damn tplo procedure? had that done on my Great Dane, I can't believe how much it cost, almost as bad as his stomach surgery.
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 10:22 AM
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damn tplo procedure? had that done on my Great Dane, I can't believe how much it cost, almost as bad as his stomach surgery.
The lab parents tend get off better than the Dane folks- the labs seem to be indestructible and recover so fast. Probably part goat, ours seems to be anyway. Your Dane and mine could stitch and bitch some surgery stories
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damn tplo procedure? had that done on my Great Dane, I can't believe how much it cost, almost as bad as his stomach surgery.
I'm not sure if it's exactly the same but I believe it is called patellar luxation along with the equivalent of a torn ACL (probably due to the patellar luxation). Yeah stupid expensive.

Cmon' Barry you know you want her. We can make up the difference somehow. I can throw in a couple old reliable Hondas to sweeten the pot
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The lab parents tend get off better than the Dane folks- the labs seem to be indestructible and recover so fast. Probably part goat, ours seems to be anyway. Your Dane and mine could stitch and bitch some surgery stories
here he is next to one of my goldens
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 10:46 AM
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here he is next to one of my goldens
Too cute. We have a Harl and our 20 month old daughter moos at her...

I'd offer the Lab in trade- he'll eat anything so he's just like a goat- but he's the only dog that listens.
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