60 series landcruiser rebuild

ian.c

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This where my 3rd 60 series lived for 2 years, total rebuild from chassis up, gotta love the 60
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trying to upload more pics tells me that the file is too large, can anyone help me? im new to these smartphones and pretty much new to computers
 
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Wang

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#2
Know how ya feel i suck at the net too. Look like you did a thorough job though. Be good to see the rest when you learn how to drive your phone. :)
 

ian.c

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#3
Lol can drive a 3 ton fully loaded 27 year old cruiser 1000 kays all over fraser island without a problem, but cant drive a little gadget that sits in the palm of me hand, good mate is gonna sit me at his computer next week help me out, got pics of trips to pebbly beach nsw, moreton island, fraser island and condamine gorge, done some tricky little mods during the build ill be able to share as well.
 

ian.c

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#6
Will get to the cape one day, during the build on the 60 I kept reminding myself shell be going to the cape one day, never been further north than sandy cape on fraser, would like to visit places all up the coast in cruise mode, would need at least six weeks I reckon, mabe more
 

ian.c

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ian.c

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this was the first trip after getting her back on the road, nothing like a boys trip to moreton island for a shakedown revealed back springs too soft, shockies too old, starter not earthing properly, and ended up running on 5 due to leaking injector line, was a great long weekend anyway, been back there since with the family, all problems fixed, love moreton.
 

ian.c

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#12
cool 60 Ian, I think you could almost stuff the swag under that roof basket though. That's a massive gap :p. How tall is it can I ask?
Yeah mate its a bit high, ive got rhino legs about 200mm, good for troopys discos or saharas, planning on storing gear underneath, got2×poly pipes to store tent poles, shovel, high lift jack, solar panel, max tracks and rod holder will all fit neatly leaving the top free for other gear, looks a little unusual at the moment, ill post some pics when its all sorted.Ian.C
 

hiluxdriver

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Yeah mate its a bit high, ive got rhino legs about 200mm, good for troopys discos or saharas, planning on storing gear underneath, got2×poly pipes to store tent poles, shovel, high lift jack, solar panel, max tracks and rod holder will all fit neatly leaving the top free for other gear, looks a little unusual at the moment, ill post some pics when its all sorted.Ian.C
Another use for it could be a solar panel that slides out from underneath using fridge slides. I'm really hoping there is a decent gap when I put a rack on the Paj that I can do that.
 

ian.c

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#15
Hi Ian, I've got a stock 60 series & yours looks the part.... well done! What wheels/tyres have you got & what is the snorkel? how do you rate them?
Hi jim, the rims are steel sunrasias 15×8 with 25mm negative offset painted with killrust 4 parts black 1 part silver 1 part penetrol.The tyres are maxis bighorn 33×12.5×15, good tyres on and off road, they do wear fast because of soft compound, have used maxi all terrains 751s and got over 80000 ks, tyres only just touch back inner guards at full articulation 2inch suspension lift is enough to fit these tyres, mine has 3inch plus 2inch body lift, snorkel is a safari one I picked up second hand cheap, moved it further forward than the pattern to leave 20mm gap at the pillar, still get air flow to the quarter glass this way, made sure everything was sealed up including drain hole in bottom of removable box under airbox, happy to help with any questions, don't know everything but im a bit of a 60 series nut had this one pulled down to the chassis and completely restored, could have bought a 100series with what I spent on it, but wanted a brand new 60 series instead.
Ian.C.
 

ian.c

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#17
Thats right, I reckon i could have sold her 10 times over the past 18months to people ive met at servos, how much, not for sale, didn't think so.
 
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