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South African jimny Build

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31 Mar 2020 09:31 - 01 Apr 2020 10:18 #220497 by Snazzy321
Items added.
BF Goodridge 235/75R15
20mm Wheel Spacers
Wilddog Front and rear metal replacement bumpers
Frontrunner Roof rack
Frontrunner Ladder
Hella 45W LED Lights
Shinga Car Seat Covers
Smash and Grab Window tint
Sound upgrade 100w underseat Subwoofer and tweeters
Sound Upgrade Pioneer 9" Speakers front and back
Center arm rest
Rubber floor mats
Dashcam front and back
Reverse Camera
Small internal Fridge cooler
Cargo Net
Exhaust Tip
Rear roof Wrap (Grey)
3l Plastic Jerrycan








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31 Mar 2020 12:51 #220502 by sniper
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Welcome Snazzy, nice car, even nicer scenery....

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31 Mar 2020 13:46 #220506 by Soeley
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Hello and welcome, I like the rear wrap, colour scheme look great. Nice additions also.
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31 Mar 2020 18:40 #220526 by RumbleAndSway
Awesome, car, scenery, country.
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31 Mar 2020 21:09 #220530 by Scimike
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Hi and welcome.
Jimny looks perfect in that landscape. Lucky enough to work for a short time in South Africa, loved every moment I got to drive and see the scenery, perfect play ground for a Jimny.
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31 Mar 2020 21:52 #220532 by Dunders
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Nice Snazzy - great looking car and I like what you’ve done with the back and the mods are just right.

I’m also from South Africa now living in Scotland. I saw so many Jimnys around when I last visited.
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01 Apr 2020 00:34 #220533 by Daniel30
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Very nice car, mods and scenery :)
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01 Apr 2020 20:55 #220552 by RainerK
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Looks great!
If you drive through water, maybe you might want to add diff breathers.
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02 Apr 2020 16:16 #220584 by Snazzy321
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What exactly do they do? Ill read up a bit

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02 Apr 2020 17:53 - 02 Apr 2020 18:02 #220589 by Scimike
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They reduce the possibility of water being drawn into the differential if you wade in deep water.

The differential heats up with use and any air inside expands and is expelled through a cheap one way valve on the top. When you drive into water you rapidly cool the differential, this causes a negative pressure inside that attempts to suck air (or water) back in. The breather kit replaces the one way valve allowing the differential to vent directly to atmosphere, and when the time comes to suck air back via a high mounted tube. It does this quickly, thus reducing the negative pressure while the axle is under water and the possible ingress of water.
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02 Apr 2020 18:35 #220593 by Daniel30
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Where did you mount the 9" speakers? Have you got a picture? :)

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