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    Default What about the condition of this 62??????????

    After selling my BJ, i have purchased this cruiser and believe its a good deal. So would like to share it with you all.

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    FJ 62, 1989 model, original 3F 4000cc petrol engine , 4Fwd transmission, standard vehicle.

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    The body has no paint or spray on any part of the body, 0% rust, the engine nuts bolts never touched/ opened, my mechanic opened the carburettor last week for the first time for cleaning purpose, having the same fan belts being fixed in 1989, all body seals in original condition, original seats, and overall all equipment and related accessories in total original condition. It runs smoothly on 160KM/H. No work required in mechanical/ suspension/ dash board and anywhere.What about the condition of this 62?????????? -31193

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    Default MashaAllah

    She is clean!

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    Default Nice, nice, nice....

    Dear Noman
    You called me on sunday regarding my BJ60 for sale.
    Are you still (or the guy) interested?

    Let me know.

    Zdenek Ripa

    Thnx

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    I told u a friend of mine is interested. He will himself call you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noman8ff View Post

    Isn't she beautiful?????????????

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    MashAllah, she is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HamzahF View Post
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    The plate there says it has a H41, ill see if mine is the same. Brother, could you please tell me where you got your carb done from, id really appreciate that. Thanks and regards.
    u didnt get ur carb done complete form isb?

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    Couldn't get u brother.

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    clean, simple, no no nonsense and reliable 4x4. Only the 70series offered in a few countries still offers such power, reliability and durability these days. those 4x4 fans who have the means/funds to buy one of these vehicles should do so....before the market only offers 4x4 softies with round bubble bodies, and plastic bumpers.

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    There are few more impressive and interesting factors of an FJ 62 (as compared to other cruisers).
    1. In spite of the 6 cylinder engine, it carries only 6 ltr engine oil in it, which one can change after 3000 to 4000 Kms. The other diesel 6 cylinder cruisers carry almost 10 Ltrs of engine oil and you have to change it after every 2000 Kms.
    2. I have kept RKR's with the 3F engines but the gear and differential ratios of an FJ 62 is different than those of the three door petrol RKR's. Their engines produce a lot of noise while moving on more than a speed of even 100 KM/h even with a 5 FWD gear box. But This FJ 62, with a 4 Fwd gear runs on a speed of 120 KM/h on 2900 RPM and on 165 KM/h on 3800 RPM. The engine remains soundless.
    3. The clutch is as soft as compared to that of a mehran. The other 4 cylinder BJ's have it very hard. The 6 cylinders, (2H and 12 HT) are OK.
    So, this was the update, i thought i must share.

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    @salman_m5
    Hi salman bhai, no not quite. Hafiz could not crack those issues, found this old guy in lahore who did magic. No smoke even at the highest revs, no stumble low down while accelerating, problem was with the needle valve and plunger respectively. There is this tiny valve, i dont really know what its called, sits below the plunger assembly, looks like a very small ball bearing, that controls the fuel into the carb when you lift your foot off the gas pedal and prevents overflow due to the down draft. That had gotten stuck with rust and didnt move so the car would puff black smoke when you would tap the throttle a few times. All sorted now, runs like a dream. Apart from this, have a good KE70 sedan at hand thats been in the family since new, needs some love. Want to get in touch with you for help on that and some other issues. Kindly PM your number to me. Regards.
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    Brother do you still have the original rims you got with your cruiser?
    Flat six flattening things out!

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    Mashaallah looking great! Brings back memories from my youth in Malaysia. Father's office had these, the FJ, 88 and 109s, Troopers, 3dr Patrols and the odd 5dr Pajeros. Mud plugging at the plantation in one of these was really good fun!

    I have a little thing to add though, the stickler for detail that I am, I'd have stuck to the original wheels and tires. They add to the character of the car. I would just properly service or at least check all the mechanical bits of the car, like the suspension, brakes, bearings etc. And I would keep the dents and scrapes on the body to add to the character. It shows that the vehicle is not pampered.
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    Brother, you have three observations. Let me explain each one.

    I have decided to keep the scratches as they are because they are not much visible and the paint is still not faded.

    About the rims, these 60's and 62's have come with the original alloy rims as well. Especially the VX limited models are with 15 X 8JJ. By the way, i being a very practical person will change the existing rims also as they are too wide ie 8.5". So although they look beautiful but throw mud on the doors and mirrors. I would prefer something 7" wide. The stock rims were only 5.5" wide.

    And lastly as you have mentioned, after purchasing this cruiser, i checked almost every working part of its mechanical, like, brakes, diff oils, gear oils, fan belts, rubber pipes and their clips, front suspension, leaf springs etc etc. Other wise, over all, since it did not have any extra voices so did not check its bearings. And under the bonut, its like zero meter, no work required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noman8ff View Post
    Brother, you have three observations. Let me explain each one.

    I have decided to keep the scratches as they are because they are not much visible and the paint is still not faded.

    About the rims, these 60's and 62's have come with the original alloy rims as well. Especially the VX limited models are with 15 X 8JJ. By the way, i being a very practical person will change the existing rims also as they are too wide ie 8.5". So although they look beautiful but throw mud on the doors and mirrors. I would prefer something 7" wide. The stock rims were only 5.5" wide.

    And lastly as you have mentioned, after purchasing this cruiser, i checked almost every working part of its mechanical, like, brakes, diff oils, gear oils, fan belts, rubber pipes and their clips, front suspension, leaf springs etc etc. Other wise, over all, since it did not have any extra voices so did not check its bearings. And under the bonut, its like zero meter, no work required.
    I didn't know about the rims. As long as they're the original pieces, or near the original size, it should look good.
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    Lovely
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    Last week, i totally detached the interior (except the dash board), cleaned the carpets, seat covers and re fixed them. To my surprise, the carpets were never removed before and were cleaned for the first time. And, believe me it had zero% rust. And after removing the seat covers, i found out that the condition of its original seats was unbelievable.

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    The seats and in the last pic, the original plastic covers for doors.

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    Noman Bhai... you are lucky to find this master piece.. amazing condition, even door dust wrappers are not removed and it seems that nobody has ever removed door hardcovers..

    Mashallah mean machine.

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    Amazing condition almost unbelievable.
    Life is a chain of moment of enjoyment and Obedience to Allah, not only about survival

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    Lovely find bro honestly the very best I have seen even 90% of 1995 + models are abused.

    Best of luck and if you ever want to sell your ride please call me

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    @Noman.
    Real nice clean interior.
    to check the bearings on these live axle toyota trucks is easy.
    You jack up the front wheels, so that they are in the air.
    you hold them at 12' and 6' clock position with your hands and try to feel for vertical wiggle/movement of the wheel/tire combo. If it moves, then your bearings are loose and need adjustment.
    I have done that multiple times on my Prado, after the axle service. as the new bearings/reces settled after installation.
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    Bravo! Lovely Catch!
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