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Old 28-05-2017
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[QUOTE=BillabongXJ;1612034]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...psqpg6gyxw.jpg


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Finally took the beast camping! This is only about an hour from our house...

This spot was not quite as deep. The area about 100 meters earlier was almost up to the under carriage.


A small photo op...


My buddies dog came along...


The Mrs. and I on the way home after a long relaxing weekend.
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Replaced my sagging roof liner . Youtube was a God send ...It is like a huge world wide library ..isn't it ?
Anyway it came out perfect . Was surprised about how nice was the finished job. All up about 2.5m of liner and 2 cans of spray glue . Cost $80 bucks .
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GO! Richard that's one way to do it.............I got my roof rack basket from ebay in the mail today was only $110 so here we go didn't line up fitting the 2 half's together bending banging with a rubber mallet ended up getting the angle grinder to it cut one of the pins in half to make it fit and slide together and yes there was blood and sware words .....made it fit as much fun as flat pack furniture then the brackets are crap hardware tomorrow get 4 U bolts lock it down to the standard roof racks rated for 100 kg but I dought I will ever put that much in it but it Looks Good!

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Scored a LRA axillary petrol tank. Really nice bit of gear. Going in right now. Holes are marked just need to drill and bolt it up. Hard part will be the Y neck filler which it didnt come with as the car being wrecked had a LPG tank in the original tank area.

Conveniently i already had the seats out and carpet up since i got a leak in the seals on both front doors im not sure if thats an xj thing. Lol


Tanks got baffle plate. Pickup tray. Tube engineered for handbrake. Has a bit of rust maybe the owner ran ethanol mixture and left it sit. Cleaned it up and theres a magnet in there thats also smart.
Think its 68 litre. Alloy coated cold rolled steel. With a thick coat of 2 pac paint.

Fairly stoked i got this one i had a more of a DIY tank that was full of rust needing to be rust treated & blasted, waiting to go in but this one came along at just the right moment.


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I had one of those. Mine was about 50L though reckon it might hang fairly low if its a 68L. Do you have a preupdate? Because that tank looks like a pre tank.
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I had one of those. Mine was about 50L though reckon it might hang fairly low if its a 68L. Do you have a preupdate? Because that tank looks like a pre tank.

Yes I have your tank AG. It is about 50 litres. I know about the filler plumbing but how do you work the fuel system with the pumps?
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