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    I have a 98 GU, have factory cruise which plugs...

    I have a 98 GU, have factory cruise which plugs in, and there is a spare connector, which I think looks like that (now hidden by dual battery setup)
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    From what I recall of the fitting instructions,...

    From what I recall of the fitting instructions, you need to obviously strip down the transfer, then if fitting 3.7:1 gears, you do need to have a die grinder or similar to "make some room" internally...
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    Hmm? I run a 35" Simex on steel rim, on a...

    Hmm?

    I run a 35" Simex on steel rim, on a spacer on my back door.... and its a 98.... bought it at 76K ish with the factory steel wheels and 265's. Straight away in 2001 changed to 285's on GU...
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    I have a set of sliders built by a bloke who...

    I have a set of sliders built by a bloke who called himself Trex back in 2001ish..... They have the plates and bolts above/below the chassis and never hung up - if you are getting too much hard stuff...
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    Thanks all.... back again for a read now the...

    Thanks all.... back again for a read now the crazytime (for work) has passed......
  6. Looks good. What sort of price for a GU series...

    Looks good.

    What sort of price for a GU series 1? Including the Ser2 headlight & indicators?

    I have a Suby with factory HID and the washers don't seem to do anything as the headlights are...
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    A mate of mine half built a GQ extra cab then...

    A mate of mine half built a GQ extra cab then sold it as an unfinished project in Brisbane. The way he did it was to cut a GQ wagon that had been shunted up the back, and mate it up to the back cab...
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    I will also say that I have had insurance through...

    I will also say that I have had insurance through DGA for years, its not my cheapest MV policy, but have never had to claim on it apart from a windscreen (excess free). Is probably on par with my...
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    I've had a set of these since probably 2003, and...

    I've had a set of these since probably 2003, and they were 2nd hand then, came with rims off a Suzuki that was running 6 stud cruiser axles and all sorts of mods that fell on its roof and died.
    ...
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    HID headlights are excellent to drive with (when...

    HID headlights are excellent to drive with (when setup from factory)

    I have them in my latest work car and the HID low beam is very bright and really fills out the area up to the cutoff with lots...
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    I have the 3.743 ratio in my GU - one of the...

    I have the 3.743 ratio in my GU - one of the first batch Marks ever made for Patrols, back in Oct/Nov 2002. Awesome if you want to go slow, and rock crawl, but most normal offroad use requires 3rd...
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    I have the 4.5 Petrol no abs no gas and have an...

    I have the 4.5 Petrol no abs no gas and have an ARB tray, which required moving piping, cutting some steel pipe and using rubber in its place to remount something.

    Can fit a standard N70ZZL...
  13. Thread: Custom Trays

    by gu4500
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    Heres a pic from a google search -...

    Heres a pic from a google search - http://forum.australia4wd.com/index.php?/gallery/image/1518-100-2010jpg/

    Maybe it wasnt this tray done at 30 degrees as they look like 45's to me.
  14. Thread: Custom Trays

    by gu4500
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    Don't think I've got any pics, but a mate did a...

    Don't think I've got any pics, but a mate did a comp ute tray with some cattle yad rail on the edges - its rectangular section, with a rounded top - he had the tray deck about 2" lower so there was...
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    Thanks to all to date! Was right up with...

    Thanks to all to date!

    Was right up with everything a few years ago, used to be on the Topica, then Yahoo patrol email lists back through the end of the 90's etc..... then onto yahoo as a forum,...
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    Its all good until the vehicle being loaded lifts...

    Its all good until the vehicle being loaded lifts the tilt tray..... a mate runs a Hiace LWB work van and one time after it blew the 3L motor (it ran away on its own oil) it was so heavy as it got...
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    I've had my GU get better with first finger...

    I've had my GU get better with first finger balancing the rims (ie a 6 stud fitment attached to balancer and wheel bolted onto that - not just a cone spun into the rim centre as is commonly done).
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    I actually am running 1 90/110w (I think globe...

    I actually am running 1 90/110w (I think globe and one +30 55/60 - as the other +30 blew somewhere out the back of nowhere and the servo nearest had either the 90w H4 globes at a decent price or some...
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    I have some very simple but effective sliders...

    I have some very simple but effective sliders made by a mob out of sydney probably 10 years ago now - quite simple in their execution as they were just rectangular steel with end caps welded on, and...
  20. I'd go with the 4.8 and get the LPG conversion....

    I'd go with the 4.8 and get the LPG conversion. The petrol motor is a simpler piece of gear, that just costs more to run on petrol - it costs you as you go, not in a big parcel if/when the diesel...
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    It is also interesting to note that "Aboriginal...

    It is also interesting to note that "Aboriginal heritage" is quoted as a reason, yet the Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation have also spoken against these measures. - My personal view is that...
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    New here - gu4500 - Ian

    Hi All

    Just researching as I'm having to "renovate" my 12/1998 GU Patrol. I use this name on a couple of other forums so some may know me already.

    Basically I've had it since April 2001, its a...
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