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Re: R31 Skyline diff
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BAD310,
Good luck getting the 4 link engineered in QLD, Have you had the design approved by QLD transport yet?? if so i would love to see the application and approval for my own project (save a bit of paperwork).

Engineers in QLD can not approve rear suspension design and a 4 link conversion fits into that category. Once the design is approved by QLD transport the engineer can approve the modification in accordance with the design.

Posted on: 2006/10/11 7:34
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Re: Meet up at QLD fastfours Jamboree 2006 sep 23-24
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Ill be there Saturday as a spectator.

The little ute won't be ready before Christmas.

Looking forward to catching up with some of these cars + owners ive seen and read a heap about.

Mcgee

Posted on: 2006/9/20 1:20
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Re: Needed stanza brake caliper
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I have a pair im not using now.
PM me if your still interested

Posted on: 2006/8/24 9:45
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Re: TRX wheel nuts
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I bought mine from a local tyre shop. about $3 each. I think they are made from nice products. Can find the part number if required.

Posted on: 2006/8/23 12:02
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Re: More parts to go
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Posted on: 2006/7/19 4:45
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Re: help, fuel lines for 1200
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I went with the bundy tubes as well :) 5/16 I think.
From my understanding the fuel soaks into the seams of the fuel tank and that is what will cause the explosion, even if properly drained and ventilated.
I intend to take my tank to a Radiator place (had some work done through them in the past) to have the top soldered onto my UTE tank. (In-tank Bosch 040 pump)

Sorry to hijack the tread but I was wondering what people have used to hold the fuel lines in place under the car (run along the chassis Rail). I intend to run 2x 5/16 fuel lines and the rear brake line next to each other and was looking for a clamp/multiple clamps to hold them in place??

Posted on: 2005/8/26 4:15
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Re: Hilux Diff shortened to suit 1200
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Posted on: 2005/3/19 6:52
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