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Old 19th December 2008, 12:06   #31
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Nice 4Runner, hope to see some offroading in this.
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Old 19th December 2008, 13:29   #32
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Yay for the turbo, that beast sure does deserve one.
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The 4runner with a turbo is going to be a nice drive !! Looking forward to it !!


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Old 20th December 2008, 12:02   #34
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i like this 4Runner better than the current fortuner. a work horse in real sense.

my brother used a similar vehicle in his tour of duty in Afghanistan for 3 years.

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yup the turbo kit is lying at home, just havnt had the time to get down to fabricating the oil n coolant lines. bmw needs to fire up 1st.
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hellos,

sorry for the delay but here are the pics of the hella black magics i bought and installed sometime back... they look stunning during the day and are on par with hella rallye 1000s in the dark....

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that sure is one ever green 4Runner.
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You just bought back sweet memories of my 93 4 Runner, that machine was virtually indestructible, I went to rallies with it, it took some serious pounding and yet, the suspension and powertrain would take it like no other. Too bad Toyota India has no plans of marketing this excellent true value genuine off roader.
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Clean 4x4, looks fantastic with so many years under its belt. Your left tyre looks very worn out compared to the right. Whats up with that?
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parm: thanks

gurkha : yea i agree, its unbelivable how these things keep going.

gto: now that you mention it , yes in the pics they seem to be un evenly worn. but just went and check.. they are wearing evenly. think its the light or something in the pic
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One word of advice from ex 4 Runner owner to other, if you have done over 100,000km, check your transmission output flange for wears, if there is no grooving but minor scoring, you can remove it with no. 832 emery and polish it off with no. 2 emery. Then get original seal, grease and seal with tri bond and put the bolts back, prefereably with newer bolts. If this is neglected, you will end up needing new flange as they are notorious for grooving out.
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@gurkha : thanks for the tip. will check
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The Hella BLACK MAGIC's look great & have a great light spread. The SUV looks hugely better with them on (just my opinion)

Very nicely maintained piece of machinery, brilliantly maintained.

Wish I own an SUV soon !!



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where did u pick up this vehicle?? its amazing...
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How much did you pay for it and from where did you buy it?
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