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      Buzzweld are constantly striving to improve products and increase our range, keep up to date with all the latest product news and information on our protective coatings.

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      Buzzweld are proud sponsors of Titan Racing, they really put our products to the test in some of the harshest conditions, find out what Team Titan say about Buzzweld!

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      LizardSkin Sound Control, LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation, and LizardSkin topcoat UK Distributor.

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      Buzzweld offer a range of 'All In One' coatings that will prolong the life of your vehicles chassis. Check out our extensive range of tried and tested rust preventing AIO protective coatings.

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      We specialise in high quality sales-servicing-repairs of the iconic Land Rover Defender From a small welding job to a complete rebuild.

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    • Finally some progress on this, it’s back from media blasting and externally painted with 2k armour, It looks great, started getting the axles re attached and get it rolling again so that I could get the insides coated in cavity paint and war, after that I got it back into the workshop and rebuilt the hubs with new bearings and new discs and stainless pistons in the freshly rebuilt calipers. The project is still moving forward at least just a little slower than expected. I’ve got to say though really like the 2k armour for a coating and the cavity paint went on easily, had a couple of issues with the war but overall it wasn’t bad and would recommend it for what it is meant for. 
    • Thanks Al, Building from the ground up is fun for me. Yes, I'm using a Mercedes OM603 diesel, in it now, Diesel Pump UK will rebuild the pump with 7.5mm elements, build a custom exhaust manifold and will use one of their hybrid k14 fast spool turbos. Will give 270hp-280hp and 440Nm torque. I will be starting the new 100" chassis first of August, anxious to get started building the new chassis, incorporating a few things I learned building the first one.    I need to update my thread on Buzzweld FB Page. Cheers, Allen
    • Allen, well done in the work so far, looking forward to seeing this with the big Mercedes engine in it( sure that’s what Facebook tells me), just wish I had your enthusiasm, Its certainly a daunting task you’ve taken on, if my truck had been in the same  condition as yours I think I would have just swept it up into a black bag and moved on! It’s just a pity I’ll only ever see this in pictures! 
    • Why is it when you think you’re moving forward life can give you a subtle reminder that it can be messed with and really mess you about,  coming upto Christmas in 2017 things we’re going good then I lost my father very unexpectedly after sorting out that aftermath it really knocked me for six and couldn’t really face the rebuild I left it on the back burner till I felt better, in the spring I got the chassis fully stripped and sent it off for media blasting,  at the same time it was time to get ready for a charity banger drive from Edinburgh to Rome with my £460 jaguar AWD xtype so of course it took priority and after doing the charity drive me and my friend and I managed to raise about £4500 for the brain tumour trust, the bad bit about all this was in the middle of it I lost my father in-law unexpectedly, it just doesn’t make me feel like rebuilding things if I’m honest, however I get my chassis back this week fully blasted and coated in 2k armour ready to be filled with cavity paint and war then fully sprayed with war on the outside when I reattach the axles and new suspension! hopefully I can keep my self going and when I finally get my chassis back I can upload some freshly painted photos, it’s nice to see others that are moving forward with there builds and it all helps with the motivation the fear now is will I remember how to put it back together and did I take enough photos? He ho it is what it is and I’m sure I’ll fine what I’m looking for with dr google as my friend...  
    • Yes I certainly do actually! :-) I’ve been posting updates on Buzzweld’s FB page. I’ll post up all the updates here and keep posting updates here now too. Cheers, Allen 
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