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Thread: Abandoned Range Rover Classic: Will it start?

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    Know guys who restarted a 15A dozer that had been sitting for more that 20 years in outback Qld. Took them a day or so but they got it going.

    I and my son started a Cat D7D 17A dozer that sat for 12 years on the side of a hill. The main problem is if the exhausts are capped or not. Water ingress stuffs them properly. Took us a day or so but it runs perfectly. I bought it b 4 starting it. ..cheap..as a non runner😎

    So it can be done!

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    Had to love the cat.

    Here's a Kiwi who has some sheep.. And a Hitachi. It's not a RRC, but still.

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    Who says RRs are unreliable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Didge View Post
    I thought diesel also went off over time.
    It does. It breeds a sort of algae, but that usually causes blocked pickup filters over time. It won't happen unless there is contact with air IIRC, which it won't get in the pump and pipes. Must admit that I was surprised when it just started though.
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