Monstabishi

Driving a shiny 91 Delica Super Exceed? This is the section to show and tell!
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Post by monstabishi »

Just a few pics of the old Deli,[
one photo is before I fitted the flare kit,the bush limo is still going strong (19 yrs old) hope you like.


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Post by josh »

Beauty rig, I totally like it. Looks like it is fun to play in.

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Sweet, is it a five speed? What size rubber too?

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yeah lots of fun Josh,Kev it is a 5 speed and I'm running 31''x10.5''x15 Kumho road venture A/T's on 7''x15'' R.O.H trak 1 rims (Nissan Navara offset).


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Post by patty »

are those snow or mud tires?
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Hi Patty,tyres are A/T's ( all terrain ) not really aggresive enough for deep snow or deep mud,in your neck of the woods I would suggest Mud Terrain.


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Post by Adrock »

yeah dude, the mudders are awesome. Haven't had them on ice yet though, gonna be interesting for sure.
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sweet sweet ride
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Post by ynwa »

Yay, finally another L300 with stocker flares! :) Did you need to do any trimming anywhere to fit the 31's? I just have a sh**mix of 235's x 15's (70) but I wonder about the clearance.
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Post by Growlerbearnz »

Wow, is it zombie post month again already? 9 years on this one, must be a record? ;-)
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