BigJimnyMeet (North) 2020 2021

 

WE ARE BACK! A DATE FOR YOUR DIARIES

 

20th June 2021

ITS THE BIG BIGJIMNY PARTY - WE SURVIVED COVID

50th 51st Anniversary of the Jimny 


 

A pre-booked vehicles only event for Jimnys of all shapes and sizes. Plenty of time to get your LJ (Jimny Gen1), SJ (Jimny Gen2), Jimny Gen3 and Jimny Gen4 ready for the event.

More details to follow. Note that booking will not open until much nearer the date.


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Starting to love my Jimny too much! It's turning into a love triangle with my Wife!

Tackling the rust - part 3

It's been a while since I last posted, but I have finally got the rear floor pan welded and sorted out. Thanks to markyp2000 for a sterling job.

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Asfir fuel tank guard

Some time ago I bought a second hand Asfir fuel tank guard and today got around to fitting it. The biggest problem was getting the old one off; rusty nuts seem to be my nemesis with the Jimny! Luckily, my Irwins bolt grippers have done the job and got them all off.

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Tackling the rust - part two

Tackling the rust - part two

I stripped out the rear seats and trim today to get a good look at the rust in the rear floor pan. When I bought the car I knew it had been patched up, but needed some work, but was prepared for that.

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Tackling the rust - part one

Tackling the rust - part one

Those who know Jimny's, know that they can rust like mad. I bought mine knowing it needed some work doing, but step one was to get it under-sealed to stop the rot for as long as possible, giving me a chance to work on it over the coming months.

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Fitted new Trailmaster Shocks!

Fitted new Trailmaster Shocks!

I noticed that one of my rear shocks was leaking so was in need of replacing. As I have the mantra of replacing with quality parts, I initially decided to go with Rough Country shocks (no lift - standard length), but unfortunately, didn't fit correctly.

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