… instead of shutting up, I drone on more about my desire to have a new bumper, a storage box/bed, and installing D-rings.
Sunday the sun came up as expected in the east and we realized it was time to go home. We started packing up the kit. The tent fit in the amazingly small bag with a little coaxing. The boxes were all loaded and I lashed everything down on the roof rack.
John and Jayden were keen to caravan with us home. It couldn’t hurt to have a support vehicle after what we had just put our Rovers through. We agreed to meet at the main pavilion.
The night before after I found my on-board air compressor, I had aired up my tires . When we got to the top it turns out they have an airing station right there on the site. What a great amenity to have for the off-roaders. […]
I can’t be the only person who gets that special warm feeling inside when all the tick boxes are filled in on maintenance. I love it when I’ve gone over my Land Rover and done all the maintenance. Fluid and filter swap for the transmission. Also a fluid swap for the transaxle and viscous coupling[…]
I was under the hood of the Discovery just the other weekend looking for the vacuum leak that was causing the pre-heater to throw codes. I found it and got that sorted out. While in there I noticed some things. The coolant leak I found when I was swapping the plugs and wires. Well it[…]
August 13th, 2006 Well that sucked. Lost a big bunch of updates to the Rover Log. I had some stuffabout the Classic and what needs to be repaired. Let me see if I can list some of them. Repaint the tail gate, Rust taking over Replace the rear lift gate, Rusted out Brakes, Need refurbishing,[…]