Jonty's MN GLXR

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Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby Jonty on Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:19 pm

Thought I'd start a build up thread here after being here for almost 12 months now.

Picked up the car completely stock and finally managed to get a new set of rims and tyres recently to set it off. They are Lenso RTG's in 18x9.0 + 20's with 265/60/18 Hankook Dynapro RF10 tyres.

No real plans for anything major in future, but will do a couple of minor things like LED bulbs and the Philips X-treme vision headlights to help with night driving.

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Re: Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby Maxiy on Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:12 pm

Nice looking ute mate

I will keep an eye out for it around town.

If you see a white triton on black steel rims, ARB bar, black sliders, and a large steel roof cage with awning, beating about the place, give me a wave :D

Oh and mine is no where near as shiny as yours :oops:
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Re: Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby ag9111 on Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:22 pm

I love the Lenso mags.
Simplistic and stylish
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Re: Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby Jonty on Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:43 am

Maxiy wrote:Nice looking ute mate

I will keep an eye out for it around town.

If you see a white triton on black steel rims, ARB bar, black sliders, and a large steel roof cage with awning, beating about the place, give me a wave :D

Oh and mine is no where near as shiny as yours :oops:


Thanks mate. Will be on the lookout for yours :)

Haha, I'm pretty OCD about the cleanliness of my cars, which doesn't really fit with an off road car like a Triton! But mine will be mostly for urban duties with the occasional bit of bush bashing. It's been so handy already with some house renovations and yard maintenance.
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Re: Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby Jonty on Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:45 am

ag9111 wrote:I love the Lenso mags.
Simplistic and stylish


Yeah I was happy with the look of these. They are fairly aggressive with the concave/offset, but I like them. Cost me $1900 delivered from Tempe with the Hankook tyres.
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Re: Jonty's MN GLXR

Postby Maxiy on Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:06 am

Cost me $1900 delivered from Tempe with the Hankook tyres


That is an awesome deal, my DC trail countries on 16 dynamic steelies set me back $1500 locally
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