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Re: Welcome: Please read

Post by Anton » Sun Oct 06, 2019 10:10 pm

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1985 SJ413VX (SJ50V) with SPOA, rear disc brakes, 31x10.5R15 Kaiman Malatesta tyres, an MOT and a lot left to do!

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Re:I have a1987SJ413 Welcome: Please read

Post by albarb39 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:13 pm

Hi I have just joined the club ( was in the original Rihno Club) still not sure how to navigate your club web site! I would like to ask if any member has rubber covers for the headlight bulb holders,
I am told the part No 35179-72600-000 My username is albarb39 thanks.

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Post by Mjmj » Thu Jul 23, 2020 10:49 am

Hi Scottie,
I absolutely treasure my Jimny. Its the best car I've ever had. There are lots of questions I would like to ask about bumpers and bodywork etc. Please can I have access ??
Thank you :) x

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Post by timwilks13 » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:48 pm

Mjmj wrote:
Thu Jul 23, 2020 10:49 am
Hi Scottie,
I absolutely treasure my Jimny. Its the best car I've ever had. There are lots of questions I would like to ask about bumpers and bodywork etc. Please can I have access ??
Thank you :) x
Access to what? You should be able to see all the whole body section viewforum.php?f=10
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Post by Elessar1971 » Sun Sep 13, 2020 5:08 pm

Hi to everyone.
I have purchased my first green laning machine, a 2000 plate 1.6 suzuki vitara, I wish I had found this hobby 20 years ago cos it's awesome fun.
It is absolute standard model with A,T tyres and has so far handled everything and more than my oppos defender.
I look forward to getting to know your site.

Regards
Aragorn

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Post by satdiver56 » Wed Dec 02, 2020 2:49 pm

Hello,I have just joined and would like some help if possible. I have a 94 Vitara JLX 5 door which has been in the family since new, Unfortunately the sills need replacing. The outer definately, not sure about the inner. Could anyone advise the best and cheapest way forward to replace the sills. I can drive it anywhere to have the work done. What kind of cost would i be looking at.? Would very much appriciate any advice and help. Regards, satdiver56.

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Post by satdiver56 » Fri Dec 04, 2020 7:48 pm

Hi everybody, I am looking for a brake master cylinder non servo for a 94 vitara jlx 5 door. Any help would be appreciated. Regards satdiver56

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Post by CrazyCEO » Sat May 01, 2021 12:29 pm

Hi everyone

Just stumbled across the forum and as a previous SJ410 owner (B reg 1984) I'm looking to jump back in.

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Re: Ignition cylinder replacement HELP PLEASE ! !

Post by Davyboy » Sat Jun 12, 2021 10:42 am

Hi,
I have a Suzuki Vitara on 2005 plate which I believe to be a SQ416V MK2 model. The ignition steering lock is unpredictable sometimes preventing you from rotating it to start the vehicle. I have sprayed it in the keyhole with WD40 but no great improvement. How does one get the cylinder out ? Happy to have different keys for door and ignition or does one bypass it by some means ? Please advise. Kind regards Davyboy.

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Post by skyezuki » Sun Sep 26, 2021 1:11 pm

hi scottie im tony from the isle of skye im a new member here and desperate for any decent repair panels for my 1988 tin top 413 i bought last week 1000 mile round trip to get it home with a trailer please let me ask to buy panels thanks tony

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