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Old 10th November 2009, 20:32   #571
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Go for Tata only ( Sumo, Estate, Safari & Siera all are same ) because they are cheeper and availability of spares (Price 7,000.00 ) For my Marshal they charged me 15,000.00 with installation.
I think Firoz (FK7) also has installed the same PS from TATA Sumo on his MM550. Don't know how much it cost him though

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Go for Tata only ( Sumo, Estate, Safari & Siera all are same ) because they are cheeper and availability of spares (Price 7,000.00 ) For my Marshal they charged me 15,000.00 with installation.
Great , thank you for the information buddy.

One person who arranged the samurai power steering set asked me 10,000 bucks for it and an other 15,000 to install it , is that a fair amount ?

I am totally new to Jeep , please advise
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Great , thank you for the information buddy.

One person who arranged the samurai power steering set asked me 10,000 bucks for it and an other 15,000 to install it , is that a fair amount ?

I am totally new to Jeep , please advise
Hi Fobi,

Thats too much. There are many Delhi jeepers who installed PS (Koyo Japan) on their jeeps and Gypsys and the cost was below 10,000 including labour charge..
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Old 12th November 2009, 08:34   #574
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The koyo type ps box cost us 5000 including fitting.

Here are a few photos I took in patiala (sai market area last week), the one in lime green looks horrible but the matt green finish looks good. There were also a few working gypsy 4x4s for sale (RS90,000 I was quoted) and they are registered but the vendor is as cunning as a fox.
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Hi,

My search and my find finally after 9 months .

The jeep in Black and Yellow is what i've found and have paid advance .

Delivery of jeep on 22nd November 2009.

Very much exited and suddenly feeling why chennai roads are good.

Spec : Short Chassis , 1964 , Peugeot , 4 speed gear box and 4*4 .

Any OTR afetr Nov 22 2009 please keep me posted . I'm new to 4*4 so i need a experienced 4*4 person near me so as to teach me to use the 4*4.

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Where did you pick up this Jeep from?

Are these dealers? How much did you pay for your Jeep? Send me a PM of the price if you do not wish to disclose here.
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This is the funniest accessory I have seen on a Jeep.



This Jeep must be from the time when they still used swords in the war, say circa 18th century. The occupants jump out and pull out the sword from the bumper. Good idea, it would be hard to sit inside the Jeep wearing the sword.
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This is the funniest accessory I have seen on a Jeep.

This Jeep must be from the time when they still used swords in the war, say circa 18th century. The occupants jump out and pull out the sword from the bumper. Good idea, it would be hard to sit inside the Jeep wearing the sword.
ROTFLMAO !!!!! But trust me Samurai, i have seen these kind of accessory before. I like your imagination though
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Dear Sir,

The owner of this jeep is a Mirasdar or Minor in that area .

He is also the winner of 2006 rekla race ( COW CART RACE ) .

They have all the money and time and their work is to go for races have moded vehicles and COCK fights. He owns a COCK which is 85 K and is almost 1 .5 FT Tall sir.

This particular guy was wearing a Tiger Claw chain which ran upto to his tummy .

All these guys are friends or rather same community people and they have a hell of time in the Topslip woods.

Wish we also have so much time and money .
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Dear Sir,

The owner of this jeep is a Mirasdar or Minor in that area .

He is also the winner of 2006 rekla race ( COW CART RACE ) .

They have all the money and time and their work is to go for races have moded vehicles and COCK fights. He owns a COCK which is 85 K and is almost 1 .5 FT Tall sir.

This particular guy was wearing a Tiger Claw chain which ran upto to his tummy .

All these guys are friends or rather same community people and they have a hell of time in the Topslip woods.

Wish we also have so much time and money .
The Jeeps had me thinking. You have now confirmed the same.
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The Jeeps had me thinking. You have now confirmed the same.
Same here. And a very bad feeling at that :(
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Not to be missed is the position of the the tool box in front of the bumper!!!

That must hold food to feed the 85kg cock

On a serious note, this is the most weirdest contraption that I have seen even by Dabwali & Moga standards!!!

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That must hold food to feed the 85kg cock
I thought he meant 85,000 rupees for the Rooster. There is no way a Rooster can weigh 85Kg.
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These are common on what we call 'Banna Jeeps' here in rajasthan, Remade funny 2wd jeeps that most pseudo thakurs run on.

Please loose the Wall Ornament.

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[quote=harjeev;1581429]That must hold food to feed the 85kg cock[quote]

Harjeev,

I think it is not the weight but the price is 85K

sali

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