Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

KMM4x4
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Re: Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

Unread post by KMM4x4 » November 20th, 2015, 7:12 pm

Great car! It is a pity that such any more do not produce. In Russia, those who went on this car don't want it to change to a new UAZ Patriot.

kyzooper
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Re: Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

Unread post by kyzooper » November 24th, 2015, 6:43 am

My new Cruiser
1997 40th Anniversary
1HDFT 230,000kms
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92 HDJ80 Gturbo safari FMI 2" lift ICON 2.5 piggyback shocks, 3"XFORCE exhaust. GONE
97 HDJ80 40th Anniversary.

Good, Better, Best.
Never let it Rest
Til your good is better,
And your better, Best!

foz_xtc
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Re: Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

Unread post by foz_xtc » December 5th, 2015, 6:32 pm

Here's my MY92 1HDT. 250xxxkms
Standard engine/turbo
Dobson's lift
ARB front bar
Ironman winch
35 inch yokohama muddies
15 inch steel wheels
Safari snorkle
3 inch turbo back
Intensity LED spotties
Narva light bar
ARB roofrack
Awning

Pick it up Monday :)

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opindown
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Re: Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

Unread post by opindown » January 13th, 2016, 2:00 pm

This is my Injected 5.0l V8 Engineered 80 series.
I purchased this thinking it only needed a couple of small things. HOW WRONG WAS I!
I had it on the road for 1 month before it was taken off to replace a throw out bearing that was howling like a banshee, And that was after the front drivers side cv exploded about 15kms from home.
After 3 months off the road. The Cruiser is finally back up and running.
It came off the road for a noisy thrust bearing. BUT turned into:
New Thrust Bearing
New Spigot Bearing
New Ring Gear
Machined Fly Wheel
New Heavy Duty Clutch
Part Time 4x4 Kit
New Drive Shafts
New Fuel Lines From Front To Rear
New Fuel Filter
New Fuel Pump
New Heater Hoses
New Heater Tap
New Radiator Lines
New Thermos
New Batteries
New Dual Battery Kit
New Water Pump
New Radius Arm Bushes
New Tappet Cover Gaskets
Electric Window Main Switch
New Heater Core
New Drag Link
New Swivel Hub Kit
New Wheel Bearings
New Heavy-Duty Tie Rod Ends
New Breathers (Diffs, Gbox, T-Case)
Exhaust redone from the cat back
got the CDL working (after stripping it down and rebuilding it) - cheaper then getting a new one
New Air Intake (Last One Was Dodgy And Shitty - Thanks To The Previous Owner)
New Roof Top Tent
New Light Bars
30mm Coil Spacers In The Front To Level It Out A Bit
New Thermostat
Superior Engineering Superflex Radius Arms – Part No. JL0802134RE

Coming Soon
Roof Rack
Modded Front Bar
Brush Bars
Rock Sliders
Rear Bar
Draws
roof console
new centre console with fridge
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TurtleSlow
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Re: Show us your 80 Series - pics please!?

Unread post by TurtleSlow » September 21st, 2017, 4:11 pm

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Not much to look at really, but it's just about done... Custom suspension with HD arms front and back, custom rear bar, custom cargo area including removed middle row of seats. 1HDT fitted (with fancy turbo), dual batteries with wiring for extra power in front, middle and back. Lockers front and rear (rebuilt diffs with solid spacers), diff guard, gearbox/transfer bash plate, CB in overhead console, uprated stereo, HID driving and cornering lights, cruise control, 33" MTZ's, boost and EGT guages, custom slider steps, custom endless air setup, rear tailgate storage, X9 winch with rope and fluffy seat covers...

Cheers
Muz

Well, Just about done, my arse. Here it is now. Engineered with a ute chop, 35's, suspension and GVM upgrade.

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Cheers,
Muz.

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