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Old 30th October 2008, 00:30   #31
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I am yet to see a TLC FJ in India, not even in the northern states. The closest i have gotten to a TLC Fj was when i was a kid i had a dinky car with working suspensions

You guys are so lucky there.

Just checked out the video and the TLC looks damn mean and handsome. The view is awesome and the terrain looks challenging.

Which place is this?

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Old 30th October 2008, 09:33   #32
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@ TLCFJ40

Amazing video, beautiful view & zabardast terrain.
And no doubt extra offroading skills of both the riders.
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I am yet to see a TLC FJ in India, not even in the northern states. The closest i have gotten to a TLC Fj was when i was a kid i had a dinky car with working suspensions

You guys are so lucky there.

Just checked out the video and the TLC looks damn mean and handsome. The view is awesome and the terrain looks challenging.

Which place is this?
This is a route we took through shadrah village. A beautiful track with mouth watering scenes all the way in margallah hills.
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Old 30th October 2008, 18:36   #34
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Old 5th November 2008, 19:37   #35
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Some pics from last sundays offroad trip hope u guys enjoy it .
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Kindly upload videos of ur offroading event on 2nd Nov 2008
Hope u enjoyed performance of Tractor.
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Old 5th November 2008, 23:46   #37
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A few months ago, a used car dealer opposite to johnson market here in bangalore had this FJ 89 model for 3.5-4 laks. It has the original toyota engine and is green in color and its so damn beautiful that i was tempted to buy it. But had to backoff considering its age and availability of parts and all that. I think it is sold off now.
guys, Those 4x4's you have are beautiful.

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Thats a super ride you must be having all the fun in the world. Can you provide a little more technical specs of the engine and diff ratios and things like that.
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A few months ago, a used car dealer opposite to johnson market here in bangalore had this FJ 89 model for 3.5-4 laks. It has the original toyota engine and is green in color and its so damn beautiful that i was tempted to buy it. But had to backoff considering its age and availability of parts and all that. I think it is sold off now.
guys, Those 4x4's you have are beautiful.

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The fj89 you are talking about is a tank, our nothern area is full of all the toyotas you can think of. Toyota has the major chunk of 4x4 vehicles in pakistan. From 73 to 2008 you will c all makes and models of toyota where ever u go. And no dought its a wonderful machine.

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A few months ago, a used car dealer opposite to johnson market here in bangalore had this FJ 89 model for 3.5-4 laks. It has the original toyota engine and is green in color and its so damn beautiful that i was tempted to buy it. But had to backoff considering its age and availability of parts and all that. I think it is sold off now.
guys, Those 4x4's you have are beautiful.

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Thats a super ride you must be having all the fun in the world. Can you provide a little more technical specs of the engine and diff ratios and things like that.
Thanks for the compliment hemanth. Well it has a 3200cc B2 diesel engine in it. It was a petrol but was converted to diesel. About the technical stuff, i think i did have them somewhere will look them up for you and post them here for your viewing. It does have the original setup i mean the axles, tubes & suspension. Most of the technical stuff in it is all original as i think its best to keep it that way more reliable and long living.
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Salman's Toyota is one of the best offroading machines in Islamabad jeep club.
Specially after he installed the mud terrain tyres, the performance is really enhanced.
Salman not only me but Hassan is also telling the same thing that ur TLC is one of thye best machine in town.
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Kindly upload videos of ur offroading event on 2nd Nov 2008
Hope u enjoyed performance of Tractor.
Ammir bhai got no videos that day fro tlc. But can post the other videos hassan bhai took that day.

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Salman not only me but Hassan is also telling the same thing that ur TLC is one of thye best machine in town.
Thank you for your's and hassan bhai's kind words.

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Salman i ve uploaded your video on youtube
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Salman your TLC did that track very easily.
I got stucked on two points but even then enjoyed thoroughly
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Hassan bhai thank you for the upload.
@ Ammir bhai may be as i had done the track earlier once i knew exactly where to take it up from extreme right as of the humps you got stuck on the left . Had a blast that day, the pully to the powersteering broke again getting it fixed tomoro as taking the cruiser too pindi on sunday might see you kal.
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I am yet to see a TLC FJ in India, not even in the northern states. The closest i have gotten to a TLC Fj was when i was a kid i had a dinky car with working suspensions

You guys are so lucky there.

Just checked out the video and the TLC looks damn mean and handsome. The view is awesome and the terrain looks challenging.

Which place is this?

1>Very nice vehicles indeed.And good job with the workmanship too.
2>There are a couple of TLC FJs in Bangalore,similarly fitted with diesel engines.2 wd as per their owner chose them that way.Maybe you need to look around you,that's all.
3>Maybe you should go off roading once in while to check out terrain.
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