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Just purchased this 1986 Land Rover 110 FFR. It has come with a loads of equipment, but sadly all the radio equipment has been removed (apart from some cables). Looking for any advise of which equipment should be installed. This is my so call blank canvas (hardtop). I will also post of various jobs that I do on it. @mikeslandrovers
Stumped again! Thought that it would be a simple job to fit an antenna bracket to the side of my 110 TUM GS ST. Have the bracket (5985-99-637-0810) specified in the fitting instructions (Army Code No 61590, Part 7, Supp 5, 2ed) and there are holes where a previously fitted bracket has been removed. However they don't line up with the holes in the bracket and neither the holes in the bracket nor the holes in the land rover comply with the drilling instructions in the above handbook. Also the bracket is too long and overlaps the door to the jerry can compartments. So I will have to carry out some "unauthorised" modifications to the brackets. Does anybody have a TUM GS Soft Top with a bracket already fitted? If so please can you tell me the distance from the top of the jerry can door and the bottom edge of the bracket. Anybody know whether there are some official documents covering this mod?
Hi, my name is Geoffrey (Geoff for short) and I live in Farnborough, just down the road from Aldershot. I joined this forum because I have just bought an ex-mod Land Rover Defender 110, registration no 42 KF 74. It has a naturally aspirated 2.5-litre diesel engine and is a soft top. It is fitted with Wolf wheels. I haven't received the 654 rekease certificate yet so I don't know the first year of service but I suspect that it was 1985 or 1986. Does anyone have any clues on the age? Is it possible to find out any info about the service history of this vehicle? I know very little about these vehicles; it was an impulse buy and I would appreciate any info or advice that can be provided. There were two non-taskworthy laminated signs in the cab bearing the crest of the RLC and badge of 27th Regiment. I don't know whether this is because it was just in the transport pool before being sold or whether it was a vehicle that had been issued to the 27th Regiment. One of the signs bears the following remark: CSIB on 20/2/12. Does anyone know what that means? I hope that some members of this forum will be able to help me with the info that I will need to get this vehicle on the road. golfhotelwhiskey dahdidit dit dahdahdit didididit didahdah