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#549940 - 24/12/18 07:34 AM Re: Land Rover Bodywork [Re: TBM]
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Originally Posted By TBM
[quote=TimG]
That'll be the special 'winter' running mode. A desperate attempt to get a tiny bit of heat in the cab...

Most Series Landy owners have been down that route laugh2
Only works in low speed areas anyway - once speed gets up to extra urban pace the various drafts soon remove any cab heat! rofl
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#549942 - 24/12/18 07:58 AM Re: Land Rover Bodywork [Re: Graham, G4FUJ]
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Originally Posted By Graham, G4FUJ
Most Series Landy owners have been down that route laugh2
Only works in low speed areas anyway - once speed gets up to extra urban pace the various drafts soon remove any cab heat! rofl


Spent six years doing my 50 mile commute in a 1962 S2A!

Eventually plumbed in an old austin mini heater between the front seats, pulled out the standard smiths 'shin burner' (same as found in my 4/4) and replaced with a upgraded square one from Holden (which they seem to have stopped selling - shame as it was very good) and finally managed to get it reasonably warm!
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#549948 - 24/12/18 08:55 AM Re: Land Rover Bodywork [Re: James B W]
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The old Smiths "fug stirrer" laugh2
Always had cold feet due to the "warm" air never getting deep into the footwell in my '66 SIIa.
We never bothered with fitting any other kind of heater - extra socks and heavier footwear sufficed smile
A '72 SIII 12 seat Station Wagon was slightly better...
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