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Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 7:32am On Jul 24
EgunMogaji:


I actually don't have one now cause mine was borrowed and never came back

When I order a replacement I'll get one for you and one for Oga Gazzuzz (his OBD2 scanner is still sitting in Ibadan). It really is a useful tool. The one I had even had an extension for those clamps that's out of the way. That way you don't have to take 5 parts out to get to 1 measly clamp.



The bane of the average tool owner at bolded.


Thanks for the tool(s) in advance, much appreciated

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 10:28pm On Jul 24


So this morning I started in earnest..... Stripping the springs from the car..... and replacing air suspension parts

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Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 10:38pm On Jul 24

1. Rear Air Struts (Used)


2. Front Air Struts (New)


3. Air pipes


4. Water pipes (old and New)

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by mmrius(m): 12:04am On Jul 26
Thank you Mr. LeJeun for this great thread. I had to read every comment from the first page to the last and now you have a number 1 fan. Because of you, I am considering getting a Range Rover instead of a 2010 Lexus ES 350.

However, on a practical note, considering purchase cost for a tokunbo (Budget of 4.5 - 5 million), price of spare parts, FUEL CONSUMPTION, and use as an every day car/SUV, which would you recommend I go for;

1. 2009/2010 Lexus ES350
2. 2008 Range Rover HSE or Sport (Depending on which you advise I go for)
3. 2010/2011 Toyota Sienna XLE
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 8:30am On Jul 26
mmrius:
Thank you Mr. LeJeun for this great thread. I had to read every comment from the first page to the last and now you have a number 1 fan. Because of you, I am considering getting a Range Rover instead of a 2010 Lexus ES 350.

However, on a practical note, considering purchase cost for a tokunbo (Budget of 4.5 - 5 million), price of spare parts, FUEL CONSUMPTION, and use as an every day car/SUV, which would you recommend I go for;

1. 2009/2010 Lexus ES350
2. 2008 Range Rover HSE or Sport (Depending on which you advise I go for)
3. 2010/2011 Toyota Sienna XLE



I would have a bias cos I don't work on number 1 very much...

But for your budget, you most likely will get number 2
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 8:43am On Jul 26
mmrius:
Thank you Mr. LeJeun for this great thread. I had to read every comment from the first page to the last and now you have a number 1 fan. Because of you, I am considering getting a Range Rover instead of a 2010 Lexus ES 350.

However, on a practical note, considering purchase cost for a tokunbo (Budget of 4.5 - 5 million), price of spare parts, FUEL CONSUMPTION, and use as an every day car/SUV, which would you recommend I go for;

1. 2009/2010 Lexus ES350
2. 2008 Range Rover HSE or Sport (Depending on which you advise I go for)
3. 2010/2011 Toyota Sienna XLE




Thanks for the vote of confidence

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 10:43pm On Jul 26


Installation has commenced....


Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 11:12pm On Jul 26


Suspension has risen....


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Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by erico2k2(m): 10:50am On Jul 27
LeJeun3:


Suspension has risen....


grin grin grin grin grin
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by komekn(m): 12:49pm On Jul 27
LeJeun3:


Bad Diesel got to it before we did!


Is it more feasible to use a LR3 or 4 but with the TDV6 now that diesel and petrol prices are becoming close to on par.

Or is diesel maintenance problematic in a Nigeria. I do know you can get both bad diesel and bad petrol just depends on where you buy it from.

I know maintenance schedules if not followed somewhat stringently on the TDV6 can leave you very sorry indeed.
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 11:52pm On Jul 29
komekn:


Is it more feasible to use a LR3 or 4 but with the TDV6 now that diesel and petrol prices are becoming close to on par.

Or is diesel maintenance problematic in a Nigeria. I do know you can get both bad diesel and bad petrol just depends on where you buy it from.

I know maintenance schedules if not followed somewhat stringently on the TDV6 can leave you very sorry indeed.




To use a Diesel powered car, you will need a strict streamlined schedule for maintenance
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 9:47am On Jul 30
Stay away from d Op. I am talking from 1st hand experience
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by Mrtesso: 11:15am On Jul 30
cjeriia:
Stay away from d Op. I am talking from 1st hand experience


So somebori should just read ur comment and stay away from the OP? Or do u by chance mean something else?
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 11:20am On Jul 30
Mrtesso:



So somebori should just read ur comment and stay away from the OP? Or do u by chance mean something else?
Still trying to put right d mess he made outa my car. I no talk am 4 im back. If u like take d advice, if u like no take am.
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by mayor2013: 11:25am On Jul 30
cjeriia:
Still trying to put right d mess he made outa my car. I no talk am 4 im back. If u like d advice, if u like no take am.

Back up your claim
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by Mrtesso: 11:26am On Jul 30
cjeriia:
Still trying to put right d mess he made outa my car. I no talk am 4 im back. If u like d advice, if u like no take am.

Make u no vex fa, u for just try elaborate. Ur previous statement was largely peripheral.
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 12:39pm On Jul 30
Mrtesso:


Make u no vex fa, u for just try elaborate. Ur previous statement was largely peripheral.
I no vex joor. Just trying to save som1 else from d kinda financial misery I am currently going through cos of d OP
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 12:51pm On Jul 30
mayor2013:


Back up your claim
Lol...! Do I really owe u dat..? Nope..!! I guess not. You can ask d dude why he left d Audi whatsapp group he was an active part of. I had to crosscheck his info properly b4 posting. His workshop Tee's garage is located within d Ebute Metta railway compound. A terrible professional i'd dare say
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by komekn(m): 5:48pm On Jul 31
LeJeun3:




To use a Diesel powered car, you will need a strict streamlined schedule for maintenance

What you are implying, well the way I read it. It's feasible to use a diesel engine car but wahala deh.

Nonetheless, do the savings on fuel consumption make rational sense, using a LR3/4 TDV6 in Lagos The idea that I can fill up my LR3 TDV6 and go from Lagos to PH and back on tank of diesel fuel is most attractive.

Many thanks in advance.
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 6:19pm On Jul 31
komekn:


What you are implying, well the way I read it. It's feasible to use a diesel engine car but wahala deh.

Nonetheless, do the savings on fuel consumption make rational sense, using a LR3/4 TDV6 in Lagos The idea that I can fill up my LR3 TDV6 and go from Lagos to PH and back on tank of diesel fuel is most attractive.

Many thanks in advance.




I would say using a Diesel LR3/4 will keep you more away from a mechanic.


However, you would have to be conscious about the source of your Diesel and other additives you would choose to ensure a smooth use.... I will advice change of filters sooner and practice double filteration

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 6:22pm On Jul 31
cjeriia:
Stay away from d Op. I am talking from 1st hand experience




If you have a grouse with me. You haven't brought it to my doorstep...

Coming here and staying anonymous isn't cool! You don't have prove you contacted me and I did nothing...


Thanks

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 6:24pm On Jul 31
cjeriia:
Lol...! Do I really owe u dat..? Nope..!! I guess not. You can ask d dude why he left d Audi whatsapp group he was an active part of. I had to crosscheck his info properly b4 posting. His workshop Tee's garage is located within d Ebute Metta railway compound. A terrible professional i'd dare say



Guess you left cos I don't remember leaving....
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 8:27pm On Jul 31
LeJeun3:





If you have a grouse with me. You haven't brought it to my doorstep...

Coming here and staying anonymous isn't cool! You don't have prove you contacted me and I did nothing...


Thanks

hehehehehehehe..!!! Grouse ke...? U use me and ur encounter take show me say u b glorified KAZEEM noni. So I'll consider myself crazy 2 come back to ur doorstep.
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by diportivo: 8:48pm On Jul 31
komekn:


What you are implying, well the way I read it. It's feasible to use a diesel engine car but wahala deh.

Nonetheless, do the savings on fuel consumption make rational sense, using a LR3/4 TDV6 in Lagos The idea that I can fill up my LR3 TDV6 and go from Lagos to PH and back on tank of diesel fuel is most attractive.

Many thanks in advance.


use ur diesel

u will enjoy

from experience.....my bro owns a rrs diesel

that ride is da bomb grin

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Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by komekn(m): 8:55pm On Jul 31
LeJeun3:





I would say using a Diesel LR3/4 will keep you more away from a mechanic.


However, you would have to be conscious about the source of your Diesel and other additives you would choose to ensure a smooth use.... I will advice change of filters sooner and practice double filteration



Well that is it for me, well said , i am convinced.

My next run around is definitely going to be LR3/4 Diesel. Will bring it in with a enough oem , fuel and oil filters any other parts i need to bring in considering i will at most do 10k miles a year between Lagos - Warri - PH - Lagos.


Many thanks

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Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 8:58pm On Jul 31
komekn:



Well that is it for me, well said , i am convinced.

My next run around is definitely going to be LR3/4 Diesel. Will bring it in with a enough oem , fuel and oil filters any other parts i need to bring in considering i will at most do 10k miles a year between Lagos - Warri - PH - Lagos.


Many thanks



God Bless....

Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 5:25am On Aug 01
diportivo:



use ur diesel

u will enjoy

from experience.....my bro owns a rrs diesel

that ride is da bomb grin
Dipo I sight u bro
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by diportivo: 8:12am On Aug 01
cjeriia:
Dipo I sight u bro

boss of life

i double sight u inside that red 911 grin

u for allow us do am in-house sha o

all of us gather full there

morning to u
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by cjeriia: 7:26pm On Aug 01
diportivo:


boss of life

i double sight u inside that red 911 grin

u for allow us do am in-house sha o

all of us gather full there

morning to u
As d guy dey form silent for forum when i bring am out in the open, i say make i track am reach here. Besides its annoying when some1 comes to a forum forming intelligent pro whereas all they post online na downloaded info from google. Anoda thing is I lost my tablet so I cant b on the forum for now. i dey use my office computer for this ish
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by erico2k2(m): 11:23pm On Aug 01
angry angry angry
Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by LeJeun3: 6:24am On Aug 02

grin

I just laugh....

Still on the restoration of this 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged!
It's taken longer than expected as we have to wait for some parts to arrive from abroad.


Re: T's Garage (landrover And Cars) by dumo1(m): 3:03pm On Aug 02
LeJeun3, when you change a Range Rover from balloon shocks to coil springs what effects does it have on the ride??

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