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  1. #11
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    Default After countless minutes of trouble-free driving . . .

    Went to Elkton to see my brother's new (real) Mini Clubman on Saturday. Is it cool or what?

    When I got there the right rear wheel was covered in gear oil. Investigation pointed to wheel bearing trouble. I tightened the lock nut for the 40 mile trip home - it might have been better left loose. Made it home!

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    '92 Range Rover
    '51 80"

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    I think that bearing needs a little grease.

    The mini is really cool! I've definitely never seen a real clubman before.
    '89 Range Rover
    '95 D90

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    I just replaced the bearings on the same hub, but mine wasn't quite that bad!
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    [QUOTE=Frank84;19520]I think that bearing needs a little grease.

    and a little more metal....
    74S3/92RRC/03D2/06D3

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    [QUOTE=galen211;19518]Reason I am asking is that I have one of the railroad heritage plates from my old Series when I lived in PA the first time, moved to VA and now coming back I wonder if I could use it again.

    on a certain S3 Sw?
    74S3/92RRC/03D2/06D3

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    [QUOTE=rvrsrvc;19523]
    Quote Originally Posted by galen211 View Post
    Reason I am asking is that I have one of the railroad heritage plates from my old Series when I lived in PA the first time, moved to VA and now coming back I wonder if I could use it again.

    on a certain S3 Sw?
    Yes indeed.
    '59 SII

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    Default Lost my bearings

    The 'bad' wheel bearing wrecked the stub axle, hub, and ABS reluctor.
    The bearings pictured came out of the other ('good') side - but they weren't good.
    I will not take wheel bearings for granted in the future.

    A new thermostat got the heat working much better.

    Trying to get beyond the stage where 'hours spent working on it' > 'hours spent driving it'

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    '92 Range Rover
    '51 80"

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    Default On the move again

    Jake drove the RaRo yesterday and then to skool today. What's better than an RRC in a high school parking lot? (He would say a D2.)

    It has an intermittent flat spot that could be the TPS (throwing code 71) or maybe the stepper motor. I think I can borrow a known-good TPS and I read about how to test the stepper motor.

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    '92 Range Rover
    '51 80"

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    You need to get some mud on that.
    '89 Range Rover
    '95 D90

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    Come over to my place: it's warm and wet enough that the surface tension on the ground is like grease. One could be muddy in no time.....
    74S3/92RRC/03D2/06D3

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