Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

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tuff 75
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Show us your new 70/200 series landcruisers

Unread post by tuff 75 » November 16th, 2008, 3:49 pm

Ok just wondering how many people on here own the new shape landcruisers? so post some pics of ya rig so we can all see!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here is mine.

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Unread post by GU'NIT-Patrol! » November 16th, 2008, 4:17 pm

that arb bar loookss soooo damn sexy...wish I could get mine now!
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Unread post by shane308 » November 16th, 2008, 6:36 pm

tuff75, thats a great lookin truck mate, well done:thumb:

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Unread post by D1cko » November 16th, 2008, 7:18 pm

once i get into the money thats what i WILL be getting.

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Unread post by johnhu » November 17th, 2008, 10:21 am

It'll be intersting to see what others have done.

Here's a few pics of my 70 series.

John

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Unread post by tuff 75 » November 17th, 2008, 4:10 pm

Looks great champ, yes it would be interesting to see how many are out there and whats done to them!!!

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Unread post by D1cko » November 17th, 2008, 6:16 pm

johnhu what mods have you done?

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Unread post by johnhu » November 18th, 2008, 9:26 am

D1cko wrote:johnhu what mods have you done?

Dicko, specs are as follows;

Mechanicals;
- Factory twin difflocks
- 2" OME suspension lift
- Firestone airbags in rear for load levelling
- 255/85R16 BFG MT on factory alloys (basically a 33" to fit a 7" wide rim)

Interior;
- Aftermarket drivers seat
- Autron cruise control
- Outback overhead console
- GME UHF
- Barrett HF
- Motorola sat phone
- Battery monitor for second battery
- Replacement stero headunit with 4" screen for reversing camera
- HP Ipaq running Oziexplorer GPS

Exterior;
- ARB winch bar
- ARB sidesteps and scrub bars
- Warn lowmount winch
- Lightforce 170 lights
- Dual battery system with redarc solenoid
- Alloy "Tradesmans box" on the tray. Box fitted out with;
> 2 spare wheel mounts on the rear
> 40L engel fridge on slide,
> Home made kitchen using plastic drawers in alloy frame
> 55L water tank with 12v pressure pump
> 2 burner gas cooker
> Home made storage drawers (alloy frame, plywood drawers)
> Alloy divider
> Power distrubution / fusebox, inverter, sockets, etc
> Lots of storage space <smile>
> Magiolinna rooftop tent

Thats about what I can remember at the moment.

Here's a few pics of the "box" interior.

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Unread post by D1cko » November 18th, 2008, 5:45 pm

awsome rig mate. very well set up

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My new 76

Unread post by fatz » November 19th, 2008, 6:37 am

My 76. just a couple of pics that i had handy. Now has a 2" lift, arb bar and steps, long range tank and a few other bits and pieces. Lots more to do.
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Unread post by troopmaster » November 19th, 2008, 7:00 am

Some nice rigs there chaps!!:thumb:

I see a handfull of 76's getting around down here....(Adelaide)
But not very many of the new 78's, seems people like the 4 door option moreso.

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Unread post by Hilux_Max » November 19th, 2008, 12:46 pm

just got this pic off the net to contribute-

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Unread post by Loolux » November 19th, 2008, 3:22 pm

Those 70's are 100% drool factor! Do any of you guys have any plans to fit bigger exhausts or management upgrades, eg D-tronic??
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Unread post by johnhu » November 20th, 2008, 9:29 am

Loolux wrote:Those 70's are 100% drool factor! Do any of you guys have any plans to fit bigger exhausts or management upgrades, eg D-tronic??
Yes I do have plans to fit a 3" exhaust and a 'chip'. Just got to wait for the dollars to be saved up and figure out which products suit.

There's a local 4WD mag here in WA called 'Western 4WDer'. The editor of the mag has V8 79 series, fitted a 3" exhaust (taipan I think) and trialed a few different ECU interceptor chip units on it. The steinbaur (spelling??), TUnit and DPChip. I think from memory they all gave similar results, but the steinbaur was too expensive (need 2 units to cater for the 8 cylinders), and the DPChip wasn't as adjustable as the TUnit he stayed with. There was articles with dyno charts, etc spread out over 4 issues or so. Made for interesting reading anyhow.

John

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Unread post by Buckman » November 20th, 2008, 5:23 pm

johnhu,

Good seals on the doors of your canopy, nice and dry.

Nice tourer.

Cheers,

Matt.
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