Cruiser Head 70s

ChaserFJ60

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Finally I have a 70 series product available, there will be more to come in the near future!

The Diff Lock Switch insert available here

This switch plate allows for the seamless relocation of your factory Differential lock switch to an easier to reach place to either the left or right of your instrument console.
This is 3D printed out of ASA, a tough material that is 10x more UV resistant than ABS. This product is avaliable in its unpainted state and in a satin black coat for a cleaner ready to install version.
[Sold as a blank insert, The Diff Lock Switch is not included. This is only the panel that the Diff Lock switch is inserted into.]
70 Series instrument panel showing locations of insertRendering of switch insert

I sized it up and a regular Carling switch is too tall to fit in the blank, If there's any other layout you'd like to see offered in this panel please let me know and I'll make it available if possible.

If there's a 70s product you'd like to see modified or something that isn't available in the larger market please feel free to leave a suggestion, Or if there's a custom part you'd like made feel free to contact me at
or post here in the forum.
 
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Can you turn 1 DIN slot into a cup holder or the ashtray to a pull out cup holder? i know there are 1 DIN cup holder already exist but the old design from Nissan is a better option. Would be nice if it says land cruiser in front of it.

I have to pass on the switch plate as I have power mirror control on that location and h4/hub lock on the other. my elocker switch is not going anywhere.

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ChaserFJ60

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Took me long enough! Here's the first attempt at a color matched bezel. I used a bit of paint trickery to mimic the texture of the original piece onto my new 3D printed piece. More to come soon in the following few days!



Pictured below we see the original OEM bezel on top with the new 3D printed version below.
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This next picture is what the bezel looked like fresh off the 3D printer before it was painted!
3D prints dont always come out looking fantastic but with a little sand paper and paint they can be completely transformed into a fantastic addition to your Land Cruiser.
Comparison




 
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I was thinking about tossing the altimeter in my 77 and using that spacs for my gauges and cb. In order to do so i would need to create a box and bezel, i’ve been wondering how i am going to do that. If you could help that would be great. I was thinking a rectangular box/cover would be suffice t but something sleeker angled wouldnt hurt.

Thank you!
 

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