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Whenever I'm looking for a big old petrol I generally find that the low mileage examples are on straight petrol and the leggy ones have LPG. I bought the Jeep converted, but ended up having it all replaced bar some pipework so I bought the Range Rover without LPG and had Simon do a conversion from scratch.
I'm far happier with the conversion that was done properly in the first place.

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thats yhr good thing about it not been fitted with lpg I know if I did put it on the kit would all be new

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... and you can be sure by choosing a 'proper' installer the thing would be done the way it has to be.
Most LPG installs I have seen are horrible work, done on the cheap with a million zipties all over, ECUs thrown around in the engine bays unprotected, and so on ...

If I has offered another P38 I'd had to ran away from it before wife catches me and that will be the end of me :-)

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leolito wrote:

If I has offered another P38 I'd had to ran away from it before wife catches me and that will be the end of me :-)

my wife would kill me to lol