GQ Patrol 1987-1997
The GQ was radically different mechanically from its predecessors as it was the first patrol with coil sprung suspension, proving to be both more comfortable and more capable over rough ground. All GQ patrols had a three-link live axle suspension set-up at the front, with all wagons (SWB and LWB) having a five-link set-up at the rear. The TD42 and TB42 were available with both a five-speed manual and a four-speed automatic gearbox. The RD28T and the RB30 were only available with a 5-speed manual.
SUPERIOR ENGINEERING HAS SIMPLIFIED FITTING HYDRAULIC BUMPSTOPS IN THE FRONT OF YOUR NISSAN PATROL GQ OR GU. With our Patented Semi-Bolt In design, you can have hydraulic bumpstops fitted to your offroad monster or tourer in a few hours. Hydraulic bump