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13 Nov 2015 17:15 #156197 by Daniel30
Daniel30 replied the topic: New Jimny owner
Looks really good and yeah the more compartments you make the more you can put in them :woohoo: :woohoo:

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13 Nov 2015 20:14 #156211 by Tadpole
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Very tidy ... ;)

I've just found what I was looking for, it was where I left it ...

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15 Nov 2015 11:26 #156301 by gusthegorilla
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One annoying little quirk I've found with my Jims is that, after it's been raining and you drop the driver's door window, as soon as it's down an inch the water pours in...think it's the way the roof/gutter area is designed, and I ALWAYS forget, so I ALWAYS get wet.....

.....could this be where your water is getting in, Irishguy?

Gus :)

He who fails to plan....plans to fail !
I'm planning to live forever.....so far, so good !!

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23 Jan 2016 20:53 #161025 by Statey
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Just read the progress thread going to help me a lot as I'm just about to cut my boot out for seeing what to expect is good!
The new panel... Did it have the threads for the rear seats or do they need welding in?

Statey

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23 Jan 2016 22:11 #161033 by jackonlyjack
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Statey wrote: Just read the progress thread going to help me a lot as I'm just about to cut my boot out for seeing what to expect is good!
The new panel... Did it have the threads for the rear seats or do they need welding in?


the seat mounting holes are on a plate that's spot welded to original floor. it is possible to drill off the welds
i can get you a pic tomorrow if you want
i also have a boot floor pan for sale PM me if interested

Jack

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23 Jan 2016 22:12 #161034 by Statey
Statey replied the topic: Re:RE: New Jimny owner

jackonlyjack wrote:

Statey wrote: Just read the progress thread going to help me a lot as I'm just about to cut my boot out for seeing what to expect is good!
The new panel... Did it have the threads for the rear seats or do they need welding in?


the seat mounting holes are on a plate that's spot welded to original floor. it is possible to drill off the welds
i can get you a pic tomorrow if you want
i also have a boot floor pan for sale PM me if interested

Jack

Jack you may be my favorite person ha-ha I'll PM you :) cheers

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

Statey

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16 Sep 2016 08:40 #172390 by Daniel30
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nice work keep that metal moth at bay ;)

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28 Sep 2016 18:22 #172954 by Justin83
Justin83 replied the topic: New Jimny owner
Great read this thread, thanks for sharing.

2006 jlx+ grey

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