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  1. SkiFreak

    Isuzu npr 4wd

    One thing to consider would be how much the turning circle is affected by increasing the wheelbase.
  2. SkiFreak

    Front bumper/spare carrier options

    These trucks don't have the greatest airflow to the radiator (and intercooler, if your truck has one) at the best of times, so adding something that would potentially reduce that airflow further may prove problematic. I don't know how your truck is configured (upgraded front bar, recovery winch...
  3. SkiFreak

    WTB spare wheel 6 lug

    That is definitely a surprise to me, as none of their vehicles retained the OEM wheels when they went out the door. They must have done something with them...
  4. SkiFreak

    Fuso 3.0 , Duonic transmission, SCR ?

    There comes a time when all things mechanical have issues. Not a lot you can do about that, other than keeping the maintenance up and crossing your fingers... ;)
  5. SkiFreak

    Isuzu frame mounted water tanks

    That is exactly how I have done my main fuel tank and primary water tanks. :)
  6. SkiFreak

    Isuzu frame mounted water tanks

    That's one way to address your problem... :giggle:
  7. SkiFreak

    2005 Fuso FG Slow Start?

    Don't ya hate it when something turns out to be your own fault... :(
  8. SkiFreak

    WTB spare wheel 6 lug

    I totally agree, but the problem would be getting in contact with someone there. Maybe try to contact Lance directly.
  9. SkiFreak

    FS **REDUCED **ATW 19.5 Super Single wheels x5

    I cannot tell you the exact difference, but yes, the offset is slightly different between Fuso and Isuzu super single rims. If you contact ATW Australia they should be able to tell you the difference, but it's not a lot. The bolt pattern, for the six stud wheels, is exactly the same for both...
  10. SkiFreak

    Fuso FG rear wheel stud size anybody?

    The FG140 is equivalent to our FG84, which has M20 studs.
  11. SkiFreak

    Fuso FG rear wheel stud size anybody?

    The studs are M20x1.5 and are the same back and front. Don't forget... there are both left and right hand threads.
  12. SkiFreak

    Use of Memory Clear and Diag Check for ECU Errors instead of MUT/OBD

    You could try bicarb soda to remove the corrosion and then use dielectric grease inside the housing to limit any moisture ingress.
  13. SkiFreak

    Use of Memory Clear and Diag Check for ECU Errors instead of MUT/OBD

    I hate to point it out, but it has been mentioned many times on this forum that the earth connections on these trucks should be one of the first places to inspect if there are electrical related issues.
  14. SkiFreak

    Going down the rabbit hole...Fuso build

    I would have thought that you have answered your own question...
  15. SkiFreak

    Hino 300 - obd2 reader

    If your vehicle is indeed OBDII compliant, pretty much any reader should be able to interpret the data that comes out of the ECU. The determining factor will be what you expect to use the tool for. If it is simply to read the output and maybe clear any error codes, or take it out of limp mode...
  16. SkiFreak

    Fuso 3.0 , Duonic transmission, SCR ?

    From what I have read over the years, you would be the exception. I cannot speak from personal experience, but there is a lot of documented evidence that this model of Fuso was not a reliable truck.
  17. SkiFreak

    Isuzu frame mounted water tanks

    In my opinion, it is normally better to mount any additional tanks onto the subframe. This is assuming that you have a kinematic subframe that disconnects the chassis from the habitat. This will reduce potential issues with flexing and twisting. Having said that, I have tanks mounted between the...
  18. SkiFreak

    Mitsi Rosa tacho issue

    Sounds like a fun, relaxing holiday. :)
  19. SkiFreak

    Mitsi Rosa tacho issue

    Did you sort out the tacho issues, or did you leave that to your parents? ;)
  20. SkiFreak

    Going down the rabbit hole...Fuso build

    If you do a bit of searching in this forum you will find answers to pretty much all of your questions, as they have been asked and answered previously. Be mindful that the 4x4 Fuso has a stepped chassis, to allow for clearance of the front diff. All of the 4x2 models have a straight chassis, so...
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