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Dave's "S200KYS" Jimny 'laner Build...

  • Paul_sterling
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11 May 2017 10:11 #181141 by Paul_sterling
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Nice work!

P.
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11 May 2017 11:21 #181144 by Daniel30
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Nice little mod Dave B) B)

Black ones need to be supplied with black screws :blink: :silly: :laugh:
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11 May 2017 14:38 #181146 by Doidge
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Lovely little modification will save the indicators alot!
Where did you get your door sliders dave? Have been trying to source a pair for a while now
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11 May 2017 15:41 #181147 by X8GGY
Door slider bars are homemade from a length of aluminium box section... Cut with a slitting disk and folded diagonally on the ends... The holes were drilled to match the holes left when I removed the plastic panels, the holes have riv-nuts on them ;)


Took inspiration from similar sliders you see on the rear of Landies...
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11 May 2017 16:56 #181153 by Doidge
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Cheers for the reply dave :)

Yeah that's where I keep seeing them is on the tubs of landrover etc,

Will have to get on and make a set
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11 May 2017 17:33 #181156 by bingham123
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just got trough reading this, wow love it.

cant wait till funds allow me to buy a jimny. 10/10 keep up pal
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13 May 2017 21:05 #181219 by gaz3359
Nice little catch up read.still going strong dave good work !
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14 Jun 2017 16:40 #182015 by X8GGY
Bit of work on the S200KYS Jimny today...



TrailGear rear shafts going back in, new disks on the rear, and a new ARB compressor, as the old one sounded like a wet f&rt!



Compressor was an 'easy' straight swap...



Up in the air to get the shafts out, without disturbing the oil as it was done fairly recently...



TG shaft back in... new disk on...



Bugger :( Needs pads too BAH :evil: So round to friends garage (50 yards!) and ask him to get me some in quick (they have these little vans than scoot around delivering to all the garages). .



Wind the pistons in ready then, should be first thing in the morning, as I got to them late afternoon to order the pads...
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14 Jun 2017 21:09 #182030 by TomDK
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Nice work Dave.
But, why not just buy new spares for the ARB compressor. They should be easily available and fairly cheap.
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15 Jun 2017 05:55 #182044 by X8GGY
I would of, but I'm no compressor expert?

New one is fine, old one will be going on eBay with a video to explain the problem, and see if anyone wants it for 'spares or 'repairs'...

Have a full wiring loom and the air plumbing bits too...
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15 Jun 2017 07:33 #182048 by TomDK
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My ARB compressor had an issue with not running well. took it apart, changed a bearing. After that now runs perfect. Original ARB spare part. Think it cost me £15 :)

There are in total about 6 bolts on the compressor, so it's very easy to service :)
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15 Jun 2017 07:37 #182049 by X8GGY
Thanks, I'll have a look then...
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