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Thread: Help for Land Rover Owners when Travelling in Australia

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    Mick Young is offline Fossicker Silver Subscriber
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    Thanks Spudboy, printed straight away. Could come in very handy.
    Cheers, Nippa.
    Nippa

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    Toowoomba

    Southern Cross landrover is no more. The landrover distributor is now Wippells Mazda in Toowoomba. Herries St Toowoomba 4350 ph 4631 9999

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    You also have a member on here who started his own garage in Toowomba about 2 years ago, specialising in LR. i'm assuming he's still in business
    donrover0 / Don Radke [donradke@gmail.com]
    Towtug Apr 19 D4 MY10 2.7 6 speed with LLAMS, long range tank and other goodies - for towing "The Brick"
    Bessie Aug 13 MY95 RRC LSE Vogue SoftDash with MY99 TD5 and 4HP24 transplant - in the LR garage since Apr 18
    SADLY SOLD Disco Dan MY04 D2a TD5 auto Classic Nov 11 - Jun 19

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    Angry Parts supplier in Slacks Creek

    I needed 4 Replacement Bolts for the Front Tail Shaft Flange and Called a company In Slacks Creek. Was Quoted 1 price on the phone and as it was not a big transaction the wanted cash as it was a Friday they close at 3.30 Pm so i had to send my Wife to collect them as i don't leave work till 3.30 myself she was then Charged $30 not given a receipt for parts that should of cost under $20 wont trust Trust them for any more parts

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    An update for Broome:

    1) Shinju appear to no longer be in business.

    2) Auto Excellence are Land Rover competent & friendly. They're mainly Toyota trained but have been willing at least to learn about Land Rovers. They've been getting lots of help from the chap that runs LROB. I was pleased to hear them say that even though Land Rovers are designed and built quite differently to the Japanese cars, at the end of the day it is just another car. If only more rural/regional mechanics had this attitude.
    2003 Discovery 2 TD5 (Bert)
    2003 Defender Xtreme - Rolled in The Tanami
    1997 V8 Discovery - Gone but not forgotten

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