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Forum: Bits and Pieces 23-02-19
Replies: 7
Views: 523
Posted By Scrambler
The story certainly used to be that the Canon...

The story certainly used to be that the Canon lenses were slow to focus compared to same lens on a Canon or Sony lens on an A7. The newer cams might be better but I don't know. That said, for most...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 08-02-19
Replies: 2
Views: 318
Posted By Scrambler
Looks nice. Mine has the same bumper section but...

Looks nice. Mine has the same bumper section but chrome nudge bar top. Not much point posting a pic as the bumper looks just like that one you linked to. My though for you is that you will need to...
Forum: Generation 4-1 Pajero 04-02-19
Replies: 7
Views: 591
Posted By Scrambler
The wading depth of a Gen 2 is 600mm- roughly the...

The wading depth of a Gen 2 is 600mm- roughly the top of the wheel. So the picture is right at the deep end for factory wading ability.

I haven't checked a Gen 4 but assume it will be the same.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 03-02-19
Replies: 7
Views: 321
Posted By Scrambler
That wants checking. I'd start it then turn it...

That wants checking. I'd start it then turn it immediately off and go looking for the petrol. If the smell is that strong its a serious problem.

The safer option would be to get it towed to a...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 03-02-19
Replies: 7
Views: 321
Posted By Scrambler
That wants checking. I'd start it then turn it...

That wants checking. I'd start it then turn it immediately off and go looking for the petrol. If the smell is that strong its a serious problem.
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 31-01-19
Replies: 5
Views: 508
Posted By Scrambler
I doubt it's a roof rail issue (and the simple...

I doubt it's a roof rail issue (and the simple solution for the rail is a single long bar sitting on the rail with the roofrack legs attached).

The usual issue is body roll (and car rollover).
...
Forum: Bolted on bits, factory and aftermarket accessories 26-01-19
Replies: 28
Views: 3,732
Posted By Scrambler
Can't comment on door opening but re getting the...

Can't comment on door opening but re getting the height right to hitch and unhitch: our van came with a swinging jockey wheel and a removable one. A bit of muck around at times but can do any sane...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 03-12-18
Replies: 3
Views: 564
Posted By Scrambler
With you all the way Ian. Love mine as well, but...

With you all the way Ian. Love mine as well, but dunno what to do for economy. The SWB manual would do better one would think but mine is just as bad. Did get in the low 14/100 range over 250+ km...
Forum: Generation 4-4 Pajero 28-11-18
Replies: 8
Views: 877
Posted By Scrambler
Its just the total load. 2500 towed, 250kg ball...

Its just the total load. 2500 towed, 250kg ball weight. Over 2500 has lower ball weight. The actual load through the towball is a lot less than 2500kg. There is a maximum load through the chassis...
Forum: Mechanical 25-11-18
Replies: 51
Views: 16,263
Posted By Scrambler
Re thermo fan result: I few years ago on an old...

Re thermo fan result: I few years ago on an old 4wd of another make, I had a lound bang emit from the engine bay but nothing seemed to alter and I kept on until I got into the next city when my temp...
Forum: General Info 20-11-18
Replies: 18
Views: 1,939
Posted By Scrambler
There's a lot to think on with a trip like this....

There's a lot to think on with a trip like this. We did a shorter run essentially ex Brisbane via Mt Isa and down toward Alice Springs. Never made the long run back because we popped 2 inner tubes...
Forum: Mechanical 16-11-18
Replies: 6
Views: 690
Posted By Scrambler
That at least is easy. D gets a lot more time and...

That at least is easy. D gets a lot more time and the bulb burns out. Ignore or replace the bulb in the dash.
Forum: Mitsubishi News 14-11-18
Replies: 3
Views: 1,281
Posted By Scrambler
I think Land Rover/ Range Rover are a good place...

I think Land Rover/ Range Rover are a good place to look for next gen off road products. Pedestrian safety has lowered and rounded their cars but adaptable air suspension and trick electronics make...
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 07-11-18
Replies: 21
Views: 2,188
Posted By Scrambler
Perhaps I should say mine is the same as yours....

Perhaps I should say mine is the same as yours. Only little thing is slightly taller than standard tyres so should be 5% worse then the quoted figures... as if!
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 07-11-18
Replies: 21
Views: 2,188
Posted By Scrambler
I feel like this might be the Four...

I feel like this might be the Four Yorkshiremen...

16.1? You're lookie...

I think I'm more like 19 around town.

Apparently the oxygen sensor is the issue. I have a replacement but can't...
Forum: Introductions 07-11-18
Replies: 4
Views: 445
Posted By Scrambler
Hi JapSwede. Welcome "down under." While...

Hi JapSwede. Welcome "down under."

While there are always things to dislike, Garmin use a map format which is now widely available. For example you can download OpenStreetMaps in Garmin format....
Forum: Generation 2 Pajero 01-11-18
Replies: 1
Views: 322
Posted By Scrambler
Not done it in a Paj but I believe it's possible...

Not done it in a Paj but I believe it's possible with the LWB: get a H harness which attaches to the cenre child seat anchorage. Used it heaps in my old Landrover Defender - needed to install the...
Forum: Generation 4-3 Pajero 26-10-18
Replies: 14
Views: 1,271
Posted By Scrambler
Can I suggest checking the charge across the...

Can I suggest checking the charge across the battery directly.

On my car - too old to be smart- the voltmeter tells me the circuit is running at 10v on charge and under 8v after starting...but a...
Forum: Bits and Pieces 24-10-18
Replies: 8
Views: 959
Posted By Scrambler
I'm not sure avoiding Landrover is exactly the...

I'm not sure avoiding Landrover is exactly the right answer. I'm sure the dealer sells other brands, and it might well be a different importer in NZ.

And it's an open and shut case now that any...
Forum: Generation 3 Pajero 22-10-18
Replies: 20
Views: 2,173
Posted By Scrambler
When I bought my first old 4wd I did some rough...

When I bought my first old 4wd I did some rough estimates and decided that the cost of ownership is not terribly different between a new and old 4wd: for a new one you have depreciation but...
Forum: Generation 4-2 Pajero 21-10-18
Replies: 17
Views: 1,591
Posted By Scrambler
I've done a fair bit of camping with kids,...

I've done a fair bit of camping with kids, including a drive across similar territory in a Landrover Defender. Defers are true "one tonners" so loading wasnt an issue but there are other things to...
Forum: Generation 4-4 Pajero 20-10-18
Replies: 34
Views: 8,075
Posted By Scrambler
Not my thing at all...but...what would the...

Not my thing at all...but...what would the difference in windscreen be between camera and no camera? I'd have thought it would be the same screen. The blue at the top is an easy aftermarket fix if...
Forum: Generation 3 Pajero 19-10-18
Replies: 6
Views: 553
Posted By Scrambler
Hmmm. My NL did something similar when the...

Hmmm. My NL did something similar when the alternator died. Too lottle power for the various circuits.
Forum: Pajero Sport 19-10-18
Replies: 58
Views: 9,568
Posted By Scrambler
Thats what cargo barriers are for. And why most...

Thats what cargo barriers are for. And why most can be fitted behind the front seats.
Forum: Pajero Sport 19-10-18
Replies: 58
Views: 9,568
Posted By Scrambler
Btw had the opposite issue years ago. I bought an...

Btw had the opposite issue years ago. I bought an ex army troop carrier: turns out it was only plated (from new) as a three seater despite having 11 seats. I had to remove 8 original seats to get my...
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