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dog283 wrote:
Too bad don't have interior pics, has a Jamex bucket seat riding on shocks. :twisted:


by shocks, do you mean the ones that come on the oem seats? i want to run RECARO..will they fit on the oem rails?


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Love these trucks, missed out on a super clean one a couple years back when my jerk old boss out bid me by 50 bucks off of another jerk co-worker and uses it as a woods beater :evil:

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dog283 wrote:
Too bad don't have interior pics, has a Jamex bucket seat riding on shocks. :twisted:


by shocks, do you mean the ones that come on the oem seats? i want to run RECARO..will they fit on the oem rails?


Yup. I believe the ones that come with the OEM seats. It's not hard to adopt Recaros to the OEM rails.

For my Lancer I used Recaro Specialist M's that came off a Mitsu RVR Evolution in Japan (some crazy sporty Wagon) all it needed was drilling 2 new holes in the stock rails and they bolted in perfectly. Same for the Paj. I was not hard to adopt the Jamex seat to the stock rails. A bit more work though then my Mitsu sourced Recaros

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Lukas wrote:
Did your grandfathers Pajero look like this?

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From memory it was something like that :mrgreen: :tu:

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dog283 wrote:
Yup. I believe the ones that come with the OEM seats. It's not hard to adopt Recaros to the OEM rails.

For my Lancer I used Recaro Specialist M's that came off a Mitsu RVR Evolution in Japan (some crazy sporty Wagon) all it needed was drilling 2 new holes in the stock rails and they bolted in perfectly. Same for the Paj. I was not hard to adopt the Jamex seat to the stock rails. A bit more work though then my Mitsu sourced Recaros


sweet. another set of RECARO is on my list. i should have never sold my SRD.. :(

i just can't decide if i want bucket or reclinable.


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.rob wrote:
dog283 wrote:
Yup. I believe the ones that come with the OEM seats. It's not hard to adopt Recaros to the OEM rails.

For my Lancer I used Recaro Specialist M's that came off a Mitsu RVR Evolution in Japan (some crazy sporty Wagon) all it needed was drilling 2 new holes in the stock rails and they bolted in perfectly. Same for the Paj. I was not hard to adopt the Jamex seat to the stock rails. A bit more work though then my Mitsu sourced Recaros


sweet. another set of RECARO is on my list. i should have never sold my SRD.. :(

i just can't decide if i want bucket or reclinable.


Reclinable FTW. Has the comfort and more than enough support even if you drive hard. Would not want a fixed bucket for a long drive.

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.rob wrote:
dog283 wrote:
Yup. I believe the ones that come with the OEM seats. It's not hard to adopt Recaros to the OEM rails.

For my Lancer I used Recaro Specialist M's that came off a Mitsu RVR Evolution in Japan (some crazy sporty Wagon) all it needed was drilling 2 new holes in the stock rails and they bolted in perfectly. Same for the Paj. I was not hard to adopt the Jamex seat to the stock rails. A bit more work though then my Mitsu sourced Recaros


sweet. another set of RECARO is on my list. i should have never sold my SRD.. :(

i just can't decide if i want bucket or reclinable.


Reclinable FTW. Has the comfort and more than enough support even if you drive hard. Would not want a fixed bucket for a long drive.


yeah, true. i've had both and the SRD were very comfy.


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wheels and tires equipped!

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Great photowork Rob. The new wheels and tires look wicked and compliment the new paint job really well. But you still haven't given us any engine shots man!

C'mon chief, hop to it. :lol:

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back with some toys. :D

here's a few pics taken over the weekend(buddy shot the pics/i edited them). the truck did really well all around and conquered some tough hills!

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Very clean, reminds me of my bro's 1988 Dodge Raider he used to own. Very durable, too :D

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Very clean, reminds me of my bro's 1988 Dodge Raider he used to own. Very durable, too :D


yeah, they're very durable in water, sand, mud, snow, and anything that gets in the way!


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that is rad!!!


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thanks guys.

thinking of getting rid of the chromes and rocking black wheels.


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Man, I've been gone too long. Great to see a fellow Montero (AKA Raider) owner on here. It looks fantastic BTW.

Mines more of a street going truck so I kept the suspension stock and worked on the drivetrain. Swapped in a Starion engine and rebuilt 5-spd and a couple other things here in there (Stereo, tinted windows, Yakima rack, HID headlights, etc.).

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^^^ wow, yours is in REALLY fresh condition!


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Can you post a side shot? The pillar looks better painted to match the body than it does in the stock black. Any mods to the suspension?


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I own one too. It´s my fourth Pajero, this time a V6 3000 Auto.


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just saw this thread, didnt know its about pajeros/monteros/raiders

heres our parts hauler :)

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