Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Modified #51.

Another Landcruiser dual cab 79 series, this one being the first of the 2017 (updated version) versions to make it onto Modified and this one has portal axles!

Sean owns one of the cleanest built 79’s that I’ve seen to date (with 4 wheels not 6). The interior is immaculate and the latest mods done to the rear (after the shoot) are so well organized. No over the top mods here, just high quality which will last for a long time. The only part I would question on this vehicle are the front shocks but other than that it’s a ‘high quality build’.

Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,

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The roof top tent (RTT) is something I’ve never seen before and opens plus closes automatically within 20secs!

Being on portal axles this Landcruiser really has great underbody clearance and at the same time is engineered and gains good height without the body roll.

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Vehicles factory stats (NOTE* modded details below):

Make model:   Toyota

Engine:            !VD-FTV  Diesel 4.5 L                       

Drive train:      5 speed manual      

Suspension:    Ridgid live axle, Coil springs  


Sean’s mod list for his Toyota Landcruiser dual cab:


·         Catch Can

·         Armax Snorkle

·         Beaudesert 3” exhaust

Electric upgrades:  

·         Redarc 1230 bcdc

·         Redark 2000W inverter

·         Revolution Lithium Ion Dual Battery

·         Custom switch panel and electric board


·         Ultra Vision round LED driving lights

·         Ultra Vision  LED rear Light Bar

·         Led strip lights in canopy

Comms & GPS: 

·         Icom  IC 450 UHF radio with RFI antenna

·         Bury hands free car kit with RFI antenna

Suspension and tyres: 

·                 Marka Portal Axles.

·         Lovells springs and coils rated to 600kg constant.

·         Ironman shocks.

·         Pro comp A/T Sport 315/70/17

·         GVM Upgrade to 3780

·         Track correction

·         Track increase by 80mm

·         Slotted brake rotors and ceramic brake pads

·         !50mm lift under the axles

·         Diff breathers

Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,

Driveline mods:

·         Portal Axles

·         Air Hubs

·         Transmission drum hand brake


Bar work and exterior mods: 

·                ARB 63mm winch bar with Warn Zeon winch and rope

·         ARB Side rails and steps

·         Bundutop rooftop tent

·         Clearview electric mirrors

·         230W solar panel

·         Rhino rack roof platform

·         Genuine Toyota tow bar

·         Redarc Tow Pro

·         2 rear mounted spare Tyres.

·         Rear Warn winch mounted in Trigpoint cradle


Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,

Back of the ute canopy:

  • Trigpoint Canopy with interior lighting and 90 Litre water tank
  • Drifta Draws
  • Redarc Dual battery system
  • Bundutop rooftop tent
  • Engle upright fridge
  • Interior of canopy roof has axe and shovel mounts.
  • Boab Storage boxes.

Interior (cab): 

  • Recaro Drver and passenger seats with arm rests.

  • Dept Of The Car interior T shaped roof console and floor console.
  • Icom UHF Radio
  • Rear vision cameras [constant and tow ball hook up]
  • Map reading lights
  • Dash mat
  • 2 MSA rear seat organisers
  • Engle 40L Freezer

Recovery gear: 

·         Warn Zeon  front and rear winches.

·         ARB dual pump compressor

·         ARB recovery kit

·         4 Maxtrax

Sean’s top 3 trips in the 79 series dual cab:

  1. Fraser Island
  2. Drifta Fans club Event at camp cobark near glouster
  3. Victorian high country
Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,

Unstoppable moment in the Landcruiser dual cab:

Inskip point Fraser Island

Most scary situation in the Landcruiser dual cab:

Picking it up after the portal axles where fitted.

Sean's modification tips:

Keep an eye out on your weight ,Options add up quickly

Top 3 tips with the Landcruiser Dual Cab:

1.      Trigpoint Canopy. Looked at them all and this one just does it 

2.      Electrics Keep it all in the canopy, it's where you are going to use most of             your power. 

3.      Driving seats, a must have for those long trips.

Things to look out for if buying one:

Toyota 79 series Landcruiser dual cab,

Shop around, I even purchased my Cruiser in Melbourne ,had all the major works done and drove it back to Goulburn with a permit ,then registered it

Best 3 mod/s you have done and why:

1.    . Portal axles ,engineered and 100% legal

2.    .Trigpoint Canopy, attention to detail makes it usable and practical.

3.    .Rear winch, Ive always wanted one



What made you decide to choose this vehicle?

Ive previously owned one and they are a great platform to build upon.

Best thing about the Landcruiser dual cab:

Road presence.


Worst thing about the Landcruiser dual cab:

Sound proofing


What inspired you to build the Landcruiser?

Previousl ownership of  2 others.


The Modified Video.


I would like to thank:

 Ian and Chris from Ians Auto Shop in Goulburn for there extreme attention to detail in the installation of all the accessories.

Leigh from Marks 4WD Adaptors for the installation of the portal axles

Murry from Tripoint canopies for his installation of the canopy that is made to perfection.

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