The build up of Hekarewe
23-12-2012, 09:24 PM,
#1
The build up of Hekarewe
Well Troopie pete sudjest that i do a build page for hekarewe on here as it may interest some of you and may even inspire poeple to go in a symilar direction,,,, who knows

the patrol was brought in Nov 2010 and replaced my much loved 1988 pajero, (the origanal hekarewe)

i was actually looking for a 4.2 diesel patrol but could not find good one for love nor money and was shown this by the sales man whilst Danielle was test driving her nissan tiida. he talked me into a test drive and when i saw it had never been off road and the letter from the prievous female owner in the log book saying how she enjoyed it and how she wished the new ower many happy years of motoring in her i just had to have her (i am sure when she wrote that note she had no idea of what her beloved patrol was going to be in for)

so let start with some shots of the origanl Hekarewe and some of places i use to take a basicily standard pajero this one had a 2.6 astron motor and manual supprising what can be achieved on 31 inch tyres and a 2 inch lift.


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23-12-2012, 09:31 PM,
#2
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
right now onto the current Hekarewe

Nissan Patrol ST-L 3.0lt diesel manual aug 2003

purchased in nov 2010 standard one owner factory fitted alloy bar and nissan driving lights that was it!!!!

Even the roof rack has a little history behind it, it actually came of a friends nissan patrol and we had to fabricat new footings and extenders to get the rack high enough to fit the roof of the pajero and close in to fit the narrow roof. when the patrol came along i then had to buy new footings to make it standard again as we had butcher the origanal footings converting it.


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23-12-2012, 09:38 PM,
#3
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
a few weeks after buying her she was taken down to ARB at Penrith where she started to change shape

here the alloy bar came of and the following was added

ARB steel bar
warn 9500lb xp winch with 9.6hp motor
arb duel batteries
rust protection
turbo timer
snorkle
awning
anderson plug and electircs to the boot for the fridge
electric brake activator
50mm list on old man emu suspension
GME uhf cb


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23-12-2012, 09:42 PM,
#4
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
next to be done was he rock sliders from Bolsys and Narva 225 driving lights these were added at a working bee day organised through nissan patrol.com forum and held at the then new Torq4x4 shop


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23-12-2012, 09:45 PM,
#5
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
cant just stop there this was followed by a saturday at torq 4x4 where they fitted hekarewe witha gonana auto lokka for the fron diff

didnt think to get photos of the fitting but do i like my lokka's,,,,, hell no i love my lokka just ask shazz she was there the day i tried them out friggin awsome

oh yes and around this time was when the second airel appeared on the bull bar for the 3g phone

and lets not forget the harris hard case front diff protector that can be seen in a lot of her head photos


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23-12-2012, 10:04 PM,
#6
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
now for some more light mods

after breaking one of the blank lens on the back of patrol on hill called ball bearing hill in the glass house mountian with the ipswich club i was shocked to find the nissan wanted $260.00 for one blank lens so it was on the net and an email to CARS r US and $140.00 later i had working lights for both sides brake tail and indecators and revers lights and wiring looms

then came the work light fitted to the roof back of the roof rack both with help from nissan patrol memebers


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23-12-2012, 10:14 PM,
#7
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
and now for latest visit to torq 4x4

milweld custom eng rear bar with twin jerry can holders and spare wheel holder
marks adaptors gear master 43% reduction gears
tune it chip
2 3/4 inch mandril exhaust from beaudesert
out back draws and fridge slide


whats next well that would be the guages that are on order exhaust gas temp and turbo boost guages

for got to mention just after the diff lock was added was when the Maxxis big horns in 285/75r16 were purchased as bush walk boots for hekare we

and trust me the story will continue


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23-12-2012, 10:36 PM,
#8
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
Well done mate,
It's looking good, hope to see you on a drive soon.
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27-12-2012, 05:51 PM,
#9
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
Nice looking rig mate
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27-12-2012, 08:01 PM,
#10
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
Time bandit Wrote:Nice looking rig mate
TroopiePete Wrote:Well done mate,
It's looking good, hope to see you on a drive soon.

thanks guys yes will be out on a drive soon i hope with the club unfortunatly the down side of this new found torque and power that i now have has shown up a weakness in the drive line so it would seem i am up for a clutch in the new year early new year that is driving with a very little right peddle at the moment LOL if dont rain it pours lol
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28-12-2012, 05:05 PM,
#11
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
Bugger on the clutch!
Mine has been sus for ages but it seems to be holding in - no idea if it needs replacing but certainly gets jumpy if I have not driven it for a few days :roll:
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01-01-2013, 01:22 AM,
#12
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
hekarewe Wrote:,,,,, hell no i love my lokka just ask shazz she was there the day i tried them out friggin awsome
:lol: hooo yaaaa - can we do that again!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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01-01-2013, 05:51 AM,
#13
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
i think i will have to get a lokka myself if it makes woman do that
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01-01-2013, 08:31 AM,
#14
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
Time bandit Wrote:i think i will have to get a lokka myself if it makes woman do that


out of everything i have had done to the truck the lokka and the reductyion gears are by far the best investment for 4wding yet just so much control
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12-05-2013, 07:09 PM,
#15
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
been a couple of buisy weekends for hekarewe shelf and divider in by torque 4x4 finally finished the braws now hooray mean while the fridge and insulation is now in but i didnt count enough d shackles for the fridge so back to masters through the week then it was over to mick on saturday to move the trailer plugs and add some more accessory plugs for rhiannon to be able to plug her own things into the 12 volt in her own space not mine LOL thanks to everyone who helped and worked on this for me the truck is looking just trick now thanks again mick and torque 4x4


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25-05-2013, 03:14 PM,
#16
Re: The build up of Hekarewe
rod holders

taking 4 fishing rods to cape york 2 surf rods and 2 short spinning rods, but how to carry them up there with out breaking them and with out having them in my way also need to be able to access them quickly if an oppertunity arises to have a quick fish. what to do? got an idea from one of torques 4x4 clients who had the small rods fitted to the front of the lad barrier in behind the back seats. so with idea in mind it was of to Charlton fishing at red bank and we hit the jack pot with a set of Berkly lock ring road holders which are now fitted to the front of my load barrier behind the back seat and yes i have included some pictures of how it all looks now it is fitted. tomorrow it is off to masters to buy some PVC and then clark rubber to build a set rod tubes for the roof rack will p[ost up photos after they are done


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