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2016 Isuzu Dmax

Discussion in 'My 4WD' started by Aaron Schubert, May 11, 2018.

  1. Aaron Schubert

    Aaron Schubert Moderator

    Hey guys,

    Here's our 2016 Isuzu Dmax, picked up in September last year as an ex demo, with 31km on the clock. I've smashed out a heap of mods over the last 4 months to get it ready for a big trip away.

    As of now, its running

    - AFN Bull Bar
    - Icom remote mount UHF
    - Stedi ST4K 42 inch light bar
    - Ultra gauge
    - Redarc tow pro elite
    - Bushskinz bash plates
    - Roadsafe diff drop kit
    - Old man Emu GVM upgrade with 600kg rear springs and heavy front ones
    - Runva XP 11 Premium winch
    - Amaron primary battery
    - Bosch 150ah secondary battery
    - Bull motor body canopy
    - 265/75/16" Toyo AT2 tyres on factory 16" alloy rims
    - Custom fridge slide/drawer system
    - Projecta DCDC
    - Custom electrical panel with various cigarette, anderson and USB outlets
    - Factory tow bar
    - 50L water tank
    - 200W fixed solar panel
    - Safari snorkel
    - HPD catch can
    - Fuel manager pre filter

    It's 'finished' in terms of the major work, with some cosmetic tidying up and little improvements to be made here and there. We leave shortly for 3 months of the Pilbara, Kimberley, Northern Territory and Coral coast, towing a camper trailer.

    I'll put some more detailed photos up later

    Aaron
     

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  2. Karl Fehlauer

    Karl Fehlauer Well-Known Member

    Nice - I am thinking of selling my Navara D40 and getting the latest DMax - look forward to seeing more photos.
    Karl
     
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  3. Tink

    Tink Well-Known Member

    Came up a treat Aaron.
    You’ve got some overhang happening there :eek:
    Tink
     
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  4. Aaron Schubert

    Aaron Schubert Moderator

    Thanks. Pretty happy with it so far. They are a solid vehicle.

    Cheers mate. I think its just the photo. The tray is only 1700mm long - most people would fit 1800's these days. Pretty sure the tub was about 1680 or 1730mm, so almost the same as what it was from the factory.

    I've kept it all as light as possible, with the heavy items in front or over the rear axle

    Aaron
     
  5. Spooner

    Spooner Well-Known Member

    Looking Good Mate , Enjoy :)
     
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  6. Aaron Schubert

    Aaron Schubert Moderator

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  7. stevenjj78

    stevenjj78 New Member

    Thanks Aaron. I bought a new 2018 DMax a few months ago and have enjoyed following your blog and seeing where you have been travelling, what you have done to your vehicle and how it is all going, it has been very helpful in planning the build of my vehicle.
     
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  8. Aaron Schubert

    Aaron Schubert Moderator

    Cheers Steven. Glad I could help :)

    Aaron
     
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