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    Another project "Binatang"

    Things have been a bit slow on SLOw so I thought I would post up another project.
    It been a while since the Royal Review so I am putting a 200TDI into an 88"
    I have had for some time.
    Jon," Venture Overland" was doing this but seems to have dropped off. I was interested to see how he went as like him I am keeping the LT77 behind the 200TDI instead of the series gearbox I put in Jumbuck the 80"
    Years back I bought the Disco engine and box and a Defender engine and box so I have to swap the Defender box onto the Disco engine as it has the shorter bellhousing.
    Its been done with 107" cars but I am concerned it may not allow the T.box to be removed in a shorty.
    We will see.

    Keith

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    If you are not trying to mate the (200) TDi to a series box, have you thought about fitting a 300 instead or is it "fit what ya got"
    PaulT

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    Wild thing

    Keith,

    Is it a passing coincidence or aptly named intent to call your project "Binatang" - Bahasa Indonesian word for "wild animal"?

    Not to be confused with "Bintang" - "star" or a well known souvenir t-shirt embellishment.

    Cheers,

    Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3ute View Post
    Keith,

    Is it a passing coincidence or aptly named intent to call your project "Binatang" - Bahasa Indonesian word for "wild animal"?

    Not to be confused with "Bintang" - "star" or a well known souvenir t-shirt embellishment.

    Cheers,

    Neil
    Also used from memory in tok pisin.

    John
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    1986 110 County 3.9 diesel
    1970 2a 109 2.25 petrol

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    Quote Originally Posted by pop058 View Post
    If you are not trying to mate the (200) TDi to a series box, have you thought about fitting a 300 instead or is it "fit what ya got"
    Its"fit what I got".
    However the 300 with the turbo would fit better, if anyone wants to swap
    The defender turbo is too high, and the disco sits out to far.

    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by S3ute View Post
    Keith,

    Is it a passing coincidence or aptly named intent to call your project "Binatang" - Bahasa Indonesian word for "wild animal"?

    Not to be confused with "Bintang" - "star" or a well known souvenir t-shirt embellishment.

    Cheers,

    Neil
    Ha, thats interesting. Did not know that one.
    As John said, mine is the way more diminutive "tok pisin" version.

    Keith

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    Well, I have a problem.
    A few days ago I turned on the computer and it opened with windows 10 installed. I had been ignoring the prompting but it decided to do it by itself.
    It told me I could get 8 reinstalled but it would take some time so I went with it.
    I am slowly sorting it out but after loading photos , the process of reducing them eludes me. With 8 I could reduce the pixel count to 800 x 600 before posting but I cant find how to do that just now on 10.
    Any hints?

    Keith

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    Try this

    Quote Originally Posted by 123rover50 View Post
    Well, I have a problem.
    A few days ago I turned on the computer and it opened with windows 10 installed. I had been ignoring the prompting but it decided to do it by itself.
    It told me I could get 8 reinstalled but it would take some time so I went with it.
    I am slowly sorting it out but after loading photos , the process of reducing them eludes me. With 8 I could reduce the pixel count to 800 x 600 before posting but I cant find how to do that just now on 10.
    Any hints?

    Keith
    Keith,

    I had much the same problem a little while back.

    It may be possible to sort it out from within Windows, but the resident propeller heads here put me on to Web Resizer - downloadable for free:

    Web Resizer - Making Photos Faster - Optimize pictures for websites and email

    Works really well for what I need when sending photos to folks with limited mailbox capacity etc.

    Cheers,

    Neil

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    Also " Irfanview" for resizing.
    PaulT

    REMLR 256 / SLOw 4 (P)

    (some) W/Shops/trailers & GS's

    97 D1 TDi A (Pop's DD)
    07 Territory (Nan's DD)
    91/96/97 D1's spares
    86 RRC 3.5 A (spare DD)

    lots of Series various

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    They did the same to me , intalled windows 10 with out asking . Then it turned off & locked my apps so had to take laptop to computor shop & pay to get it sorted. Then with my desk top my printer wasn,t compatable with 10 so ended up buying new desk top & printer. 4 months on still trying to get used to doing things different to windows 8
    This is all too much for us old fellows

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