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Extreme help from the guru's of the game is needed.
First of all congratulations & welcome to the jeep & off roading club...
And here i will qoute @fouadhafeez
"Condolences on being bitten by the bug, though Now, from this point onwards you'll be spending tons of moolah just to get your ride to the very cutting edge of performance and looks, only to wear it down on crazy off-roading adventures that you are sure to undertake. So I suppose you'd best get acquainted with the off-roader's mantra early on..."build. Break. Fix. Repeat" "
2ndly remove that cylinder it is not safe.... In fact remove CNG it has no work in off roading.... It wont give you that power...
and Sir kindly share some specific details...
Ibrahim, nice willy, it seems in running condition already. what are you planning to do with it? bring her on for a little spin this weekend. Rest if anything will be needed we will do it in our workshop.
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Yup this jeep is already in running condition but there is a slight problem with the radiator,working on that issue. Today the LPG cylinder was removed. The specs are:
ENGINE: 1982 COROLLA 1.6 LITRE Petrol
DIFFERENTIALS: SUZUKI POTOHAR
MODEL: 1950 ARMY SPEC.
As far as what iam planning to do well firstly i think just to get this thing back into it's orignal shape.
1) Conversion from left to right hand.
2) Diesel Engine
3) New soft top
4) New wheels and tyres.
khana pakanay wala cylinder was looking pretty funny.glad u removed
since u dont intend to bring it back to original specs i believe you can do alot more alterations in it
Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....
Best thing you did by removing the cylinder, I almost had a heart attack when I saw the pic and at my age, a heart attack would not be fun
Best of luck. I believe the Captain of IJC owns the same kind of vehicle and could be a good source of help for you.
Thank you every body, since it is a very old jeep few quirks were needed to actually get it road worthy yet alone offroad capable. New shock absorbers from potohar were installed with little modifications as the previous one were in real bad shape. @foudar sir thanks will surely do that once this thing is capable of withstanding the preassure of the terrain.
congrats on ur new jeep
from the pics looks good
first thing u need to replace are TIRES SERIOUSLY
Best of luck for the build.
We will appreciate the pics of the engine Bay, if you can manage