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Thread: What did you do on your Perentie Today.

  1. #1391
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    No mate, a quick trip to get back before the worst of the heat. Highway to/ from Mullimbimby.
    Cheers, BDave.
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    makes sense in the circumstances
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  3. #1393
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    The LRCV is getting closer to completion. Got some more work done on the weekend.

    Still a couple of mech jobs and a load of electrical accessories install before Corowa in March.

  4. #1394
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    A month has gone since that post. A lot got done in time for Corowa Swim-In, but some did remain on the to do list. Eg, cabling the winch, wiring extra driving lights, water pump.
    I haven't got photos yet, but we are camped with a 240v supply and the new Engel is on. We've showered and gone up to the Maggiolina loft, on top of bedding as its a warm but breezy night, yellowish full moon, with 4G dongle and Galaxy S2 pads.
    V nice. Missed getting some Port for a pre-bed drink "due to a whole lot of poor planning". But other than that... brilliant so far. Pics in a day or two.

  5. #1395
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    Drove from Corowa to Adelaide with no clutch

  6. #1396
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    Giving it some luv before the run to Melrose and whilst adjusting the rear wheel bearings found with the rear left one it had a rumble.
    Turned out to be badly worn/scored, but luckily the local Bearing Service had the seals and bearings in stock.

    Cheers, Mick.
    1974 S3 88 Holden 186.
    1971 S2A 88
    1971 S2A 109 6 cyl. tray back.
    1964 S2A 88 "Starfire Four" engine!
    1972 S3 88 x 2
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-014
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-556
    1988 Perentie 110 FFR ARN 48-728 steering now KLR PAS!
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  7. #1397
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    I just bared the wires back from my civi plug and poked then into the Nato plug.
    Works a treat.

    Cheers, Mick.
    1974 S3 88 Holden 186.
    1971 S2A 88
    1971 S2A 109 6 cyl. tray back.
    1964 S2A 88 "Starfire Four" engine!
    1972 S3 88 x 2
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-014
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-556
    1988 Perentie 110 FFR ARN 48-728 steering now KLR PAS!
    REMLR 88

  8. #1398
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    Quote Originally Posted by LieutenantRover View Post
    Paid for it so 48 964 will be heading west to Kalgoorlie on Monday morning. I hope there are no issues to fix first
    Run a spanner over all drive shaft/uni joint bolts and also the drive member bolts on the hubs before you set off.
    Safe trip.

    Cheers, Mick.
    1974 S3 88 Holden 186.
    1971 S2A 88
    1971 S2A 109 6 cyl. tray back.
    1964 S2A 88 "Starfire Four" engine!
    1972 S3 88 x 2
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-014
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-556
    1988 Perentie 110 FFR ARN 48-728 steering now KLR PAS!
    REMLR 88

  9. #1399
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    Drive hub bolts as well
    Phil B

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    1978 S3 swb canvas
    48 749 '88 4x4 Perentie

  10. #1400
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    Not today, but last Monday we travelled home from Melrose and along the way the alternator light was coming on intermittently, sometimes for a minute or two,
    and other times for up to an hour. It was at full glow, not dull.
    The whole time it was on the voltmeter was still reading up around 14 volts, so the alternator was obviously still putting out charge.
    Anyone had this happen, any ideas what the issue is?
    I won't pull the alternator out until after ANZAC Day.

    Cheers, Mick.
    1974 S3 88 Holden 186.
    1971 S2A 88
    1971 S2A 109 6 cyl. tray back.
    1964 S2A 88 "Starfire Four" engine!
    1972 S3 88 x 2
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-014
    1959 S2 88 ARN 111-556
    1988 Perentie 110 FFR ARN 48-728 steering now KLR PAS!
    REMLR 88

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