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    Default TLC 60 Series

    This thread is dedicated to the mammoth TLC 60 Series and is merely an effort to cherish and share a collection of information and pictorials gathered from here and there.

    Owners of 60 series are encouraged to share pictures and specs of their rides.

    Experts are welcome to share their ideas and views about possible and practical mods pertaining to anything and everything like exterior, interior, mechanical...

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    The 60 series was introduced in 1980. While still retaining the rugged off-road characteristics of previous Land Cruisers, the 60 was designed to better compete in the emerging sport utility vehicle market. The 60 was given a variety of comforts like air conditioning, a rear heater and an upgraded interior. The FJ60's "2F" petrol engine was left unchanged from the "40" series while six-cylinder 4.0 litre 2H and four-cylinder 3.4 litre 3B diesel engines were added to the product line.

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    3.4 L I4 13B-T diesel turbo
    4.2 L I6 2F petrol
    4.0 L I6 3F petrol
    4.0 L I6 2H diesel
    4.0 L I6 12H-T diesel turbo
    4.2 L I6 1HZ diesel
    4.2 L I6 1HD-T diesel turbo<o:p></o:p>





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    4-speed automatic A440F
    5-speed manual H55F (non-US)<o:p></o:p>





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    Quote Originally Posted by machine View Post
    @KW - Nice pics bro, Hope it was not stuck
    O it definitely was...thats what I'm good at..
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    Quote Originally Posted by noman8ff View Post
    Brother there is no vehicle as BJ62. BJ's are only 60 or 61. HJ's are 60 and 61. And FJ's are 60 and 62.
    correct sir, actually its a diesel converted FJ62..and hence the desi derivative BJ62..
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    @KWB25

    Bro this thread has potential. Keep it alive!

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    The beast is taking blood shower - have replaced all four pins of doors, paint was being faded from engine hood so thought to paint it, which eventually turned into a complete shower from outside. Now thinking to get both bumpers fabricated like ARB...

    TLC 60 Series -1023413

    TLC 60 Series -1023414

    TLC 60 Series -1023415
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    @ machine
    A few options...
    TLC 60 Series -194141 TLC 60 Series -194142 TLC 60 Series -194143 TLC 60 Series -194144
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    Default ARB bullbar.

    love the last one you have suggested, however it seems that its difficult to fabricate a ditto copy ... thinking about this one too, which is comparatively easy to copy.TLC 60 Series -1023430

    Do you have any option of rear bumper??
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    TLC 60 Series -194253 TLC 60 Series -194254 TLC 60 Series -194255 TLC 60 Series -194256 TLC 60 Series -194257

    Nice way to mount the spare wheel as it's weight sits on the bumper and not on the precious body of the cruiser..
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    cool.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by KWB25 View Post
    like the ditch - Good speed
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    Default New stickers

    Have installed new stickers - What do you say guys? wasnt going good without stickers.TLC 60 Series -1023560
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    @machine Looks good though, how about if you take the upper half off like in the pic below:

    TLC 60 Series -200929

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    @lyc - looks good but i like the rocks as it gives a diff look to the monster.
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    @machine..nice; is it vinyl or some other material..
    ..am working on something similar..will share by the end of the week inshallah...
    any update on the custom bumpers..
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    Quote Originally Posted by KWB25 View Post
    awesome!
    aaaalllaaaaaaaa

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    @KW - its replica of original TLC 96 stickers - not custom made as its available in market, however i have not seen it anywhere else - just found it on a body shop. its made of conventional car stickers material.

    As far as the bumpers are concerned, have tried to fabricate it but the dentor couldnt get the required finishing so getting along with the existing ones for a while.

    Also fabricating the snorkel as well, will share in next week.
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    TLC 60 Series -1023593

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    TLC 60 Series -1023596

    TLC 60 Series -1023597
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    I think ur machine is craving to stretch it legs on some exciting terrain! best of luck..

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