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Old 05-24-2020, 03:23 PM #106
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Nice work and nice truck! Might consider putting a rubber boot over your positive battery terminal.
Yes, it's true. It's one of those simple but important things i have to do. Like many other small stuff.

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Also check behind the bumper on you rear quarters if you haven't, that's usually the first area to rust but impossible to spot without pulling the bumper corners.
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*i have to do something about that exhaust-pipe...


That is the last rust-spot on the entire vehicle.
The rear bumper was removed 7 weeks ago because i wanted to install one with a swignout arm but then some virus happend... I'm driving without a bumper ever since... If all goes well, i get the new bumper next week. (fingers crossed)

We (a few friends and i) actually just use WD40 and spray the entire underbody with it twice a year. Just before and after the winter. And we use alot of it. We literally take a shower of WD40 while standing under the car wearing dust-masks. Our government-officials at car-centra don't like permanent undercoutings because they can't see what's underneath. And i don't like it either because they start hammering your chassis all over the place









The inside of the rear fenders can be reached by removing the small cargo-panel/box. I modified them so i can take them out without removing the entire sidepanels.

I read your post and i'm now converting it to the metric system The inside of the doorpanels is something i'm also afraid of. There are two small draining holes at the bottom that i use to apply WD40 but i feel i might use something more permanent there.
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Old 05-30-2020, 03:55 PM #107
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Coolbox is sort of finished...





We tested it @ 25C outside temp (inside was hotter) and it was cold but not as cold out dometic compressor-fridge. But that's ok.

Now i need to connect the wires as i'm not using the cigarette plug. This will be wired to a switch and the secondary battery.

And because of this new middle console the USB charger has to be relocated so i still have some little work to do.
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I know it has been a few years but I recently purchased the same truck. Mine is 89 right hand drive from Japan and only 99k km on the clock. I'd love to pick your brain a bit. I have two other 3rd gens , a 99 and a 98 both with 6 cylinder gas engine.
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Your '89 is also a 2LT diesel?
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