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4 gear leavers in a series 3?

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It's not for the overdrive  a picture would be good I meant to say the odd one out

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Gear stick, over drive, high low ratio lever and 4wd in high ratio?

 

dont ask me which is which though. I just remember my old man had an over drive thing on his

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48 minutes ago, mel b3 said:

now that would be handy.

thats what the big hole is for in the rear chassis member.......my cousin had one for dragging a sprayer for the apple orchard...

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Imagine most youngsters today and some women drivers climbing into one for the first time, bamboozled by any gear stick never mind four and some colored.

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2 hours ago, figgy said:

Imagine most youngsters today and some women drivers climbing into one for the first time, bamboozled by any gear stick never mind four and some colored.

:lol::lol: Right ladies this vehicle has an overdrive, so you have 16 forward gears and 4 reverse gears at your disposal.

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3 hours ago, dead eye alan said:

 Thanks for all the info boys, yep it's an overdrive.

so that will be ...."drop it into 4th...double dee clutch engage ion drive lever...let clutch out apply throttle ....feel the "g" force kick in on your neck brace.........limit speed to under 200mph"

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27 minutes ago, ditchman said:

so that will be ...."drop it into 4th...double dee clutch engage ion drive lever...let clutch out apply throttle ....feel the "g" force kick in on your neck brace.........limit speed to under 200mph"

What are you smoking today?:rolleyes:

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27 minutes ago, ditchman said:

so that will be ...."drop it into 4th...double dee clutch engage ion drive lever...let clutch out apply throttle ....feel the "g" force kick in on your neck brace.........limit speed to under 200mph"

 NB This only applies to Norfolk registered Landrovers

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23 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

What are you smoking today?:rolleyes:

sum gud stuff man.............skunk old nettle stalks...

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7 hours ago, ditchman said:

so that will be ...."drop it into 4th...double dee clutch engage ion drive lever...let clutch out apply throttle ....feel the "g" force kick in on your neck brace.........limit speed to under 200mph"

Only if you drive it over the cliff at hunstanton

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The last Series III that I had came with an Fairey overdrive, fantastic piece of gear, it allowed me to creep up to 55/60mph with a 2.25 diesel fitted.

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Isint it incase your landy (mysteriously) hasn't got an oil leak, you pull the leaver before setting off to release some so that others think it's functioning as it should.....

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39 minutes ago, GingerCat said:

Isint it incase your landy (mysteriously) hasn't got an oil leak, you pull the leaver before setting off to release some so that others think it's functioning as it should.....

There is only ever one reason that a Landover hasn't got an oil leak.

 

It's empty 

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