You can now add the vehicles you own to your profile as little icons that appear in your profile and alongside your posts.
This is a bit of an experiment. Take a look under the "REWARDS" menu across the top of the screen for the vehicles "ADD/MODIFY" option.
Let me know how you get on.
This is my little Jimny. Had it for 3 days. Found lots of stuff I have to fix Well, there were some rust I didn't notice when I bought it. By the rear seat belts. Just bought a welder, so have to learn how to use it
On the way home, passing the arctic circle. Flew down to mid-Norway. Took about 10 hours to drive home.
Not done much yet. Started making stuff black!
2" lift. Trying to keep it road legal, and that is the only kit I have found with Tüv approval.
Mud terrain tyres.
Remove rear seats and build a dog cage.
I'm not a welder, so no solid tray. But a few bits and pieces here and there what will keep the battery in place when I strap it down.
Only had it for 2 weeks, but it is already my favourite car!
And here is a picture of the dog crate. It will be carpeted, and the door will be modified a bit. Also going to make a shelf over the plastic box, so I can add another. One for camping gear, and one for recovery gear. All will be easily removable. Not bringing the dog crate and camping gear when I go off roading every 2 months
And here is a couple of more pics from this weekends trip. Going on a little overlanding trip later this summer, so we're going out camping for one day and then we make lists on what we forgot and what would be nice to have. And when we get home, we put it in the camping box for the rear
Also went for a 1 week camping trip with my GF to Lofoten She called it luxury camping. Could fit lots of stuff in the car! Took the ferry to Moskenes and drove from Å, up to Svolvær and around back to Bodø
Even visited a viking museum. They had lots of items from old England and Scotland, from the times when Norwegians took the trip over the sea to rape and steal...
My Jimny is much nicer to drive now! Hoping that the whobble when breaking between 60 and 80km/h will be gone. Old rotors were pretty bad. Also one of the caliper glide pins were frozen solid.
Been a productive weekend getting the car ready for an off road event next weekend. Just have to get the bf goodrich tires that came in the mail put on my freshly painted rims
Both sides looked like this...
The dust shields were pretty roten. They crumbled into dust when they came off.. Next MOT is in january, and they aren't mandatory to have, but if you do have them, they must be in good condition.
The guide was correct. It smells!
A nice rear engine mount
I hate when new breaks squeel, so I am pretty generous with copper grease.