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  1. monk2

    Bouncy Hj61 1987

    glad we could help cheers mate
  2. monk2

    Bouncy Hj61 1987

    Dawzy what part of Ozz are you from I'm in Vic about 70 klm north of Melb
  3. monk2

    Bouncy Hj61 1987

    Hi Dawzy you may need a vacum gauge to test how much vacum is at the diafram set up on the transfer case if it got plenty of vacum on both lines then you will need a vac pump to test the diaframe in side of the housing to see if it is oks or has retired it mat need to be replaced not a big job...
  4. monk2

    Bouncy Hj61 1987

    Hi Dawzy on the back of the Alternator you will find the vacum pump which will have a line going to your power booster some where along that line it will have about a 2mil in diameter steel tube this will have vacum there when engine is running push rubber tube back on it and with engine running...
  5. monk2

    Toyota 75 series landcruiser (cab chassis) 1985

    you scrapped the hole project sugar mate what happened, something went wrong or are you now hanging out dippers ?? a lot of work, time, love, sweet and tears went into that project sorry to hear its stopped for you it was truely the ants pants of rigs mate still got me old 62 series had it now...
  6. monk2

    OCAM bullbars

    got one of there bull bars to suit a 100 series ifs came with no instructions but did not take much to work out how to fit nice bar nice finish all welds looked quite good just had to make spacers for the fog light set up, fog lights a little on the cheep side but then again I did not pay the...
  7. monk2

    Winch Warranty's - Who to Support and When to Walk, Warn,Runva,Ironman,Carbon,Tmax etc

    got to be honest many years ago when warn first came out with its 9000XD winch I went and bought one through the company I working for back then and got it tax free it was still up near $2000.00 back then, Now a days why would you pay so much money for a big brand winch and a lot of them sorta...
  8. monk2

    Would you pay $80K for the new Ford Ranger Raptor?

    Wait till next year and check out the new models coming I most certainly would not by at the moment but would advise anybody looking to wait if they can, some of what they are playing with at the present time for new model release is wow factor, good engine suspension etc if you can wait can't...
  9. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    :D:D thanks mate ;)
  10. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    sorry tink not a grammar specialist :D:D:)
  11. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    Can only speak for me but as a retired VACC A grade and registered mechanic love 4x4s worked on them for over 30 years from standard to mods on them, I do not trust other work shops I still do all my own servicing and repairs I find it very hard to justerfi spending $100+ per hour for things I...
  12. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    I think it is ment to be LSD oil as it is a bit thinner than normal 80/90 or I think it is GL4 not GL5 or something like that but it is a little bit lighter than normal gear oil you can use normal gear oil for a topup purpes only not for a full change off
  13. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    oks now one can see the marks in there// interested to see what harrop says something not quite right
  14. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    was just looking at the pinkish marks on it be interesting to see what harrop has to say he userly stands well behind anything he makes this will be a good test I wait to see what he has to say
  15. monk2

    Why would anyone want to fit an ARB air locker?

    Biesel what has it done fried its self or something like that ?? not heard of to many failing but thats not to say that there is not any out there
  16. monk2

    Mines gone mad

    the new ute you got looks quite good you got to be happy with that
  17. monk2

    Is this what we think of cyclists?

    we not on our own then :D
  18. monk2

    New Isuzu Concept Vehicles

    sat one thing they look the goods and going by the add they been rebuilt to suit could be a real fun thing would be nice to drive down the road with 38s and not get picked on by the the boys in blue one of these would be real good fun ;)
  19. monk2

    How do you pick the best line while 4 wheeling? Is there any tips and tricks that will help?

    go out with some one thats experienced watch listen and learn its not something you pickup over night it takes a bit of practices not to sure where you are but the Toyota landcruiser club in Victoria dose have a very good training cores from beginners to advanced along with some good trainers as...
  20. monk2

    Metal Detectors

    thinking of buying a unit and try to make some pocket money and a good reason to get out of the house