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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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25 Jan 2021 04:55 #232161 by DerkDiglett
Thanks Robin & Lambert. I'll get on that then when I next get chance. When you say undeath the dashboard, do I need to remove the dashboard trim or is it literally underneath where the passengers feet are? Sorry if this is a silly question LOL.

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25 Jan 2021 07:10 #232165 by Lambert
When you took the trim off to install the new radio you will have seen there is loads of space above the radio and to either side of the air vent ducting, I would secure it up there with some double sided tape or similar. Neat and tidy like.

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The last of the gen3s, probably.
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27 Jan 2021 05:40 #232243 by DerkDiglett
Thanks Lambert! I should of asked this question before fitting my radio I think! Would this space also work with a DAB dongle or would I need to place this somewhere else? Is there a way of connecting a DAB dongle to the existing car areal?

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27 Jan 2021 06:50 #232244 by Lambert
Dunno, Spare Jimny came with a DAB unit installed and the antenna is in the top left corner of the front screen. My understanding was they had to be in a window but it's been 15 years since I last fitted DAB so things will have changed.

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27 Jan 2021 08:31 #232248 by lightning
You can buy an adaptor lead that allows the DAB radio to connect to your ordinary aerial, along with the FM
lt saves you fitting the DAB aerial, if you don't want it stuck on the windscreen.

lt costs around £5, l fitted one to my Defender when l
installed a DAB radio and it works fine.

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27 Jan 2021 13:56 #232255 by DrRobin
Mine is in the top left hand corner of the windscreen, seems to work well. It was easy to route the cable and attach the earth to the 'A' pillar.

The windscreen antennas have a small low noise amplifier, so if you get an adapter check it has an amplifier, otherwise you might not get enough signals.

With all of the problems of noise on my other car the DAB dongle is in the boot (long USB cable) and I used a mag mount antenna on the boot. That doesn't have an amp, but works just as well.

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