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by Anthony Forgey
06 Oct 2020 20:51
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Re: Parts needed

I replaced my ARB bumper lights with LED bumper lights from 4x4 direct. I think they're R400 each.
by Anthony Forgey
06 Oct 2020 20:48
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

Here's some ideas I'd consider: Starter motor Alternator Belts Replace all the water hoses check/replace radius arm bushes check Drag link and tie rod bushes Replace panhard rod bushes (Front and rear) Probably handbrake cable if its not smooth any more Vacuum hoses to locker and breathers (like Tij...
by TijmenvdS
06 Oct 2020 14:25
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

Others might also correct me if they don't think it necessary but a vehicle older than 15 years the difflock's rubber vacuum hoses tend to harden and crack which can slowly engage the difflock while driving, the diff will still work but realising the diflock doesn't work while on a solo trip is not ...
by TijmenvdS
06 Oct 2020 14:21
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

I Highly recommend replacing the suspension bushes at 200+ Km it is very likely the dreaded death wobbles might start. Also with the auto a good flush and clean of the gearbox is not a bad idea.
by Tinus lotz
06 Oct 2020 13:31
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

Starter alternator is a must .
by mvcoller
06 Oct 2020 22:50
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

I when you replace your radiator hoses and fan belts, keep the old ones and fasten them with cable ties somewhere in the engine bay as emergency spares. At least you know that they will fit, they are instantly available and that they should still be OK if used in an emergency. Even new hoses or belt...
by Peter Connan
07 Oct 2020 05:17
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

If it's not done every couple of years, definitely replace the brake fluid.
by Anthony Forgey
07 Oct 2020 19:21
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

Jannie I wouldn't get most of the stuff from Nissan, but I would get the nissan viscous hub, water pump and thermostat. for belts: Just go to the local parts store and get the belts (Dunlop makes them so do a number of other manufacturers) For the water hoses get the kit from TerrainTamer. it includ...
by Spike
04 Dec 2020 07:20
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

If you bother carrying a spare starter with you I suggest also getting the tools to fit it. Starter replacement on a patrol is a really tedious process needing extra hands with extra wrists on them. A swivel joint for your socket spanner set is a must
by izakjbrt
04 Dec 2020 11:30
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Re: 222K Overlanding Parts Kit

If you bother carrying a spare starter with you I suggest also getting the tools to fit it. Starter replacement on a patrol is a really tedious process needing extra hands with extra wrists on them. A swivel joint for your socket spanner set is a must Agreed The starter sits on the kakkest spot. Ca...