Search results

  1. A


    Thank you for straightening out this fanboy’s ignorance. Every man is predjudiced by his own experience. Mine includes “robust is as robust does”. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. A


    Longevity. The landcruiser is comparably rough, crude and bouncy. But they will carry heavy loads over rough country for a lot longer than the comparably lighter duty American trucks. Picture really don’t accurately show chassis wall thickness and other details. We mostly use light duty hilux...
  3. A

    1986 GMC S-15

    If everyone will forgive the ignorance, what benefits does the track bar bring with leaf springs? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. A

    New Bronco

    In Australia, 70 series are very popular and serve as something of a prestige model. However even as someone who loves the ruggedness, image, torque and sheer awesomeness of them (ie I’m biased toward them), I walked by them to buy a hilux (Tacoma like vehicle) as I wasn’t sure that my duty...
  5. A

    1968 Chevy K10 SWB Overlander

    Your love for this truck shines through. I’m enjoying reading about your journey. Well done and God bless Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. A

    Range on gas engines and extending? F-350/Ram 3500

    Try some Australian suppliers of long range fuel tanks. They are a common retrofit here because of distance. They fit under tray and are often quite large. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. A

    1992 Dodge W250 Cummins / VW Vanagon Abomination *MAY CAUSE BLINDNESS*

    The side profile looks really nice. Thanks for sharing your project with us all Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. A

    ‘15 Ram Cummins multi-purpose build

    Compliant suspension plus airbags. Only pressurise airbags when carrying loads Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. A

    Keep the Power Wagon or get a diesel flatbed???

    Wow. You guys from the US of A sure have an different attitude to NEEDS than most other places I know. Blokes (and families) have driven across Asia, Africa, Australia and I dare say other continents in stock standard Land Rovers and the like. Reading the stories suggest they had a ball doing...
  10. A

    harrop lockers

    You must be kidding! In oz, you're looking at $2k minimum for any selectable locker, even the ones made by our own company's. $1335 is a steal Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. A

    "TrailTop" modular trailer topper building components

    I know you have clearly stated " hobby" not commercial, but where can we get some of these mouldings? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. A

    ARB Locker, Land Rover 24 spline

    I'm guessing this is gone? If it's still for sale, can you let me know please? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. A

    Land Series engine conversion

    Yes. 4DB1 was the standard diesel in stage 1 series 3 and county until late eighties. The army bought a heap of them as well as a 6x6 version with a 4DB1T. These are being demobilised now and are being auctioned off. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk