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Old September 23rd, 2016, 10:52 AM
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Rover Leak Catching Device: Roving-Potty

Posted long winded version of this last week but revising here with an abbreviated post for those with an attention span as short as mine:

The Roving-Potty: think of it like a mini Porta-Potty hanging around under your truck catching and storing leaks from the most common Rover trouble spots (rear main seal, transmission input seal, clutch slave, etc). Lots of good info on this website link: rovingpotty (installation video, which vehicles it fits, etc.). $27.50 delivered anywhere in the US via 1st class mail. You can buy it on the website or send me a message if interested. Keeps the oil & fluid leaks off your driveway and roadways. Shown below on a vehicle with an LT95 transmission but has multiple configurations for different vehicles. Catches all the leaks that end up dripping out of the wading plug hole.

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Old September 23rd, 2016, 11:17 AM
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[QUOTE=crown14;769671]Patented?

Provisional patent so "patent pending"
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Compatible with blinker fluid?

Nice size bottle and perfect to leave in glove box just in case.
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Does it come with a skid guard?
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Compatible with blinker fluid?
No - that stuff is too expensive to put in a bottle. I would say it could double as a flask but there is a internal brass nut that can't be used on consumable liquids (not kidding about that)
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Does it come with a skid guard?
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You made me spit up my water. Thank you.
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 11:48 AM
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Does it come with a skid guard?
Actually in a way it does: it installs up above your chassis so your transmission cross member sort of acts like a skid guard to protect it.

If you go to the website and view the video you can fast forward to 3:04 to see a walk around of a 110 with one installed. You can see how it is hidden and does not reduce road clearance.
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