Long Overland Trip in a 2000 LX - Opinions Sought.

Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by sean257, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. blatant

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    Use format @LandCruiserPhil, it will generate a notification for the dude immediately.
     
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    LandCruiserPhil Peter Pan Syndrome Supporting Vendor

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    If you order before midnight it will ship tomorrow USPS Priority Mail normally 2 -3 days anywhere in the lower 48.

    We are leaving tomorrow for some more needed beach LC product testing. So no more shipping this week as I ensure all the products we sell perform as detailed. ;)

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    Ready to go out tomorrow
    USPS Priority Label says 2 days:meh:

    Let us know :)
     
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  6. sean257

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    Thanks LCPhil!

    For the gas tank, I actually just Used two sided tape and some rubber padding that I had in the garage to put on the side of the gas can that was touching the roof, and strapped it down with a ratchet strap.

    For the shovel I used quik fist That I screwed down to the main roof rack rail.
     
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    Thanks, so enlarged your photo and it appears you are running the strap over the top of the can and securing it to the 2 crossbars? Great, simple idea. I really did not want to buy a new rack this year and this is the cheapest solution I have seen so far.
     
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    Man, how do you carry that thing? Does it fit in the regular jack location?
     
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    I used to have a yellow bin I would strap down in the truck, along with other tools, recovery gear, etc. I just completed a drawer build, so its in there now.
     
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    It does fit securely behind the factory jack
     
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    Thanks for this, luckily I printed it out! Needed already today at a creek and had no cell service. Unfortunately I wasn’t so lucky as to have a nub to turn with a 7mm or 9/32, but managed to get it started anyway. Now it will need fixed asap
     
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