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    Default My New Ride - TLC-FJ40

    Alhamdullilah My Upgraded Ride

    Bone Stock FJ40 (Was a bone stock) with 2F powerplant

    Specs:
    Toyota 2F Power Plant 4,250 cc, Toyota 4 Fwd Gear Box, Soft Top


    Upgrades:
    Rancho 9000 Front and Rear Shocks Adjustable,
    6" Shackles Added on Front and Rear Springs,
    CDI Distributor, BF Goodrich Tyres Mud Terrain T/A 35"
    35X12.50R16.5LT
    with ECB Elitemax Rims 2" Spacers with reverse studs
    Aussie Lockers Automatic Differential Locker Front and Rear installed http://www.aussielocker.com/
    Rancho RS5000 Steering Stabilizer
    Fog Lights x2 in front bumper
    6 x 27 watts LED Lights on Wind Screen Mounter Angled Light Bar
    Snorkel, Roll Cage 1.5" Diameter 16 Gauge pipe
    Pipe Doors (extra)
    4 Point Driver Racing Seat Belt
    High Lift Jack


    Extras:
    Toyota 6 Studs Alloy Rims set of 5
    Mechanical Winch BJ60
    Brand new 3Y Carburetor
    Original Rims with NDCC Tyres Set of 5


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    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    As Aamir Bhai says, Its always the man behind the machine so in this case ill take that statment on me

    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    Went through the thread. people are praising you instead of the machine how come? Tell them it is the FJ which has got Aussie lockers, not you
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    @samvaid hahahahaha agreed, it is always the man behind machine lol!
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    BTW this rancho shock fitted to the steering looks like a fit on rear of my lucida. I know the Land Rover Defender front shocks are exact fit for Lucida. is it the same?
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    He he he, As Guru Jii says, Its the Man behind the Machine, (though the Man did busted a few things during the event)......
    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    Went through the thread. people are praising you instead of the machine how come? Tell them it is the FJ which has got Aussie lockers, not you


    Thanks Jaanab, Aussie Rocked Asss!!!!!, I am not too worried about the Tyre, could have been worst, will do sumfin about it. All in All, Excellent fun.
    Quote Originally Posted by machine View Post
    That Aussie crawl was superb during recent event. Amazing addition to the capability. Sad to know about the tyre burst, hope you'll find thee same piece to match the shoes

    Congratulations
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    Boss this is a Rancho Steering Stabilizer, not a rear shock

    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    BTW this rancho shock fitted to the steering looks like a fit on rear of my lucida. I know the Land Rover Defender front shocks are exact fit for Lucida. is it the same?
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    My luci has odd bits and pieces, who knows it can fit
    Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!

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    Sam - Can you please upload detailed pictures of this steering stabilizer installation at exact location?
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    Saw this beast at work in Rawat. Kudos, Sam...it's one helluva ride, Masha Allah.
    Always buy cars which your children love. They'll be helpful allies against your wife, later on!

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    Hahaha, True, But you are the king of Toyota's and all vehicles in general. I nick named you 'Encyclopaedia of Vehicles'.


    Quote Originally Posted by spectra View Post
    My luci has odd bits and pieces, who knows it can fit
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    One side is fixed with large "U" bolts for the steering stabilizer bracket next to the 'U' bolts for the Leaf Springs on the left side. The breather is in the middle of the 2 'U' bolts for the steering stabilizer.

    The other end is fitted on the Pinion rod that connect the 2 wheels for steering.

    Some Pics attached.
    My New Ride  TLCFJ40 -1178492

    Quote Originally Posted by machine View Post
    Sam - Can you please upload detailed pictures of this steering stabilizer installation at exact location?
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    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    Fouad Saheb, Thank you, Yours is a beast and has no comparison to my LiL oNe. The 'P H A N T O M' is huge and has immense RAW power (Masha Allah). I am still running the 2F and tweaking it slowly and gradually to the max output I can take out of it. All in All having fun with the F J 4 0.

    Thank you once again, your words means a lot to me

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    Saw this beast at work in Rawat. Kudos, Sam...it's one helluva ride, Masha Allah.
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    Quote Originally Posted by samvaid View Post
    One side is fixed with large "U" bolts for the steering stabilizer bracket next to the 'U' bolts for the Leaf Springs on the left side. The breather is in the middle of the 2 'U' bolts for the steering stabilizer.

    The other end is fitted on the Pinion rod that connect the 2 wheels for steering.

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    My New Ride  TLCFJ40 -1178492
    Thanks for the quick response bro - Are you getting a hard feel at steering after its installation. Though i am sure that the steering wheel must be much stable now.
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    Pleasure mate. No not hard but stable feeling at the steering, i think due to Power Steering, but it helped a lot in the recent off roading & has become pleasant in daily drive. I was told twice by friends there to hold the steerign with 2 hands, but it was comfy to mange with 1 hand as well.


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    Thanks for the quick response bro - Are you getting a hard feel at steering after its installation. Though i am sure that the steering wheel must be much stable now.
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    4x4 for life!

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    ^for 35 inch tyres with 16.5 rims. A dear friend of mine, Tareen is selling at a good price, I suggest you pick em up asap.
    4x4 for life!

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    Thanks Hassan, I am calling him now

    Quote Originally Posted by hayzin View Post
    ^for 35 inch tyres with 16.5 rims. A dear friend of mine, Tareen is selling at a good price, I suggest you pick em up asap.
    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    Default FJ40 Got the Snorkel

    Thanks to Broken Knuckle Garage for sourcing the Snorkel
    NUIC-RYDS installed it in my Rig... here are some Pictures
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    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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    Nicely done...
    Body kits available for all cars...
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    Thanks a bunch.

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    The trouble is that too often there is forty horsepower under the bonnet and one asspower at the wheel

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