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Looks good with the lift and tyres.J.mohi
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Looks great, if you didn’t know better you’d expect this to be the factory height. Those strut plates have changed a little to what I was supplied.


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Na mate, I am on a 2inch lift and just added the plates. I get the car does looks low from the angle I took the photo but 50mm lift was the first mod I did.
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Na mate, I am on a 2inch lift and just added the plates. I get the car does looks low from the angle I took the photo but 50mm lift was the first mod I did.


I was meaning that at the new height you’d think it was factory and any lower would be modified. They are stupid low to begin with.
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It's been awhile since I've been on here. I'll be able to binge a bit on mod threads I hope.

Today I installed my auto tranny cooler and fan. I'm off to Dirk Hartog Island and as always I will be towing, hence getting the cooler in!

Photos should show 1 up on ramps with Uneek bash plate off. 2) the hot side tranny line with shinny nut in centre furthest from sight depth wise. Note the bottom cooler at front of vehicle is power steering cooler. 3) aux cooler mounting 4) finished installed...80watt fan is a beast in there. If we could upload videos it would be great to show.
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Not sure I was very clear in my description. I put some scribbles on the pic. Hope it helps someone.
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Great write up mate, i have bought a new cooler and been dreading on how hard is it to install by myself. Did you add more oil once you were done.
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Great write up mate, i have bought a new cooler and been dreading on how hard is it to install by myself. Did you add more oil once you were done.
Hey mate,

Yeah it didn't need a lot more, maybe 300ml to get it to recommended level. I did however compress the new braided lines with the bash plate, not enough room under there. I noticed this straight away so the transmission was not run with the lin es compressed.

So I removed the bash plate again and used a hole saw to cut some space out of the plastic board that the AC cooler bolts to. I then rechecked the level of ATF and it was now too much.

To fix that I pulled the new hot side tranny line off the new cooler and put it into a container. Then I turned on the ignition for a second or two and pumped out the excess till I was on the exact required level. Worked well.
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