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Fully Floating Rear Axle Kit (20 Oct 2021)

Brett and Riccy are please to announce the

G&D Floating Axle Kit

This add-in kit enables you to enhance your Gen3 Jimny to a fully floating rear axle

Full details are in the download file below

DOWNLOAD DETAILS HERE

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21 Sep 2021 18:28 #238862 by Lambert
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Ooh a lightweight racing shovel, I'm in!

Temeraire (2018 quasar grey automatic)
The last of the gen3s, probably.

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21 Sep 2021 19:59 #238863 by Scimike
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You can get them with holes in for digging in mud and clay, I suppose the hole breaks the suction you get in this type of material. I guess it makes sense if you dig in a lot of mud.

Here is another full of holes for those that want to see more.
weedersdigest.com/mud-and-muck-shovel-and-sifting-shovel/
 

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21 Sep 2021 20:54 #238867 by Soeley
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Well who'd have thought it, I'll try and eat my soup with a fork next time 

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22 Sep 2021 05:34 #238871 by yakuza
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We have alot of avalanches around where i live, and thanks to the great hobby of randonee where people on skis seek out steep snow covered hills and mountains to climb up and alpine ski down, the Red Cross where I am member gets to dig out these guys.
I can surely say this is the ultimate race to get to the avalanche and dig them out fast as 90% of people that gets in an avalanche is dead within an hour. And of course weight is a big issue for carrying a shovel to the mountain.

There is no shovels with holes here. :)

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, ARB rear lck, 17%/87% high/low gears.

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22 Sep 2021 08:28 #238873 by DrRobin
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Apparently it is a mud shovel
 
www.reddit.com/r/whatisthisthing/comment...n_it_for_offroading/

I am not sure Michael Palin's Eric Olthwaite (Ripping Yarns TV 1970s) would have thought much of it, 'A Spear & Jackson No. 3' it isn't.
 

For completeness (a sort of 'Show us your Shovel'), here is my Jimny shovel
   

All metal design, folding, small and light, locks in place, lives under the drivers seat and most likely useless.

Robin

 

2011 Blue Jimny SZ3, Xtrons Head Unit, DAB, Front and Rear Cameras, TPMS, K&N, Bosch Aerotwin blades, LED side and interior lights, boot light, parcel shelf, boot box, dash box. Osram Nightbreakers, CTEK Battery Sense.
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22 Sep 2021 08:29 #238874 by 300bhpton
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Well who'd have thought it, I'll try and eat my soup with a fork next time 


Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying this cutout shovel would work as well as a normal spade/shovel. But it would still work most of the time. And be better than nothing.

Not often you really need to dig in something as fluid as soup.

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