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    Thanks for posting that, Mark.

    I haven't yet explored ETACS. Didn't even occur to me given the old machinery I'm used to driving!


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    How did I miss that page in the thread? Good info. Shame they are preset to fixed values but getting closer to actual tire size is better than nothing.

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    Anyone found the part numbers for the 3.550 final drive gear set and tried ordering them direct from Mitsubishi yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiec View Post
    Anyone found the part numbers for the 3.550 final drive gear set and tried ordering them direct from Mitsubishi yet?
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    Now you can give it a go, mate!


    Btw: The European part numbers are sometimes not identical to those of other Mitsu organizations!
    The European Mitsubishi organization seems to be part of the Emil Frey Gruppe Organization. As far as I know and don't quote me on this, they are the official European importers of Mitsubishi and Subaru, they run official Mercedes-Benz Factory Service centers, and organize or run dealerships for lots of well-known brands, such as Abarth, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Fiat, Ford, FUSO, Hyundai, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lexus, Maserati, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Mitsubishi, Opel, Seat, Škoda, smart, Subaru, Toyota, Volkswagen und Volvo.

    See for yourself: https://www.emilfrey.ch/de/#

    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Frey_Gruppe

    https://www.emilfrey.de/de/wir-ueber-uns
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    Fantastic thanks very much for that info.

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    @ jamiec: Youre welcome!
    Aren't you from Brisbane?

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    Yes i am now as i have been interstate for some 15 years until the last few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiec View Post
    Yes i am now as i have been interstate for some 15 years until the last few months.
    Mee too. I grew up in a quiet neighbourhood of Queenslanders. Today the largest shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere occupies the entire area, and half of Indooroopilly was inihilated to build it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foama View Post
    Mee too. I grew up in a quiet neighbourhood of Queenslanders. Today the largest shopping centre in the Southern Hemisphere occupies the entire area, and half of Indooroopilly was inihilated to build it.
    Yep that's a big shopping centre i am on the North side near Mango Hill. when did you leave Australia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiec View Post
    Yep that's a big shopping centre i am on the North side near Mango Hill. when did you leave Australia?
    I left when they demolished the entire neighbourhood to build that huge shopping centre. The entire district was renovated Queenslanders, with verandas around the entire houses, pools in the back and gardens around and in front of the houses. Definitely upper class. I haven't returned since. I worked at the BMC dealership of "Honest Bob Crombie" in Taringa. If you recall the multiplex cinema in the shopping centre located where Grosvenor Rd used to be, you know where I lived.


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