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Old 12th July 2010, 21:15   #61
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Sorry couldnt update the thread since long as was not keeping well and thats the reason missed EXAM and AKC too.

Anyways the from Bumper and Grill work is complete now would get them painted matt black.

Here are the pics of the grill.
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Old 13th July 2010, 05:53   #62
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Sorry couldnt update the thread since long as was not keeping well and thats the reason missed EXAM and AKC too.

Here are the pics of the grill.
Looks good man , Get well soon.
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Old 7th September 2010, 01:50   #63
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Finally got the Pajero home after new Tire Change here are a few pictures with the new Tyres and with the Bumper and Grill work done.
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looks much better with the grill painted.
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Old 7th September 2010, 08:22   #65
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I had used similar 4WD - Hyundai Galloper (Mitsubishi manufactired by Hyundai)

Fitted with 275/70R16 Tyres and it sailed over sand.

You should have tried changing 15" Tyres (I presume) with 16" Size. It would look a Beastly Monster.
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Looks good now,I like the wheels.
try to get clear lens headlamps.
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Thanks Akshay & Sunny

@Amrik - Do u have any pics of the Galloper?
With 15' Rim Size the Pajero does very well I am waiting to get going with the new set of tyers
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Thanks Akshay & Sunny

@Amrik - Do u have any pics of the Galloper?
With 15' Rim Size the Pajero does very well I am waiting to get going with the new set of tyers
Yes... but would take time to dig it up as most of my luggage including electronioc data is packed. Give me time
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Looks good man

hey you moved into the building next to mine? saw the P parked there.

MSG me yyour new number
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Looks good man

hey you moved into the building next to mine? saw the P parked there.

MSG me yyour new number
Made this Mitsubishi Logo for the front grill.

Didn't capture the complete DIY process just clicked some pics of the end product.

@ David - Yeh I have moved at Norther Star, 1st floor. Have sent you a sms from my new number.
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Finally got the Pajero home after new Tire Change here are a few pictures with the new Tyres and with the Bumper and Grill work done.
Congrats buddy
You SWB Pajero has come out really nice. I was about to point that the front grille looks a little bland and something is amiss, and you were already at works.
Also what tyres have you gone in for? Please share the specs.
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Thanks Harjeev.

The tires are Maxxix Big Horns 31 X 10.5 X 15
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The Pajero rocks
And now I know where my Bolero's tail lamp came from.
I feel a mesh grille would have looked better.
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Thanks Jeeva.

You know after the discussion about the tail lights here I thought of changing the tail lights and The Balero Lights were perfect fit.

I wanted to make a Hummer Kind of grill but even I am not too happy with the outcome. I might change it soon.

Planning for Phase III - Interiors and Dashboard makeover and finally a new paint job.
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Cloud Chaser,
For the mesh grilles, I know of something that you can draw inspiration from .

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...-bolero-2.html (Yet another modded Bolero!)
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-ve...nder-90-a.html (Xtreme's power "Land Rover Defender 90")

Josepeter's and Extreme Power's rides respectively.
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