Diesel conversion anyone?

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Postby hassam » May 20th, 2015, 2:58 pm

sherwan_88 wrote:Image

hey sherwan i think i saw this jeep at a cars dealer on the g.t road sialkot or gujranwala .. i do not remember it right was it gujranwala or was it sialkot because i was on a tour of pakistan and we stopped by to see some jeeps in different cities
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Postby sherwan_88 » May 20th, 2015, 3:07 pm

Gujranwala it was.
I've seen a ton of MUTTs in Gujranwala and Kharian sector. Both are Corp HQs, hence they have Ordnance Depots. Both XXX Corp and I Corps unloaded a huge load of mutts from 2006-2011.
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Postby hassam » May 22nd, 2015, 5:59 am

Yes now i remember that was a car dealler shop ... And there is an army cantt near by .. Am I right ??
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Postby JETFIRE » August 14th, 2016, 2:06 am

hassam wrote:here you guys my diesel conversion..ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

hi, are you using the stock transmission on your converted diesel mutt?
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Postby baios » April 5th, 2017, 12:52 am

whta type of toyota engine did u use? u hold the same transmission from m151?
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Postby rickf » April 5th, 2017, 7:24 am

Baois! Long time no see my friend. How have you been?
That is a year old post so may or may not get an answer but looking down beside the engine it appears to be the Toyota transmission and also appears to be two wheel drive. I do not see and front axles in the pictures where you can see under the vehicle.
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Postby baios » April 5th, 2017, 11:01 am

hi Rick yes i have long ime to come but sometimes i see the posts!!! U know the family is big now 3sons and i do not have time :roll: my mutt is running good also i have a m38 and have fun both of them. (when i find time...... :x )
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Re: Diesel conversion anyone?

Postby sherwan_88 » April 25th, 2017, 1:11 pm

That is a Toyota 2C Diesel Engine. 2.0 mated to a transmission out of early rear wheel drive Toyota Corolla. The 2C engine is not hard to mate to the original gear box but the engine itself requires a lot of changes for example different facing oil pump, a custom made sump, an altered flywheel and if you do manage to get it all to fit. The drive train doesn't really cope well with the diesel's low end torque. Sudden excitement with the accelerator usually follows with a loud pop and there goes a u-joint. Forget the welding and cutting in the body to make it fit aswell.

To understand what is going on here. Culturally, if it looks like a jeep. It is a jeep and hence can go anywhere. The idea of a working 4x4 is very hard for people to fathom. Most of these jeeps are for road use and ricer show. Off-road capability is the least concern. So as you can see the Jeep is overly riced...ahem... Decorated yet is useless off the pavement.
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Re: Diesel conversion anyone?

Postby kmam » April 25th, 2017, 4:00 pm

Still getting over the initial shock from the photos! Is the Codan ATU also for decoration or do you run HF init? If yiunrun HF is it amateur or what?

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Re: Diesel conversion anyone?

Postby rickf » April 25th, 2017, 5:34 pm

Sherwan, All the old timers are coming out of the woodwork. Good to see you are still in the loop also.
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