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Newbie to Isuzu forum #1077984 05/01/15 10:52 PM
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jaybrian32 Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Hi all, been registered a while with a little Kia Sportage, anyways she's gone and I've replaced it with a Vauxhall Frontera Sport, (Isuzu Amigo)

Here's how she sat when I got her

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And here's how she sits now.
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Re: Newbie to Isuzu forum [Re: jaybrian32] #1077985 05/02/15 01:39 PM
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Nice looking rig! Welcome to the forum.

What have you done to the rig so far?


Jim Paget
88 YJ with a few changes

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Re: Newbie to Isuzu forum [Re: Jim_Paget] #1077986 05/02/15 02:13 PM
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Getting the Wheeling Fever
Hi, thanks, very happy with the look, so far she's had a 2" suspension lift on the rear,torsion bars cranked 1.5", 2" body lift, BF Goodrich MT's 33 12.50 15, custom roof mounted light bar and loads of repairs and maintenance, next mod is replacing the rotten tank guard with a Trooper item, much thicker steel.

Re: Newbie to Isuzu forum [Re: jaybrian32] #1077987 05/02/15 09:56 PM
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Welcome to the forum. Very nice vehicle; I like it better with the lift.
Year / km's / Engine type?
Looks like you have a light rack up on top, too.
Just curious, why did you remove the step-up bars?
How easy is it to get around Germans with a travel trailer? ;-)


[color:"white"] 04 Rodeo DI [/color] 75k mi, body damage on the 1st weekend I got it.
Re: Newbie to Isuzu forum [Re: Wayne] #1077988 05/03/15 12:03 AM
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jaybrian32 Offline OP
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Welcome to the forum. Very nice vehicle; I like it better with the lift.
Year / km's / Engine type?
Looks like you have a light rack up on top, too.
Just curious, why did you remove the step-up bars?
How easy is it to get around Germans with a travel trailer? ;-)


Hi, it's a 1998 model year, register for use in 1999, old 2.0 8v ohc opel motor, side step were removed as they looked stupid after the body lift. She does pretty well off road too. She currently has 111573 miles on the clock.
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