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1984 Daihatsu Rocky [F75]

1984 Daihatsu Rocky [F75] in I Kina spiser de hunde, Movie, 1999 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: JP

1984 Daihatsu Rocky [F75]

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garco NL

2008-02-27 22:08

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garco NL

2008-02-28 12:58

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Is this a Rocky or a Feroza?

twingoman EN

2008-02-28 13:37

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Rocky

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-09-23 01:04

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LWB = F75

Neptune US

2010-09-23 01:22

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tonkatracker, did these have mechanical traction assist? Or what I mean is were they available with limited-slip differentials or locking differentials? Or did they just have standard non torque transfer open differentials?

I study 4x4 systems, as well as torque management/torque transfer/torque control systems, that’s why I ask. I was wondering what method the Rocky uses to control torque from side-to-side.

I assume it has part-time 4-wheel-drive with a two-speed transfer case unit that can lock the torque distribution between the front and rear axles to control the torque split front-to-rear.

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tonkaTRACKER US

2010-09-23 01:43

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@Neptune as this particular vehicle was not sold in the US I am really not sure about the 4x4 system installed. The only Daihatsu that was sold here was also called the Rocky but it is a completely different vehicle (called Feroza in Europe and Australia and Sportrak in the UK) I currently own 2 of the US-Spec Rockys (seen in my profile) so I can give you a little info on these. Most of these are indeed part-time 4x4 with a 2-speed transfer case, although there was a special Fulltime 4wd model that was only sold here (very poorly) in 1991. They were also available with a Limited Slip rear differential (part of the Off-Road package which also included a factory bumper guard, skid plates and inclinometer) One of my Rockys does have the optional LSD. The front differentials however were always open.

Neptune US

2010-09-23 01:51

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Super, thanks for the valuable info. :)

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