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It's also in RAVE if you have the full version.

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Yup, Rave is 800MB though and if you're trying to view it on a tablet it's a nightmare. At 28MB that's more than manageable.

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Nice find! I have a lot of these PDFs but this is very manageable!

Now, if only I could find some of these rare items ... :-)

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leolito wrote:

Now, if only I could find some of these rare items ... :-)

I'm looking for the cycle carrier!

If I can't find one I'll make one from a Discovery 2 one and a spare tow bar that I've got here!

David.

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Only that you missing? ah ah .... :-)
just joking!

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This isn't a download but more of a website back up of that has interesting P38 information... Range Rover 4.0/4.6 Problems and Fixes
Here is Mr. Brabyn's actual website... The Enthusiast's Range Rovers Site by John Brabyn

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How the hell did you find that??????

That is the original Rangerovers.net pages that the new owners removed and everyone has been banging on about it being re-instated for over a year with no result.

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wow!
indeed what a GREAT find!
actually, it was the ONLY reason I've ever bothered accessing rr.net website ... sorry I know many of you hail from there, but that forum always left a lot to be desired, for me

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It left a lot to be desired (and still does, even more so now) which is why this forum came into being in the first place.