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So I had a look at this hijet, white pickup LPG. Shame the guy wants way to much for it so I walked away. Just driving back from the pub - the guy rings me Errr, this hijet - yes mate - what would you have it for? I make my offer. Well if yo
Several years ago I rebuilt a 460 for my '87 F-250 4x4 and it has always, from day one, had a noisey (sp) lifter. It took forever to quiet down (as quiet as it ever gets) during cam break-in. It always makes noise during cold starts and never gets quiet
Has anybody put a hydraulic clutch in a 73-77 with power brakes and swing style pedals??? If so what kit did you use and how did it go? Theres alot of info on how to do the hydro swaps for camaros novas and second gen Chevelles but are we left in the
I think i am going to try and get started with putting hydraulic steering on my tractor this week. I have a cylinder and valve and a bunch of ideas. My tractor originally had a hydraulic cylinder on it that run off the trans. i guess it was for the
Hi I bought a Daihatsu Hijet 1000 1984 yesterday and i need new brakes for it. It seems really hard to find spare parts for it so i thought maybe brakes from another Daihatsu model would fit. Any idea which model if any and maybe other parts that are