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The Pajero fix up

#1 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 11:59 am

Well as if the 'Rust Bucket' wasn't enough I have the Pajero to do a few jobs to as well.
With this thread I hope to outline the similarities to its big brother the L200, being in this case the one I have is the small 2.5 TD with K74/4D56 engine and not the 2.8TD.
It's already been useful to me as I needed front hubs for my L200 and they went straight on no probs, same shafts.(I keep the Paj at KORC for now)
So its J reg 1991- 2.5TD - SWB - 'Winter Pack'(twin battery set up)
First list of jobs:
New clutch kit - £80
New batteries - £114
Tyres and rims -have them ready to go on
Snorkle - ready to go on
Oh! And put hubs back on lol.

Hope this will get me started with it and see from there what else it will need


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#2 by Gezza , Sun Nov 16, 2014 12:08 pm

Manual or auto?


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#3 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 1:05 pm

Quote: Gezza wrote in post #2
Manual or auto?


Hi @Gezza its a manual mate gonna put some pics up in a min.


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#4 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 1:19 pm

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just a few pics of it, same engine layout as you can see.


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#5 by woody13 , Sun Nov 16, 2014 1:49 pm

Looks tidy enough....


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#6 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 2:40 pm

Quote: woody13 wrote in post #5
Looks tidy enough....


It's ok for Kirton @Woody13, just getting tyres on the rims I got off you as I post this bud.


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#7 by woody13 , Sun Nov 16, 2014 3:12 pm

Are ya gonna trailer it about for off-roading or is it just for occasional use when ya truck is'nt available..


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#8 by Gezza , Sun Nov 16, 2014 3:41 pm

I didn't realise super select went back to the early 90's


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#9 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 5:13 pm

Quote: woody13 wrote in post #7
Are ya gonna trailer it about for off-roading or is it just for occasional use when ya truck is'nt available..


No @woody13 il be using it on road too. And if the rust bucket is anything to go by I think il be using the Paj more often lol.
Don't even know what super select is @Gezza Gezza? Is it a good thing and what is advantage if any?


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#10 by bart , Sun Nov 16, 2014 5:59 pm

Quote: Gezza wrote in post #8
I didn't realise super select went back to the early 90's


I had a 91 (H reg) lwb that had the super select. Excellent system and the bonus of throwing it in 4wd on any surface


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#11 by bart , Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:02 pm

Quote: Antonio wrote in post #9
Quote: woody13 wrote in post #7
Are ya gonna trailer it about for off-roading or is it just for occasional use when ya truck is'nt available..


No @woody13 il be using it on road too. And if the rust bucket is anything to go by I think il be using the Paj more often lol.
Don't even know what super select is @Gezza Gezza? Is it a good thing and what is advantage if any?


One of the big advantages is you can drive it on tarmac while it is in 4wd without the risk of diff wind up and you can even select 4wd while you are driving along if the road suddenly becomes slippy


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#12 by Gezza , Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:14 pm

What Bart said.
Most prams above 4 work/life spec use this system


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#13 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:35 pm

Thanks for the replies @Gezza and @bart did the one you had have dual mass flywheel clutch? Got some saying mine has and some saying it Don't?


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#14 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:43 pm

Found an article on super select, can 4wd on tarmac due to having viscous coupling, and 4wd off road locking torque converter. Sounds like I picked up a good machine if all works well.


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#15 by krutly , Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:23 pm

it does make you wonder why they never fitted super select to the classics doesn't it ?


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#16 by bart , Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:36 pm

No DMF on the one i had and i dont think any 2.5 paj has one.


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#17 by ronniecabers , Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:38 pm

Quote: krutly wrote in post #15
it does make you wonder why they never fitted super select to the classics doesn't it ?


If the paj has the same engine...can the super select be moved to the L200??


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#18 by Antonio , Sun Nov 16, 2014 10:43 pm

Quote: ronniecabers wrote in post #17
Quote: krutly wrote in post #15
it does make you wonder why they never fitted super select to the classics doesn't it ?


If the paj has the same engine...can the super select be moved to the L200??


il have to take a closer look when I get the chance to see if they are the same boxes.


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Snorkel........OH!! and lots of rust.
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RE: The Pajero fix up

#19 by McK , Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:56 pm

Quote: Antonio wrote in post #1
Well as if the 'Rust Bucket' wasn't enough I have the Pajero to do a few jobs to as well.
With this thread I hope to outline the similarities to its big brother the L200, being in this case the one I have is the small 2.5 TD with K74/4D56 engine and not the 2.8TD.
It's already been useful to me as I needed front hubs for my L200 and they went straight on no probs, same shafts.(I keep the Paj at KORC for now)
So its J reg 1991- 2.5TD - SWB - 'Winter Pack'(twin battery set up)
First list of jobs:
New clutch kit - £80
New batteries - £114
Tyres and rims -have them ready to go on
Snorkle - ready to go on
Oh! And put hubs back on lol.

Hope this will get me started with it and see from there what else it will need




Take the body off and bin it, then tube the whole thing letting you stick any size tyre on you like

Make monster toy and tow it to Kirkton

One day I will build similar


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#20 by Antonio , Wed Nov 26, 2014 2:45 pm

Quote: McK wrote in post #19
Quote: Antonio wrote in post #1
Well as if the 'Rust Bucket' wasn't enough I have the Pajero to do a few jobs to as well.
With this thread I hope to outline the similarities to its big brother the L200, being in this case the one I have is the small 2.5 TD with K74/4D56 engine and not the 2.8TD.
It's already been useful to me as I needed front hubs for my L200 and they went straight on no probs, same shafts.(I keep the Paj at KORC for now)
So its J reg 1991- 2.5TD - SWB - 'Winter Pack'(twin battery set up)
First list of jobs:
New clutch kit - £80
New batteries - £114
Tyres and rims -have them ready to go on
Snorkle - ready to go on
Oh! And put hubs back on lol.

Hope this will get me started with it and see from there what else it will need




Take the body off and bin it, then tube the whole thing letting you stick any size tyre on you like

Make monster toy and tow it to Kirkton

One day I will build similar





This has been on my mind since you posted it @McK il see if it all works well and would be a good base to work off, and take it from there


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Snorkel........OH!! and lots of rust.
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RE: The Pajero fix up

#21 by Gezza , Wed Nov 26, 2014 6:51 pm

You've said it now...good man.
This would be an awesome achievement


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#22 by woody13 , Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:13 pm

And fit a huge V8.......


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#23 by Woody , Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:40 pm

And you know a genius Engineer who could help ;)


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#24 by woody13 , Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:41 pm

Is that genius or insane...


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RE: The Pajero fix up

#25 by Woody , Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:43 pm

One goes with the other and you know it!!!!!!! ;)


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