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    Default wanting to build aoshima ute but hitting dead ends.


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    Hey all

    I recently bought a 1981 rn30 toyota hilux. I want to build an aoshima ute out of it. I want to know what disc brake upgrades, suspension upgrades and engine conversions are avalible. I want the bolt in mods with brakes and suspension with the only customation/fabracation part being the diff. Motor and box can be more customized as that's kinda expected. If anyone can point me in the direction of websites, build projects or magazine articles etc. just let me know. Any help would be appreciated x

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    If you're a member on toymods there is a bracket avalible for the diff to use MA/ga/jza70 supra rear brake setup which I am using on my hilux diff in my T18. I also think there is a bloke on trademe.co.nz that modifies hilux front brakes to some 4 piston setup.
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