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Post by Blacknsilver3 » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:17 pm

Hi Guys. We are doing our Third Overland trip in August. It will be the first time in the Discovery. What would your spare part list consist of for the trip?

We are doing the Pyrenees.

Also suggestions on little things that have made your trips better in the past and things that didn't.

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Post by JF Lux » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:44 pm

for the Pyrenees...? Nothing special... :whistle:

If you run a search in the events section you will find a very, very long list of things we took last year (and will take again this year... :lol: ). All we needed was one spare tyre....


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Post by Blacknsilver3 » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:49 pm

JF Lux wrote:for the Pyrenees...? Nothing special... :whistle:

If you run a search in the events section you will find a very, very long list of things we took last year (and will take again this year... :lol: ). All we needed was one spare tyre....

Events was the only place I didn't look in for the answers! Thanks.


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Post by Blacknsilver3 » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:56 pm

60 + pages! :pcwhack:

That's going to take some reading! :shock:


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Post by Jason » Fri Mar 16, 2012 11:07 pm

I have in my spares box

2 hub sensors
1 rear pad sensor wire
1 front pad sensor wire
2 Relays
Box fuses
Intercooler top hose

That's it. It's not something I intentionally built up, but after a trip on Salisbury plain I had a hub sensor fail, I lost speedo, rev counter and mileage counter. Associated with the sensor I had to drive on bump stops. Hence why I got replacements aboard.

As mentioned, an extra spare tyre n wheel if you doing an excursion plus a decent bottle jack and wheel breaker bar.


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Re: Overlanding Kit List

Post by Rich Sims » Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:30 am

Phone number of the local land rover garage and a phrase book as they don't speak good English. :rasp:



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Post by benp » Sat Mar 17, 2012 6:05 am

Deanos kit list is immense massively impressive but expensive……. If money is no object then get what he has got. It would also depend if I was the only D3 or if there was a few of us…. :popcorn:


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Post by Bodsy » Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:46 am

Franks kit list also fits nicely into two wolf boxes. Very comprehensive. Most of it can e built up overtime. The compressor is the most expensive bit, the rest is straight forward really. :thumbright:

We'll hopefully be borrowing it again for pyrenees 2012 :-)


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Post by Blacknsilver3 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:47 am

I think I am the only D3. I will double check. We are going with Atlas Overland.
The last two trips were done in my L200 so spare parts were not a problem as i knew what was likely to be the problem. Just need some pointers on the D3. And maybe which sensors and relays etc.. Are these a fix that can be done in the field?
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Re: Overlanding Kit List

Post by Bodsy » Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:48 am

brummiedeano wrote:Guys, if your still wanting to borrow my spares for this trip, here's whats available :

Low Lid Wolf BOX 1 :
DOT 4 Universal Brake & CLutch Fluid 500ml
Castrol Magnatec 5W-30 Engine Oil 1 litre
BD-50 Maintenance Spray 300ml
2 x Rad Weld 250ml
Various Trim Clips
Various Cable Ties
Valve Repair Kit - LR020590
Inner Drive Shaft Seals - 2 x TZB500050
Front Diff Rear Seal - LR019019
Rear Diff Front Seal - TZB500100
Hub Nut - RFD500020
Front Wheel Bearing - LR014147
Rear Wheel Bearing - LR021939
Front CV Boot - TDR500100
Front Outer CV Joint - TDJ500030
Water Pump - LR009324
Water Pump Seal - 1316117
Handbrake EPB Shoes - 2 x LR025151
NSF Suspension Sensor - LR020155
OSF Suspension Sensor - LR020157
NSR Suspension Sensor - LR020159
OSR Suspension Sensor - LR020161
Fuel Filter - LR010075

Low Lid Wolf BOX 2 :
Compressor - LR023964
Compressor Relay - YWB500220
Air Filter - PHE000112
Fan Belt - PQS500370
2 x Valeo Front Wiper Blades - UM665
Upper Tailgate Latch - LR017470
Complete Spare Bulbs
Gaffa Tape - 10 meters
2 x EGR Blanks
5 x Alloy Wheel Nuts

I can pass them to Ian or Mark on the 10th Oct Midlands meet :thumbright:


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