ETS Drift Ute – The next level

Since working at MCA suspension in Queensland Murray Coote and I have teamed up to make some air jacks, they turned out really nice and I’ve decided to run them on the Hilux as its going to be a hassle getting a jack under all this alloy panelling.

I have cut the holes in the chassis and made collars for them to screw into, i just have to get some locking rings and weld them in, time to add Nitrogen to the list of gas bottles i own.

Ive been putting a lot of hours into finishing off a lot of the welding aswell, the engine bay is basically finished now.

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  1. Amazimg!!! Just love the air jacks! Can’t waith to see more

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  2. you’re not serious unless you have airjacks, this thing keeps getter better!

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  3. Now your just being cocky, love it. car is far from finished but is already amazing!

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  4. Are mca selling them Nigel?

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  5. Nigel, are you keeping an eye on the overall weight of the truck?

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    • Im trying to make things as well engineered as possible, as far as weight goes i have no idea, 1050kg with driver would be cool.

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  6. This is just insane! I’m hoping the first drift event is somewhere in qld for this so I can come and see it in person! Amazing work as usual!

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  7. Nitrogen apparently makes a great gas for filling tires with too. An old-school racer told me that, it’s supposed to help maintain a cooler temperature inside the tire when you’re running them hard on the track… or something like that..

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