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- Fri Jun 12, 2015 6:29 pm
- Forum: Planning a trip?
- Topic: SI Winter trip July 17 2015
- Replies: 98
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Id be keen on having alook at smiths clearing, myself and afew others will be heading over on the Thursday and basing ourselves in Westport. We were looking at doing tailings, denniston and maybe having alook around seddonville if time allows.
Its a wicked track alright pete, We race there twice a year. The national atv mx champs are always held there. You should try get out to the new amberly track at some stage also its a brand new track even better than the backflips track.
- Wed Feb 11, 2015 4:35 pm
- Forum: Toyota
- Topic: Query on Fj40 free floating axles
- Replies: 13
- Views: 954
His brackets only fit a fully floater but that doesn't mean you cant get brackets for semi floater also. Plenty of disc conversions have been fitted to semi floaters using similar parts.
The rotor that goes with that early backing plate is a 13mm solid rotor and they came out 79-88 hilux then changed to the later 20mm vented rotor after 88. Both calipers look similar but the gap were the rotor sits is different. Have you got solid rotors? Yea they were drums on the back but can be c...
They are 80-84 FJ40 housings, fully floater in the rear use to have handbrake on the diff but has been removed. Front diff has been converted to disc brakes using early hilux gear. You can tell by the brake hose and backing plate setup. But the diff heads are out of a later model cruiser. The rear h...
Kampfer wrote:I've got a late modal Fj40 wiper sitting around. Is there much difference between them?
The later model ones are no were near the same as the early ones.
- Tue Aug 19, 2014 8:29 pm
- Forum: 4WD Parts
- Topic: Trademe auctions (interesting TM auctions)
- Replies: 1523
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Awesome 40 series troopy
Not a factory troopy this is a converted FJ45, these were built for the NZ foresty with that body on them. They look quite different to a troopy but still that's a nice looking truck.
There are different thickness thrust bearings and carriers for them, also different pressure plates. I wouldn't think it would be a master or slave cylinder issue if you can see the slave rod moving its normal amount of travel.
- Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:43 pm
- Forum: Planning a trip?
- Topic: Westport Winter 2014
- Replies: 130
- Views: 11476
muddyplumber wrote:1. StillUnbroken. Barnesy. 6-10/08/14
2. Smurf, Can't do mid week but 9,10,11 Aug
3. ChurchurDan, 9-10 Aug
4. Drive It. 9th & 10th.
5. Muddyplumber, 8th afternoon 9th & 10th and 2 other fellas
6.CCS, will go over on Friday after work and home sunday night. I have a little chainsaw