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2004 Jimny with 50mm spring lift and BFG 235/75-15 All Terr

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14 Apr 2017 13:56 - 14 Apr 2017 14:03 #180240 by 04JimnyNorwegianGuy
Planning to build some bigger lift and put on bigger tires sometime later. But understand that it will require Rock lobster or at least a modification on exsisting transfer. Well here is my car as it looks for the moment :)

Jimny 2004 JLX, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 BFG All terr, ARB bull bar, ASFIR Skid plate front and rear diffs
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14 Apr 2017 17:15 #180244 by 1066Boy
Welcome to the club. :)

Jimny JLX Facelift model 2005.
Kashmir Blue Pearl Metallic.
2" lift with Procomp Es1000 shocks.
Diff and transfer box guards from Jimnybits.
215/75/15 General Grabber x3's
and a driver called Allan (1066Boy)

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14 Apr 2017 18:28 #180245 by Daniel30
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15 Apr 2017 21:13 #180272 by 04JimnyNorwegianGuy
Ordered 2" body lift today :)

Looking for a rocklobster transfer. Rockwatt (or something like that) make them i UK I understand. Thats not to far from Norway. Any other ideas of getting that kind of transfer ?

The preferable gearing would be?

Planning on running offroad with existing 235/75-15" but maybe 32 or 33" onroad for showing off ;-)

Actually the existing tires setup with 2" spring lift works fine offroad with stock transfer ... but swaybar is not disconnected ....And im not doing extreme offroading with this setup, but it climbs very good. Keep track with the wranglers and cherokees with som minor lift on. Even climb better than them (due to much lower weight?) Could need som lower gearing though

Jimny 2004 JLX, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 BFG All terr, ARB bull bar, ASFIR Skid plate front and rear diffs

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15 Apr 2017 23:57 #180273 by Riccy
Hello and welcome along,

A Rockwatt 'rocklobster' is a high quality remanufactured SJ transfer box, it has 1.5 in high box (vs standard 1.32) and 4.3 in low box (vs ?im unsure). these are lower ranges by 6.9% in high-box from a standard stick shift transfer box.

A mini -lobster is essentially just an SJ box which has the same 1.5 drop in high box, but not as low in low-box.

Both rocklobster and mini-lobster will require different front and intermediary props to fit the t-box.

Your 235 tyres are 6% larger than standard, so a rocklobster box would be good for normal road driving, and great off-road. it would also allow you to run larger tyres to 'show off' as well B-)

I have one going spare (and all props & bucket/bushes to fit it), but i dont know about postage to Norway? Im after £500+postage for the full kit. It was made for a 2004 M13 (non VVT) with an R7me gearbox and existing stick-shift transfer box. A donation to running of the forum from any sales also of course ;-)

oh, and pics of progress are compulsory. Jimnys are very addictive!

Riccy.

J999 MNY, M16 VVT, R7me gearbox & Rocklobster,
31x10.5r15 Cooper STT, 2x ARB Locker diffs & twin compressor,
6.5" total lift, Zookbob HD steering shock, Ignis recaro's
Custom front bar & arches, rocksliders & guards,
Snorkel, K&N, 13500lb Winchmax, Buzzweld, etc, etc

Plus ULYSSES (06' basher)

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16 Apr 2017 00:23 - 16 Apr 2017 00:45 #180274 by 04JimnyNorwegianGuy
I dont know about the postage either. I dont know where in the world you're living as well?

My english is a little poor. Maybe you alredy mentioned without me understanding ....but is the lobster with the mounting brackets ?

I found a sj 410 and also a sj 413 transfer here in Norway ...but do not posess the skills to do the convertion :-D

For the moment I honestly dont know if I have the vvt engine or not. Also dont know what kind of gearbox ...

Used to have Jeep Wrangler and Cherokee. Became a hobby-expert on those. Hope to accumulate skills on my Jimny day by day.

Jimny 2004 JLX, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 BFG All terr, ARB bull bar, ASFIR Skid plate front and rear diffs
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16 Apr 2017 00:52 #180275 by 04JimnyNorwegianGuy
Btw heres the bodylift I've ordered today. Anyone happens to know what kind of brand it is?

Jimny 2004 JLX, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 BFG All terr, ARB bull bar, ASFIR Skid plate front and rear diffs
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16 Apr 2017 08:14 #180276 by jackonlyjack
Not sure on the make of yours
the sleeved bolts look the same as mine
i also dumped the washers and drilled out the original cup washers ;)

did my lift yesterday my first and may i add my last what a ball ache :blink:
good luck with yours

Jack

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16 Apr 2017 10:18 - 16 Apr 2017 10:18 #180284 by 04JimnyNorwegianGuy
Thanks for replying. ...At least you maneged to to it in one day, as you say; yesterday :-D Well they are already paid for now: point of no return.

Jimny 2004 JLX, 2" Trailmaster, 235/75-15 BFG All terr, ARB bull bar, ASFIR Skid plate front and rear diffs
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16 Apr 2017 10:43 #180286 by safari
hi there welcome, if your going for bigger tyres go for bigger cv or you will become an expert in changing them just a suggestion on my previes experience

if u worry u die if u dont worry u still die so why worry
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16 Apr 2017 11:27 #180290 by jackonlyjack

04JimnyNorwegianGuy wrote: Thanks for replying. ...At least you maneged to to it in one day, as you say; yesterday :-D Well they are already paid for now: point of no return.


Thanks to Dave at bits4vits it made it possible to do in a day
but i had to disconnect a fair few things extra to what he said but mine is M13A
here is the blog i used for reference just scroll down and you will find body lift ;)

Jack
www.bits4vits.co.uk/store/daily-driver-jimny/blog_340.html
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16 Apr 2017 16:21 #180303 by Keithy
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