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Old 26th May 2013, 08:36   #136
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Great pics doc. Thx for sharing them
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Old 30th May 2013, 07:42   #137
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Bhpians, a small update on Air-conditioning.
Its been nearly 3 months since the AC was installed in the Jeep and it has performed pretty well.
I have put in about 500Km after the AC install and have not had any engine overheating issues (Although it is too early to comment).
I normally use the blower at 3rd stop initially and the cooler at the mid way and then switch the blower to the 2nd stop after the cabin cools a bit.

The engine temperature climbs to about 80 deg in about 20-30 min of city driving and stays between 80-80deg for most of my traveling time which is about 32Km one way to my Hospital.
I use the jeep almost 4 days a week to travel and have not had to complain a bit.

After the recent OTR (please see my previous post), me my wife and son traveled back for 70Km in full AC. Had absolutely no issues
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Nice pictures of the OTR.

Why does the Jonga have so many different types of wheel rims ? Refer 3rd last picture and last picture.

Also do you know what tyres are those ?
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Nice pictures of the OTR.

Why does the Jonga have so many different types of wheel rims ? Refer 3rd last picture and last picture.

Also do you know what tyres are those ?
He has 4 alloys and 2 steel rim, of which one alloy is with a different(smaller) tyre.
The tires are 31 10.5R15, don't remember the brand though.

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Nice pictures of the OTR.

Why does the Jonga have so many different types of wheel rims ? Refer 3rd last picture and last picture.

Also do you know what tyres are those ?

Well Actually it had
-2 Steel rims Front
-2 Alloys back.
-1 Alloy mounted at back.(spare for rear)
-1 Steel rim inside the Jonga (Spare for front)

This was running with front 6 bolt rims and back 5 bolts alloys.
Currently it has been changes to original 6 bolt rims only.

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