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Melbourne, custom tray builder's?

Posted: May 7th, 2014, 8:32 pm
by XROSSLuX
hey,

i am looking for a custom tray builder to make me a tray for my ln106 single cab hilux if you know of a good person or company let me know

Re: Melbourne, custom tray builder's?

Posted: May 7th, 2014, 8:38 pm
by mydmax
In Bendigo, there is Bute Trays, they make a large variety of trays to suit popular vehicles.
They would be worth a check and see if what they offer suits or is easily made to order for you.

BUTE TRAYS & ACCESSORIES
19 - 21 Allen St Epsom 03 54488285

Recommended Body Lift Mechanics in QLD

Posted: May 11th, 2014, 10:11 pm
by FredFrothen
Can anyone recommend a mob that do decent body lift services?
I'm not after it mod plated, just installed. Where they do a thorough job ie extending brake lines, handbrake cable, radiator shroud, gear selecter, steering all of that stuff

And if anyone has had it done a rough price?

Thanks

Mechanic suggestions in Brisbane

Posted: May 15th, 2014, 6:55 am
by 12HT 61
Hi there Guys and Girls,

I am having some clutch dramas in the old girl and was wondering if there are any suggestions of where to take it?

It is still drive able (just) and am wanting to get it fixed before it becomes a tow truck case. I would have a crack myself but just don't have the equipment to be dealing with the weight and size of the gearbox/transfer case.

I am on the north side in Brisbane although any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks

Re: Melbourne, custom tray builder's?

Posted: May 17th, 2014, 1:48 am
by Oigle
Hello XROSSLux
Try this company. They are a Triple M distributor and they also do custom work.
Smart Fleet
Factory 2/25 Lentini St
Hoppers Crossing
Ph 03 83609805
sales@smartfleet.com.au
www.smartfleet.com.au
Cheers
Oigle

Re: Recommend anyone in Western Melb for custom fabrications

Posted: May 18th, 2014, 11:05 am
by shambles
jacnden
http://www.raslarr.com.au/ out east, my sliders and brush bars made by them pretty happy

Know a mechanic in Syd for NSW Blue Slip?

Posted: August 8th, 2014, 7:24 pm
by muffins
I'm looking at buying a 4wd from interstate that has some light modifications and will need a blue slip to have it registered back here in NSW. Does anyone know a mechanic in Sydney who would help me out to get the blue slip, even with some mods? I'm in North Sydney but willing to travel! Reply or PM me! Thanks!

Re: Know a mechanic in Syd for NSW Blue Slip?

Posted: August 9th, 2014, 9:51 pm
by typhoeus
Hi Muffins,
this site will help you.
http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/index ... ation.form

put in your postcode and you will get a list of authorised inspection stations nearby

Re: any good 4wd mechanics/diesel mechanics in melbourne?

Posted: August 12th, 2014, 4:49 am
by SamT78
Hey there people, I'd like to revisit this topic after 3 years. I'm in need of a mechanic in Melbourne's SE suburbs (or anywhere if I have to travel further). I live in Frankston but can travel. I recently bought a 1984 Landcruiser HJ60 repaired a small amount of rust and resprayed it. Now it's time for a roadworthy certificate so I can actually drive the thing! I need a mechanic that can do RWC inspection. I'd like a mechanic that knows diesels, knows 4wds, is honest, is reasonably priced and willing to help me get this 4WD registered.

For some reason I feel very anxious about this, as I have put alot of time and effort into my 60, and would be absolutely devastated if it wasn't able to be registered. I'm not asking for a bodgy roadworthy certificate, just somebody who will give me a fair go (I guess it could be my anxiety telling me "they'll never register your car" but it's certainly hurting at the moment)

Re: any good 4wd mechanics/diesel mechanics in melbourne?

Posted: August 12th, 2014, 4:51 am
by SamT78
I've also used Ray at Turbo Engineering (and will be going back there soon), and I used Smithy's Outback with one of my old 4WD's- nice guy, great work!

Northside Wrecker

Posted: August 12th, 2014, 8:46 pm
by scruffy 01
Hi, just wondering if there are any Colorado wreckers preferably northside Brisbane. After a few trim bits at the moment. Thanks, Bob.

NJ 1996 Requires a good mechanic in Perth

Posted: September 10th, 2014, 6:01 pm
by dirtyhilux
Gday All

Im putting the feelers out for a good mechanic in perth that can recondition a rear diff, change a timing belt and water pump... and will fix other things when he finds them rather than ignoring it!

Phill

Re: NJ 1996 Requires a good mechanic in Perth

Posted: September 11th, 2014, 3:09 am
by WD21
Just about any mechanic should be able to do the timing belt and water pump. :confused:

For the rear diff, take it to WA Diff Centre in O'Connor.
Excellent service, and cheaper than other shops as they have all the fiddly bits on hand.

Re: NJ 1996 Requires a good mechanic in Perth

Posted: September 11th, 2014, 10:28 am
by kbad
Agree about the diff http://www.wadiff.com.au as for the mechanic if south of the river Coastal Mobile Mechanics while i haven't used him my neighbour has and swears by him.

mitsubishi or diesel mechanic victoria?

Posted: October 28th, 2014, 6:24 pm
by ShonEPFC
Hei guys, im about to purchase 2006 GLXR 3.2Diesel with 160k on the clock, was thinking of taking it to a mechanic for a quick check before i buy it but i dont know any that specialize in diesels,mitsubishis or...

So does anyone know anyone in S/E melbourne that could check the car, hooking it up on the computer would be perfect, i dont mind paying extra for it just to avoid buying something thats :(...


Also any suggestions with what to look for myself are appriciated.. The car itself looks fine, test drove it and nothing i could notice. Only things are that a friend said there was a bit of white smoke from the exhaust when taking of, and also in the books last service was done 50k ago at 110 000. Guess he did it till the warranty expired and later serviced it somwhere else. Checked the oil its a kind black so guess its been due to service just no idea when was the last one...


thanks