1995 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser w/ Cummins 3.9L 4BT Turbo Diesel - JeepForum.com
 
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1995 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser w/ Cummins 3.9L 4BT Turbo Diesel

1995 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser w/ Cummins 3.9L 4BT swapped with auxiliary heated multi-fuel tank (veggie oil, motor oil, etc.) professionally installed by Green Drop Garage. Holset hx30 super turbo, NV4500 5 speed transmission, Bosch p7100 mechanical fuel pump (nothing better for multi-fuel), Pusher 3” Intake, FJ60 transfer case (allows 2 or 4 wheel drive), ARB Bull Front Bumper, Custom Slee style Rear foldout bumper, custom step sliders (aluminum), custom intercooler/radiator setup (courtesy Rampage Fabrication), Bowfin Cruisers Roof-rack w/ light bar and bright backup lights, Old Man Emu 3 inch lift, Emu Shocks and Emu steering stabilizer, tow hitch welded into frame for high clearance, 1.25 inch wheel spacers installed, wired and ready for next owner to install ARB lockers.

Truck has 263,000 miles, build and rebuilt engine/transmission has 58,000 miles, I have receipts of all major maintenance and upgrades logged. I only use AMSOIL fluids.

Interior: Tape adapter is included. Complete black Weathertech liners throughout, sunroof works w/ no leaks, black leather seat covers first and second row, leather fold-up third row, EGT gauge, boost gauge, fuel temp gauge (for multi-fuel), and auxiliary fuel level indicator, bar light switch, bumper light switch, manual backup light switch, engine fan switch.

This is one of a kind literally...and is a hoot to drive, and has good torque. I bought it to eventually be a transcontinental overland vehicle but plans (for me) have changed. Cummins told me the engine came from a 1999 fork lift...It’s not for everyone, but I enjoyed driving it reliably every day to/from work, and to play on the weekends! Gets 20 MPG with 25 gallon main tank and 25 gallon auxiliary, do the math! I have a local diesel mechanic in Pinebluff that does the stuff I don’t have time for. He is available to speak to as a reference. Bottom line is that this vehicle is solid.

It currently runs on four 33 inch General Grabber AT2 tires w/ one spare mounted on the bumper and I do rotate them. You should upgrade to 35s when they wear out though. Its geared well for it IMO. New upgraded brakes 15,000 miles ago.

Serious inquiries only and no trades please. The vehicle will not be available until after 22nd September but I will hold it on deposit. cash, bitcoin, and eth.

FZJ80, 5.9l, 12 valve, 6bt, swap, off-road, 4x4, zombie, apocalypse, bears are crushing, you're banned for life, how dare you, land the plane, no one is having more fun

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