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Marty's bigLITTLE Blue Jimny

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20 Mar 2020 17:04 #220099 by MartyUK
Bought from a dealership in East Sussex and driven all the way back up to the sticks in Staffordshire last August.

Almost 10000 miles now and had no problems, fitted the 15in steel wheels and 215/80 R15 Yokohama Geolandars in November, they rub when reversing and on almost full lock, but that'll hopefully be solved when I get a around to fitting a suspension kit to it. Maybe this?




I've finally sourced some hub caps for the rear wheels, but I'll have to deal with the rust on the hubs first (and buy myself a jack and some stands).

This is the first car I truly feel like I want to run as long as possible, and I hope to learn as much as I can about modifications, maintenance, and more from you all.

Cheers.

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20 Mar 2020 18:17 #220103 by Lambert
Welcome to the forum. That looks well. Though anything covered in filth is always good.

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20 Mar 2020 19:23 #220106 by Soeley
Replied by Soeley on topic Marty's bigLITTLE Blue Jimny
Hi and welcome. That is the thing with a Jimny they look equally as good clean or dirty (unlike most cars), so when they are dirty you want to wash them, but when they are clean you want to go out and get it dirty :)

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26 Mar 2020 08:28 #220274 by Reason2doubt
Welcome to the forum! :)

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26 Mar 2020 20:15 #220295 by Max Headroom
A BIGJimny welcome to you from the Cotswold Hills!


IF IT AINT BROKE, KEEP FIXING IT UNTIL IT IS

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