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  1. Which MY 322's have 6mm thick glass?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    As the title suggests, inquiring minds want to know. Thanks!
  2. Getting a 6mm air line from the trunk to the valve block.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    On my new P38 I am using a ARB compressor as one aspect of "bomb-proofing" my EAS. I plan to use one of their larger compressor and it wont fit where the old one is. Not to mention it will be easier to run a external air tap from the trunk to inflate tires. My question is from the spare wheel...
  3. OH NO! Dropped 6mm nut into the engine

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    This is one of those threads you read and think "Glad it's not me". I was finishing a timing job on this 4.4 M62 Range Rover HSE. I was reassembling the top and putting on that rail that goes along the cam caps, when I dropped one of those 6mm nuts. It tickled down into the motor somewhere...
  4. O-Ring size for 6mm air lines?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Does anyone know the O-Ring size for the 6mm air lines. I bought some 6mm IB 10mm OB 2mm thick ORings and they were too thin. I got a valve block rebuild kit and replaced everything in the valve block. Now I would like to replace ORings in the air bags and air tank.
  5. Anyone know how to bend 6mm Nylon tubing?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've ordered some flexible Nylon tubing to use with the second ViAir setup as the Poly tubing I'm using doesn't hold up in the engine bay. Is it possible to bend the Nylon to shape with a heat gun and pipe bender without weakening it?
  6. $72 on ebay + 1 hour garage time + aniti-sieze = 6mm

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Bought a pair of the 3mm spacers from Europe you will see on ebay if you do a RRS search. They fit right where the wheel would start on the hub. The centering portion of the hub is long enough that it still centers the wheel. Makes the rear track a little less tucked-in looking. I'm happy. Comments?
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