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Love the truck. What are some of the common problems I should look for? My clock seems to be doing fine. I don't recall seeing anything else on here. The iPod interface is just awesome. The stereo sounds fantastic. The new interior really puts the LUX in Luxuary. I have not tried to pair my iPhone 3Gs yet. I will post pics later. I am getting the front windows tinted and putting my 22" Stormer Type wheels on.
 

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Just to spoil your party a little bit, your iPhone 3GS will not charge through the iPod connector, and while the phone will pair with the BT module, you may not always get the call routed through the car's speakers when you answer. :twisted:

Congratulations, looking forward to the pictures.
 

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Sorry I cant read anymore I have to go to the doctor Im turning a green colour must be all the envy for what you have. Congrats please post some pics.
 

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Jokers.

I just got word the West Coast shock supplier Doetsch-Tech is getting a visit from the San Diego dealer for Land Rover fitment.

Watch this space for the numerous on slaught of hi-po dampers for all Range Rover Sport and Fully Sick - Deco mate dampers !
One more question Ubertomb(high speed hearse), if there going to be another forum for Land Rover Freelander owners too ? ?

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Translation????

What do offroad shock absorbers have to do with a 2010 purchase?
 

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Translation????

What do offroad shock absorbers have to do with a 2010 purchase?
Without the proper "key" we may never know...from Wiki:

In cryptography, a cipher (or cypher) is an algorithm for performing encryption or decryption — a series of well-defined steps that can be followed as a procedure. An alternative, less common term is encipherment. In non-technical usage, a “cipher” is the same thing as a “code”; however, the concepts are distinct in cryptography. In classical cryptography, ciphers were distinguished from codes. Codes operated by substituting according to a large codebook which linked a random string of characters or numbers to a word or phrase. For example, “UQJHSE” could be the code for “Proceed to the following coordinates”. When using a cipher the original information is known as plaintext, and the encrypted form as ciphertext. The ciphertext message contains all the information of the plaintext message, but is not in a format readable by a human or computer without the proper mechanism to decrypt it; it should resemble random gibberish to those not intended to read it.
The operation of a cipher usually depends on a piece of auxiliary information, called a key or, in traditional NSA parlance, a cryptovariable. The encrypting procedure is varied depending on the key, which changes the detailed operation of the algorithm. A key must be selected before using a cipher to encrypt a message. Without knowledge of the key, it should be difficult, if not nearly impossible, to decrypt the resulting ciphertext into readable plaintext.


I'm working on the assumption Vinniman is a clandestine operative and uses this forum to communicate with HQ. :shhh:
 

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Gooseyloosey.

Bring on the Trifods-it sounds like a manual from "Hitch hikers guide to the Galaxy" (I prefer original version to the re-make) ?

When you stateside yankees decide to lower your rides or pimp them up to show pony's or possibly some serious "Baja" works, these guys are the one stop aftermarket shop which I've bought many a product from and they will soon have OEM alternatives at much cheaper pricing than the Stealer Dealers. Can't wait to see the first American 'Dakar' RRS roaming the streets of LA !

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RCM.

All problems with RRS's since inception are detailed under several search topics and usually revolve around modifications too !

As with the FFRR and the P38's before them, the air bellows will start to fail-followed by various suspension components and then the affordable replacement of these components like shock absorbers are next on the list followed by interior/electrical ?

There are some obvious characters on this forum both genuine & on another planet, but we can't wait to see your photographs

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Vinniman.

Please let this guy have his thread back. Lets hope the Moderators delete all the posts back to and including your first one. Start a new thread on your own about shocks.

Sure the bellows eventually fail and he'll need new shocks---like 5 years from now in 2015. He just bought a 2010, and he's worried about the more immediate future.

As far as obvious characters on this board...
 

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Just to spoil your party a little bit, your iPhone 3GS will not charge through the iPod connector, and while the phone will pair with the BT module, you may not always get the call routed through the car's speakers when you answer. :twisted:

Congratulations, looking forward to the pictures.
Hey there ... My 3Gs is pairing, working, and charging. I made about 15 calls with no problem. However, when the iphone is plugged in, it forces it in to airplane mode where you can't make or receive calls. I just took an old 30 gig ipod ( You get a Range Rover splash screen on the ipod) and I am going to keep that one plugged in for music. The interface took a little while, but it is very easy to navigate. I am having some issues getting all the sirius channels. I am not sure if that is the module or Sirius.
 

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Here are some quick photos I took with my iphone this morning. The truck is VERY dirty right now. The weather has been bad the last few days.
 

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GooseyLoosey.

Respectfully as you say ! No harm intended. RCM-my apologies if any comments are off the topic, hope I answered your query ?

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