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Thread: What did you do on your Perentie Today.

  1. #1
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    What did you do on your Perentie Today.

    Removed broken spot lamps and replaced with the same type.

    Had a look under the bonnet, looked like to engine to me..












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    What did you do on your Perentie Today? - about 200km


    BTW juddy - all that black paint under the bonnet -

    means rebuild/replacement parts ?

    I've found that those plastic headlight protectors can benefit from removal and cleaning with plastic polish (both sides) and while they're off you've got the opportunity to adjust/raise the headlight beams (ours were adjusted quite low/short).

    I note you've got names for your other vehicles - surely the RFSV could be Arnold
    REMLR 374
    VKS Mob 3258

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    Looking good! I mounted the same compressor in the passenger battery box.

    If you have the time i would like to see the mounting and fitment of the passenger side tank on yours
    Is it plumbed into the main tank or is it a transfer situation?

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    The wife called it max she thinks it looks like something from mad max.

    The compressor was all ready there , looks like the army did I good job fitting it.

    Not driven at night yet but will take your advice on the lights

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    Paid for it so 48 964 will be heading west to Kalgoorlie on Monday morning. I hope there are no issues to fix first
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    tyres

    Im looking at putting better tyres on it for 4x4 as I have found the cheese graters are killing me through ruts.
    Im looking at getting some BFGoodrich 33x10.5R15L/T KM2 Mud Terrains wrapped around some 15x7 or 15x8 sunraysia rims.
    I have spoken to a guy about a quote but he recons I will need lift, cut guards and huge flairs to fit them and said that the rims with the defender stud pattern only come in a negative 25 offset.
    Has anyone else fit 33" tyres to theirs and have any suggestions for me??

    Cheers guys,
    Jake

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    Quote Originally Posted by jake110 View Post
    Im looking at putting better tyres on it for 4x4 as I have found the cheese graters are killing me through ruts.
    Im looking at getting some BFGoodrich 33x10.5R15L/T KM2 Mud Terrains wrapped around some 15x7 or 15x8 sunraysia rims.
    I have spoken to a guy about a quote but he recons I will need lift, cut guards and huge flairs to fit them and said that the rims with the defender stud pattern only come in a negative 25 offset.
    Has anyone else fit 33" tyres to theirs and have any suggestions for me??

    Cheers guys,
    Jake
    If are wanting 33's than I would go 255/85/16's.....adjust the steering stops and I believe there might be a bit of running at full flex

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    Switched over the pintle to a combination pintle/ball hitch.
    Just need to sort out an adaptor from the NATO plug to 7 pin & can tow anything



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    Auxfire, that is a sweet compromise!
    Supplier and cost please?

    Not what i did today, but the last couple of weeks:
    Tried out the Wolf WMIK look on the RFSV (engineering police, note: just checking clearences, not going to hang them off the single rod)
    and introduced two superceded soulmates.
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    Cheers, BDave.
    Replace "You are...!", with "Are you...?"

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    Reunited with RFSV 51 680, 'Sleazy'!!
    '00 VeryDisco TD5 Auto,
    Nanocom Evo for D2 TD5 and Puma
    Gone:RFSV, 51-699, Carryall 48-358.

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    Hey Dave,
    It's an ADR compliant combination pintle hook rated at 6000kg (pintle) & 3500kg (ball) made by Mr Hitches. Comes with 4x grade 8 bolts & nuts & when installed allows the rear door to open even when the ball hitch is being used.

    Cost was $129.95 + $25 postage from an eBay seller in Perth

    Pintle Hook Combination Hitch 6 Tonne TOW BAR Trailer Towing | eBay

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