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Re: Wrecking 1200 Ute
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Nah mate the dash is still yours

dont worry i havent forgotton about ya.

i was actually gonna ring ya atthe end of the week andlet you know i was pulling
it apart this weekend.
its still yours so dont have a heart attack

Justin

Posted on: 2001/11/13 4:43
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Re: Wrecking 1200 Ute
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after this weekend. somewhere around $450-500.

and you've gotta come and get it coz i'm not shipping. sorry.

Justin

Posted on: 2001/11/13 1:34
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Re: a15 ute conversion
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to do the comversion it'll cost you the amount of the motor and gearbox coz its more or less a bolt in swap.

as for a tidy A15 with a bit of power, i suggest you get hold of Jeff Taylor of JTS Performance.

him and his brother have been playing with A-series since they came out on the market.

he was gonna do the machine wrok on my A15 to pull 180hp at the wheels through quad throttle body injection and
all the good shit

Justin

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Re: Wrecking 1200 Ute
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just give me a ring and we'll organise a time

0438 928 204

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Posted on: 2001/11/13 1:28
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Re: Wrecking 1200 Ute
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yeah, but they're not in the best condition.

from memory they arent cracked or anything. just dirty.
about 15-20 bucks?

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Re: Wrecking 1200 Ute
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yeah, but they're not in the best condition.

from memory they arent cracked or anything. just dirty.
about 15-20 bucks?

Justin

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Wrecking 1200 Ute
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Guys, as of the end of the week, my ute is officially coming off the road.

suspension will be coming out, motor out, interior apart. all the shit. so if any of you guys is interested
in anything at all

please let me know coz i want to get rid of it all so it doesnt take up space.

if you guys are interested give me a ring on
0438 928 204 anytime of the day
or email me at gimmehed@hotmail.com.

i live in penrith, sydney Australia


Justin

Posted on: 2001/11/12 3:02
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Re: Broken gearbox
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as a matter of fact james i have had the same symptoms when i had my stock 1200 in my ute.

3rd gear did go first. when it did i changed it into 3rd quickly but i wasnt racing or anything like that, but as soon as i was off the clutch it just made a big teeth chattering noise and
more or less ended it useless.

but the nafter about a week driving without 3rd gear first gear played up by making noises and 2nd followed. then that was it, 1st and 2nd dropped out so it was out with the box and in with
a new one.

as of the end of the week my ute is coming off the road and being stripped down.
this includes the gearbox thats in it. plus i do have a 5 speed in the shed.

anyways thats the low down on your box james.
mind you mine went when it was behind a stock A12. so you must really be driving yours very sedately.

Justin

Posted on: 2001/11/12 2:57
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Got my new 1200 sedan tail lights
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try someone like Autobarn or Robbos. they'd be better than bumpa t bumpa or
supersheap.

Justin

Posted on: 2001/11/8 4:14
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Re: B210 Front Air Dam
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theres a place down in fyshwick ACT, called Canberra car styling. they have a nice front air dam
to suit a 1200.

its in the links page on this site

Justin

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