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Old January 10th, 2007, 10:02 PM
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1994 Alpine White D90 for sale, tons of extras

I am reluctantly posting my d90 for sale. It is an amazing vehicle, my life has recently changed and I am now looking for more of a camper (sportsmobile type) for long trips. I am asking $35k. It has lived all it's life in Oregon, I purchased it in August, brought it to CA and have only improved it. It currently has 81,700 miles on the clock. It is currently garaged at my home in Truckee Ca and was California registered and smogged in August. Some of the features include (I do not want to sell any parts including the rack):

Safari Gard front bumper , Safari Gard frond skid plate, Safari Gard rear tire carrier , Warn 8000 lb winch , ARB air locking differentials front and rear , ARB on board air compressor , Old Man Emu medium springs , Old Man Emu shocks , 3-Hella 4000's on front bumper , 2-Hella 500 drivers on roll bar , 2-Hella 500 fogs on roll bar , 3-HD constant duty solenoid for lights , 3-RR paddle switches for lights, Checker plate wing top protection , Custom built alternator, 165 AMP @ 3000 rpm, 95 AMP @ idle, Duel OPTIMA blue top batteries with booster switch, Custom CNC dash plaque for 3-VDO gauges, Custom CNC dash plaque for air locker switches and 2-VDO gauges , VDO outside air temperature gauge, VDO air locker air pressure gauge , VDO Volt meter gauge , VDO Clock , Tuffy locking center console, New Alpine front speakers, new Pioneer cd/ mp3 player w/ ipod jack and sat radio and kenwood amp, Rubber mats, Land Rover Factory, Water proof seat covers front, Checker plate heavy rubber matt , Line-X polyurethane bed liner from foot wells all the way back to the tail gate , Rear tip up seats and seat belts, Custom dry box with sink , On board 3-gallon water tank, electric pump and marine deck filler, 2-Marine 12V outlets, Roof rack / basket and rear A-frame ladder assembly, Custom SS roof rack cross bar bases, Custom rear tire carrier extensions to make SG tire carrier work with roof rack, Rover Accessories rear bumper steps, Custom rock sliders, All new SS roll cage bolts, Late model defender door hinges painted to match with new SS hardware, Magnetic differential drain plugs, Load tie down points in the rear , Newer starter, Newer front rotors and brake pads, Front swivel balls rebuilt, Radiator rodded and cleaned, Newer steering box, Newer heater control cable, Newer dash dimmer switch, Hella H4 front head lights, Newer belts, Newer fuel pump, Re-powder coated roll cage Newer soft top, newer surey top, braided oil lines (not installed) and an R380 tranny installed August and new clutch and clutch plate installed in August.

Let me know if you have any questions or have any interest. Thanks much. I have a ton of photos but they are all to large to upload, does anybody know how to shrink them?
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Old January 11th, 2007, 07:22 PM
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Shriking pics

Open your pictures up in MS Paint. Go to the Stretch/Skew option and start by stretch/skewing by 50% and 50%. Save it as a different name to your desktop, then go to the desktop and hold the mouse over it. Wait. A little box should pop up. If it says 640 x 480 or lower, you're golden. If it's more, then stretch/skew my whatever is needed to get it at or below 640 x 480.

Hope this works. We all love to see D90 porn.

Good luck with the sale.
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Old January 11th, 2007, 07:29 PM
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Thanks much, I will try playing a bit in the next day or so and get those photos smaller. I will have pice up shortly.
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Old January 12th, 2007, 02:09 PM
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I use a free program called IrfanView. Works great for me. Its free and easy.
www.irfanview.com

You install.
Then open the program.
Open a file you want to resize (or just click letter "O" on keyboard).
Click "Ctrl R" on keyboard (or image->resize)
A resize window opens.
On the right hand side of the window are standard sizes.
Choose one (such as 640 x 480).
Click "Save As" (or just click letter "S" on keyboard)
Save it as a different name such as "D-90 front resized" or whatever.
Voila ! as they say in France, or on TV Cook shows

All the best,

Karl.
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Old January 18th, 2007, 02:48 PM
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Pics now available

Here are some pics, sorry for the delay I had trouble shrinking them down...

Follow-up Post:

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Old January 18th, 2007, 03:34 PM
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Where did you get the mounts to get the SG carrier to work with the LR roof rack? COuld you take a picture of the moutns and e-mail them to me.

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Old January 18th, 2007, 03:41 PM
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The previous owner had them fabricated. I am 98% sure I have that reciept at home of where he had that done. I will get a photo and see if I can pull the reciept. I might not be able to get that for a day or two, but I will get it your way. Whoever made them did an amazing job, they are perfect.
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Old January 18th, 2007, 05:49 PM
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Where did you get the mounts to get the SG carrier to work with the LR roof rack? COuld you take a picture of the moutns and e-mail them to me.

Thanks,

Joe

Joe

This link might help a bit, although he doesn't have a Roof Rack.

Sorry for the hijack, but that certainly is a nice Defender.
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Old January 21st, 2007, 07:06 PM
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Did you find what you needed, I wasn't able to find a reciept for those brackets, I found the one for the fabricated brackets for the roof rack above the doors. If you still like I am happy to take a photo, also if you email me directly I could probabaly put you in touch with the previous owner who might be able to tell you? Let me know.

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The truck is still for sale, I am hoping it doesn't sell so I will "have to keep it"!
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