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    Taz

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  1. yea there is a company in sydney that can make them new, I will test out the sv11 one and see how it goes first
  2. I cross referenced the part numbers and found that the SV11 share the same numbers as SV21 depending on year (as SV21 is more common) but the SV11 shows two part numbers, so i am not sure if you use the early or late model part number
  3. This thread better explains my issue, but i wanted to ask here as well http://www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums/showthread.php/26022-AE86-Disc-T-series-into-AE71-KE70-Sed-Handbrake-cables-what-is-going-on
  4. Hi all, What handbrake cables are used when using a T series disc rear end into ae71? I currently have the AE86 disc cables but they do not fit. I have read that you can use the camry splitter piece near the handbrake? What have you guys done in the past? Note ae71/ke70 are different to AE86
  5. Hi all, Will be taking my 71 to Marulan on the 21st. It has a stock bluetop with pod filter and exhaust. Exhaust wise i have 4-1 extractors, one resonator then one high flow muffler. I have a flange before the diff so i can get a quieter muffler/silencer on there without major hassles. What are your experiences? Will a stainless muffler be quieter than a mild steel? What would be least restrictive on performance? Extra high flow muffler in middle or quieter rear muffler with silencer? these are the rules of Marulan: Test 1: Maintain 5000 rpm for five seconds. Requires a reading of less than 92db when measured 5m directly in line with the exhaust tail pipe. Test 2: From the same position, return the engine to idle rpm then flatten the accelerator to 5000 rpm for a reading of less than 95db.
  6. Was an old guy, not sure on age, they have toyota stamped on them
  7. hey all, mate just bought this previous owner bought it new and got the wheels from factory as an option they look alot like s13 stockers to me, 14x5.5
  8. Someone must be keen to get into the 4wd scene!
  9. Hi all, Vitara is for sale. Reason is that I need something with better towing capacity. 1991 Vitara JLX SWB Hardtop 2 month old pair Bridgestone Dueler A/T 697 on the front with resprayed stock rims in a satin black Nankang rear tyres Bridgestone Desert Dueler spare Front and rear bull bars Tow ball rola roof racks power windows power mirrors working ac central locking pioneer cd player with pair of front 4in speakers pop up sun roof new exedy clutch installed 10 months ago Front main seal and cam seal replaced 1 month ago carburettor rebuild 2 months ago with new air and fuel filter new half exhaust to give more clearance/performance - 6 months ago new bendix front pads with machined discs, new rear shoes with machined drums and new drum cylinders - 2 months ago new battery - 10 months ago rebuilt front hubs - 5 months ago new studs welded into spare wheel carrier with nuts custom plates Rego till 31/7/12 before front tyres were fitted car is located in Earlwood, Sydney contact Taz(me) 0415 eight four one 646 Looking for $2500
  10. There is no problem with the link going through the bushing. It is asif they are too fat?
  11. Hi all, So trying to put my front end back together, any tricks to get the sway bar bushes to work? nut don't fit, should i pull out the heat gun? Car is an AE71 with Pedders bushes, stock swaybar, ke55 LCA
  12. Hi all, So trying to put my front end back together, any tricks to get the sway bar bushes to work? nut don't fit, should i pull out the heat gun? Car is an AE71 with Pedders bushes, stock swaybar, ke55 LCA
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