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Old September 29th, 2008, 03:36 PM
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83' PenDefender 110 cp

You have seen it here before. Its become my personal truck until it becomes yours.

Green D110 two door with truck cab. Recently visited by diesel fairy and sports a 200 tdi that has returned upwards of 28 mpg on highway. GCR wheels with 29" all terrains. LT77S with 1.2 ratio LT230. Plans for new suspension bushings throughout and some VDO gauges to monitor the engine. Showing approximate 52,000 on the ODO. Good seviceable frame with rear and a crossmember replaced. Frame brushed and partially painted as well. Have a rough tailgate planted on it now but have a more correct folding down tailgate I will install after painted. Good Racor 2 micron filter sedimentor withpriming pump installed for the fuel system. 110 amp Bosch alternator installed new. New T-belt and v-belt. As well as fresh filter throughout.

Just put over 5000 clicks on it this month with zero difficulties. Hauling upwards of 5000 pounds cross country as well. Its a fast vehicle now and not afraid of work.

I welcome questions about it here and am asking 29,000.00 for its purchase.

Jim Pendleton

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For all the naysayers.

11,000 Global Land Rovers
5000 Overseas shipping, boroker 1, broker 2, customs charges, registration/insurance, transportation to Kansas, miscellaneous repairs in route-
10,000 Diesel engine/transmission and transfer case installed. New belts including timing. Fluids and miscellaneous install parts Racor filter sedimentor, new radiator and large oil cooler 110 amp alternator
900 Truck cab installed
1000 GCR wheels and new all-terrain tires installed X 5
500 VDO gauges installed. Tach, boost and EGT. Water. oil and Volt
200 Tailgate painted and to be installed. Fold down style
400 Bushing in driveline replaced due to wear.

29,000


Will convert to LHD

33,000
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Old September 29th, 2008, 07:32 PM
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How much for the fancy lawn mower you picked up in Cali?
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Old September 29th, 2008, 07:36 PM
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Its a Dyna-Mow

36 horse kubota diesel all hydraulic mower. It flat out kicks some major grass. Do want to see some pictures of it?
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Old September 29th, 2008, 07:56 PM
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Looks a lot better than when it left here. Pendy magic self evident.
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Old September 30th, 2008, 08:51 AM
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Its a Dyna-Mow

36 horse kubota diesel all hydraulic mower. It flat out kicks some major grass. Do want to see some pictures of it?
Well yeah, you get more seat time in that thing than you do your monkey barred 90 so I think you should make it your new avitar. What would you charge to cut my yard?

Bump for your 110 sale!
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Old September 30th, 2008, 09:59 AM
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Its not sheep tested - yet.

I got as far north as San Jose and had to turn tail and head out. Arnold put an APB on me and CHIPS was in hot pursuit. Had to take the back roads out.

Its a very pretty area, California. Had never been. And its always better to drive if you want to see the countryside.


So this truck has coughed and sputtered its way around the Beltway of Baltimore, Maryland and purred along highway 1 the coast of California. Not a bad life for a classic 83' D110.

The coughing and sputtering were due to the old 2.25 petrol that powered it. The 200 tdi diesel spins its gears very nicely now. Heart transplant for a new leash on life.
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110 amp bosch? Can I fit one of those in my 2.8, and if so, what's the model #?
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Not with the vacuum pump. Now if you go hydroboost brakes it can be done.
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Not with the vacuum pump. Now if you go hydroboost brakes it can be done.
Before pendy had it it also had the following new parts:- brakes, rear drums, wheel cylinders, steering box, master cylinder, slave cylinder & rear xmember with extentions.
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Old October 5th, 2008, 11:50 AM
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The frame really is in good order now. Its ready to go back into service and do another 25 years of work!
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Old October 5th, 2008, 04:05 PM
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Not with the vacuum pump. Now if you go hydroboost brakes it can be done.
Pendy.....

I'm not sure if it's 100% correct or not, but on the side of the 2.8 blocl is the small inspection plate where the vacuum pump normally lives on a 300Tdi (this bit i know)

The bit i don;t know, is there the appropriate lobe on the cam? so that the vacuum pump can be used?

that way one could ditch the stock 2.8 alternator (with vacuum pump in-built) and fit something decent and big, and fit a factory 300Tdi vacuum pump.

The 2.8 cam has a different part number to the LR Tdi one, so maybe it's not got the pump lobe on it?
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I'm thinking there is another reason it won't work as well. But can not remember. I'll check one this week.
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Free tank of fuel and I will pick you up at the airport!
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I'm kinda digging it.

I don't feel it on the 5-bar, but otherwise it's looking nice and subdued.

The pick up and 200Tdi combo is all about a working life.
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Old November 10th, 2008, 04:38 PM
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I hear you on the five bar. I have a fold down rear tailgate for it now to free up a little more of the 5-bar.

It is a good runner. I can definitely see someone working this thing like a 1/2 to 3/4 ton truck. And enjoying the good fuel mileage per gallon return.

Advertising it down in Texas this week, had a few bites already. I could get it to CA if you can find me a good owner for it Jack.

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With the favorable current exchange rate I can sell this vehicle at 25,000. In RHD form.

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