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  1. just curious, why 10lb braid? what b/s wire leader do you use?
  2. that does make sense figgy especially with more and more people using autos for clays now. does it also come with a std one for 2 in the mag?
  3. never heard of a 2 shot, but could be proved wrong.especially if it has a non std mag tube on it.(as per figgy) take off the forend and then the barrel. on the end of the mag tube is a circlular internal type of securing split ring that holds the bits in. remove that carefully........the spring is 4 foot long and flies well lol. you should have a spring,a plastic restrictor that sits in the end and the plug for the end of the spring where you insert shells. give it a good clean out. iam guessing there is rust stopping the plug (shell end) on the spring going any further as it is a very close fit. pm if you need anything
  4. the sledgehammer is a nice custom built lure rod, i have one too. shouldn't take long to sell, good luck.
  5. classics, look like my wartime hensholt wetzlar 10*50 dialyts in the focus wheel and pivot points. good luck with sale,should be gone soon
  6. look here http://forums.benelliusa.com/forumdisplay.php/19-Franchi?s=&pp=20&daysprune=100&sort=lastpost&order=desc change the view posts date back to 100 days or so
  7. if it is a raptor then mobil chokes will be fine in it.
  8. there sure is diddy, its on the 2AD 2.2 diesel..not penned by me,but taken from a toyota forum. This guide is wriiten to hopefully answer most of the often asked questions about the 2AD 2.2 Diesel engine and its problems. The Symptoms Owners complain of the following; Excessive oil consumption. Coolant Water being blown out of the expansion tank and the colour sometimes turning darker in colour. Excessive Fuel consumption. Blocked or heavily sooted EGR valves And of course cars going into limp mode or displaying fault codes relating to this engines issues. Toyotas Answer. Well Toyota really stepped up to the plate and offered an extended warranty which can be found in the following text taken from the TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) "AD Engine Out of Warranty Guidelines (0730J) We are pleased to advise that we have received more formalised guidelines from TME for the handling of AD engine problems on out of warranty vehicles. The coverage and processes are summarised below. Conditions Covered 1) Oil consumption worse than 0.5 litre per 621 miles (1,000 km) 2) Overheating & Head Gasket failure due to carbon deposits on the pistons For all other out of warranty conditions related to AD engine problems, where the customer complaint can be directly linked to a “carbon clogging” concern, i.e. EGR Valve, DPNR, 5th Injector, EGR Cooler, blocked manifold, etc., we would accept this as being linked to an oil consumption condition. Vehicles Covered Those vehicles fitted with AD diesel engines; ��Avensis with 1AD or 2AD (Prod. Date: Apr 2005 to Feb 2009) ��RAV4 with 2AD (Prod. Date: Jul 2005 to Dec 2008) ��Auris with 1AD or 2AD (Prod. Date: Sep 2006 to Sep 2009) ��Verso with 2AD (Prod. Date: Apr 2005 to Nov 2008) Age / Mileage Covered These guidelines cover vehicles up to 7 years old and 111,846 miles (180,000 km), whichever the sooner. This is conditional on there being a retail customer complaint and the vehicle having been reasonably maintained". So what do I do if my car is displaying the above faults? You should take Your car for inspection to your nearest Toyota Dealers. They will check your oil level and carry out all or any checks required by Toyota and read any stored fault codes. You will then be asked to take the car back to the dealer after approximately 1000 miles and the oil will be checked again to determine if its oil consumption is to great as in the TSB above. So what happens next? If it is deemed You engine is burning too much oil, is sooting the EGR valve or displaying any of the above related faults your engine will be replaced under the extended warranty. What will be replaced? The engine assembly in Toyota terms is a ¾ engine which is basically the whole engine from the sump up to the rocker cover. Up until mid 2011 engines were rebuilt by the Dealer but after this proved too time consuming and sometimes unsuccessful, engines were replaced as a ¾ assembly for economic reasons. Sometimes these replacement engines are reworked or remanufactured engines rebuilt in Japan. Sometimes the engines are brand new. The following will or may be replaced during the procedure. EGR valve. Injectors including the 5th injector. Catalytic convertor. DFP filter (Diesel Particulate Filter). The engine oil of course and the coolant . Air conditioning will be re gassed. The procedure for and during replacement Well I will explain what my experience was...... Once the car was diagnosed and the engine replacement was approved I took the car into the Dealer who kindly supplied me with a free courtesy car. 2 days later I was called and informed my car was ready for collection. I was given a work sheet detailing what had been done and the new engine number. Note: It is the owners responsibility to inform the DVLA of the change. The differences between old and new engine. The new engine is much quieter. Fuel consumption is far better than before. Consider also; If You are having a new engine fitted under warranty, consider having a new clutch assembly fitted while the engine is out. There will normally be no labour charge for this as there is no increased labour as all these parts are stripped out during replacement. It would otherwise cost in the region of £1200 (should it become necessary) for a clutch replacement on a RAV4 but less on an Auris, Avensis or Verso.
  9. i will take that pse if still available. pm incoming
  10. running goodyear dueller 687's at the moment as thats what it came with, but changing to geolander g012's before winter comes. they are an all surface a/t tyre without going to the extremes of full nobbly tyres that make a lot of noise on road.
  11. seems like they are invisible nets, can t see any pics yet. maybe they are all sold already to the people who didnt want a pic. hope not, been waiting for a month or so pse let us know the latest news
  12. mk1 and mk2 are both full time 4wd. mk1 will have a diff lock too. never managed to get my mk2 stuck yet. d4d 2.0 will give you 35 ish on a run and a lot less running around town. mainly due to the permanant 4wd but its as safe as houses in any weather. dont believe the onboard thingy it lies like a cheap watch. come visit us here if you have any questions http://forum.rav4driversclub.com/?sid=11a587dcdd13905d76b8b4285dab08ca
  13. i will stand by my original order of 1 of each pse. just need to see the pics for coverage.
  14. stu nesling

    peas

    i have the same problem, 3 fields of peas and 2 pigeons...lol
  15. if they are an issue on the farm apply for a permit from MAFF.
  16. interested if no one else wants em, what a/t did you change too? thinking of some for my hairdressers car too
  17. if your after ferals shine is an advantage, otherwise grey primer
  18. they seem a good shell through my auto. seem to be on par with 30g clear pigeon. good clean kills out to sensible range,not too dirty and not bad on recoil either. 44/slab around here. and best of all they are red, so easy to find in the grass.
  19. stu nesling

    Camo Nets

    if you can get a pic of the coverage of the desert one i may have 2. but will need to see a pic first pse.
  20. lovely gun,is it the mk2? my mk1 has a shnabel forend. would grab it to make a pair if i had the spare. thats a bargain with the recoil reducer,best of luck with sale
  21. if the bolt is back then safe, as he is showing its safe by displaying it to others. i do the same in the game cart on hare shoots etc, bolt back and facing others so they can see. flags.......waste of money. if you cant remember the bolt then you shouldn't be shooting in the company of others period!
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