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    holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    This is my every day driver and parts hauler. its slow and gutless but cheep to run on LPG
    I love it to bits




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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    Heres some pic's of my 1980 Holden Jackaroo
    G200 2.0L 4cyl gasser
    4 speed 4x4



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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    there everywhere! wish i still had my old one!

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    Yeh I dont think I will get rid of mine in a hurry. Mine is also 2L
    4 speed. I paid A huge $600 for it and it is the first car that I
    have owned with Working airconditioming and I have had a lot of cars

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    AWESOME! You boys down under have a nice selection of Holden Jackaroo stuff!!

    Here's my 91:



    I love 1st gen Troopers. I wish I could find a 1st gen ARB Bullbar...

    Keep the pics coming! I'm planning a full restore for mine this fall. Crate motor, repaint, Line-X, new seats, the works!

    Bart

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    That's a tuff looking trooper you have there I want to do something similar with mine one day. I would like to put the later model 2.6 liter in for a bit more torque. But unfortunately it's last on my list of projects.

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    Yeah, over here we got the GM 2.8 V6 in 89/90/91 Troopers. That motor can be swapped out without to much work for a GM 3.4 V6. That's what I did with mine, and it makes a big difference, especially with the lift and 33" tires.

    Bart

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    Yeh we have the v6 in the later models also. We also have an abundance of GM 3.8 litre motors which would be prety much the same as the 3.4 you mentioned. That may be with a though also.

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    Finally a Jackaroo threads

    Here's mine, a 1984 Chevrolet Trooper with C223 diesel engine.



    What will you do with your Jackaroo Zzzzed?

    If you want to replace those wheels, consider to sell the hub cap for me

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    Re: holdern jackaroo AKA izuzu trooper

    That's a nice short wheel base trooper you have there
    Nice try on the wheel caps. I do have a wider set of rims I will be putting
    On when I can afford tires, but I will be transferring the caps over with them. :tu:

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