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BigJimny Meet 2019 (17 May 2019)

BigJimny Meet and off-road driving day



20TH OCTOBER 2019

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Re:SZ4/SZ5 possible upgrades discussion.

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03 Feb 2019 19:24 #202474 by ParanoidIndustries
Hi All

These are the SZ4/SZ5 accessories list we will start to release in the next week.

Roughly in order of release.


Modular load restraint system for rear load area.

Secure lockable cubby box with arm rest.

Load shelf for rear

Roof rack

Rear door table

Modular drawer system

Jimny specific fridge slide and Dometic fridge package.

Swing away wheel carrier and accessory platform.

True dual battery system with under bonnet auxiliary battery mount

Aluminium winch bumper

Snorkel

Under body protection

Long range fuel tank

Supercharger kit, aiming for 15hp and 15-20nm of torque without over stressing engine and drivetrain.

All our accessories will require no drilling or cutting of any of the vehicle.

forum member will receive a blanket 5% discount on all Jimny products.

Regarding MK3 owners, should there be an interest in a mk3 version of some of our SZ products, a rack being a good example, we will make any product mk3 specific within our bespoke program but if 5 mk3 owners order that product we will produce it as standard.

Many thanks

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03 Feb 2019 19:33 #202477 by Soeley
Some of those sound really interesting, can't wait to start seeing some pictures and prices.

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03 Feb 2019 19:36 #202478 by reedx
I'm looking forward to seeing these products too.

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03 Feb 2019 19:50 #202480 by Lambert
The long range tank sounds interesting especially if it's transferable to the gen3 fairly easily. How much bigger is it than the 40l standard one?

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03 Feb 2019 19:58 #202481 by ParanoidIndustries
from the quick generative design approx 76litres

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03 Feb 2019 20:07 #202482 by Lambert
Ok so about double. What sort of money, ish?

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03 Feb 2019 20:10 #202483 by ParanoidIndustries
no pricing available yet, thanks
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03 Feb 2019 20:54 #202491 by Soeley
I'd only have to fill up once a fortnight with that :)

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05 Feb 2019 12:22 #202606 by TaterTot

Gadget wrote: Had these turn up today - £7.99 for ten from Amazon. Kayak D-ring fitments. Body is nylon plastic, with metal D-ring. Comes with 6mm bolts, so simple screw in. The D-ring is stiff in the plastic body, so won't rattle. Might benefit from a washer behind the body so they lie flat, as the side mounting points are recessed slightly. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07FN8X6YV/






How much can those anchors hold? Say you crash, into a lesser than soft moose, will that net manage to hold down my heap of hammers and spanners?

I do have a net in the back myself, on the shelf I built. It's there to hold my travel gear in place, even if I have an accident. That net is held in place by strong elastic cord, anchored to the frame of the car. I would hate to end with a cracked skull, from ballistic luggage.

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05 Feb 2019 12:28 #202608 by Lambert
Good point that. It's why all the heavy kit I carry is on the deck and secured there. I wouldn't trust anything more than a couple of coats to a net like that.

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05 Feb 2019 12:36 #202609 by Gadget
No idea and I'd definitely agree that it shouldn't be used for securing heavy loads. Most that I'll be stashing are some muddy boots or a couple of loaves of bread :)

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12 Feb 2019 18:15 #203058 by macmanaman
Hi all,

I would like to share the hooks that I have bought. I have not mounted yet, I want to use them to attach a custom fabric trunk when only one seat is used, that in my case is 95% of the time. Child seat always on.
I hope to build it as soon as possible.

Regards from Spain.

Yasorn 5-pack M6 anillo del ojo del perno inoxidable Tornillo de acero www.amazon.es/dp/B01KHGH2JI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_uuoEkONpk5UMH

I plan to mount them with a nylon washer or felt material.


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