For Sale 1992 HDJ81, factory lockers, overland built in montana

Apr 29, 2015
Mission Mountains, MT
Vehicle Model
80 Series
59860 Kalispell Montana, United States
Selling my 92 HDJ81. This truck has been well taken cared for and is up to date on all maintenance, it’s not a show truck but if you want a turn key off-roader or overland truck that can take you anywhere this is for you. I travel for work so more pictures will come and be patient with me if I’m a little slow to respond but will try to respond at least once a day. I don’t know the history other than what I have done but never found any real issues just maintenance and upgrades, I’ve put a LOT work and money in it. 1-HDT turbo and automatic, I average 16-18mpg on the 35’sand it drives great. I’ve driven it to Moab from NW Montana, wheeled for a week and back with no issues.

Front and rear factory lockers

New timing belt and water pump

New high amp alternator from Australia

Big end bearings replaced

Cold start delete

Block heater and radiator hose heater

New hoses

Batteries 2yrs old


Boost controller

Boost gauge

Exhaust temp gauge

New custom straight exhaust

Transmission, transfer case and axle fluids flushed

Radiator flushed

Added transmission cooler from US model 80 (no cooler on Japanese trucks)

Power steering cooler added

Dobinson dual rate tapered coils front and rear

Delta Vehicle Systems front coil spacers with 2” air bumps

New fox shocks

1” dobinson coil spacers in rear

Delta Vehicle Systems rear high clearance panhard bracket

Front axle has castor correction

Knuckle ball gussets welded on

New wiper seals on front axle, axle was fully serviced and greased

120 wall heavy duty tie rod with stronger 1ton tie rod ends

New drag link tie rod ends

New radius arm bushings

Witts End HD sway bar links on rear

Extended brake lines

New rear hatch struts

Rear Sway bar swapped with larger one

Manual hub conversion with Aisin hubs and longfield hub gears

Marlin Crawler part time transfer case kit installed

Metal tech rear upper and lower axle links with Johnny Joints

SCS wheels with 35” Cooper STT pro tires, less than 6,000 miles

4x4 labs rear bumper with swing out, coated with Line-x Premuim coating

New ARB front bumper

New Smittybuilt winch on front

Rigid spot lights on front bumper

ARB twin compressor mounted in rear quarter panel

Wits End rear quarter panel mount installed

Refrigerated center console (AC system needs charged, had to remove a line while working on it but it worked great)

Delta Vehicle Systems shifter console

New Toyota power antenna mast

LED interior lights

Dash light bulbs replaced

Frame plated by under steering box

New OME steering stabilizer

Aftermarket steering wheel

Worn out seats replaced with Subaru seats

Bowfin roof rack

New Yakima awning mounted to rack

Custom tailgate storage and lid

Delta Vehicle Systems attic rack brackets

Aftermarket front grille from “land cruiser grilles”

White Knuckle sliders

Full float rear axle

Pioneer touch screen head unit with Apple CarPlay

Aftermarket speakers

Keyless entry and remote start

The Bad:

Oil pressure gauge on dash inop (had a mechanical gauge installed, pressure is above average)

Paint- was painted and they must have not prepped well it’s peeling around the edges a little nd it’s not great paint, has chips and scratches but almost 0 rust.

Rear brakes are weak, need to replace LSVP

Crack in tailgate (I think it had a factory swing out tire carrier and the holes were patched)

Cruise control works when it wants to

Carpet has some stains

Windshield has some chips

Overall the truck is in great shape, it has almost no rust. Again, more pics to come i know these kinda suck but it’s raining right now I’ll put some more up tomorrow. Some are not 100% current. Mileage is 334398KM, not much for a diesel. I have not had any issues registering or insuring here in Montana. Located near Kalispell MT, price is $28,000. Open to trades for 2017 or newer Tundras, nothing else.







Back 40 Imports
Sep 11, 2014
This truck was here last year for a valve adjustment, I didn’t see anything wrong with it when it was in the shop. Other than it needed an a/c hose, which knowing Neil, he’s probably fixed that already too.
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