in article email@example.com, Dom J at
wrote on 25/6/05 3:23 pm:
> As the RRC is on it's last legs (the more i fix it, the more other problems
> appear!) I've been on the look out for a replacement. After a tip off from
> a mate, next weekend i shall be the proud owner of a M reg Disco V8i auto.
> Took it for a quick blast up the road, 'box changed up and down, High/Low
> worked ok, no nasty leaks or clonks, all the 'lectric bits worked ok and
> engine quiet as a mouse. Well impressed. Couple of questions for you Disco
> It's got the peeling dash problem. Any cheap fixes for this, as the
> official kit is expensive (£150?). If i do use this kit how easy is it to
> fit?. I do have access to industrial strength twin pack glue though.......
Whilst looking for something else, I spotted this ad for the dash repair.
DASHBOARD REPAIR KIT- GENUINE LR PART (BLACK - Suitable for any colour
If your Discovery dash has started to peel well we have the answer with this
dashboard repair kit including screws and fitting instructions. Comprises of
two plastic sections that join to form a continuous strip across the
dashboard holding down the front edge of the peeling dash. Our black kit is
better suited for dashboards that are peeling badly as it's a more thicker
and rigid than the beige and grey versions.
MPS 4x4 Price: £ 29.99 inc VAT (PER SET)
> Sun roof leaks....where should i look for these?. It's just p****d it down
> and i could not see/feel any damp bits in the carpets in the boot.
Just be gratefull it isn't the front one that leaks - you get a load of cold
water down the back of your neck. For what use they are on ours, Bruce
sealed them up with silicone sealer.
2000 Discovery V8
1990 Discovery V8
1985 Range Rover V8 - FOR SALE
1979 Lightweight 2.25 petrol
1976 Series lll 2.25 petrol - in need of repair
> Dom J