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Holmar's Jimny from Iceland

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29 Nov 2012 11:25 - 08 Mar 2017 08:46 #54425 by HolmarH
Hi my name is Hólmar, from Iceland, and here are few pics of my jimny.

Specs:

6 cm body lift, 4 cm spring lift.
36x14,5 R 15 10'' Gumbo mudder
Fini air compressor
Webasto heater
Side lights
Larger exhaust system
K&N air filter
Two batteries
Homemade snorkel.
Toyota hilux front axle with LSD lock
Toyota Land cruiser 70 rear axle also with LSD lock. Soon to be air lockers in front and rear.
Brakes from a 1995 4runner.
Diff ratios are 4.3 soon to be 5.29
The Rocklobster has been taken out of the jimny because it is way too weak. The original T box is in it now and still works great, on road /off road.

Top speed is about 120 km/h and the fuel economy is about 11 liters per 100 km.



When i got it..


Toy axels and 33x12,5 R15, 10'' wide BF goodrich not big enough for me...




Vitara 36'' Jimny 33'' and the white Jimny 35'' original axles. Works great. No problems.




This is how it looks today. 36x14,5 R 15 10'' wide... I haven't decided what rims I'm going to run, the 10'' works fine.








Jimny H25A V6 2.5 , Yota axles, 38'' tires.

My Jimny thread
www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum?view=to...d=47657&limitstart=0
Last edit: 08 Mar 2017 08:46 by HolmarH.
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29 Nov 2012 11:30 #54426 by Tadpole
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A very warm welcome to this fine forum it’s good to have you join us ………………….… ;)
Thanks for sharing the fantastic photographs, what a place to own a ‘Jimmy’ .... :ohmy:

I've just found what I was looking for, it was where I left it ...

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29 Nov 2012 12:15 #54427 by Skinhead
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That looks super! Where did you get the wheel arches? How does the standard transfer box run those tyres????

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29 Nov 2012 13:51 #54429 by Laminak
Replied by Laminak on topic Holmar's Jimny from Iceland
Hi & welcome here B)

I like your jimny... It looks marvellous :woohoo:

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Jimny Cab 2001 1.3 SOHC - Green Filter - Snorkel - INSA TURBO 205/70 R15 - Jimnybits 2" lift kit

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29 Nov 2012 15:01 #54430 by Dan_w
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Hi Holmar

Welcome to the forum That is one fantastic Jimny you have there, you gotta love those tyres. I think one of the guys here posted a video of it up recently, great to see some more pics and details about it.

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29 Nov 2012 16:52 #54434 by Halford
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Hi Hólmar
B) lovely truck, welcome along
;)

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29 Nov 2012 16:55 #54435 by Sponnie
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Hi Holmar

Thanks for sharing pictures and the spec of this amzing Jimny. I would love to be where you took those pictures.

Please dont stop posting all the tiny details about this baby! Pics of the heater system, on board air and what's the bee air thing?? Babble babble dribble dribble.....

Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk 2

DID HAVE! - ORA bumpers, 4.5" lift kit and radius arms, 4.16 Rocklobster, 33" MT Claw's, . Warn 9.5 XP. Now looking for new proj.

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29 Nov 2012 17:26 #54437 by VAXXi
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Awesome mini-monster truck, knew it from other forums :)

Welcome !

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29 Nov 2012 17:36 - 29 Nov 2012 17:37 #54439 by GuardianAngel
Hi, is this yours? I posted this video a few days ago in another BJ thread.



Great looking Jimny. Having been to Iceland three times, I know how fantastic it is for off roading. I went on a 4x4 safari back in 2001 in a Toyota with balloon tyres, good times!

Will definitely be going back some time. What part of Iceland are you from?

Marix Puma 215/75/15 MT's|2" lift|ORA radius arm guards|Fixed hubs|Asfir fuel tank guard|JB Tbox guard|K & N filter|ORA winch plate
Last edit: 29 Nov 2012 17:37 by GuardianAngel. Reason: Corrected stuff!

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29 Nov 2012 17:48 #54444 by SOTA
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Welcome!

Loving the subtle bumper trimming and massive wheel arches, very neatly done. :)

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29 Nov 2012 19:12 - 29 Nov 2012 19:34 #54452 by nicho
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hope you dont mined me adding these i had them saved









this is the best jimny ive seen online

03 plate, + 2 inch kap springs, es3000 shocks, offset wheels, Malatesta Kaiman 215 80 15s, rear shock relocators. k&n pannel filter.trimmed arches and bumpers.big jimny shock nuts bolts.disco steering damper.
Last edit: 29 Nov 2012 19:34 by nicho.

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29 Nov 2012 20:03 #54458 by renard38
hi and welcome ;)

impressive jimny !

Jimny JLX 2004, ジムニー JB43
préparation Méasson: suspension + 7 cm, body + 7 cm, colonne direction rallongée, boite courte 4.16 avec blindage, coquilles de ponts, tirants de ponts jimnybits avant avec caster corrigée
pneux BF goodrich mud terrain 235-75-15

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