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Old December 15th, 2008, 01:54 PM
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interior 110 dimensions

Does anybody know if there are any differences in the interior body dimensions between a 1984 110 and 1992 and later Defender 110s? I'm going to purchase a cargo barrier (Milford part # 706525) and the company lists the part for 1992 and later 110s. My truck is a 1984. I'm guessing they're the same, but thought I'd check to see if anyone knows. Thanks,
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Perhaps the difference is between a 12 seater and a 10 seater? On a 12 seater the middle seat is further forward. Other than trim that is the only difference I can think of between a NAS 110 and an 1984 110.
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Old December 15th, 2008, 08:39 PM
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Perhaps the difference is between a 12 seater and a 10 seater? On a 12 seater the middle seat is further forward. Other than trim that is the only difference I can think of between a NAS 110 and an 1984 110.
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Perhaps the difference is between a 12 seater and a 10 seater? On a 12 seater the middle seat is further forward. Other than trim that is the only difference I can think of between a NAS 110 and an 1984 110.
That brings up an interesting subject Ron... What's different? The seat brackets (mine look like standard S3 pieces) or are the seats just mounted further back on the brackets on the 10 seater. Never really looked and now I'm sitting on my ass and don't want to look.
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What does that unit cost ? Looks great. Is there a distributor here in the states ?
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Well it has been about a year since I saw janey up close, but I am pretty sure the brackets are different. I tried to get my head around a way to move them back but passed her on to charles before I had the chance. If it was just sliding them back a hole or something I would have done it straight away.
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I could take some pictures if someone with a 10 seater config would do the same
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Old December 16th, 2008, 10:23 PM
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What does that unit cost ? Looks great. Is there a distributor here in the states ?
It's not cheap - $479 plus shipping. But Milford cargo barriers are the best as far as I can tell. Available from Midwest Land Cruiser and 4x4: <http://www.midwestlandcruiser.com/>

The guy's name is Jim and he has some in stock for 110s. I just ordered one and can take pics if you're interested.
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Doug, for what it's worth, check out the letters from satisfied customers:

http://www.milfordind.com.au/index.p...ent/2103670254

especially this one from a D110 owner:

http://www.milfordind.com.au/index.p...ent/1159197050
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Found a page of an install of a barrier. Is this what you're cargo barrier is going to look like?

http://forums.overlander.com.au/view...a237cf177995d3

Not bad I suppose, I would rather see it mount using factory mounting points, so you don't have to do any drilling.

I guess it isn't a Milford after all...
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I can take pics of a NAS 110 set up.
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I guess it isn't a Milford after all...
The directions in that link say its an AUSGUARD
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Found a page of an install of a barrier. Is this what you're cargo barrier is going to look like?

http://forums.overlander.com.au/view...a237cf177995d3

Not bad I suppose, I would rather see it mount using factory mounting points, so you don't have to do any drilling.

I guess it isn't a Milford after all...
Yep, that's pretty much what the Milford looks like. I agree it would've been nice to use factory holes, but the peace-of-mind that comes with a barrier is worth drilling a few holes to me.
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