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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2019 9:04    Post subject: My truck Reply with quote

A 2000 3.1 swb duty, with a couple of subtle mods... Build video can be found on you tube, bigcolTv..

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 03, 2020 16:06    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is a nicely modded Trooper.

What axle have you got in front and back? What diff ratios?

I have been thinking of doing the same, because the front suspension is not koping too well with the 35" Iīve got under. How much work is it too do the axle swap?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2020 20:51    Post subject: Sas Reply with quote

Front axle is out of a mk2 hilux,  still running the fwh, do have the same selective 4wd, mounted using range rover radius arms and panhard and springs, ratio is the same as the standard rear trooper, 4.56.... Although Toyota class it as 4.555, as they don't round it up like isuzu...  Fitting wasn't too bad, depends how handy you are, I did all the chassis work with the body off, mocked it all up so I knew it fitted, then stripped it back down and set chassis for galvanising,  I did all the work my self, on my drive at home, but I'm pretty good.... Wink
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