Thanks to Wannes for sending inÂ these pictures ofÂ hisÂ fully modified Jimny from Belgium. This is particularly interesting as it does not use the normal RhinoRay/KAP/Offroad-Armory components that most British Jimnys use. Its really good to see Jimnys from overseas - come on send in pictures of yours!
Jamie Crossley is about to lift his 2007 Jimny. He has sent in a few pictures to show the "before" state of the Jimny. Of particular interest in these pictures is the different chassis ends on the later Jimnys visible in the pictures. It has Maxxis Trepador 250/75/15 tyres on it and re-inforced transfer box mounts.
Watch this space for the lift to occur!
The net cost me Â£6.31 from ebay (including postage) and I've used about 1/4 of what I bought, the bungee cord came with the net. The little tabs are made from cheap nylon webbing, to make 8 of them used about 1.5ft of strap. By taking the door card off I was able to drill through and use washers on the back side to give the whole assembly a lot more strength, which I hope will prevent the nuts from pulling through the plastic door card. It's ideal for holding waterproofs, hi-vis vests, gloves, shopping bags etc, and they will fold flat into the door if the boot is full of other stuff