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Hi folks, I know there's rave, EPC, microcat around, but I am searching for a pdf version of the printed parts catalogue. I managed to find one scanned from 1995 but this one lacks, obviously, all later models and variants.

Does anyone have access to a file and is willing to share? Would be gr8!

THX in advance.
happy covering KCR

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Can't do attachments on here as far as I know, only links.
Ask again on rr.net and I will send it.

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That's what this https://rangerovers.pub/topic/1372-handy-downloads thread is for.......

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It is RTC9970CE what I am looking for. I am used since RRC times to the printed versions, a scan would just be gr8!

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Gilbertd wrote:

That's what this https://rangerovers.pub/topic/1372-handy-downloads thread is for.......

Just checked, why is the onedrive link there empty? Anyone know what happened to the stuff that was uploaded?

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It vanished sometime around May. I thought I'd had a copy of it, but only had a link to the folder it turned out in the end. I did mention it in the thread when i noticed, but noone came back about it.

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I have one. Send me your email address and I will send you .pdf of pages.
Do you want covers front/back as well? All pages?

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Sorry for the delay KCR. I have only just read your post on the dark side. I thought you had another source from JMCLuimni.
I have posted two parts manuals I have in .pdf format. No idea where I got them from. They are years old.

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White flag here. Lost in translation.... What I have is a brochure for ancillary parts such as spot lights, dog guard floor mats, first aid kit etc. As such I may have misled some into thinking that I have a brochure on all trim and vehicle parts.
I’m blaming global warming and all the talk about electric cars.....

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Hi Dave & JMC, thanks anyway guys. But still not found what I was looking for sing
Best regards Kurt

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What's wrong with just looking at http://new.lrcat.com/, all models up to 2015.

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Dear Richard, nothink 😉

It‘s just me Oldtimer, eye prefer the old parts catalogue ;-)
I really appreciate every contribution!
Thx!

happy rovering

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As another old fashioned grumpy old guy type I'm slowly assembling my own paper printout version of lrcat files in MS Word format. The parts catalogue drawings are also a great resource when you want to know where parts are in relation to each other.

I'm untrusting as to the ability of t'net to be a safe repository of such data. Besides the lrcat one part at a time number retrieval system drives me nuts sometimes, especially when I'm not sure exactly which parts I need.

I use a Mac so its not stupidly difficult to transcribe. Just slow. My process is to pull the diagram over from Safari (the native browser) to TextEdit ( the standard text editing app, albeit well souped up) then copy and paste the individual part picture ID reference numbers, part numbers and descriptors below the drawing.

I have a standard basic Word file with appropriate header, footer and page number slots ready to populate for each section. I throw the picture across from TextEdit then save that file in text format, rather than the native rtf, which strips all the gumph. Copy & paste the text into Word then reformat from lines to a table.

I knock off a few pages when I'm preparing a parts order or when I don't want to do nowt but don't want to tackle the "everything to do" list. Prolly be done in about a year or 18 months. Which is about what it took to do RAVE but that was just a PDF print job.

Clive

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“What's wrong with just looking at http://new.lrcat.com/, all models up to 2015.“
Jesus Richard you gave me cold flash with that comment. Sounded exactly like that fuckwit at RR.net Toadhall when he would rant “Its in the RAVE” at every question posted.
Fortunately, we all know u r not a twat.........

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I am also a sucker for hard print... and the original does not seem to be that expensive ...
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RANGE-ROVER-P38-PARTS-LIST-CATALOGUE-VOGUE-SE-HSE-DSE-TD-Owners-Manual-Handbook/133487341097?hash=item1f14772e29:g:nqIAAOSwr6RZhCzn

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If anyone wants to have a pdf of a 95 model year scanned catalogue, drop me a message or tell me, where to upload.

I have the printed version of the 1995-2002 catalogue, that's why I am searching for the pdf. Most preferred tool for parts research.
Maybe it is because I come from Range Classic times ;-) EPC and Microcat are running finde over here, but a complete parts catalogue in the cloud would be just perfect.

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1855206161/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_1buKFb8277G10

Original from $mazon...

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j_rov I have the paper copy already, but no access at the moment to a an automated scanner with page feed.
If amazon would offer a pdf (or Brooklands) I would habe bought that already.