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Ok lets start the collecton.....
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Err JB you could have started by ....well starting

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spotted in Syd/city and just had to take a few snaps and share this immaculate Wagon' .. enjoy!

if it belongs to a member.. well done!













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Seen this one occasionally towing a big boat. Unbelievable condition. Met the dudes son in law this morning. Said that his FIL is the original owner and it doesn't get much use these days. They had to rebuild the engine a little while back because it sat too long without a run!! Sorry only crap phone photos but you get the idea. Wonder if he is willing to part with it... might plant the seed.

BTW...That '65 above is just unbeatable.
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Ok heres my J20 I picked up last week, if my restoration goes well I hope to be camping in the back of it at Coffs in 08.
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I did another thread on it, but here's the (basically) finished rig.........for now anyway.



Basic stuff is standard, but only after lots of cleaning up and getting back to working order.

2 and a bit inch spring lift, 2 in body lift, 33's, 4.1 ratios and some other stuff. Rancho 9000's too.

Future plans.........new 360 (or 401) with more grunt, bigger lift, ratios out to 4.56 or 4.88, 35's plus. maybe. But for now drive it.
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Where did you get your ratios from? Is it still D44 and AMC20
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Where did you get your ratios from? Is it still D44 and AMC20
http://stores.ebay.com.au/Discount-Gearing

I have got stuff from this bloke.
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TW had second hand 4.1 R & P sets to suit D44 and AMC 20. Cheep! So yes, std diff housings al la factory set up. AMC 20 is strong enough, but will keep an eye on axles etc. If it gives drama's in the future D60 is on standby.

Sort of helped me to decide what ratio's to run too, for now. Sure better than 3.3's, or lashing $500 an end.

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