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|17th December 2008, 10:28||#31|
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Jodhpur, Rajasthan
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|17th December 2008, 21:15||#32|
1] the mount bracket assembly; Rs 1650/-
2] the shifter leaver; Rs 400/-
3] the tension plate ;Rs 550/-
The mount bracket plate is a bolt on fitting with all the parts of the double leaver assemble. The tension plate has a mounting hole on the new bracket. Its basiclly easy to fit, just a few problems my shifter bracket bearing mounting hole and the front output shaft oil seal hole had to be machined out by 1mm as there was a fault in it. The other thing was that when the tension plate is fitted it colides with the clutch shaftand does not allow the clutch to operate, so for now i have just removed the tension plate for the clutch to operate. Ill be talking to a friend who works in mahindra about it. i think i might have to change to a cable set up for the clutch.
|18th December 2008, 15:42||#33|
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: in a Toyota!
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congrats on becoming a JEEPER. must say the jeep is turning out into a nice shaped jeep and that with with minimum body modifications.
nice to see the jeep getting your personal attention in its 2nd birth.
way to go jeeper!
|8th March 2009, 09:20||#37|
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Join Date: Oct 2008
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Great job being done on your 540, Your passion shows all the way.
Paint looks superb with the dull finish and also good body line, wish you had picked up 16" mudzilla's, or anyother, the 16 inchers make a huge difference in the overall look. All the best.
|9th March 2009, 16:05||#38|
Join Date: Jan 2009
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Hey Whicked wheels ,
You have not updated this thread since Dec 08?
Is your Jeep Work completed? Pls update with pics.
BTW where do you stay in Pune? Your Vehicle shows MH14 no. you are in PCMC area?
|12th March 2009, 13:05||#40|
Join Date: Apr 2006
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Congrats on the Jeep and way to go with restoration process
Also, awaiting new info and pics.
|20th March 2009, 17:56||#41|
Sorry guys kept u waiting toooooo long, had some personal stuff going on. The jeep is done and also tested its off road abilities. Just some small stuff left to do. Here are some photos during the test drive we had.
|20th March 2009, 18:17||#44|
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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Panaji - Goa/Bangalore - Karnataka
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Who is that pony with Recaro's in a open Jeep?
|20th March 2009, 18:31||#45|
Join Date: Sep 2006
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your jeep sure looks wicked dude. Those mudzilla's are damn hot and probably one major factor to make your jeep mean and macho . Nice lookin jeep in the background too.
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