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  1. SouthIslandPajero93

    Post your Mitsubishi Pajero Pics

    Just posted this in the Marks Gears Chat, but figured I would post it here too cause it was fun!
  2. SouthIslandPajero93

    Marks4WD Gears - 2.7 vs 3.15 in 5MT/Diesel

    Also incase you wonder what i mean when I say we went down a river bed. We were mostly looking to find a nice spot to drink a beer by the water in the shade. ha ha.
  3. SouthIslandPajero93

    Marks4WD Gears - 2.7 vs 3.15 in 5MT/Diesel

    Hi there, finally got offroad with the new gears. First test was down a riverbed so mostly fairly flat with moderate banks to climb up and down. The gearing is certainly much lower than what I had previously. First gear in most of the conditions today was unusable. Which is a good thing cause...
  4. SouthIslandPajero93

    Post your Mitsubishi Pajero Pics

    Good looking rig. I like the wheels, dont see many cool steel wheels on rigs from the states. The old pajero is sure good for getting the young ones out into the good spots!
  5. SouthIslandPajero93

    Marks4WD Gears - 2.7 vs 3.15 in 5MT/Diesel

    I just got some of the 2.7s for my manual 2.8td Pajero. I based my buying on the same things you have talked about. Also the 3.15s sound like a real head ache to get in. My gears should be installed by the end of the week. So fingers crossed i made the right descision too! To round out the...
  6. SouthIslandPajero93

    Post your Mitsubishi Pajero Pics

    Thanks man, it does most everything I need it to! Its got a 2.8l turbo diesel motor. And the wheels are 15x8" negative 22 offset. Tire size is 33x12.5xr15. Good set up for what I want to do.
  7. SouthIslandPajero93

    Post your Mitsubishi Pajero Pics

    Sorry for the late reply here. Havent been on for a little bit. Anyway, down here in New Zealand the way many people are doing a suspension lift is to use factory rear springs from a Nissan Safari/Patrol. They fit perfectly and give about a 2.5 inch lift and a higher spring rate. And they are...
  8. SouthIslandPajero93

    SONICMASD's 98 Montero LS Build & Adventure Thread: Black Betty

    What does your bed frame screw into? Are you using the bolt holes on the wheel arches where the 3rd row seats used to bolt too? I have something similar, but I have used legs to support the bed frame which is fine but they kind of cut into my storage space. Yours looks quite nice!
  9. SouthIslandPajero93

    Post your Mitsubishi Pajero Pics

    A few images from a recent trip around the south part of the south island of New Zealand. Some beautiful country down here. And lots of Pajeros! My rig is a 93 turbo diesel 4m40, manual, factory locker, 60mm suspension lift, 33s, 4.9 gearing, winch, rated recovery points..... etc
  10. SouthIslandPajero93

    High Lift jack points Gen 2 DIY

    Has anyone made some High Lift Jack points for their Gen 2? I have a front bar that I can jack from in the front, but the rear doesnt have anything that seems all that robust. I already have some wheel lift adaptors, but it seems like the ease of just sliding the jack under the vehicle would be...
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