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Harlo

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  • Toyota Model
    IS250 Sports Luxury
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    2010
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    Queensland

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  1. Hey @conrod, hope you're still around. I'm trying to do what you guys have done in the past. I've got some spare wheels from my Lexus IS250 which I want to fit to my 2WD Hilux. I've done some calculations and everything seems to be fine but just confused on the centre bore thing as well. The IS250/Kluger share the same centre bore of 60.1mm but I looked online and it said the Hilux's centre bore is 106.1mm so I'm kinda confused seeing as 106.1mm seems to be a hell of a lot bigger than 60.1mm but people have fitted Kluger rims previously fine to the 4x2 HIlux and people are advertising th
  2. Hi, Has anyone fitted a tub from the 2015+ Hilux onto the 05-14 models? Just wondering if it would fit/what modifications would be necessary. Cheers :) Insert other media
  3. Trent's correct, Toyota doesn't have colour paint codes for their wheels as usually they're finished off at a different factory from their paint facilities. You can probably find a close match for your wheel colour if you look close enough from Toyota's paint guide but it won't be exact. Camera colour matching would be the best idea but it might be a hassle taking the wheel off/bringing it into the shop.
  4. Yep, later models use LED's. You will have to solder off and on SMD LED's - a pretty tricky job.
  5. The Genesis looks amazing - has lots of road presence. I love the front end of the car, the only design quirk for me is that the rear looks too similar to an Elantra and depreciation is probably going to be not so go good. The Ultimate pack is $83k!
  6. Hey Kombi and Chunks - it might still be the ballast. I think it still maintains power after it ignites the bulb which is why you still hear it buzzing when the headlights are on, like Boondy said though if its definitely faulty the bulb won't ignite. Toyota ballasts are pretty generic: http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0.H0.Xdenso+balla.TRS0&_nkw=denso+ballast&ghostText=&_sacat=0 Make sure that the bulb size is correct - D4S but other than that the only thing that differs is the length of the HID cord between models. I've changed
  7. Holy crap! I used to have an 07 Camry that had what I called a melted dash - it was sticky to touch and left fingerprints/nail marks but that takes it to a whole new level.
  8. Hey Bryce, See if you can get a part number from the dealership and order it online. Programming is easy if you have buy a Techstream cable on eBay. Used keys aren't reprogrammable without a lot of difficulty.
  9. Members found this kit worked: http://au.toyotaownersclub.com/forums/topic/25274-aux-input-mod-pms-sent-to-djkor-regarding-this-mod-will-go-unanswered/page-9#entry493244
  10. Welcome Dylan! How much is the 86 setting you back with that staff discount? ;)
  11. I love the kappa wheels! Good luck with the sale.
  12. If you're planning to order your key from overseas make sure that their part number is the same as the Australian version. I know for Lexus keyless remotes, there are numerous different frequencies: Japan, Taiwan, China, Korea, Singapore, Australia, Russia, etc. all have difference frequencies and can't be used interchangeably. Some models have the same frequencies as the US though and the keys can be imported from there but you have to be absolutely certain that the part numbers match. I suspect it would be the same for Toyota too. New Zealand also has the same frequency as Australia too if I
  13. You can try and import a Nascar Camry V8 from the USA and do a LHD-RHD conversion - probably your cheapest route lol. There's a reason why Audi doesn't move from a FWD to RWD architecture when all the other luxury brands do, too much R&D to change everything.
  14. It might if you cut up both bumpers and fuse sections of each - I know a few people have done this on the Lexus forums but it's a lot of work. I think the ACV40R is bigger in size though to the earlier models so not sure?
  15. Make sure your smart key isn't next to your phone in your pocket/hand as sometimes this causes interference and won't unlock your car :)

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