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FJZ 80 stock Min ground clearance, approach/departure angles

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by 94landcruiser, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. 94landcruiser

    94landcruiser

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    I was reading a comparison of the new Explorer and Commander and the artical states the offroad capabilities and gives the tc type, diff types and dimensions.

    I searched here, the net, the FSM and nowhere did I find this info.


    I asked on 3FE (and in two days got no response, seems they are a bit of a clique and only answer each other) I measured my truck but am not sure I measured correctly.

    Anyone know or know where I might find this data?

    Thanks
     
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  2. txtortoise

    txtortoise SILVER Star

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    Someone with the 1994 brochure may be your best bet. Not much on Google. Probably not dramatically different than this:

    2006 = Angle of approach/departure/breakover (degrees) 31/24/24
    http://www.toyota.com/landcruiser/specs.html Dimensions
     
  3. 94landcruiser

    94landcruiser

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    Thanks. I googled, searched here and on other boards but did not think to look at Toyota and was not sent there by google.

    Anyone have a stock 100 and 80 that can see the differances?

    I looked at the new 80's here:

    http://www.toyota.com.ve/showroom/vx_autana/specs.html

    But these specs are not there. :(
     
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    FJ809496TLC 80 series addict GOLD Star

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    Angle of approach is 34 degrees, angle of departure is 22 degrees and the minimum ground clearance is 10.8 inches. These infos were found in the original brochure.
     
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    Great! Thanks very much!
     
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