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with brackets (bolts, nuts and screws might not be complete, but can be sourced from a hardware store); some battle scars, but once polished still in good nick. Note: these are no rock sliders! They are fitted to the chassis and not the ladder frame and the brackets will bend if used as rock sliders. They are quite suitable to ease entering and leaving the car, especially for kids and elder people.
Slightly damaged; the damage resulted from hanging up on a rock due to the poor approach angle; also with the damage the bar is still functional. Damage can be fixed - some GFK reinforcement behind the damage might be required.
Sold with the bar above or separate.
Actually a quite good coil IMO with a progressive rate. Gives approx. 25 mm lift compared to the genuine coils.
Suits the Eibach coils, but too short for my current lift.
Well, “bash”plate isn’t the right term for this plastic part - nevertheless as genuine part from Hyundai it will cost you over AU$400!
Got it for free, but had to pay for the shipping - and that was costly. Thought I could figure out how to attach a drain plug, but lack of time never gave this idea a high priority.
4 mm tread left; I always try to get a complete set (5) of new tyres - these are the ones still usable from the last set. The other 3 were ruined due to a too late wheel alignment.
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Organized one just in case - but my genuine one never failed.
One weak item of the Terry, but easy to replace - I always order 2 to have one as backup when I need it, or if someone else needs it…
...depends on what you really need.
…bought it once just in case, but the genuine one is still working just fine …
With 265/75-R16 Pirelli Scorpions ATR LT tyres this mechanism is useless - this tyre size doesn’t fit in the spare well anymore.
Such a nice idea, have a look at the pic - but my tyre size… see above…
I hoped it would allow error code reading of the Terracan’s ECM, but it fails like other scan tools.
Has some other Terracan specific issues - more about this here - and falls behind the ScanGaugeII. So I keep the ScanGaugeII and this one has to go…
Comes with the original box… more info here from their website. It doesn’t suit the Terracan, but might suit another car.
While I might be interested in other Terracan parts - I’m looking for Thule roof bars with the older style legs at the moment - I’m not interested in any commercial style trading of any articles associated with Terracans or other vehicles.
Nevertheless if you have a Terracan part lying around and you want to get rid of it, I might be keen as long as I can provide a place in the garage for it.
Willem Winch, 20 June 2012
panel T1 / 28-10-2012- 4x4 Chautauqua