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About JJCRU23R

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  • Birthday 09/17/1980

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    RAV4, NISSAN Cube3
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    New South Wales
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  1. Closest I will get to being on Mighty Car Mods...
  2. WELL.. its been a good long while. Ive done quite a bit since thelast update, but here is one pic of what my box looks like now..
  3. Do you have photos of how these were built and installed?? 😄
  4. long while since last update.. based on what I can think of from the looks of that last pic I have done the following: JDM Plates- generic content for just $199.. ordered within 2 weeks of their release... fk annual fees for custom content! -3 new tires and alignment -engine and transmission from a nissan micra 2009 model - 99% straight swap! -car was 99% certain wound back so since both trans and motor were cheap and low kms, i changed both. -black rear bumper -black front bumper from later model cube - DVD head unit with rear view cam - relocated
  5. Hi guys, long time since I posted in here.. Ive sold my 1zz for a 7 seater nissan cube. First time leaving the Toyota family to buy something proper JDM.. Just wondering about the Sportivo rims? They are 4x100.. Same as my Nissan Cube?! Just curious to know what size/offset they are? The Cube factory alloys are 15x5.5 +50. Apparently 16x7 +40 can fit fine without rolling the guards... Im pretty sure I already have 17x7 but my guards are not rolled.. not sure of offset as my 17's came with my car. Anyways.. if anyone can confirm the size of the Corolla 2zz Sportivo Alloys, Id really apprec
  6. Currently in progress... Still far and away from where I wanna be.. (Ive done a lot since this pic but still far from finishing) JEEPNEY CUBE!
  7. More Exterior mods coming soon.. I like to get the exterior done before I even contemplate changing anything under the hood. In recent months I bought a pair of front OEM springs from a wrecked cube because I was experiencing severe LOUD noises from the drivers side strut/springs. Brand new the strut mount, new springs and shocks would cost over $1000 just for the same original height etc... The pair I bought was $100 all up. I only replaced the drivers side and I havent had any issues since June! YAY!
  8. Stealth Body mounts via ebay... needed modification since it just wont work with the Cube body if I followed the instructions.. I guess theyre build for sedans. Fits and sits much nicer
  9. Forgot to show the light kit pics.. for about $18 I bought a light kit that has headlights, fog lights, indicators and reverse

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