Show us your 200!

Hamo80
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by Hamo80 » October 25th, 2010, 3:25 pm

Just getting built up now.

Suspension and Tires and rack - Next month

Then she'll be right for a while
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cruiser_dude
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by cruiser_dude » November 17th, 2010, 7:37 pm

Here are a few of my 60th Anniversary Cruiser.
Cheers.
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A few from my Cape York trip...


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Toyota Family
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by Toyota Family » November 24th, 2010, 4:08 pm

Hey Guys, just wanted to know if anyone has fitted a GME TX3340 UHF to there 200 and if so any chance of posting some pics of where it is all mounted. I will post pics of mine shortly.

Blue one
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by Blue one » November 24th, 2010, 7:11 pm

What did you do to upgrade the GVM?

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by pmturnbull » November 25th, 2010, 8:36 pm

here is one that would be awesome

this is where it is for sale poa on the price
http://www.creativeconversions.com.au/for%20sale.html
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by olly » January 11th, 2011, 5:25 pm

cruiser_dude wrote:Here are a few of my 60th Anniversary Cruiser.
Cheers.
cruza1.jpg
cruza2.jpg
cruza3.jpg
Nice rig mate. I'm in the process of changing over from a GU patrol to a new GXL the problem is that I have to start all over again, extras wise...Let the fun begin

Olly

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by craigww2 » January 12th, 2011, 1:37 pm

Olly,

Welcome to the real side as its never dark driving a Cruiser :D

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by cruiser_dude » January 20th, 2011, 6:41 pm

olly wrote:
Nice rig mate. I'm in the process of changing over from a GU patrol to a new GXL the problem is that I have to start all over again, extras wise...Let the fun begin

Olly
Thanks Olly, I have had a 40 series cruiser, GQ and a GU Patrol too, great fourbies but my GU was lacking power for towing it was the 2.8 turbo. I then got a petrol 105 series cruiser and it's been an awesome truck but none compare to the 200 for all round driving performance. I have the 2 cruisers now :D
All the best mate.

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by Red04VXE » January 23rd, 2011, 1:02 pm

The Oldies got a Rhino Foxwing For Xmas. Fitted up easy as. Going to add the 3rd mount to the middle bar though to stop a bit of flexing on corrugated/rough roads. Fitted my Rhino Half
Basket and bag for the trip. The basket only just fits on the front rear bars length wise. Image
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New Toy, 1982 HJ60 2H 4spd 33's soon to have F&R LockRights and LongFields.

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by olly » January 24th, 2011, 7:54 pm

cruiser_dude wrote:
olly wrote:
Nice rig mate. I'm in the process of changing over from a GU patrol to a new GXL the problem is that I have to start all over again, extras wise...Let the fun begin

Olly
Thanks Olly, I have had a 40 series cruiser, GQ and a GU Patrol too, great fourbies but my GU was lacking power for towing it was the 2.8 turbo. I then got a petrol 105 series cruiser and it's been an awesome truck but none compare to the 200 for all round driving performance. I have the 2 cruisers now :D
All the best mate.
Yeah I know what you mean. The GU is well set up and will go anywhere I point it but if I want to tow anything heavier than my campertrailer it's a struggle :cry: . I had a 40th Ann 80 series GXL before the GU so it's not really foreign territory to get back into a cruiser. Oh I've had word the new rig should be here by the 16th Feb........Woohoo :thumb:

Cheers
Olly

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by Hamo80 » January 31st, 2011, 3:39 pm

Now almost finished, Perhaps a rear bar as the demise of the original has begun. and perhaps lockers but for now the TC is doing its job
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by NQCruiser » February 7th, 2011, 7:56 am

Loving that colour scheme Hamo80, I'm just not sure I'm sold on the TJM bar though - there's just something about those uprights in the middle, it might just be the angle the picture is taken on though.

Great to see it getting used properly though!!!

ballsbygm
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by ballsbygm » March 20th, 2011, 7:23 am

Here is my 200 running on 35's. Just finished my Aussie "Arctic Truck" Mod! Flares and Wheels from Iceland (Fjallasport and Arctic Truck) :D

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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by bubble o bill » March 21st, 2011, 3:18 pm

More information please.
Was it hard to get the bits from iceland?
Are you running 35's with no lift?
What state are you in, is it legally registered?
Do you have any installation pics?
Did you change diff ratios?

ballsbygm
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Re: Show us your 200!

Unread post by ballsbygm » March 21st, 2011, 4:28 pm

Build info and more answers here.

http://www.lcool.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=15241

Fjallasport supplied Flares/Wheels, easy to deal with, good price, bit of a wait on shipping. Details below.

Reynir is the CEO (nice guy and good English)
Reynir Jónsson
+354-618-4444
reynir@fjallasport.is
www.fjallasport.is

Any questions you have after these details, let me know.

Cheers
Steve

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