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Suzuki Jimny - Shooting Rest

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A few months after purchasing a Jimny Its now ready for some action!!!

 

I've had a roof mounted lamp with internal T-Bar fitted, rear seats removed and boarded out with plywood, rear windows vinyl wrapped with logo, Insa turbo tyres, snorkel fitted + K&N filter.

 

 

My friends just made me a gun rest which is brilliant.

 

 

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Looks a cracking little bus I know few lads that have sold big 4x4 s and got one of these and they very impressed with capabilities and cheap enough to run atb taffey

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Looks a cracking little bus I know few lads that have sold big 4x4 s and got one of these and they very impressed with capabilities and cheap enough to run atb taffey

Cheers Taffey, it's unbelievable off road it's made my life 10 times easier lol, I'm covering more land then ever in one night now, it goes anywhere.

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Fit Free wheeling hubs

No need .

Cheers, D.

There is if you don't want to rely on the vacuum hubs and associated pumps, electrics etc.

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Ran jimnys for 12 years with no need, plenty off road miles.

 

Cheers, D.

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A few months after purchasing a Jimny Its now ready for some action!!!

I've had a roof mounted lamp with internal T-Bar fitted, rear seats removed and boarded out with plywood, rear windows vinyl wrapped with logo, Insa turbo tyres, snorkel fitted + K&N filter.

My friends just made me a gun rest which is brilliant.

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It just doesn't look right to me . It's missing something

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MUD !!!!!!

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A few months after purchasing a Jimny Its now ready for some action!!!

I've had a roof mounted lamp with internal T-Bar fitted, rear seats removed and boarded out with plywood, rear windows vinyl wrapped with logo, Insa turbo tyres, snorkel fitted + K&N filter.

My friends just made me a gun rest which is brilliant.

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nice little truck misses wants one for her next motor, which I'm chuffed about, you may want a to conceal your phone number in the photo though
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Cracking little motors I'm going back to one and selling my Ford ranger.

 

What size are those tyres you fitted mate?

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Cracking little motors I'm going back to one and selling my Ford ranger.

 

What size are those tyres you fitted mate?

 

205/70/15 fitted mate, plenty of clearance without lifting etc :thumbs:

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I was a pro pest control operator here in New Zealand and the pest control board I worked for were the first board in New Zealand to use susuki 4 wheel drive vehicles. That was in the mid 1970s and the first two we got had two stroke motors I think they were 500cc and then a year later we got some susuki 410s that were 850cc up until then we were running landrovers

, but after the first susuki's we found the landrovers weren't as good off road for night shooting as they were cheaper to run and much better in soft paddocks. Quite a few pest boards in New Zealand started useing them when they seen what ours could do. They really are a great little truck.

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