> Stacy Masiero wrote: And I
>> do have a picture of it I might be able to figure how to attach to
>> one of these email messages.
> Hi Stacy,
> There are some ancient traditions here in UseNet, and one of the
> no-no's is to post "binaries" (ie a picture) to a "text" newsgroup -
> ie this one. Its fine to post a LINK to a picture like this though....
> http://www.thetaylorfamily.org.uk/bobpics/side.jpg - usually stuck on
> your webpages or one of the free picture folks.
> You might enjoy this "read"
Thank you Steve and Mr. Mike.
But I think I already violated the netiquette rule before I saw your email.
But, to show you my improvement, I will NOT attach the picture I am havin
a blasted time trying to figure what the sam hill it is from the DVD disk I
have on the RANGIE
So, my need: towing my broken girl to a shop just around the corner - 5
situation - its ready - everything in neutral - bypass switch - key in
position 1, correct tow-strap
my dillemma: How - without renting a tow-truck (its 5 miles for Pete's
Where does the tow strap hook-up? Not the lashing eyes as Derek pointed
To the chassis underneath, where the holes are - ok - but I can't find a
shackle that is that wide.
So - Landrover's solution is on page 7, "Information" of the Introduction on
the right side of the page (picture RR2026E) of the "Range Rover Workshop
Manual 90-94 Pub. # LHA WM EN A02)