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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by R2G2 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:22 pm

rasta does it, French dude from N4 does it cmon Neil staying behind competition :whistle:
but honestly I would rather get the armour from the dude I know a bit so I can go back and complain a lot 8-)



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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by Neild » Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:28 pm

Greg,

See below. What bit are you talking about?

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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by Neild » Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:36 pm

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You mean this one? N4. The 3rd plate from the front?. In my view (be happy to be corrected) the parts that this plate could protect are way higher than you could conceivably damage. Obviously depends on the kind of stuff you do but even the Yanks or the Spainish guys hardly use this type of stuff, so from our part, its not worth the R&D for the small numbers to be sold.

On another note, Gary is still awaiting your visit. He has items he has taken back to his house for you to see :thumbright:


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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by R2G2 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:58 pm

He is? :censored: I though we were just talking no proper arrangements.... :shock:

that geezer from N4 replied to me only once still do not have exact answer on what I been interested in ;(

looks as if he is not looking for business



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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by brummiedeano » Wed Nov 03, 2010 7:50 pm

Greg,

I have the N4 ones on mine if you need some info :whistle:

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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by R2G2 » Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:09 pm

I wanted to mix them up with a few other bits but still no clue it could be done

tank protection + transfer case - would it be feasible to install on their own? do you think?

that plating looks way too shiny and clean mate!!!! :whistle:
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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by brummiedeano » Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:13 pm

yep, if you want to fit the fuel tank guard you have to fit the transfer box guard ... as the fuel tank guard fixes to a bracket on the chassis rail thats part of the transfer box guard fixing kit :thumbright:


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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by R2G2 » Sat Nov 06, 2010 5:16 pm

did you get your set from N4 direct?? I think they are quite expensive comparing to Neils and Gary stuff ...

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Re: GNVP Sump & Transmission Protection Plates

Post by brummiedeano » Sat Nov 06, 2010 6:36 pm

I got my N4 ones from Frogs Island but I think they just import them from LPI though ...

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