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My Truck"s new home

Discussion in 'Mitsubishi Minicab' started by oldsnowman, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    steep trail BC4x4.jpg finding a way out of a tight spot BC4x4.jpg old cut block trail BC4x4.jpg truck in tree's BC4x4.jpg

    Hi everybody
    this is what i am doing now with my mini. we bought a place in BC a year and a half ago, so I thought that seeing that my truck is a 4x4, I would rig it for the mountain trails.

    it is a ton of fun!!:cool:
  2. axle

    axle Member

    wow. you have a nice play ground,and i like your truck
  3. fupabox

    fupabox Well-Known Member

    nice pics...:)
  4. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    yep it pretty great. where did you get your tires, and what size and brand.
  5. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    lucky u nice play ground. my folks have talked about a move a few time in this year a nice long week drive away alaska i dont think it will happen thou :( have fun playing around with the truck thou
  6. Jonnybilt

    Jonnybilt New Member

    Hey could u put a pic of the vacuum lines I'm trying to see if mine are hooked up wrong th the carb
  7. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    it's at my vacation home in BC right now, but when i am down there next will take some shots
  8. Jonnybilt

    Jonnybilt New Member

    Thanks that would be a great help
  9. axle

    axle Member

    the tire size is 6.40/6.50/13 the brand is chao yang (CM882) made in china. from bangkok.
  10. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    thanks for the info....where did you buy them?
  11. Wedge

    Wedge Member

    Wow nice pictures. I wich i had a play ground like this around !
  12. BC_MMC

    BC_MMC Member

    Took mine out for a spin today, still have the same damn problem. Runs like a charm, but soon as you shut it off it won't start again. Come back in three hours, starts with first turn of the key...
  13. Jonnybilt

    Jonnybilt New Member

    Try testing it for spark when it won't start that sounds like a typical coil breakdown

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