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  1. #91
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    Great fettling I think thatís the term for make it fit......gotta ask whatís the rectangular thingo hanging off the back of the truck cab back wall ......on outboard side

    Cheers Paul
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    2 x Series 2a 109 Holden 202 hardtop +Series 3 2.25 109 to be morphed into two Series2a 109 goers , if I can find them under all the rust

  2. #92
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    I'm guessing someone has wanted to fit some equipment in place of the middle seat and needed more room, so has made an extension under the tray for it.
    John

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    1986 110 County 3.9 diesel
    1970 2a 109 2.25 petrol

  3. #93
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    Bought for parts

    Itís the fuel evaporation or over fill what ever itís proper name the tub has the same under the passenger side inside wheel arch connects to the fuel filler / breather
    1960 series 2 143001010
    1976 series 3 91331709c
    03 discovery 2a td5 auto
    2010 cub supamatic drover

  4. #94
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    OK. Must be from a late model one.
    John

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    1986 110 County 3.9 diesel
    1970 2a 109 2.25 petrol

  5. #95
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    Hello All,

    The tank sitting at the back of the ute cab is variously called in the parts manuals as a "Tank Emission Control" or alternatively a "Fuel Trap Tank"; or an "Evaporation Loss Catch Tank" .

    Part Number 592326.

    It is part of the "Detox" system which also includes an absorption canister filled with charcoal and a flame trap. Also a detoxed exhaust manifold adapter.

    Kind regards
    Lionel

  6. #96
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    got a little done over last few weekends did a dummy fit up the military dual tank switch into the seat base on drivers side it's missing one of the switches for gauge change but hoping uk will open soon so can order some parts but will continue with the panels getting ready to paint until then
    1960 series 2 143001010
    1976 series 3 91331709c
    03 discovery 2a td5 auto
    2010 cub supamatic drover

  7. #97
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    quick slash of colour this morning they look a lot brighter Orange in pictures than it does in real life next job drop galvanizing off to galvanizers
    1960 series 2 143001010
    1976 series 3 91331709c
    03 discovery 2a td5 auto
    2010 cub supamatic drover

  8. #98
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    chucked panels on landy today
    1960 series 2 143001010
    1976 series 3 91331709c
    03 discovery 2a td5 auto
    2010 cub supamatic drover

  9. #99
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    Got the galvanising back not overly happy how it came back few drips in it but it not a show car itís a Landy but it looks better than the rusty old cappings
    1960 series 2 143001010
    1976 series 3 91331709c
    03 discovery 2a td5 auto
    2010 cub supamatic drover

  10. #100
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    Are you aware a soft flame run over the" Drippings" will fuse it all back together?

    Mine came up ok & I don't think it can be helped when it is dipped.

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