Trump's 92 Land Cruiser HZJ77

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Engine:

- 1HZ (4.2L I-6 naturally aspirated diesel)

Suspension:

- Lifted 2-3" with Unknown Leaf springs, shackles, and shocks

Wheels & Tires:

- Sunraysia Steel wheels (16x7-30)
- BFGoodrich M/T KM2 255/85/16

Drivetrain/Steering/Brakes:

- H55F Manual transmission
- All Stock w/factory lockers

Navigation:

- Nexus 7 Tablet w/Backcountry Navigator offline maps
- Ram mount phone and Tab-tite Tablet mount
- Compass and maps

Accessories:

- TMT 76 Series roof rack
- OEM Style one piece snorkel
- Escape Gear Seat Covers
- Sandgrabba floor mats (75 Series no footrest Front / 76 Series Rear)
- 4x4 Engineering Quarter Panel Trim
- Blue Sea Systems 12/24v USB Outlet
- Pyle 24v to 12v step-down converter
- Soundstream Stealth ST4.1000D
- Doug's Tub

Lighting:

- J.W. Speaker 8700 Evolution 2 LED Headlights
- DEPO 24v LED Taillights
- Odd Iron Offroad Exterior and Interior LEDs

Future additions:

- 24v Fyrlyt Nemesis 9000's
- 24v Winch
- Intercooled Turbo setup
- Expedition1 Rear dual swingout bumper
- Expedition1 front bumper
- Updating factory odds and ends

More to follow.
 
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For those that don't know, Japan is rather strict on automotive health and this truck is no exception. It is a rather expensive vehicle to own and operate in this country. It is considered a luxury vehicle (laughable, considering the features on all new vehicles these days) this puts it in the most expensive classification for registering. Additionally, It will need to be inspected annually for serviceability rather than the 2 years given to almost every other passenger vehicle here. Long story short... I have a bit of time before this Cruiser gets delivered to me with a fresh inspection and tags so I can drive it. But, for those of you that like pictures, and for the sake of documenting them before the ad for this truck disappears:



















 
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I can't think of a reason NOT to bring it back.
In time, I'll be covering the drawbacks for people that might not understand. I know you are not one of those. You are already well aware of its shortcomings, but likely accepting of them... Me too.
 

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This will stay pretty mild as builds go. I don't want to over do it, but proper storage will be key. I'm also thinking in the direction of an OZtent.
 

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Finally have some movement on this as of a couple days ago. Although I'm still awaiting delivery, this Cruiser is now officially mine. I've already got parts inbound for it to help clean it up. That chrome tube rear bumper will be replaced with a quickness, and the stock tire carrier will be standing by until I have a spare to hang on it. I'm still in the hunt for a few other stock pieces, but will have most of those soon. As much as I hate chrome, the front pto winch bumper will probably be staying for a while... if nothing else, it's a suitable substitute for not having a tailgate. :D
 
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