I was impressed by Julians knowledge, and the suggestions that he made . . . Highly Recommended.  Read More…
Ken Jordan
I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending, without qualification, Julian and Overland Cruisers to anyone needing work done on their Land Cruiser.  Read More…
Peter Jacques
I recommend to anyone doing an overland trip in a Land Cruiser to spend some time in the Overland Cruisers workshop.  Read More…
Neil Lister
Julian is the acknowledged heart-surgeon of LandCruisers for good reason; what he doesn’t know is not worth knowing.  Read More…
Barrie Dunbar
His enthusiasm and knowledge is unrivalled in the UK (or Libya and Morocco as well, BTW). We wish Julian and Overland Cruisers all the very best.  Read More…
Paul Blackburn
I would have no hesitation in recommending Julian to do work on your Landcruiser, I have always found him to be very knowledgeable and friendly.  Read More…
Chas Spencer
I have no hesitation in recommending Julian, his knowledege and his workmanship.  Read More…
Graham Smith
....the greatest resource you can have is a fully charged telephone and Julian Voelcker's phone number  Read More…
Daniel Dungate
A true specialist, I would not hesitate to recommend his services to any Landcruiser owner.  Read More…
Colin Moore
I highly recommend Julian for his knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm in relation to Land Cruisers  Read More…
Barbara Hawksley
With an unmatchable knowledge of Land Cruisers and continued support on the road we couldn’t recommend Overland Cruisers more.  Read More…
Martin McGowan
Julian's knowledge of cruisers is second to none, and I thoroughly recommend him.  Read More…
Andrew Wightman
I thoroughly recommend Julian as someone who is honest, brilliant at what he does and has your interests closest to his heart.  Read More…
David Gittelson
Julian is a master of Landcruisers. He took us from being a couple of novices into knowledgeable mechanics....  Read More…
Charlie & Nina
I have no hesitation in recommending Julian and Overland Cruisers.  Read More…
Richard Kaad
‘Overland Cruisers’ are the ONLY company that we would use for work on our client’s Landcruisers.  Read More…
Matt Richards
We would recommend Julian to help with pre trip arrangements and servicing.  Read More…
Bob and Anne Finch
I have no hesitation in recommending Julian and Overland Cruisers to all LC owners.  Read More…
Piers Finlayson
I drove from my home in Southern Spain up to their workshops in Hereford.....I can definitely say that it was worth the journey.  Read More…
Dave Heppell
We'll be using Julian again and wouldn't hesitate to recommend him others.  Read More…
Paul Driver
.........it was Julian's voice that came through on the forums offering excellent advice.  Read More…
Graham Naismith
Discovering Julian and his knowledge of the Landcruiser is one of those "at last" moments when you finally discover an expert.  Read More…
Damien J. Hill
I am happy to say that I would thoroughly recommend Julian and his work to anyone, and would be happy to be contacted to verify this.  Read More…
Paul Mills

Consumables

As well as a good set of tools you should also carry a number of consumables to cover most eventualities..

1

WD40

Always useful for light lubrication and spraying on seized nuts and bolts.

2

Coppereaze

When re-assembling items on the body and chassis, I always put a blob of coppereaze on the threads to eaze re-assembly and it also helps with dis-assembly in the future.  It can also be useful when you have dry joints on things like battery earth wires.

3

Silicone based Dry Lube

This is invaluable for a wide range of uses from easing squeaky joints, squeaks on internal body panels through to zips on tents.  Aim for the 'Dry Lube' style of spray so that it doesn't attract dust.

4

Spare Fuses

Get an assorted pack of spare blade fuses

5

30amp wire

Get a small roll of 30amp rates wire, it will always come in handy for something

6

Spare Bulbs

In several European contries it is actually a legal requirement to carry a set of spare bulbs, which is why places like Halfords will be able to provide you with a spare bulb pack containing the most common bulbs.

7

Gasket Sealant

Hopefully you won't need it often, but worth getting a small tube of high temperature gasket sealant

8

Exhaust Sealant

It's always worth carrying a small tin of something like Gun Gum exhaust paste as well as one of their exhaust bandage packages for patching any holes.

9

Hand Cleaner

There is nothing worse than oily hands and more often than not washing up liquid won't do so do get a small tub of hand cleaner, preferably some with grit or an abraisive texture to give a thorough clean.  My personal favourite is a product called Manista which you can get in a handy tube.

10

Rubber Gloves

Not necessarily as an alternative to the above, but always useful, get a box of powdered, preferably nitrile based workshop gloves.  I specify nitrile because unlike most other types of gloves they won't dissolve in diesel

11

Blue Workshop Rags

Most Motor Factors sell rolls of blue tissue, a bit like Kitchen roll, but more suited to workshop use.  This is well worth getting and can be used for anything from cleaning up components, wiping off headlights through to mopping up spills.

12

Cable Ties

Buy  pack of assorted length and width cable ties, you will find them invaluable.

13

Tank Tape

Tank or Duct tape stick just about anything and is really handy for patches to tents, and generally holding your car together.

14

Electrical Tape

A decent sized roll of electrical tape is always handy if you have to do any emergency electrical repairs on route.