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Unread 29th October 2015, 03:12 AM
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Great mate .

Next thing is to refit them all properly so that you don't inadvertently start a bush or grass fire underneath yourself!
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Unread 29th October 2015, 04:42 AM
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Teki,

No problems. Glad it was an easy fix, once you had a starting point.

I still have this happen every so often when offroad and push the exhaust up against the gearbox.

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Unread 29th October 2015, 07:21 PM
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Yeah not much room between the exhaust and the gear box.

It is a pain in the butt that the heat shield has to go back on. I am looking at ways of covering the exhaust with a fire proof coating and then put the heat shield on. This way it should stop future rattles.
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