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Old 28th November 2011, 20:28   #391
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Siva - thx for sharing these pics, glad to know your jeep is still doing its duties. 235's looking nice And the paint touchup job is invisible in pics. What happened to the snorkel work?

I dont think the gypsy with Square lights is Vikrams... square lights/alloys and no exhaust mod, Right headers?
Paint touch was done with the same old (leftout) box of the paint and you are right it wasn't visible even when you look closer.

You have a sharp eye buddy, I was assuming that this Gypsy belongs to headers until you pointed the headlights.


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This place is near puzhal Lake, it has lot of obstacle and very good place.

and it is not Header's Gypsy, it is Gopi's (he has modified it)
Puzhal lake area, Cool. Thanks for the Gypsy clarification. I hope headers got his question answered now.
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Yes you are Correct!



Sir - When are "we" going there?
Any time you want Sir - there are lot of MUD and obstacle which require winching.

We didnt have much time to explore that area and the surrounding.
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Damn, a shoddy electrical job can be a nightmare! I am eager to see how that panned out.

A tip for whoever is restoring : The Mahindra Major's wiring harness is a direct fit for the Classic. Some minor alterations are required, but quality is way improved over the yesteryears. My Classic is wired up exactly the same way.
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Did you the the above tip from Mr. GTO or any others tried the same? please share your views and if some one has the Electrical Circuit Diagram for Classic do please post here.
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Dear Bro

Did you the the above tip from Mr. GTO or any others tried the same? please share your views and if some one has the Electrical Circuit Diagram for Classic do please post here.

Hi Kumaran,

No I didn't do that as getting that wiring kit was also an issue in this part of the country and my classic was patched with all the wiring issue and running without issue for the past couple of years after restoration.

The Jeep is currently undergoing tinkering work as the FC renewal is month away.

I will share some pics shortly.

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Update:

The explorer is back at home after 20 months with my friend's hand. He just followed my path to come to US now, hence the explorer is back home.

I have just decided that the jeep is going to stay home until I come back for good. Just as a protection to the vehicles, some civil work to extended the roof at the house parking to accommodate all the vehicles (Classic, FJ40, Trailer, CJ3B and few two wheelers)

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Hi Trammway,

You have a nice MM Classic. I wanted to know if you could tell me where I could get a replacement hood? Yours looks pretty stock, is it?

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Keep it coming, sport. I am eager to know how you ended up with a Classic! I presume that you have already disposed off the CJ2A? Badly modded Jeeps can be a bottomless $$$ pit....many (including yours truly) have learnt this the hard way.





Pics taken last night . Are you looking for any information in particular from the manual?
GTO Sir,

Classic Manual please
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