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    Gas Turbine enthusiast da9jeff's Avatar
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    Watched an old ep of Your4x4 on YouTube last night, they did a run through the Vic high country. There was a 200 in the convoy with all the shit bolted on, but seemingly no lockers. Looked like it had twin open diffs going up a steep rocky track. The bloke had his poor wife track building the whole way up lol.

    Was surprised at the lack of traction control or lockers in the 200, that or he wasn't using them properly.

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    Whoa, didnt know that, just sent it to my friend
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    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
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    Bought a Titan Drawer system. For $440 delivered, its a no brainer. Some drawers are $2500! The only negatives I think are sharp edges on the metal fram (I just buzzed them back with a sanding block) and its heavy, about 80kg

    Titan Drawers-0969 by Shane, on Flickr

    Unboxed:
    Titan Drawers-0970 by Shane, on Flickr

    Used two bolts for the tie down points toward the front of the car, and 2 right at the rear.
    Titan Drawers-0971 by Shane, on Flickr

    Remove the non fridge slide sides top
    Titan Drawers-0974 by Shane, on Flickr

    And remove the drawers
    Titan Drawers-0973 by Shane, on Flickr

    Mount the frame in the car, and thats where I figured what points to use, pretty easy
    Titan Drawers-0972 by Shane, on Flickr

    Side wings fitted, i had to trim one side due to the water tank i have in the side panels buldging out.
    Titan Drawers-0976 by Shane, on Flickr

    Fit the top back on
    Titan Drawers-0978 by Shane, on Flickr

    And finished!
    Titan Drawers-0979 by Shane, on Flickr
    Titan Drawers-0980 by Shane, on Flickr

    One thing I was worried about was the child anchors, but there is just enough room, and height, and using an extension strap, it works!
    Titan Drawers-0975 by Shane, on Flickr

    Also invested in a decent (for the price about $150) dash cam. Viofo A119S
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    Nice, just make sure you get a cargo barrier asap. Makes the back pretty useless for carrying things without one.

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    Really? Problem is, i wont be able to cart stuff thats long, like exhausts etc...

    I actually have a problem with the beast atm....its suddenly idling at 1100rpm.

    Do any of you know what I can check? Like Vacume lines etc? I have had a quick look, everything seems to be intact..
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    Just get some roof rails or a trailer. Unless you prefer to have ya head knocked off from flying luggage in a crash...

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    Is the rubber thing on the end of the throttle cable jamming it slightly on? Or the a/c idle up on the side of the pump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by da9jeff View Post
    Just get some roof rails or a trailer. Unless you prefer to have ya head knocked off from flying luggage in a crash...

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    Expensive, but i just bought the Rhino Rack Pioneer

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil. View Post
    Is the rubber thing on the end of the throttle cable jamming it slightly on? Or the a/c idle up on the side of the pump?
    I will check that today, thanks man.
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    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
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    Spent the day fitting front, rear, side bars (IronMan) and Safari Snorkel on a mates MQ Triton. In the off time, I squeezed in replacing the rocker cover gasket on the 80 as it was leaky. The gasket seemed fine when I took it off tho..
    Cooler pipe had to come off
    20170603_123924 by Shane, on Flickr

    All was going pretty easy, until this last bolt..what a mofo!!!
    20170603_123917 by Shane, on Flickr
    440k kms, and its squeeky clean
    20170603_125045 by Shane, on Flickr

    Also, got the tints done, 20% driver/passenger, the rest 5% woo
    20170603_102801-01 by Shane, on Flickr
    20170601_225911-01 by Shane, on Flickr
    20170601_225846-01 by Shane, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
    A80 Supra
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    Fitted the Rhino Rack Pioneer platform a few weeks ago...now I gotta just sort out fittings for high lift jack, shovel and Max tracks for that complete ricer look :P
    Very happy with the rack, no noise at all at 110km...
    Hit Menai yesterday for a quick run, and as usual it just cruised up and down everything. No need for lockers..BUT that high idle is making it really shit for off roading...
    Menai2017-1191 by Shane, on Flickr
    Menai2017-1186 by Shane, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
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    Very ri....nice

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    What size platform is that? Do they sit on top of the bars or do the feet mount direct to the platform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by da9jeff View Post
    Very ri....nice

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    Thanks!

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    What size platform is that? Do they sit on top of the bars or do the feet mount direct to the platform?
    Its 2128mm x 1426mm.

    The feet mount directly to the platform
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    Cheers, width looks like it should work for me, although I'll probably go the longer one since it'll be going on a van.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irsa76 View Post
    Cheers, width looks like it should work for me, although I'll probably go the longer one since it'll be going on a van.
    Yeah they come longer too I think!

    Its very good quality and no road noise! The Single bars I ran were louder.
    20170805_152040 by Shane, on Flickr
    20170805_152050(0) by Shane, on Flickr

    Heading to the Snow this week, so an excuse to get some more gear!

    Got a new Recovery Kit and High Lift Jack!
    20170724_170110 by Shane, on Flickr
    20170724_170103 by Shane, on Flickr


    Got the High Lift/Shover holder kit!
    20170805_152210 by Shane, on Flickr
    20170805_152427 by Shane, on Flickr
    Just need to buy a shovel!
    2017-08-06_09-53-33 by Shane, on Flickr
    Probably the last time she will fit in the Garage
    Garage-1197 by Shane, on Flickr
    Hard wired the Dash Cam, does the job for an Ebay Cheapie!
    20170729_163149 by Shane, on Flickr

    Used the winch to help the old man pulle out some fencing yesterday too!
    Last edited by MR-PUNANNY; 07-08-17 at 05:38 PM.
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    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
    A80 Supra
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    Just got back from a weekend at the snow. The 80 did its job as usual. Wasnt as good on fuel as usual and seems to be blowing a bit of black smoke on accelration. about 800km on both tanks she did. She will happily sit on 110km on cruise the whole time, even u p hill hardly having to down shift. I love driving this thing!
    Pitt Stop @ Lake George
    Snows-1216 by Shane, on Flickr
    Snows-1218 by Shane, on Flickr
    Arrived at my cousins house in Crackenback Resort. If anyone needs a place to stay, it just finished getting built last month, 10 mins from Thredbo, hit me up!
    Snows-1335 by Shane, on Flickr
    The journey home, Alpine Way.
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    Snows-1365 by Shane, on Flickr
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    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    Been running without mudflaps for a bit as it use to always bottom out, but saw a neat 80 in Japan with the stock flaps trimmed, quickly got the dremel out and did the trim
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    Mud Flaps-1477 by Shane, on Flickr
    Mud Flaps-1475 by Shane, on Flickr
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    Just completed the flare, much neater and will still catch some dirt too!
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    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    Hit Lake Lyall/Marrangaroo & Mt Walker for a some offroading and night camping on Sat. Some good easy tracks and scenery, plenty of wildlife too.
    Lakye Lyall from the top
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    3 usual, the 100 v8 (My Team Leader) and the Trition (My Boss). Good to have a good relationship to my superiors haha
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    Lake Lyall-1498 by Shane, on Flickr

    You'll notice I chucked the spare on the roof for some peace of mind till i sort out my Wheel Carrier, wasnt too hard to throw up there to be honest
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    Lake Lyall-1507 by Shane, on Flickr
    Lake Lyall-1517 by Shane, on Flickr
    Cox River crossing
    Lake Lyall-1548 by Shane, on Flickr

    Awesome little spot for some lunch
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    This is basically where we set up camp, was sub -2 during the night
    Lake Lyall-1551 by Shane, on Flickr
    Lake Lyall-1557 by Shane, on Flickr
    Fire was essential, any tips on what teh best wood is for fire? we can not seem to ever have a good steady fire
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    Lake Lyall-1561 by Shane, on Flickr

    Some Flex shots
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    Lake Lyall-1569 by Shane, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
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    just ordered a winch bracket to hide a winch behind my OEM bar, I blame you for it... mine was just going to be a tow rig...

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    Best Wood for a camp fire....

    River Red Gum..
    Make sure it's heavy / dense and it will burn for hours and give you lots of good quality coals for cooking too if needed...
    Whilst a lot of flame looks great and will provide a heap of warmth quickly - it won't last long, so get something dense and it will just slowly burn and provide hours of warmth...

    If worst comes to worst - Buy a couple of bags and take it with you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRD-MX62 View Post
    just ordered a winch bracket to hide a winch behind my OEM bar, I blame you for it... mine was just going to be a tow rig...
    hahaha sorry dude! Tyres lift and exhaust! Just do it!
    Quote Originally Posted by Southo View Post
    Best Wood for a camp fire....

    River Red Gum..
    Make sure it's heavy / dense and it will burn for hours and give you lots of good quality coals for cooking too if needed...
    Whilst a lot of flame looks great and will provide a heap of warmth quickly - it won't last long, so get something dense and it will just slowly burn and provide hours of warmth...

    If worst comes to worst - Buy a couple of bags and take it with you..
    Awesome, thanks man. We did buy a bag of wood, but it didnt last long.
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    you dont want a bag of split wood if you want it to burn a long time, you need un-split big as you dare logs, split stuff is great to get it going and get some cooking coals..

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    Simple but effective mod! To replace that useless Cubby Hole. Genuine Toyota Cup holder!

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    cup holder-1601 by Shane, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
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    Finally fitted the JDM Wheel carrier today!
    Parts needed:
    The wheel Carrier - 51903-60082
    Wheel Stopper - 51905-60010
    Striker - 51099-60011
    Number plate re-locator - 76801-60010 (Not pictured or installed, I forgot it! LoL)
    Bracing for D Pillar - 51909-60010
    Wheel Carrier-1826 by Shane, on Flickr

    The two braces you can fit by removing the right hand tail light and the trims inside
    Wheel Carrier-1828 by Shane, on Flickr
    The Blue thing is my 25L water bladder
    Wheel Carrier-1840 by Shane, on Flickr

    Mocked the carrier on to mark out the holes:
    Wheel Carrier-1835 by Shane, on Flickr
    Wheel Carrier-1836 by Shane, on Flickr

    Bottom Brace is easy enough to get in
    Wheel Carrier-1838 by Shane, on Flickr

    The top however was a PIA, and what we did was trim it a bit for it to slide into place.
    This is as far it would go, before trimming it
    Wheel Carrier-1839 by Shane, on Flickr
    This is what we trimmed off
    Wheel Carrier-1844 by Shane, on Flickr

    Once the two braces were in, they lined up perfectly to the holes we made, bolted the carrier up and even before welding was very study!
    Wheel Carrier-1837 by Shane, on Flickr

    Tightened everything up and then welded the brackets, bottom was easy..
    Wheel Carrier-1855 by Shane, on Flickr

    Top was a little tricky but all good in the end!
    Wheel Carrier-1856 by Shane, on Flickr

    Mounted the striker on the lower tailgate. The JDM model has bracing here, but I didnt add any, im hoping it will be ok.
    Wheel Carrier-1841 by Shane, on Flickr

    Then the Cushion to the upper tail gate.
    Wheel Carrier-1866 by Shane, on Flickr

    And thats it! Very happy with the outcome, about 2 hours it took. Im 110kg and with the 35" on I can also hang off the carrier and it had no drams!
    Wheel Carrier-1858 by Shane, on Flickr

    Wheel Carrier-1860 by Shane, on Flickr
    Wheel Carrier-1863 by Shane, on Flickr
    Wheel Carrier-1865 by Shane, on Flickr

    The top bracket fools me that there is a car behind me tho, so will have to get use to that lol
    Wheel Carrier-1871 by Shane, on Flickr
    Last edited by MR-PUNANNY; 07-10-17 at 11:40 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
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    Just added these Recaro LX, what an improvement!
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    The colour matches almost perfectly with the OEM seat
    Recaros-1983 by Shane, on Flickr

    Recaros-1984 by Shane, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR-PUNANNY View Post
    Just added these Recaro LX, what an improvement!
    Recaro's were the very first mod I did to my 80. First I put in a really good pair where the side bolsters were nice and firm. And then I promptly knackered myself getting out of the car. Those seats came out and I installed an older pair where the bolster was squished pretty flat - better than squished balls.
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    How are the ebay spotties going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron_hogan View Post
    Recaro's were the very first mod I did to my 80. First I put in a really good pair where the side bolsters were nice and firm. And then I promptly knackered myself getting out of the car. Those seats came out and I installed an older pair where the bolster was squished pretty flat - better than squished balls.
    You can buy "commercial" bases that are designed with the outer bolsters are much lower and easier for getting in and out etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron_hogan View Post
    Recaro's were the very first mod I did to my 80. First I put in a really good pair where the side bolsters were nice and firm. And then I promptly knackered myself getting out of the car. Those seats came out and I installed an older pair where the bolster was squished pretty flat - better than squished balls.
    Yeah put them in my old 80, cant beat them! They sit realllly high tho!


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    How are the ebay spotties going?
    Awesome man, still working lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Southo View Post
    You can buy "commercial" bases that are designed with the outer bolsters are much lower and easier for getting in and out etc...
    Good to know!

    Just an update, I installed the offset number plate yesterday. Pretty simple install. The plug for the numbe rplates lights are the same, but I also had to relocate my Reverse Camera.
    Before:
    20171021_142347 by Shane, on Flickr
    20171021_142353 by Shane, on Flickr
    This badge has to go
    20171021_142533 by Shane, on Flickr
    That glue is a PIA
    20171022_112739 by Shane, on Flickr
    Tailgate Trim comes off and the left and middle access point covers removed
    20171022_112746 by Shane, on Flickr
    Put the camera to the left of the unit
    20171022_124711 by Shane, on Flickr
    Cabling for the Lights and camera
    20171022_124711 by Shane, on Flickr
    Done!
    20171022_130748 by Shane, on Flickr
    Reverse Camera position was perfect and it was just a guess too!!
    20171022_130935 by Shane, on Flickr
    Quote Originally Posted by The Property Guru
    don't haemophrodites generally have tiny wangs?
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    No, that's asians
    A80 Supra
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