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Wrecking Tasmania

Post by Bumpty » Tue Sep 23, 2008 6:15 pm

About This Thread:
I've created this thread so that Tassie members can help each other out with finding parts at their local wreckers (or other similar places) for other members who may be needing the parts etc.

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- USERNAME HERE -[ /B][ /COLOR]
Parts Required: [ /B]
- Please list the parts you need here...

Parts Available: [ /B]
- Parts that you may have that are available can be listed here...

Movements: [ /B]
- If you are traveling a distance in the state (or going on an offroad trip), you can add it here, as you may be able to help in couriering parts etc... (you're not obliged to help by adding your movements here ;))

Location: [ /B]
- Where you live, so fellow members have a better knowledge of who lives where, in what area. May help in couriering for example.
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The How To..
Simply copy the template in your post and fill it out,
I'll then copy all of your information into this first post, so it is easily accessibly.
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- BUMPTY -
Parts Required:
- Gen1 s2 Lib = Sump Guard, Reasonable cond.
- Gen1 s2 Lib = clips for front grill (7)
- Nudge bar materials (making my own) - 3" mild steel tubing bends/lengths

Parts Available:
Gen1 S2 lib wagon Items
- A set of well used shocks & springs (no hats)
- Slightly hacked rear mud guards ;)
- Front left Passenger door (Slight damage, maroon )
- Forrester 16" steelies with average rubber
- 14" mags to suit early Liberty with avg. rubber
- Mid 80s Nissan Navara Transfer case

Movements:
Home - dairy - home - dairy - home... haha :)

Location:
- NW, Tasmania


- MY_STI -
Need to clear stock. Buy stuff! Take stuff!
Make an offer. The less of my time is required to get it to you the cheaper it is!
Heaps of stuff free if you come and pick it up.

Plenty more sh!te to come. Had to start somewhere.

Parts Required:
'MY' series
- Drivers seatbelt assembly in good order (pits passable)
- Genuine front right mudflap
- Rear wiper plastic cap that covers the nut.

Gen1 Liberty
Front Windscreen

Parts Available:
Gen1 lib
- 2 x engine covers. V good cond
- 4.11 lib diff lotsa k's.
- many brake boosters. Fit L series.
- GX calipers and discs, front and rear.
- several airbox's

- Turbo smart manual boost controller/bleed valve
- 2.5" 90 deg silicon bend. Blue. New in packet.
- Genuine Monaro badge. (ie the ones they slap on the cars in the factory).
- Most of an RX turbo interior. More than happy to separate.
- 3.9 impreza diff, req male cv's 160k
- sti muffler - no tip anymore...
- wrx abs unit (the things you find...)
- Aftermarket 4-2-1 headers off an AE95 corolla. Quite probably fit other toy's as well.


Movements:
- Home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home... Bring on the Holidays!

Location:
- Hobart - the big smoke.


- HOEKL -
Parts Required:
Liberty Gen1 Ser2:
- rs front bar with foggies
- Leather seats (front and back) to suit wagon
- rubber mat for boot
- bikini weather strips

Parts Available:
-Nothing atm apart from a dog.(free)

Movements:
-

Location:
- NW, Burnie.


- PRUNES -
Parts Required:
- Wrecked liberty or parts for and EJ conversion

Parts Available:
- Bits I've pulled off my brumby, ask

Movements:
-

Location:
- Rosebery, West Coast, Tasmania


- MINI ME -
Parts Required:
- plastic door lock 4 my sherpa (broken before i got the car and it's now really giving me the sh*ts!)

Parts Available:
-
Movements:
- Back home (collinsvale) as of nov 5th

Location:
- Launceston (bloody hole)

- TAS BRUMBY -
Parts Required:
- ej22 (running motor)
- Dual range box

Parts Available:
-
Movements:
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Location:
- Launceston


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Parts Required:
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Parts Available:
whole my wagon minus whatever Will Wants,
15 inch rims to suit libertys
some liberty parts
an ej22 with suspected blown head gasket and maybe bent valves
2 old school subaru wagons - ea71 & ea 61 motors
and just about any old holden part

Movements:
couch, beeer fridge, couch.
And down south mostly, But im in melbourne in a couple of weeks ans sydney in november, melbourne in december and january so if something small is needed im your man!

Location:
Mangalore

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Post by El_Freddo » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:55 am

Sorry for the early whore bumpty:

By the title of this thread it had me wondering - "wrecking Tasmania" - I was thinking of serious environmental damage from larger 4wd's or what you guys could be doing to help contribute :p

Its good to start a thread like this, we've done this in the vic section. The only problem is when there's a vehicle you really want to check out at a wreckers that you know you: a) can't get to anytime soon or b) can't afford to buy any parts...

Have fun with this thread. Drop us a PM if you want this deleted ;)

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Post by Suby Roo » Wed Sep 24, 2008 11:13 am

Ill Keep an eye out for you Bumpty, I havent seen any outbacks on my travels though.
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Post by MY_STI » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:20 pm

Still Voting Sticky.

Need to clear stock. Buy stuff! Take stuff!
Make an offer. The less of my time is required to get it to you the cheaper it is!
Heaps of stuff free if you come and pick it up.

Plenty more sh!te to come. Had to start somewhere.

Parts Required:
'MY' series
- Drivers seatbelt assembly in good order (pits passable)
- Genuine front right mudflap

Gen1 Liberty
Front Windscreen

Parts Available:
Gen1 lib
- 2 x engine covers. V good cond
- 4.11 lib diff lotsa k's.
- many brake boosters. Fit L series.
- GX calipers and discs, front and rear.
- several airbox's

- Turbo smart manual boost controller/bleed valve
- 2.5" 90 deg silicon bend. Blue. New in packet.
- Genuine Monaro badge. (ie the ones they slap on the cars in the factory).
- Most of an RX turbo interior. More than happy to separate.
- 3.9 impreza diff, req male cv's 160k
- sti muffler - no tip anymore...
- wrx abs unit (the things you find...)
- Aftermarket 4-2-1 headers off an AE95 corolla. Quite probably fit other toy's as well.
- Driving lights - 2x ~ 150mm round jobs.
- L series headlight protectors.


Movements:
- Home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home... Bring on the Holidays!

Location:
- Hobart - the big smoke.
'97 Outback - almost back to grandma spec operating condition.
"A day is never more than what you make of it."

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Post by Suby Roo » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:52 pm

So something like this then:

Parts Required:
Bumpty - Pair of rear trailing arms from a gen2 outback, in good condition

Parts Available:
- Lots of sh!te, just ask if your after something.


Movements:
- Freycinet, 27/28 sept - (chould we have names here of who is going though?)
'91 Legacy GT wagon, 2.35 turbo, td05-20g, 05sti spec c dccd 6 speed, 3 inch, front mount, power fc

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Post by Bumpty » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:03 pm

I don't mind being the main post at the beginning that I can update every so often adding in everyones details. So instead of having a joint post that we can all edit (which I don't think we'll be able to do), I'll just edit it and members write in this thread what they want, but keep the template :D

Thoughts...

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Post by Hoekl » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:43 pm

Parts Required:
Liberty Gen1 Ser2:
-rs front bar with foggies
-Leather seats (front and back) to suit wagon
-rubber mat for boot
-bikini weather strips


Parts Available:


Movements:
Burnie atm.

Location:
- NW, Burnie.
'91 Liberty Wagz, Sunroof, Pneumatic Height Control, DualRange n more to come.

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Post by Prunes » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:24 am

Parts Required:
- Wrecked liberty or parts for and EJ conversion

Parts Available:
- Bits I've pulled off my brumby, ask

Movements:
- Will be getting another coffee soon

Location:
- Rosebery, West Coast, Tasmania
2002 Impreza GX Hatch: Dents, Scratches, Missing inside wheel arch, Barely attached front bumper.
1983 Brumby: Currently being rebuilt.

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Post by Bumpty » Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:27 pm

Shall be going to camdale wreckers tomorrow, check out some forrie rims for Fatz, but while I'm there I might look at fuel tanks, as my left one is badly dinged, lib s1 to s2 should swap ok? Much effort to pull these things out and install?

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Post by Fatz » Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:33 pm

not much effort to drop old one out and replace.
drain fuel, drop diff dissconnect hoses in ones in drivers rear wheel archs, undo bolts, slide out, reverse operation to fit new one
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Post by Mini_Me » Tue Oct 14, 2008 7:48 pm

PARTS REQUIRED:
plastic door lock 4 my sherpa (broken before i got the car and it's now really giving me the sh*ts!)

movements:
back home (collinsvale) as of nov 5th

Location:
Launceston (bloody hole)
'89 sherpa... my little beast!

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Post by tas brumby » Sat Oct 25, 2008 5:18 pm

i am after a ej22 running motor and duel range box if i can with loom and computer any one know of anything let me know asap

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Post by Bumpty » Sat Oct 25, 2008 6:04 pm

Added to the first post.
Where bouts are you located, Tas Brumby? It may help out a little...

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Post by tas brumby » Sat Oct 25, 2008 6:07 pm

its me justin from launceston

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Post by Bumpty » Sat Oct 25, 2008 6:10 pm

Ah! Gday man, haha :)
Forgot what your username was on ausuby.com

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Post by Bumpty » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:29 pm

!Need a left rear g1 s2 lib wagon door!
(kind of urgent)

Question - Do g1 s2 sedan doors swap straight over?
Wreckers might be able to help me out if so.

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Post by chubby37 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:48 pm

Wrecking Tasmania

i just saw this and thought "HOLLY CRAP" someone has given up on tassie and decided to wreck the place out.....turns out i was wrong again
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Post by tasscube » Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:16 am

Hi all didn't want to start another forum topic, but I did see a brumby ute for sale yesterday at Oatlands. It was in a paddock facing the highway. Looked to be in good nick, red paintwork, sunraysia wheels and the split sunroof. Didn't have time to stop but I think they wanted $5,200. I couldn't get a phone number but if anyone is interested they could probably get someone from oatlands to check it out. The models with the split sunroof are reasonably hard to come by and if the forrester wasn't consuming my $ at the moment would probably grab it myself.

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Post by benwarn » Mon Nov 17, 2008 6:48 am

yep it looked okay, i too didnt stop to see it

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Post by Bumpty » Mon Nov 17, 2008 8:30 am

Does it have a lift of some sort..?
It looked to be a couple inches higher then usual.

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Post by bluesteel » Mon Nov 17, 2008 8:59 am

yeah i stopped and had a look... pretty tidy,. wanting 5200

i dont think its quite that good a nick... prolly more like a 3k brumby

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Post by Bumpty » Mon Nov 17, 2008 9:10 pm

I hope you dropped the ausubaru website in the tray for the owner to see :)
Get them keen to keep it and mod it!

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Post by bluesteel » Mon Nov 17, 2008 11:01 pm

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sign read.s..

$5200
0409212413 or 62541439
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Post by Fatz » Tue Nov 18, 2008 6:54 am

mmm
not...tempting....at....alll.........
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Post by AlpineRaven » Sat Nov 22, 2008 9:44 am

bluesteel wrote:Image

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sign read.s..

$5200
0409212413 or 62541439

Targa Top Brumby!!!! Would be worth buying and restore if possible.... what was the tray condition?
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Post by bluesteel » Sat Nov 22, 2008 9:57 am

dunno abuot the tray sorry

was too lazy to jump that fence, so didnt have a proper look
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Post by benwarn » Thu Nov 27, 2008 6:17 am

my ej25 died on tuesday, does anyone know of where i can get another from?

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Post by bluesteel » Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:39 am

oh no

howd it die?

not sure of any 25's about at the mo sorry
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Post by benwarn » Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:41 am

a bearing on the timing belt died :-(

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Post by bluesteel » Thu Nov 27, 2008 9:37 am

damn... broked the belt? crunched the valves?
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Post by benwarn » Thu Nov 27, 2008 1:07 pm

yep, ah well! i'm going to buy a wrecked outback, so will have pleanty of spare parts, diffs, driveshafts and the like

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Post by bluesteel » Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:05 pm

i might buy a bunch of stuff off you too if you buy an outback

would be after struts, hubs, rear subframe, handbrake, and all that sorta stuff

depends on price and condition of course!
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Post by benwarn » Thu Nov 27, 2008 2:08 pm

sweet, at least that'd offset the cost a bit, it's been in a rollover, so should be in good condition.

i only want the shafts and motor really

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Post by Bumpty » Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:17 pm

I'll grab the trailing arms off you :D
Gen2 o/b we're talking about?

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Post by tasscube » Thu Nov 27, 2008 7:30 pm

Hey did you no good with the wreckers in moonah, i did see a ej25 there some months ago, but he can be expensive and unreliable. Rang up there this week for a spare foz rim and he quoted me $110 ended up getting one from churchill park wreckers (launceston) delivered for $65. I think they had a wrecked ej 25 there. They have a website http://www.churchillpark.com.au or something like that, were so much nicer to deal with than any of the wreckers in Hobart. Good luck.

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Post by benwarn » Fri Nov 28, 2008 10:27 am

cool, i'll give them a shot, the people at moonah quoted me 160 for a driveshaft!

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Post by subelover » Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:44 pm

srry to hi jack the thread guys but im chasing a ea82mpfi please if anybody has a spare going motor il come to yo cheers Ben
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Post by L-BJ » Mon Dec 01, 2008 8:30 pm

Hey all, not a Tasweigian, but benwarn, if you do by an Outback wreck (gen II 97-98 ) and don't want the foggies, I'll take them (one?) off your hands and maybe a few other things. Name your price and keep us posted.
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Post by benwarn » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:41 pm

well the head isnot too bad, i took the motor out and only one set of valves appears to be bent,so i'm thinking it'll be cheaper to fix it myself as the bore is still fine

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Post by bluesteel » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:08 pm

i can give ya a hand if youre gonna rebuild it

but if you dont i know someone who would buy the old one :D
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Post by benwarn » Tue Dec 02, 2008 4:06 pm

yeh i'm just waiting on the heads to come back tomorrow, then i'll chuck it together and hope for the best, did a new waterpump and clutch at the same time so it should almost be like new again

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Post by tasscube » Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:00 pm

Sounds good, hope you get back on the road soon, wrong thread I know but would be good to have a bbq soon and get to know some of you guys. Seriously considering doing the Strezlecki, birdsville and oodnadatta next year and would like another vehicle for company... aah well ya gotta have somethng to look foreward 2.

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Post by benwarn » Wed Dec 03, 2008 8:18 am

yeh, that'd be great! maybe do a track and then have a barby?

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Post by benwarn » Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:29 pm

car is all fixed again

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Post by tasscube » Sat Dec 06, 2008 9:35 pm

Advertisement in todays mercury, i assume a dealer, wrecking a imprezza 1.6, no other details if any one is interested. ph. 6272 3388.

Glad to hear the fozz is on the road/dirt again benwarn.

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Post by bluesteel » Sun Dec 07, 2008 2:51 am

so no outback??? :(
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Post by benwarn » Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:47 pm

bluesteel wrote:so no outback??? :(
noo, i ended up fixing it for about 1400, which included a new tbelt kit and tensioner, water pump, head rebuild and gaskets, so it was sorta worth it

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Post by Suby Roo » Wed Dec 17, 2008 9:06 am

I need in any colour, for my liberty :(
Bonnet - can be rs, i just need a bonnet
Grill
Bumper & Rio
Radiator - will probably buy new - Nearly sorted now
Both headlights and indicator / park
RHS Guard - If right Price
Radiator Support Panel

Post or PM please.

Wont need till next week till i figure out insurance
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Post by MY_STI » Thu Dec 18, 2008 8:04 am

Don't like the sound of this Jarrod...

I have grill, headlights, indicators, bonnet and radiator support panel all in Burnie.
For what its worth the donor was white as well.
If you intend to go turbo down the track then it may pay to pick up the turbo radiator support panel. Its a bit deeper to allow for the larger turbo radiator. Just a thought.

I'm in qld atm so earliest I can get the bits to you would be just into the new year.
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Post by Bumpty » Thu Dec 18, 2008 6:13 pm

I'm venturing down Hobart, on the 28th , give or take 1 day. So I'll be able to help out with couriering the lights, indicators, grill, and if you want it, the radiator support.

Would I be able to grab these off you, if you're not in the state anyway, Will?
haha, just to check ;)

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Post by benwarn » Fri Dec 19, 2008 11:51 am

i'm in dev on monday/tuesday if that helps

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Post by MY_STI » Fri Dec 19, 2008 3:18 pm

Great support guys! Its good to see a bit of community action!

Parts are still on the car, so rad support would have to be cut off etc.
Located in Burnie.

If you would like to transport some stuff master Bumpty then plz do. (see pm)
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Post by Hoekl » Fri Dec 19, 2008 4:40 pm

Hey Sir Will, If your talking about Tim's car, I'm interested in the front bumper still.
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Post by benwarn » Fri Jan 02, 2009 9:52 am

does anyone have 1 ej25 piston?

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Post by Bumpty » Tue Mar 10, 2009 9:24 pm

I might be in for some new rubber soon,
so just bumping for a pair of gen2 outback trailing arms!

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Post by Bumpty » Tue Mar 24, 2009 7:16 am

Also, after a 15" Forrester steelie for a spare, or two :D

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Post by mattl200 » Mon Apr 13, 2009 11:49 pm

i have 1 foz 15 steelie in the shed bumpy give me a ring next weekend hopefully ill be back from launnie by then

and have you priced the outback trailing arms new i think i saw thay wernt that expensive in another post somewere
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Post by Bumpty » Tue Apr 14, 2009 11:20 am

Cheers, matt.
Yea I read that somewhere too, may look into the new arms.
Sump guards are cheaper new, then what I thought, may have to enquire about one of those as well :)

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Post by bluesteel » Mon Jul 20, 2009 10:59 am

does anyone have a Torsion bar for a brumby???

poor little scrumby may have snapped one :(
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:43 pm

Dunno if it helps Johnny, But my whole MY wagon is sitting at home so you can pilfer parts off that if you want ;)
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Post by bluesteel » Tue Jul 21, 2009 3:04 pm

rightyo

put me down for 1 whole MY rear end then!

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Post by Suby Roo » Wed Jul 22, 2009 1:42 pm

Give me a ring or facebook or whatever and we will sort it out! Or just go up home and take whatever, the shed is [retty much always unlocked and the car is parked in the driveway.
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Post by bluesteel » Wed Jul 22, 2009 1:55 pm

cool i have your number, i may get a chance on sunday arvo, but well see, ill give you a buzz anyways. cheers!
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Post by tas brumby » Mon Jul 27, 2009 5:28 pm

i am looking for an awd dr gear box for a gen 1 liberty needed asap cheers

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Post by ashy_e04 » Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:39 am

hey all,
am looking for an ea82t ecu? if anyone has one or knows where i might be able to track one down would be greatly appreciated! am living in hobart but am willing to travel/pay postage ;)

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Post by Fatz » Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:41 am

i may have one.. not sure if i sold it though... will get back to you.
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Post by subius » Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:15 pm

I have one from an 89 mpfi na touring wagon. I think that will run the 82T, not sure if it exactly the same tho. Maybe someone can confirm that.

I'm in hobart so you can come try it out if you like.

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Post by MY_STI » Sat Sep 26, 2009 5:09 pm

Have updated my first post. Find something you need! Please...
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Post by Suby Roo » Mon Sep 28, 2009 10:52 am

MY_STI wrote:Still Voting Sticky.

Parts Required:
'MY' series
- Drivers seatbelt assembly in good order (pits passable)
- Genuine front right mudflap
Still need these? Feel free to come up home and take them off mine!
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Post by MY_STI » Tue Sep 29, 2009 6:23 am

Sweet, yeah still after them. Will come out some day and condemn the rx shell to a final death after getting the last few useful parts off it as well.
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Post by Bumpty » Tue Sep 29, 2009 10:51 am

MY_STI wrote: Movements:
- Home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home -> uni -> home... Bring on the Holidays!
Hahaha!
If you ever come up north, I'll grab a gen1 airbox off ya too..
Updated the first post for you too..

I'll add pics etc when I get time, but just putting it out there.
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4x 14" (to suit lib) five star mags with avg. rubber
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Sep 29, 2009 11:16 am

MY_STI wrote:Sweet, yeah still after them. Will come out some day and condemn the rx shell to a final death after getting the last few useful parts off it as well.
Cool, Just let me know!

Also Bumpty, can you take all the liberty stuff off for me? i have it all sorted, i forgot about it being on here
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Sep 29, 2009 2:10 pm

Suby Roo
Parts Required:
nothing at the minute

Parts Available:
whole my wagon minus whatever Will Wants,
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And down south mostly, But im in melbourne in a couple of weeks ans sydney in november, melbourne in december and january so if something small is needed im your man!

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Post by bluesteel » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:16 pm

put me down for the 22
few spare parts could be handy, mines farked too :(
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:29 pm

bluesteel wrote:put me down for the 22
few spare parts could be handy, mines farked too :(
Ill talk to ethan to see if he wants to get rid of it, then ill let you know!
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Post by bluesteel » Tue Sep 29, 2009 4:00 pm

if he wants to fix it, we can sort that out too

mine will be going in for machining when i finally pull it apart (hopefully this week, its on my bench)
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Sep 29, 2009 5:08 pm

We brought a low k one on the weekend and did the old switcheroo, i think he wants to slowly build a 2.2 turbo for his though, but ill find out!
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Post by bluesteel » Tue Sep 29, 2009 9:21 pm

nice work

well i can recommend the 2.2 turbo ;)
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Post by MY_STI » Wed Sep 30, 2009 6:22 am

The 22 out of the burgundy wagon will be available mid nov if you've not sourced something by then Johnny. Sooner if you want to do an engine swap for me!
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Post by bluesteel » Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:54 am

mines apart now except for splitting the block!
hopefully get the bits machined and back together in no time ;)

just after cheap bits to build the next one....
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Post by Bumpty » Wed Sep 30, 2009 10:41 am

MY_STI wrote:The 22 out of the burgundy wagon will be available mid nov if you've not sourced something by then Johnny. Sooner if you want to do an engine swap for me!
:eek: I hope you're not offering away my 22!!

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Post by MY_STI » Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:56 pm

Yeah, yeah I am actually... So kind of you to agree as well ;)
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Post by bluesteel » Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:45 am

also does anyone have an EJ Radiator?

time for some better cooling for the scrumby!
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Post by Bumpty » Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:49 pm

Currently pulling apart an 80s Nissan Navara..
And am I right in thinking the transfer cases out of these things can be modded into subies? If so, The transfer case and anything else thats is needed with it is up for grabs?

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Post by Tezwah » Thu Oct 15, 2009 3:14 pm

Hi I'm wondering if anyone has seat belt unit for a 89 Brumby? Also does anyone have some Sunraiser style rims to suit the Brumby?

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Post by Suby Roo » Thu Oct 15, 2009 3:44 pm

Tezwah wrote:Hi I'm wondering if anyone has seat belt unit for a 89 Brumby? Also does anyone have some Sunraiser style rims to suit the Brumby?
I would have the seat belt as long as the wagon ones are the same.
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Post by Tezwah » Thu Oct 15, 2009 4:09 pm

I cant confirm that but i can take a photo of the brumby seat belt winder and post on here for visual confirmation.

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Post by Suby Roo » Fri Oct 16, 2009 8:48 am

they should be, Ill have a look when i get home tonight and take a pic for you. It would fit anyway.
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Post by Tezwah » Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:04 am

Ok cheers for that, the brumby winder in in a small enclosure with the belt exposed.

How much would you be interested in selling said part for?

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Post by Suby Roo » Fri Oct 16, 2009 11:48 am

You come up and get it and its yours!
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Post by Bumpty » Fri Oct 16, 2009 5:47 pm

Tezwah - You'd be better off paying for it and getting it posted, Mangas is in the middle of nowhere haha ;)

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Post by Tezwah » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:31 pm

Anyone have an alternator handy for a brumby?

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Post by Suby Roo » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:56 am

Bumpty wrote:Tezwah - You'd be better off paying for it and getting it posted, Mangas is in the middle of nowhere haha ;)
its not that far out! you managed to find it lol

And i would also probably have an alternator kicking around too i recon
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Post by Tezwah » Tue Oct 20, 2009 12:40 pm

Ok so I got an alternator now the car works again.. I would like to take the canopy off it for the time being but need a tonneau cover and support bar would anyone happen to have those items?

By the way I'm still interested in the seatbelt Suby roo but I am not planned on going down your way for a while.

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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Oct 20, 2009 2:31 pm

I acn pull it out and post it for you, Would imagine it would only be like 5 bucks anyway for post. Where abouts are you?
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Post by Tezwah » Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:10 pm

I Live in Launceston, I could direct deposit you the money you if you like?

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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Oct 20, 2009 3:38 pm

Easy. Ill find out a cost and let you know.
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Post by Tezwah » Tue Oct 20, 2009 7:05 pm

mmm just figured out how a seatbelt works and why mine didnt wind up... dont open the black side of the winder that says DO NOT OPEN.. there is a coil spring in there!

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Post by Tezwah » Thu Oct 22, 2009 1:55 pm

Sorry to stuff you around but a mate of mine had a seatbelt out of a spare 1800 he was able to give me today. All fixed now :)

Still looking for a tonneau cover though.

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Post by Suby Roo » Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:41 am

Its all good man!
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Post by subius » Sun Nov 01, 2009 8:16 pm

Hey Guys,

anyone got any standard 13" sunraysias suit L series. with or without tyres.

cheers

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possibly....
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Post by subius » Mon Nov 02, 2009 8:13 pm

u sure. i thought they were warped or something?

have a look and let me know
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Post by bluesteel » Mon Nov 02, 2009 9:14 pm

no idea... may not even still have em... is dark now, so may look tomoz?
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Post by subelover » Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:37 pm

gday burgundy 1986 manual touring wagon 13" and 14" sunnies good interior all elctrics. the car had a hit in the lh and rh rear i drove it on and off the car trailer. i am just looking for a quick deal. the lhr control arm and strut are bent and the damaged 3/4 panels and tailgate are the only damage to the vehicle! i started it yesterday. abit of lifter tick but ok good gearbox/clutch/brakes etc. dont really want to wreck the car as i have parts everywhere in the shed as it is. I already have gearboxes, diffs etc behind the shed so make an offer i just want the car gone maybe something like $200... ?? dunno im easy whatever CHEERS Ben 0408050192
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Post by Suby Roo » Tue Dec 08, 2009 8:05 am

My old one ben? Ill give you a ring at lunch.
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Post by Fatz » Tue Dec 08, 2009 4:34 pm

i still have all my l series that im willing to part now.
2" lift
3" lift
6" lift
ej22 sus blown hgs
auto 4.44 x3
interiors
ej20tt
14" sunnies x 9? with muds
4x disc assemblys
2x lds
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panels
snorkel & panel
and lots lots more..
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Post by subius » Wed Dec 09, 2009 5:00 pm

got a 3.9 diff by any chance? lsd or open?
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yes
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Info on the bash plate fatz, off an L presumably, they can easily be modded for the Liberties...? Pics of it?

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Post by AlpineRaven » Wed Dec 09, 2009 9:21 pm

Bumpty wrote:Info on the bash plate fatz, off an L presumably, they can easily be modded for the Liberties...? Pics of it?
As far i know it does/can fit on Liberty with small mods (redrill hole locations).
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subius wrote:got a 3.9 diff by any chance? lsd or open?
How much do you want for the rear disc brakes.
Thanks dm@subaclub.com

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Post by Bumpty » Thu Dec 10, 2009 7:06 am

AlpineRaven wrote:As far i know it does/can fit on Liberty with small mods (redrill hole locations).
Cheers
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I thought I'd read that somewhere.
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Post by Fatz » Thu Dec 10, 2009 5:52 pm

shoulda mentioned.. i was talking about a rear diff plate...
but i also have some 3mm ali front bash plate that was designed up for a l auto.
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hahah, oh.
Do you have pics and a price on the alloy plate?

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anybody want the l series tourer in my shed free - give away come take it before christmas please. ben 0408050192
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l series has gone. cheers Ben
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Post by subius » Mon Dec 21, 2009 11:15 am

anyone got a spare auido aerial for a head unit? can come from anything

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Hi all I,m after a bullbar for my wagon.If anyone has one or knows where one is for sale please let me know.
I,m located between The west coast and Latrobe.
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Post by Fatz » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:10 am

the guy i sold my sedan to only wanted it for the brakes.
you may be able to contact him as he is going to part it out.
pm me if you want his email addy
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Post by brumbybear » Thu May 06, 2010 7:48 pm

has any one got 4 x 13" brumby sunraysia rims they wanna get rid of?? i want a spare set so i put road tyres on the 13's and 4wd tyres on my 14's ... if you got a spare set of 13's pm me

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Have some spare 13 steelies, not sunnies tho
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Post by brumbybear » Sun May 09, 2010 10:23 am

have they got tyres on them mate?? how much do u want for them??
Im looking for a cheap second hand 2-4" lift kit for my brumby... if u have one pm me plz

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Post by brumbybear » Sun May 09, 2010 11:57 am

i just found an '86 subie wagon in the local paper for $250 ono... im going to check it out this arvo... mite be a good candidate for a shooting buggy lol
Im looking for a cheap second hand 2-4" lift kit for my brumby... if u have one pm me plz

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Post by brumbybear » Wed May 12, 2010 8:52 am

oh well that wagon was a NO-GO......
Im looking for a cheap second hand 2-4" lift kit for my brumby... if u have one pm me plz

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wrecking L series?

Post by subius » Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:41 pm

has anyone got an L series they are wrecking? My wagon has got some rust behind the rear wheels and am looking to find a donor car to cut the rear quarter panel out of. also need a few interior bits.

let me know if there's anything floating around.

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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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Post by Suby Roo » Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:01 pm

Still have will's rx shell here if that helps mate
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Post by subius » Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:09 pm

ah yeah, hmm i wonder if the lower panel behind the rear wheels is the same as on a wagon...
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88 Bush basher L wagon: Welded rear diff
MY10 GEN5 Outback: white, and completely normal

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Post by Suby Roo » Sat Jun 05, 2010 6:12 pm

I wouldn't have a clue mate! If you want if, talk to Will and sort it out
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Post by brumbybear » Thu Jun 17, 2010 10:48 am

Hi guys does anyone have a cheap tonneau cover or a cheap canopy to fit my '89 brumby?? I might be heading down the west coast shortly to work and i cant cart all my gear in the front with me so... if you got one or the other let me

cheers lasty
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Post by brumbybear » Thu Jun 17, 2010 6:56 pm

http://tasmania.gumtree.com.au/c-Cars-V ... Z205528420

wish i had $2500 ... maybe one of u guys might want it....
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Post by lowace » Sun Aug 01, 2010 6:44 pm

Does anyone have a L series front windscreen they want to part with.

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L tail shaft

Post by subius » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:57 pm

Anyone got an L series tail shaft? Got a busted uni joint, only need the rear section.

let me know.
Cheers
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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Post by vhr32 » Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:10 pm

I am after some 1988 L Series Touring Wagon parts.

Roof racks- suit high roof
A dash clock and surround in working order
Touring wagon roof lining

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Post by vhr32 » Fri Jan 07, 2011 7:14 am

I am after a 3.7 L series diff in good condition

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master cylinder

Post by subius » Mon Feb 21, 2011 8:11 am

Anyone got a 3 port brake master cylinder off an L series or Liberty?

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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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L series spare wheel bits

Post by subius » Sun Jul 31, 2011 7:42 pm

anyone got the support bracket and the fastening bolt for the spare wheel in an L series.

I have discovered I can now fit the spare back in the engine bay and I think I have chucked those bits out.

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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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sports muffler

Post by subius » Sun Oct 02, 2011 7:59 pm

Anyone want a 2" diff back lukey sports muffler? Has been on my L series the past 5 or so years. Just replaced it cos I'm getting old and wanted something quiter.

Free. Come and get it.

Cheers
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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Post by subius » Sun Oct 02, 2011 9:01 pm

Its not actually that loud.

Can hear it in the first video taken by Jarrod.

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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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Post by KaFoomaN » Wed Oct 26, 2011 7:33 pm

is that offer on the sports muffler still available? im in launnie but am keen for a drive down south again :)

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Post by subius » Sun Oct 30, 2011 8:17 pm

yep, still got it, let me know when you're coming down and we'll sort something out
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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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lib handbrake parts

Post by subius » Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:37 pm

Hey guys, need the clamp that goes behind the handbrake lever that holds the cables to the trans tunnel. anyone got one?

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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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Post by vhr32 » Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:39 am

Does anyone have a 3.7 rear L series (RX turbo) LSD???

Does anyone know what they normally sell for?!

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Post by subius » Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:56 pm

Bought a set of brand new kybs for the back of the vortex, turns out I bought the wrong ones so they are up for sale. Done about 2km so essentially brand new. kyb part number 341214, they are for a 2wd sedan and have higher spring seats than the wagon ones.

More info in the for sale section or just drop me a pm.

$220 for the pair.

retail at $168 each

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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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Post by vhr32 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:34 am

GIVE AWAY

EA82 MPFI engine, 99% complete but still assembled.

Blown head gasket?

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URGENT crank shaft pulley launceston

Post by ScubyRoo » Sun Jan 08, 2012 12:50 pm

Hey tassie crew

I'm currently in Launceston and my crank shaft pulley has shat itself. It's rounded out the locating notch and is unbalanced, it's spat the altenator/ps belt off once already and I don't want to drive the car much further. As I'm supposed to be road tripping with mates while we're down from Vic this is a sh*t thing to happen.

Can anyone suggest where I could look (wreckers? auto suppliers?) for a replacement? I don't want to spend a fortune from Subaru and they would probably have to order it from sydney anyway.

Being Sunday everything is closed - where should I call tomorrow? Also looking for a mechanic to do the work as I don't have the necessary tools with me.

Car is a '97 outback, 2.5L manual.

Any help is massively appreciated!

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Post by NachaLuva » Sun Jan 08, 2012 2:28 pm

Does this thread "Wrecking Tasmania" mean Tasmania is being wrecked?

If so by who? & why?

I will be sorry to see it go.... :p
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Post by vhr32 » Mon Jan 09, 2012 7:42 am

FOR SALE:

L series genuine Subaru alloy over bumper style bullbar $20

NEW L series rear wheel bearing kits and tie rod ends $120
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Grey fiberglass/vinyl speaker pods $20
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New snow chains, suit Rav4 or similar 235/60-16, have list of other sizes it fits $20
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Post by ScubyRoo » Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:43 am

Thanks for the txt btw matt, the joint you recommend had what I needed :) Big thanks mate! 8)
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Post by vhr32 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:55 pm

(No worries, wasn't sure if you even got it!)


I am after a set of four plastic timing belt covers to suit my 1988 L series EA82.

Will pay postage to 7250 Launceston.

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Post by Frosty2086 » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:15 pm

Hey Guys,

I have a 1988 L series wagon with a rebuilt EA82 engine, head has cracked so she is running hot now, when it was rebuilt was top and bottom end so the short motor is good.

Has two good tires, body is a bit rough. Free to a good home!! A six pack would be appreciated though :)

Located in Deviot.

Give me an email or call phone call on 0427 035 175 if your keen.

I am at sea between the 24th and 30th of March so just leave a message!

Cheers

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Post by subius » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:23 pm

I reckon I'll take it. Sounds perfect to leave down at the shack to take the boat down to the beach. I'll talk to you again when you get back.

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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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Post by BRUMBERTY » Tue Apr 03, 2012 2:38 pm

nachaluva wrote:Does this thread "Wrecking Tasmania" mean Tasmania is being wrecked?

If so by who? & why?

I will be sorry to see it go.... :p
its being wrecked by a business called gunns!

Why, we ask that too but the world needs toilet paper and phone books.
we sell them old growth forest for a few bucks a tonne to make it.

Sorry, we are very sorry, angry and sad if they build the proposed pulp mill and really ruin it.
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Jet boat..webbered EA81 with a hybrid tin dish welded and glued to it.

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Post by KaFoomaN » Sat Apr 07, 2012 8:42 pm

BRUMBERTY wrote:its being wrecked by a business called gunns!

Why, we ask that too but the world needs toilet paper and phone books.
we sell them old growth forest for a few bucks a tonne to make it.

Sorry, we are very sorry, angry and sad if they build the proposed pulp mill and really ruin it.
Amen! and unfortunately there isn't much that we Tasmanian's can do about it but protest :(

mind you, a couple a years ago a friend and i drunkenly took matters into our own hands and put a homemade 'firecracker' on the CEO's door step and painted a dick on his fence.. diddn't go down too well but shortly after he quit..

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Post by BRUMBERTY » Sun Apr 08, 2012 3:56 pm

KaFoomaN wrote:Amen! and unfortunately there isn't much that we Tasmanian's can do about it but protest :(

mind you, a couple a years ago a friend and i drunkenly took matters into our own hands and put a homemade 'firecracker' on the CEO's door step and painted a dick on his fence.. diddn't go down too well but shortly after he quit..
I cant say it's the most effective way of getting your point out there but hey.
Well done.
Ding dong the king is dead (and charged).
You were part of his Un-doing.
It was seen.
Bravo.
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Post by subius » Mon Jun 25, 2012 3:18 pm

Anyone got a functional L series radiator surplus to their needs?

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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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bull bar/ roo bar

Post by subius » Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:02 pm

Anyone got an L series bull bar or roobar they don't need?

Cheers
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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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Post by JKM » Wed Aug 01, 2012 10:30 pm

Anyone have EJ22 headers in TAS they'd like sell?

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Post by tasscube » Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:05 pm

Have spotted an awesome green forester lately at Bothwell and around with a lift, snorkel and other mods does anybody know his name or contacts would love to compare foresters and see how he has done his mods.

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Post by vhr32 » Sat Sep 08, 2012 1:21 am

Anyone got a standard steel rim and tyre to suit an L series to use as a spare?
Launceston TAS

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Post by subius » Sat Sep 08, 2012 7:58 am

got about 10 here in hobart. Let me know if you're down this way and you can have as many as you want.

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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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Post by vhr32 » Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:39 am

I don't suppose you are going to the drifting at Baskerville today by any chance?!?!

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Post by subius » Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:54 am

oops, just saw this.

But not at Barsky this weekend.
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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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Post by vhr32 » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:48 pm

Anyone got a good condition 5 speed dual range gearbox to suit a L series with 23 spline driveshafts?

(Not the Touring wagon or turbo box with the 25 splines)

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Post by subius » Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:19 am

3.7 VLSD for sale.

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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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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

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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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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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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
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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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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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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

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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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