Mitsubishi Pajero GLS NP 2003 Auto 3.2 Di-D (Rowdy5) (Mod)

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Rowdy5

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Mitsubishi Pajero GLS NP 2003 Auto 3.2 Di-D (Rowdy5) (Mod)

GME 3400 UHF & aerial
Garmin GPS 2
65mm lift front, springs and shockers (tough dog)
65mm lift rear, " " " " "
Hella Rallye FF 4000's
IPF Fat Boys
Goodyear MT/R's 265/75/16
Piranha diff breathers x 2
Dual battery Piranha DBE 150s MK3
Bushranger Max-Air
Primus shower
Piranha mud/snow chains
Ultigards
Axe and shovel holder with rear work light
Tow bar
TJM sump/Tran bash plate
Waeco Coolmatic FF-70 and two connection points
Lambs wool front seat covers
Tailor made rear car seat covers
Mitsubishi accessories include
Weathershields, left and right
Rolla roof racks (sports)
Bonnet and headlight protectors
Colour coded spare wheel cover
Rear sports dust deflector
Door handle protectors
Scuff plates, front and rear
Front bash plate
Plastic cargo liner
Cargo net
Carpet mats, front and rear/ and rubber ones too.
Alloy nudge bar
Pajero snorkel
Tinted windows

Colour; White over Silver








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MMA Snorkel fix
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Pictures updated.......................

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Post Wed Aug 06, 2003 7:13 am

Cooee,

What are "door handle protectors" ???
In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.
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Rowdy5

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Post Wed Aug 06, 2003 9:07 pm

:D
Here, take a look.
Just makes the car look a little bit smarter.


http://www.mitsubishi-motors.com.au/sta ... dlepro.jpg
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Jack H

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Post Sat Jan 03, 2004 10:16 am

Hi Cooee
Like the list of extras. l just asked Taise the same questions of his Paj, hope you don't mind me asking you the same.
How do you find the auto in the bush ? Just went for a test drive in one yesterday and very impressed with it . But the sales men look at you in horror when you say lets go up that track so it a bit hard to get an idea what they can really do and handle real life driving. Have you had any loads on the back, we will be doing a bit of towing with ours. Our camper weighs about 1150kg when loaded.
It would be nice to find out what they are really like from someone who owns one and not trying to sell you one
Cheers
Jack
(thinking of leaving the dark side)-to late i have!!!
Pajero GLX, Di-D, Auto. Some extras including transmission that wont wear out lock up clutch. Can't wear out if it won't stay engaged
Better Built-Better Backed???Should have stayed with the Disco
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 4:16 pm

So Cooeee when are thgose pics getting here???? ;)
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 4:31 pm

lol Wooders, will have to get Damo on to that. :wink:
Jack, in regards to your question. I find it fantastic. I usually switch it over in the bush, and drive it as a manual. :wink:
Towed a 1500kg camper trailer a few weeks ago, and really didnt know it was there. Was able to breeze past Dragonwagon in his V8 Disco, on a hill mind you. Like he was standing still. " Sorry Greg, you need to peddle faster " .
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 4:42 pm

Remember this thread is useless without pics ;) :twisted:
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 5:23 pm

Ahhh much better.....you know I think they are the first pics I've seen of that model Paj getting dirty :shock:
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 5:24 pm

Nice pic's Cooee
The first couple seem such a contrast to the others :)
Isn't it good to get out into the bush for a play :D
Up here it's a bit hard to get out at the monent as we have had so much rain 8)
Cheers
Jack
Pajero GLX, Di-D, Auto. Some extras including transmission that wont wear out lock up clutch. Can't wear out if it won't stay engaged
Better Built-Better Backed???Should have stayed with the Disco
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 7:33 pm

Thanks Jack.....
BTW, yes it's better than you old Disco. :wink:
Wooders, some of us actually take them off road. :wink:
I'd be to scared to take it to a car park in a shopping ctr, it might get damaged. :oops:
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Post Mon Feb 09, 2004 9:20 pm

I'd be to scared to take it to a car park in a shopping ctr, it might get damaged.

I was realy lucky, when l picked mine up from the dealers there was a small mark in the r/h guard :( So now l don't have to worry about putting the first dent in it :D
But a little dent doesn't worry me caus tomorrow the are going to cut a flamin great hole in the guard :cry: then stick a snorkel in it 8)

Jack
Pajero GLX, Di-D, Auto. Some extras including transmission that wont wear out lock up clutch. Can't wear out if it won't stay engaged
Better Built-Better Backed???Should have stayed with the Disco
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Post Tue Feb 10, 2004 3:05 pm

:lol:
Cooee, Great looking Paj, I will be in the market for one myself soon, got to sell a small unit first.

You have done that one up very impressively and its good to see you using it as they are meant for, not only shopping trolleys.

My previous NH was very well set up with all the gear and I took it to some amazing places, usually at the astonishment of other club members, Pajeros are very capable.

Jack H, A few of our club members have the DIDs in auto and love them for towing as well as offroad.

One member recently towed his Jayco Outback van to the Cape and back with his DID with no trouble for the Paj.

Cheers, Oh! by the way, I work for a Mitso dealer, so you could say I am a little bias, but I genuinely love Pajeros regardless of my work.
Kindest regards - Likatiger, Central Coast of NSW 2012 NW Platinum DiD - Let the mods begin !
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Post Sun Jun 20, 2004 1:37 pm

Just updated some pictures at the top. :wink:
See more mud than shopping car parks. :twisted:
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Post Sun Jun 20, 2004 9:16 pm

Nice pics Rowdy.

It s indeed a fine car, looks great inthe rear view mirror with all four wheels off the ground.
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