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whats the difference with the diff? and what about one from a surf they were imported hi luxes with seats, better still buy the full suf you will get a scapper for a couple of hundred quid, really interested what the difference in the diff is.

 

i would imagine the mounting holes and brackets are similar so if you cant get a diff change the full axle and if the ratio is different put a front one on from the same scrapper, ive had a few hiluxes they are easy to work on and alot of parts interchangable. good luck with it

 

 

ill give milners a ring again and see what i can find elsewhere, i can find parts in austrailia but the shipping would cost more than the parts.

 

The cost of overhauling the diff would be the same as buying a whole new truck just for parts, and less hassle, if i can source the parts i would be able to do it myself. otherwise its into the garage

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stevie... your truck/crane/tracked chipper setup is a thing of beauty.... and hows about green and black?

 

 

 

rob.... join the hpoc (hilux pickup owners club) forum... friendly bunch, and very knowledgeable about hilux parts/re-builds. good luck, nice looking truck

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stevie... your truck/crane/tracked chipper setup is a thing of beauty.... and hows about green and black?

 

 

 

rob.... join the hpoc (hilux pickup owners club) forum... friendly bunch, and very knowledgeable about hilux parts/re-builds. good luck, nice looking truck

 

 

just joined, posted the for what i needed, sourced a part already, will be daytime sunday when its sorted

 

thanks for that gem of info!

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nearly finished, pleae just say ooh thats nice or nothing at all:sneaky2::biggrin:

 

One of the Best Arb trucks I've seen. Clever idea with the chipper on the tail-lift.

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nearly finished, pleae just say ooh thats nice or nothing at all:sneaky2::biggrin:

 

Great truck Steve you going to fit a reversing camera?

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cheers guys, it is needing tweeked here and there, i want to lighten the back end so when i can i will remove that hiab and stick a log crane on, would love a botex with hi seat, actually if it was remote controlled that would be even better lol, dream dream dreamitty dream.:thumbup:

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cheers guys, heres a little vid of the tail lift. I have still to put on the trailer board and it will be ratchet strapped to the lift for transport.

 

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cheers guys, heres a little vid of the tail lift. I have still to put on the trailer board and it will be ratchet strapped to the lift for transport.

 

 

Like ya style stevie . It looks mint :thumbup:

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