Features include a 2010 PJ tub tray, two-inch lift on 35-inch Hifly all-terrains, K28 turbocharger running 27psi, four-inch exhaust and custom rock sliders. I plan on lifting it to four inches, installing a better UHF and winch, and adding side bars and a rear bar. The best place I have been so far is Fraser Island, but my mates and I are planning a trip to the Cape in 2020.
The chassis has been extended eight inches in the rear to fit 45 Series rear leaves for more flex. It features a 1981 model 45 Series cab; 35-inch tyres; injected 304 Holden Commodore motor; Turbo 400 shift-kitted auto with 55 per cent reduction low range and 8 per cent reduction in high-range crawler gears; a custom tray; custom fuel cell; custom bar work; custom interior; big stereo with two subs; and a Warn high-mount winch with in-cab controls. All the work has been done by myself and my dad in the home shed. Plenty more to list. Itís also fully engineered!
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Mods include: 33-inch tyres (steel rims 0 offset); three-inch stainless steel snorkel; three-inch stainless steel Manta exhaust; custom airbox with K&N pod filter; phone booster aerial; rooftop tent; awning; drawers in back; canvassed back; roof racks; rear LED lights; lights in canopy; dual batteries; 40L fridge in cab; Hi-Lift jack in canopy; DVD head unit, with 6x9 speakers in the back; nine-inch spotlights on the front; and rear lights. The best places Iíve taken it would be Wedge and Lancelin.
Features include a two-inch lift, Mickey Thompson ATZP3s, Darche awning and rooftop tent, MCC front and rear bar as well as side-steps, and a 1200lb Dominator winch.
Mods include: a two-inch lift all íround; a snorkel; Mickey Thompson rims; MCC side-steps; and the tub has been replaced with an alloy tray and canopy. Itís decked out with two batteries; 150L Long Ranger fuel tank; Redarc 1215 S2 charging system; two fridges; 50L water tank; instant gas hot-water service for showers; two 10-inch LED spotlights; four internal strip lights; and four external camp lights. We purchased it in January this year and took six months to build it up, and we only finished in June and headed straight to the NT to test it out. Ayers Rock is the best place itís seen so far, but looking forward to plenty of touring in it. Rooftop tent and awning to come.