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Sj PAS conversion options?

 
 
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sj_durham
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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2018 8:22 pm    Post subject: Sj PAS conversion options? Reply with quote

I am about to convert our sj over and would like some advice first.

As far as im aware...

The jimny system seems a straight fit with no modding at all?

Vit system needs a adapter making to fit?

And are there any alternatives? Our steering box is completely knackered /fully adjusted and the car is our daily as of soon so i need it sorted ASAP.

Could anyone also tell me if fitting a 1.6 vit radiator will affect the conversion?

Any input would be very appreciated.

Thanks
Mick

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did mine when I fitted a vitara engine so the pump etc was an easy fit. The steering box needed a wedge making and the radiator needed some of the bracket cutting away. I can't remember what the rad was, I think it was the original 410 unit.

Yellow is SJ box black is vit box


Drawings for adaptor plate, from memory it was about 40mm across the back.


Wedge welded up




Fitted


Cut away to make the rad fit


Modified rad mount

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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 12:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

another option that fits very well is vauxhall carlton. even the pipes are about right too.
needs a flat plate adaptor for the box and a pump mount fabbing.

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sj_durham
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PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2018 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cynic-al wrote:
I did mine when I fitted a vitara engine so the pump etc was an easy fit. The steering box needed a wedge making and the radiator needed some of the bracket cutting away. I can't remember what the rad was, I think it was the original 410 unit.

Yellow is SJ box black is vit box


Drawings for adaptor plate, from memory it was about 40mm across the back.


Wedge welded up




Fitted


Cut away to make the rad fit


Modified rad mount


Absolutely brilliant info Thanks. That is just what i needed.

I have had to hold off PAS for now as there is so many jobs on this jeep i need to keep funds back incase

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