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3 meters of cedar, 1 meter wide.
Top cut, roll forward 90 degrees.
Top cut, roll forward 90 degrees.
Top cut, roll back 90 degrees.
Cut 4" slabs.
Stack 4" slabs vertically
Cut 4".
Clamps help on the vertical slabs.
The 90 degree angle is very important.

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Slightly off topic as not land rover work related but I'm about to sell my 1968 11a lightweight. Has a 3.5 litre v8 fitted. If anyone is interested pm me on here for more details. Cheers.

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Old picture from when it was bought approx 3 years ago. Im dropping at the the garage tomorrow to get Mot'd and ready for sale. Weather is supposed to be a lot better tomorrow so will try to get more pics if its still light. 

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Calling all landrover buffs, would you consider a 54 plate with 200k miles on it or should I stick with Japanese?! It's a 110 tipper at just over £8k. Cheers in advance 

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At 200k for a TD5 might be worth checking if the cylinder head has been replaced, as sometimes they crack. About the right money for its age if its reasonably clean, if I could I would.

 

However if you are used to Japanese pickups a Defender may not be for you as they are very different. 

 

 

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