Wrecking Tasmania

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subius
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Location: Hobart, Tas

MY rear end

Post by subius » Fri Jun 14, 2013 8:34 am

Anyone got, or know of an MY rear end they don't need? I'm only after the bit with the swingarms and the torsion bar, I'm looking to make a boat trailer for a sailing dinghy. Would prefer a 2wd but 4wd would be fine.

Hopefully something like the one halfway down this page.

showthread.php?t=21519&highlight=trailer&page=2

Cheers
Sam
89 L wagon: twin carbs, kings, kybs, 2" lift, rear discs, clutch lsd, L awd box, Kumho KL71 27s
85 Vortex: ej20 G, awd, 5 stud, 17's, almost on the road!
88 Bush basher L wagon: Welded rear diff
MY10 GEN5 Outback: white, and completely normal

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vhr32
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Location: Launceston

wrecking: 1988 L Series Touring Wagon GL EFI

Post by vhr32 » Mon Jun 24, 2013 11:17 am

I have various parts to suit a 1988 L Series Touring Wagon GL EFI.

Various switches
elec mirrors
headlights
indicators
park lights
auto ECU
control arms
EA82 EFI intake manifold assy
interior lights
overflow bottle

Heaps more.

Located in Launceston

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bevelhead
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Location: Cremorne TAS

Wanted EA81 or EA82 motor in good nick

Post by bevelhead » Mon Sep 16, 2013 8:13 pm

Hi, i am trying to locate a good ea81/82 engine (81 preferred) for my old mans L wagon, will consider whole vehicle if motor is good and price fair, Tas only thanks, cheers Aaron
PH 0362488419 ask for Des

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Bumpty
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Post by Bumpty » Wed Mar 12, 2014 11:29 am

G'day
Chasing the factory/plastic nudge bar for a SF5 Forester.

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Bogged!
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Location: Spreyton, TAS

Post by Bogged! » Tue Jun 10, 2014 9:24 pm

Looking for an EA82 injected motor or the injection gear off one, complete or as near as. Condition not critical but good is better than dead, if nothing comes up then a dead one will have to do. ECU as well as wiring would be an advantage but not critical. I have just bought a motorless Brumby and want to have it Registrable and useable in day to day motoring, I figure that an EA82 injected motor would be reasonable to use daily. Cheers.

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subius
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vortex

Post by subius » Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:54 pm

i've got an 85 mpfi EA82 vortex that I don't need the running gear from. Only has 160 ish thousand kms on it.

Body is rusted out, hence this is my parts car. It ran fine when we parked it, I could probably get it running again with minimal effort.

Located in kingston. I don't get on here much these days, send me an email if you're interested. samsingermany@hotmail.com

Cheers
Sam
89 L wagon: twin carbs, kings, kybs, 2" lift, rear discs, clutch lsd, L awd box, Kumho KL71 27s
85 Vortex: ej20 G, awd, 5 stud, 17's, almost on the road!
88 Bush basher L wagon: Welded rear diff
MY10 GEN5 Outback: white, and completely normal

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