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    CV boots LN106 Hilux SR5

    These things are often splitting on my rig. Last service another needs replacing @ about $250. I think this is about the 4th during the 150,000kms I've owned the old girl. Is that normal? Anything you can do to make them last longer? cheers
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    Slippery Hill - nearly ended in tears

    We were coming out of a place we've stayed at numerous times before on a dirt road after rain on the weekend, not even a rough 4WD track . NPWS have done the road up, it's the best I've seen it in 25yrs so figured I'd not need 4WD in the old Hilux to get out - wrong! There were sections of...
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    LN106 Dual Cab '93 SR5 Tonneau

    I need a new tonneau for the old girl. Have contacted a few online Aussie sellers who sell them for less than $200 but when I tell them the details (clips on behind rear window, my Hilux has a rollbar not a sportsbar) they say they don't have one that fits. Have contacted some local auto...
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    What is this squeal?

    The ole '93 Hilux started making this sound intermittently lately. Any ideas? Hoping it is just a fan belt or something slipping? cheers
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    Merc spontaneously combusts, Dorrigo Mtn

    Not sure if this Merc was a 4WD or not, couldn't tell? After waiting 2hrs & the firies saying it would be another 4hrs while they dealt with burnt trees, we went to Coffs the long way via Megan & Coramba.....which was a dust nightmare. The firebombing choppers are impressive - each one able to...
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    Tritons, diesel - what do I need to know?

    Thinking of upgrading the old 93 Hilux, can't afford a new/newish one. My brother has a 2012 diesel Triton which he abuses mercilessly but it seems to hang in there and they are not too expensive. I'm a fishing guide, so go offroad a lot, but nothing too extreme. I need something better...
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    Priming a 93 diesel Hilux

    This morning the old girl would not start. It had been sitting for 2 weeks since a big weekend of use. Would crank over fine but not fire. Checked everywhere for loose wires/fuel lines, rang NRMA & waited 2hrs. Started thinking it was a fuel problem, got on Dr Google, discovered there is a...
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    Greetings, LN107 owner

    Found this website when looking for info on ARB diff lockers, and found that famous & most informative thread. Not sure I actually need a diff locker on the old 93 Hilux SR5 (LN107R), since as a fly-fishing guide I don't go into really radical places, and the one time the BT50 behind me needed...
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