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NZMarkb's Toyota Hilux SR5Dual Cab

 

• Make:

 

Toyota

• Model:

 

Hilux

• Series:

 

SR5Dual Cab

• Year:

 

2013

• Transmission:

 

Auto

• Owned since:

 

03/13

• Location :

 

Auckland NZ

 

Modifications

16 inch Mud Grips (Copper SST's)
Steel rims (Black)
Front 2 inch lift
Rear 1 inch lift
MCC Bar and rock sliders , side bars
12000lb Runva winch
Wettie seat covers
GME UHF
Hard lid and sports bar
Snorkel
Dual battery's
12v outlet in tray for my Engel

Gathering a few bush pinstripes
Steinbauer module
Bonnet gas struts
MCC Rear bar
More pin stripes :)
2x 200mm LED rear facing Lights (Under sports bar)
LED strip lights under hard lid
Rear E Locker
9 inch LED spoties
Sump guard and skid plate
Rear seat Mod
LED reverse lights in rear bar

 

Future Modifications

 

3 inch exhaust ?
Install the diff breathers sitting on my bench

 

 

Other info:

 

 
 

 

 
 

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lawny

 

Comment:

14/07/18  

Nice Bikes !! really cool.


joshwheelans

 

Comment:

07/02/16  

hi man, just wondering if i could get some photos of your hilux? i have same one and would love to see what you have done to it and how it looks? also did you do a body lift? did you have to extend the steering arms? Thnaks


NZMarkb

 

Comment:

21/11/13  

I think they were about 35mm and gave it a 50 mm lift at the wheel, they are made by a local guy over here


mattmeade91

 

Comment:

20/11/13  

Hey mate, how big are the spacers on the front? I'm devistated they didn't fit my 2013 sr5


NZMarkb

 

Comment:

17/11/13  

Hi Mate sorry for not getting back to you sooner, I have spacers on the front and custom shackles on the rear done by a bloke here in Auckland ( cost about $259 Kiwi from memory)


Anthony88

 

Comment:

14/11/13  

Hey mate, quick question about your lift! Iv been to many susp places here in perth and they have all said its 2" or nothing basicly, but i want 2" front and 1" back, could you shed some light on products used and/or ur susp set up? Cheers mate



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