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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    2h and 4h ;ang po and gamitin nyo and can shift even upto 100kph and still use on paved roads, the 4hl and 4ll, are for offorad use only, never attempt to use those 2 sa paved roads, youll wreck your beloved 4wd system.
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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by AC View Post
    guys kasya ba sa stock height gen2 ang 285-75 R16?

    thanks lumalabas sa miata tire calculator.. its 32.8 inch diameter..
    http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

    btw i what i have on now is 275/70 R16 which is 31.2"
    the highest you can go on stock height for the pajero is 32inch rims, medyo sagad na yun, for some they might experience some slight rubbing, ibaiba din kasi and thread patterns ng manufacturers. but max na ang 265/75/16, 32inch na yun....2b5/75/16 magrurub na talaga...

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Thanks AC and Reepicheep , yes may mga nakikita akong online ads na less than 500k lang ang local pajero nila, pero naisip ko pag naghanap kami sa mga 2nd hand shops siguro mas maraming mas mura pa diba? Mas ok nang malaki ang kotse para hindi hassle pag baha haha thanks guys

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by AC View Post
    sir rock..
    ano po body ng fm niyo? gen2 or gen2.5?

    susundan niyo lang po sir yung drawing sir..
    tulak tulak lang po sir.. just like the tranny stick.. ang sabi po kaya niya mag palit.. kahit naka 100kph according sa ads.. hehe pero i never tried...changing at those speeds.. hehe if sa city lang po akyat akyat bangketa for parking pwede napo 2hi and 4hi.. yung iba po hindi ko din alam gamitin.. hehe may nakapagsabi lang po sakin noon... wag lang daw po gamitin yung dulo.. yung dulo po yata yung naka lock yung.. diff.. wag daw gamitin pag nasa semento... hehe
    lets wait for those who really use them.. hehe para sigurado ang sagot.. hehehe
    thanks sir ac for the info.. gen2.5 ata yung body yung sexy hehe.. correct me if im wrong.. sa ngayon kasi nakaset yung 4wd stick niya sa dulo pababa ganun na siya nung nabili namin.. meron ba dapat nakailaw sa dashboard kung ganun ang state niya? meron ba dapat na susundin na process pag mag shift ka ng 4wd stick? for example kelangan ba full stop or naka neutral siya.. TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerners View Post
    thanks sir ac for the info.. gen2.5 ata yung body yung sexy hehe.. correct me if im wrong.. sa ngayon kasi nakaset yung 4wd stick niya sa dulo pababa ganun na siya nung nabili namin.. meron ba dapat nakailaw sa dashboard kung ganun ang state niya? meron ba dapat na susundin na process pag mag shift ka ng 4wd stick? for example kelangan ba full stop or naka neutral siya.. TIA

    Nasa 2H setting yan, yung 4wd indicator sa dashboard dapat naka green yung rear tire symbols.

    Sa pag shift ng 4wd stick,
    if stationary N = 2h to 4H & vice versa as well as to 4Hc &Lc
    If moving D = 2H to 4H & vice versa ( di ko pa to nagawa, correct nyo na lang ako baka sirain ko 4wd tranny ko e-experiment! hehehe )

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    Quote Originally Posted by AC View Post
    thanks sir pb.. hehe yun nga eh.. mainit ngayon.. nadamay pa hid and fogs.. hehehe tsaka ko na kabit... baka matyempuhan pa.. hehe


    sir charles carmichael
    sir +1 din po ako sa fm or kahit gen2 manlang... madami pa po hidden na gagastosan sa mga converted and delikado din po sa mga sasakay at sa mga makakasalubong niyo sa kalye.. i have heard horror stories sa mga naka rhd.. sorry bros na naka rhd converts...opinion lang po
    madami po ako nakikita gen2 below 500t.. downside lang ng gen2 is.. mahina po makina.. only 4d56 but kahit mahina.. fuel effiecient naman and napakamura ng piyesa since madami sa piyesa nila shared sa L300..
    it is very reliable as well.. nakikita ko lang problem.. na mahirap ayusin at reoccuring is yung heat plugs which is.. palagay ko ganun din naman sa jdm at fm..
    well ofcourse gen2 vs fm.. fm gusto ko hehe specially sana kung 4wheel drive.. hehe hindi naman nagagamit 4wd sa city pero masarap din yung alam mong andyan lang siya incase kailangan mo.. hehehe
    paalala din po... mga year model ng jdm.. madalas po hindi totoo... at napapabata ng nagparating ng ilang taon... malalaman po real manufacturing date ng sasakyan sa seatbelt tags...
    example local gen2 is 1995 to 1998 jdm is 1991 to 1997
    local fm is 1999 to 2008 jdm is 1998 to 1999

    btw binaba na transmission ng gen2 namin.. hehe durog durog nanga release bearing.. hehe buti nalang daw pinagawa agad.. dahil pag pinabayaan daw... dadamay padaw ng ibang piyesa..

    replaced clutch disc, pressure plate, some supports and the release bearing nadin since matrabaho magbaba ng transmission..
    got daiken exedy brand and ntn bearings

    sana those are good brands.. hehe didnt have time to research.. since naka baba na yung transmission..


    AC make sure na orig na daiken exedy nakuha mo, I bought that brand for my other ride turns out na fake pla. In 2 years sibak! while I was racing a pick-up. Buo pa yung clutch disk yung rematche ang bumigay.... sheesh. Yung NTN ngaun ko pa lang narinig.... sorry.... I always use KOYO or NSK when it comes to bearings..... Cheers

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by blue_gambit View Post
    Nasa 2H setting yan, yung 4wd indicator sa dashboard dapat naka green yung rear tire symbols.

    Sa pag shift ng 4wd stick,
    if stationary N = 2h to 4H & vice versa as well as to 4Hc &Lc
    If moving D = 2H to 4H & vice versa ( di ko pa to nagawa, correct nyo na lang ako baka sirain ko 4wd tranny ko e-experiment! hehehe )
    you can shift from 2H to 4H kahit tumatakbo. ginagawa ko yan sa nlex pag mga ganitong panahon, at 70-80kph speed.

    hmmmmm... pumangit na pajero ko. wala na fog lights, huhuhu...

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by rockerners View Post
    thanks sir ac for the info.. gen2.5 ata yung body yung sexy hehe.. correct me if im wrong.. sa ngayon kasi nakaset yung 4wd stick niya sa dulo pababa ganun na siya nung nabili namin.. meron ba dapat nakailaw sa dashboard kung ganun ang state niya? meron ba dapat na susundin na process pag mag shift ka ng 4wd stick? for example kelangan ba full stop or naka neutral siya.. TIA
    stick nasa baba = 2H, indicator should be 2 green lights on the SS
    stick up from 2H = 4H, indicator should be 4 green lights on the SS
    stick to the right from 4H = 4HL, indicator should be 4 green lights and center diff lock should lit up (orange light)
    stick to the upper right = 4LL, indicator is same with 4HL

    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckBartowski View Post
    Thanks AC and Reepicheep , yes may mga nakikita akong online ads na less than 500k lang ang local pajero nila, pero naisip ko pag naghanap kami sa mga 2nd hand shops siguro mas maraming mas mura pa diba? Mas ok nang malaki ang kotse para hindi hassle pag baha haha thanks guys
    yun mga local na pajero worth 400-500k eh mga gen 2 pajero. engine is the 4d56 TDIC. ok naman mga yan, check mo lang kung mausok gawa nang notorious ang 4d56 sa pagiging mausok. pero kung well taken care naman ang pajero, it should do fine.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by testament11 View Post
    you can shift from 2H to 4H kahit tumatakbo. ginagawa ko yan sa nlex pag mga ganitong panahon, at 70-80kph speed.

    hmmmmm... pumangit na pajero ko. wala na fog lights, huhuhu...

    I symphatize with you bro... ako din! nyaahay

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Pajero Fieldmaster (Gen 2.5) [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by testament11 View Post
    you can shift from 2H to 4H kahit tumatakbo. ginagawa ko yan sa nlex pag mga ganitong panahon, at 70-80kph speed.

    hmmmmm... pumangit na pajero ko. wala na fog lights, huhuhu...
    Sir, medyo OT lang. On a 1991 subic pajero, would you happen to know how to switch its 4x4 gears on and off? Sabi sa akin dati, from 2w you have to shift 4w ten atras about 10-20 ft then go forward para mag 4w. Ganun din daw sa pagdisengage, fr 4x shift to 2x atras 10-20 ft then forward para 2W.


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