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 on: Today at 03:02:16 
Started by DazArb - Last post by DazArb
So I?ve come across this turbo from Mambatek, part number 001 0407. Has anybody run one on their 4D56??

My K74 has a tipping body conversion and it?s considerably larger than the original body. Plus, being an arborist, it is frequently full to the brim with woodchip and logs, not to mention I tow an 850kg wood chipper behind me. In other words, I NEED MORE POWER! More specifically, I need my turbo spooling up quicker to help get the lump moving. It?s fine once it?s got some momentum.

Some of you might be able to tell just from the dimensions etc whether it?ll spoil quicker, so here?s a link;

Any advice would be much appreciated!

 on: Yesterday at 17:08:48 
Started by bago - Last post by Nooks
She looks too clean to be a hard worker! I guess you've just given her a wash before taking the photos. She is in fantastic condition, much more so than mine. I'm beginning to see the rust come through under the paint around the wheel-arches, and the lacquer on the canopy is all but destroyed. It runs good though, my biggest annoyance is the bouncy back end as a result of fitting Milners leaf springs. The originals were much more comfortable. (and the annoying thing about this is there is a local outlet that could have got me some better ones for not a lot more money).

Is the Toyota a project?

 on: 27 September, 2020, 01:18:22 AM 
Started by Emmo - Last post by Emmo
Hi Peeps
My turbo seems to boost poorly, I set the actuator arm as per standard. then drive and the boost is spot on. then after a few drives the actuator on the turbo needs resetting?? Im running out of adjustment! Any ideas?? Also on the boost c#vacume side, the small pipe runs to the pump, on the other side of the small pump I have a metal pipe but no small rubber one conected. I think its missing!

 on: 26 September, 2020, 13:42:47 PM 
Started by bago - Last post by bago
I hope you like her Nooks?  She works hard every day!!

 on: 26 September, 2020, 13:40:20 PM 
Started by bago - Last post by bago

 on: 26 September, 2020, 13:24:59 PM 
Started by bago - Last post by bago
Hi Nooks, yup, she's still goin' 250K miles!!  If I can post a picture up I will!

In terms of the LSD, both wheels in neutral should turn the same way, thats how they work.  Opposite ways for open diff, same way for LSD.  Mines gone from same, to opposite and I'm thinking clutch plate failure in the diff.  Will investigate further.


 on: 26 September, 2020, 12:53:36 PM 
Started by bago - Last post by danby
isn't that perfectly normal? If the other wheel didn't react then it must have been on the floor or the brakes on that wheel.

 on: 26 September, 2020, 03:33:05 AM 
Started by bago - Last post by Nooks
Hi Bago,

Good to know there's still another Triton still going besides mine!

Can't really answer your question as I've never tried it, but just a thought: Is the gearbox set to Park or Neutral? That might affect it if the prop is locked.

Thats all I can offer really.

 on: 26 September, 2020, 00:18:12 AM 
Started by bago - Last post by bago
Hello Lads,

Jacked the truck up today to do the brakes and noticed that when I spin one wheel the other goes the opposite way (Rear).  This didn't used to happen.  Both used to go the same way.  It's an LSD.

Does this mean the clutch plates have had it?

If so, where do I get a replacement and how much are they?

Am struggling to find anything online about it!


 on: 20 September, 2020, 00:28:33 AM 
Started by Freeway - Last post by Freeway
Hello guys i have a buck liner for sale in good condition. fits the classic model L200. PRICE ?100

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