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PostSubject: Discovery 2   Wed May 24, 2017 9:30 pm

Hi all we have just bought a Discovery 2 now looking to get a caravan so we can get to the HUBB and the Overland show,
was going to get a moterhome but every one putting the prices up, so will be looking in the autumn, still got are G WAC but it is still in the operating room undergoing surgery new cills also hopping to get the heater to work.
Sorry Tom think I got the size wrong.


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PostSubject: Re: Discovery 2   Mon May 29, 2017 7:49 pm

Nothing wrong with the size of photos, well, on my PC anyway, one size above though ends up massive. That's okay.

Tidy looking Disco that, let's hope the salty Scottish roads don't take their toll.

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PostSubject: Re: Discovery 2   Tue May 30, 2017 9:17 pm

Not much wrong with the D2 TD5 I sometimes wish I hadn't got rid of mine.
That said watch out for rust in the rear chassis behind the rear wheels mine was a 2004 facelift model and only 6 years old when I got it and it was already showing signs of tin worm.

I found the biggest problem was not enough room to sleep in the vehicle the rear seat folding arrangement not lending it's self easily to turn into a bed and the fact it was my daily drive I couldn't face the balls ache of removing and refitting the rear seats several time a year it was bad enough just removing the 2 folding seats in the rear luggage area.

But all in all most trips I'm glad I exchanged it for the 110

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PostSubject: Re: Discovery 2   Wed May 31, 2017 12:32 am

Yes it has had some welding done on the back end, need to do a few jobs, someone has fitted a Discovery 1 front bumper but have managed to get a replacement bit of damage but will still look better.  Has for sleeping in we managed in the Discovery 1 but will not be trying in this one,  clinking teacups
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