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Old 10 October 2013, 18:51   #11
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I should get her "seen to" mate. Sounds like she's been slippin' out at night and sh@ggin' Landys
I guess thats were the rot set in ... the slag
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Old 10 October 2013, 19:01   #12
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JB weld will probably work. It's better than Chemical Metal- but you need to get it as clean as you would clean Hypalon for a tube patch and have abraded bare metal for it to attach to. Aluminium Oxide paper will do it.
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Run the car to temperature then pull the sump plug. Only trouble with blisters on the sump is potentially how big the hole can be. Try a wire brush head attachment on a drill to take worst off, then down to oxide paper to key. Also look at repainting sump afterwards, using zinc primer.

I'd try the JB stuff. Just watched a youtube promo.
Thanks I will give it a go.



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Personally I would stump up the cash and get it done.
I agree with you but I think that it is worth a try with JB weld first and if it doesn't work then new sump it is .... cos I love my motor

Thanks very much for your input guys
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Old 14 October 2013, 17:21   #13
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Hi mate you sould get a new mechanic key made a new sump for is mates offroader and we can weld up f in land rovers day in and out repairing a sump would be no prob next time your call in i will look at it mate
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I've welded a few in situ in the past not difficult if you have access just drop the oil & put the plug back in then you don't light up the residue as there's no oxygen to burn

worth a try if the car isn't worth much Id expect the chemical metals to let go after a while even if you can get them to seal initially due to the expansion & contraction going on
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Old 17 October 2013, 03:33   #15
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So far so good
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...worth a try if the car isn't worth much
It's a Terrano, how much can it be worth
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Hi mate its kerny and i would say around a tener lol
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Hi mate its kerny and i would say around a tener lol
That's what he'd have to pay the scrap man to take it way
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Old 29 October 2013, 18:28   #19
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Hi mate its kerny and i would say around a tener lol
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That's what he'd have to pay the scrap man to take it way
Bring yer tools with you on the Ullswater trip Shaw, there will be plenty LR'S there, it will more than pay for your weekend mate
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