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BigJimny Meet - 2020 (01 Nov 2019)


Its the big one! The 50th Anniversary of the Jimny.

17th May 2020

Parkwood (Tong - near Leeds)

£35

BOOKING OPEN - CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Event details are HERE

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02 Nov 2010 08:14 #5657 by kirkynut
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It almost looks too shiney to off road - but so did mine and the guilt has gone now!

I would suggest the Off Road Armory 4.5 inch kit with the arms and all the kit you need as when you tot up the bits on their own it doesn't seem too expensive.

Also, we all end up wanting more, like bigger tyres as time goes on once you have a Rocklobster etc. So buying the bigger lift begins to make more sense.

Just remember to go wider with spacers of offset wheels to keep it stable.

Kirkynut

The underdog often starts the fight, and occasionally the upper dog deserves to win - Edgar Watson Howe.

My Jimny Thread Here: www.bigjimny.com/index.php/forum/8-my-ji...on-continues?start=0

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02 Nov 2010 19:36 #5675 by Bigchridy
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kirkynut wrote: It almost looks too shiney to off road - but so did mine and the guilt has gone now!

I would suggest the Off Road Armory 4.5 inch kit with the arms and all the kit you need as when you tot up the bits on their own it doesn't seem too expensive.

Also, we all end up wanting more, like bigger tyres as time goes on once you have a Rocklobster etc. So buying the bigger lift begins to make more sense.

Just remember to go wider with spacers of offset wheels to keep it stable.

Kirkynut

It wont be shiney for long!

I've been looking at the off road armory stuff but wasnt sure which lift to go for. 3" or 4.5". If I want the whole lot at once I will have to wait till I sell the Disco as I dont have the funds at the moment. :(

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02 Nov 2010 20:47 #5677 by darthloachie
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go for 4.5" - you'll only regret it if you don't :evil:

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