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    #231
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    Sir Good day,

    Magtatanong lang kung saan pwede magpagawa ng OTJ para sa sumusunod:
    1. Yung gearbox (kambyo) medyo pabilog na sya pero madali pa rin naman magshift gear, at magkano gastos?
    2. Nagwiwiggle sya, maluwag ang space sa manibela, kelangan mo itodo yung pagkabig para lumiko. magkano kaya gagastusin?
    3. Mausok na rin sya, magkano kaya gagagastusin?

    Toyota C1 Engine, 1993 Model, Diesel po yung OTJ.

    Thanks..

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    #232
    Just thinking...

    Is the Owner Type Jeep dead... or is it dying?

    I personally noticed that in my last 2 trips to Manila, I've only seen 2-3 Jeeps...

    Are brand new cars now too cheap (like the Alto and i10) that people now prefer to buy cars instead of building jeeps?

    Or is it a safety issue? (jeeps are open)

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    #233
    ^meron pa rin. Pero di na yung mga dating 4K at Saturn ang makina. Uso ngayon ang donor or base eh multicab.

    Pero oo medyo murana kasi ang mga maliliit na kotse o di kaya mga segunda mano. Tapos mura din yung mga motorsiklo.

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    #234
    There was a time when provincial roads were unpaved. If you lived near the sea, the salty air corroded car bodies. It made sense to buy a stainless steel OJT because it was tougher than ordinary cars.

    Cars have improved considerably (better build quality, better rustproofing, better engine technology) and you have different vehicle types to choose from (hatchback, sedans, AUVs, SUVs, CUVs).

    OTJs should evolve into something CUV-like: lighter, with front-wheel drive, better seating space and improved safety.

    Here is a design concept based on Suzuki Alto mechanicals:


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    #235
    Quote Originally Posted by cluis03 View Post
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    Sir Good day,

    Magtatanong lang kung saan pwede magpagawa ng OTJ para sa sumusunod:
    1. Yung gearbox (kambyo) medyo pabilog na sya pero madali pa rin naman magshift gear, at magkano gastos?
    2. Nagwiwiggle sya, maluwag ang space sa manibela, kelangan mo itodo yung pagkabig para lumiko. magkano kaya gagastusin?
    3. Mausok na rin sya, magkano kaya gagagastusin?

    Toyota C1 Engine, 1993 Model, Diesel po yung OTJ.

    Thanks..
    this thread is ancient, but...
    all your comments are because the OTJ was assembled using surplus parts.
    if the assembler would choose to use brand new components, then these nits would disappear. but the cost would spiral up.
    the OTJ design is ancient. i am sure the design can be upgraded, to make it more comfortable, etc.... but somebody has to start the ball rolling.

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    #236
    Along nueva ecija po ba my mga gumagawa pa nito? At saan makakabili ng mga engine kung diesel

    Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk

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    #237
    Quote Originally Posted by True Faith View Post



    The so-called semi-stainless owner-type jeep....

    Powered by a Toyota 4k engine...
    Ilang kilometers po inaabot per liter ng gasoline?

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    #238
    I'm curious lang mga tsikoteer, do we still have OTJ fabrication in Cavite? I have seen one or two OTJ in a day in my stay in Manila. It's been a while since I posted here in Tsikot. Up lang natin ang topic.

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    #239
    Quote Originally Posted by ocanursjr View Post
    I'm curious lang mga tsikoteer, do we still have OTJ fabrication in Cavite? I have seen one or two OTJ in a day in my stay in Manila. It's been a while since I posted here in Tsikot. Up lang natin ang topic.
    I think meron pa. Just search YouTube

    Madami pang vlogs about OTJs

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    #240
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    I think meron pa. Just search YouTube

    Madami pang vlogs about OTJs
    Thanks *ice15... I have noticed that OTJ/Oner has evolved in recent years. Meron ng Tikya, Tamiya, Long Body, Closed Type, FPJ, Box Type, Pick Up etc... Body fabrication should evolve as well. We can say OTJ/Oner is the true Peoples Car in the Philippines.

Stainless Owner Type Jeeps