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    Darn, so 33's not going to work on my 7,5J's ...

    And why you go post a link to MY tyres like that, you heartless.....

    I have a serious soft spot for those KL's
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Ja, also saw all those adds. I mentioned before I thought that guy wanting 18K was a bit "not well".

    The one for 5,5K looks good, but no idea what the ratio is, and he does not answer the email sent.
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    Het laasjaar n stel (voor en agter) plus t/c gekoop vir R1800
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfreesani View Post
    Strange, the guys tell me they can fit 31's on there.

    But I thought of holding them for a trailer.

    Reenen, wat praat jy nou. Gaan die 15" rims die probleem wees? Of die offset?

    Kan ons nie Tierod extension maak tot agter die as, dan wys hulle binnekant toe en is beskerm teen rotse. Ek nog altyd niks gehou van tierod wat voor die diff loop nie. Ek dink net herdop hierso.
    Die ofset, nissan wiele loop te binnetoe.
    Ek hou nie van tierods skuif nie, as jy wil, is welkom, tierod arms is die kern van jou stuur. Breek n homemade jobbie teen 130 km/h,, plus voorste tierod juis wat gaan werk op jou steering boks. Nissan sin gaan voor, probeer dit skuif en jy het jare se probleme om jou stuur gekonnekteer te kry. Nee wat, dit is iets wat ek nig nie eens genoem het nie, geen soliede as wat draglink agter sit gaan maklik konvert nie, do dana is uit. Nog n rede vir hilux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Het laasjaar n stel (voor en agter) plus t/c gekoop vir R1800
    Hey, dis ons prys, wat sommer twee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Het laasjaar n stel (voor en agter) plus t/c gekoop vir R1800
    Nie in Gauteng my maat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfreesani View Post
    And why you go post a link to MY tyres like that, you heartless.....

    I have a serious soft spot for those KL's
    Yes I know. Exactly why I posted that, so that you can't dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Die ofset, nissan wiele loop te binnetoe.
    Ek hou nie van tierods skuif nie, as jy wil, is welkom, tierod arms is die kern van jou stuur. Breek n homemade jobbie teen 130 km/h,, plus voorste tierod juis wat gaan werk op jou steering boks. Nissan sin gaan voor, probeer dit skuif en jy het jare se probleme om jou stuur gekonnekteer te kry. Nee wat, dit is iets wat ek nig nie eens genoem het nie, geen soliede as wat draglink agter sit gaan maklik konvert nie, do dana is uit. Nog n rede vir hilux.
    Soos ek sÍ, ek dink net hardop. Ek gaan elke geval seker nooit ry soos die mal Amerikaners wat ek sien wat tie rods en Dana's breek op klippe wat groter is as die kar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Yes I know. Exactly why I posted that, so that you can't dream.
    Not sure how, but I ended up with three of those tyres left out of the set I had. They should also still be stacked there by you, but now hitting six years of age. May actually be one or two that are OK for a trailer
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    Did some quick measurements as it was getting dark under the car in my driveway.

    From engine block where it bolts onto the bell housing to the end at prop shaft input is 1100mm, further 400mm to edge of diesel tank mounting brackets, This then gives us total of 1500mm space to fit whatever we need to fit between tank and engine block with three cross members of various description’s.

    Centre cross member is the one that holds the torsion bars in place and is bolt on. Forward member is actually more a diff member with the rubber hangers onto the chassis to hold the diff and side shaft to the right in place.
    Rear member is where the centre bearing usually sits.

    SUMP
    Space between sump and chassis member on driver side that runs from front to back is 40mm (prop shaft = 80mm). That however does not seem to be a problem as the pinion and good portion of the pumpkin will have to pass under the sump anyway to keep the wheel base the same as it is.

    Present centre of the hub is 360mm from the ground. How much does the diff protrude above the centre of the drive tube? Nissan diff at the back is 140mm high from tube centre to top of pumpkin.

    Height of the sump off the ground is 310mm. So what do we need as clearance between sump and diff to allow enough space for upward suspension travel? Think I heard 4” or 100mm, personally I think it may need to be more.

    So to clear the sump we need the 140+100 and then the centre tube height of 360 = 600mm. 600mm off the present 310 sump height = 290mm lift.

    I will go have a look tomorrow and see what other sumps fit that block along with the pickup. My original concern of prop shaft going through a small space between chassis and sump turned out to be a non-issue. Seems our bigger problem is getting the sump flatter in the front to give us space for the diff to move up.

    My wife nearly fell on her back when she saw the lift and how high the floor will be for them to get into the car. If we can pull that sump in by about 150mm, we can drop the lift back by about 100mm and give ourselves a total of 150mm for suspension travel.
    Last edited by bfreesani; 2014/10/13 at 08:10 PM.
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    Jy sal verbaas wees oor hoe min die dif beweeg. Sal more fotos post van myne se gapsvan bumpstops. Bietjie binne beteken baie buite. Ek kry masive artikulasie uit n skokbreker wat vervang is met n golfie agterstrut. Dink die travel op daai shock is totaal seker 300mm, dus 150 op en 150 af
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    Met die coil over "hoops" wat ek nou het, het ek gedink ek gaan so 600 lange shocks daar kan in pas. Maar dit was voor ek die ding met amper 300 moes lig. Nou sit ek al op 900 lange shocks
    David/Hillbilly - 1997 SFA Nissan Sani 2,7 TD - 5" lift on 33" tires - Dual Transfer with 4.1 gears

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    David just do it, solve the problems as they come. Reverting a sump is no big deal as Reenen said in an other post. Maybe there are Nissans out there using the right sump as you say.

    One of the reasons I prefer American 4x4`s they have solved all these small niggles in one way or an other.

    The up and down movement on a diff is not as much as you think.

    Rear lift can be achieved with lift blocks, longer shackles and re-arching the springs.
    It is not what you buy its what you build.

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    Ek dog ek se maar net ! het vandag oor twee safari diffs geval, daar was ook 'n los Nissan TC , die een wat met die kort connecting prop werk. As jy belangstel laat weet.
    Ook vir jou 'n Dana 27 gekry , complete .
    Ek het ook nog een of twee van daai staal rims Mahala vir die eerste ou wat hulle kom haal.

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    O en voor ek vergeet , ek het vir jou 2 coilovers vir die Nissan , nog van my Rally bakkie af . Fox of ratflow's as ek reg is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    David just do it, solve the problems as they come. Reverting a sump is no big deal as Reenen said in an other post. Maybe there are Nissans out there using the right sump as you say.

    One of the reasons I prefer American 4x4`s they have solved all these small niggles in one way or an other.

    The up and down movement on a diff is not as much as you think.

    Rear lift can be achieved with lift blocks, longer shackles and re-arching the springs.
    Stem saam, stop meet en pas, doen net. Sal verbaas wees hoe maklik n "probleem" verander in n nietigheid.

    Op die patrol se as is de clearance bitter min, baie minder as op my SFA hardbody, want ek het gedink, soos jy nou, dat mens baie nodig het. Nou sit ek met n lift en spasie vir dif om tebeweeg wat dit nie nodig is nie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DVR View Post
    Ek dog ek se maar net ! het vandag oor twee safari diffs geval, daar was ook 'n los Nissan TC , die een wat met die kort connecting prop werk. As jy belangstel laat weet.
    Ook vir jou 'n Dana 27 gekry , complete .
    Ek het ook nog een of twee van daai staal rims Mahala vir die eerste ou wat hulle kom haal.
    Dirk het dalk die regte oplossing.

    Die Safari diffs is dieselfde as die ou G-60 Patrol, die v8 in my Patrol kon hul nog nie in 30 jaar breek nie. Ek het ook nog `n Patrol G60 twin stick gear driven transfer case ( so iets van `n Dana / spicer copy).
    Praat as julle dit kan gebruik . Hy is verniet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DVR View Post
    Ek dog ek se maar net ! het vandag oor twee safari diffs geval, daar was ook 'n los Nissan TC , die een wat met die kort connecting prop werk. As jy belangstel laat weet.
    Ook vir jou 'n Dana 27 gekry , complete .
    Ek het ook nog een of twee van daai staal rims Mahala vir die eerste ou wat hulle kom haal.
    Daars hy
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    Quote Originally Posted by grips View Post
    Dirk het dalk die regte oplossing.

    Die Safari diffs is dieselfde as die ou G-60 Patrol, die v8 in my Patrol kon hul nog nie in 30 jaar breek nie. Ek het ook nog `n Patrol G60 twin stick gear driven transfer case ( so iets van `n Dana / spicer copy).
    Praat as julle dit kan gebruik . Hy is verniet.
    Ek sien ek sal binnekort in my bakkie moet klim en parys toe ry vir n conversion....
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    Dankie manne. Ek more oggend op my pc weer al die posts deur gaan en vir julle vrae he oor die goed hier genoem.

    Die tik op die foon werk nie so lekker nie.
    David/Hillbilly - 1997 SFA Nissan Sani 2,7 TD - 5" lift on 33" tires - Dual Transfer with 4.1 gears

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