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Hino BX341

Postby jbponytail » Sat Nov 03, 2018 1:46 pm

Hello everyone ave just found this forum. A newby at this but have just purchase a 1984 BX341 flat floor bus. Some conversion already done. I believe this model is a full import . Does anyone have any relevant info they can share please ?Best place to gert parts, manual?? Cheers Julie
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby boronia » Sat Nov 03, 2018 2:54 pm

Could you put up a photo of it, and do you know what model engine it has?

Many of these second hand imports didn't have equivalents in Australia, and you would be scratching to even find bits in Japan now.
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby LB608 » Sat Nov 03, 2018 8:11 pm

Guy Arab maybe your man
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Sun Nov 04, 2018 8:43 am

jbponytail wrote:Hello everyone ave just found this forum. A newby at this but have just purchase a 1984 BX341 flat floor bus. Some conversion already done. I believe this model is a full import . Does anyone have any relevant info they can share please ?Best place to gert parts, manual?? Cheers Julie

I need the engine model plus gearbox type before I can look up my data on Hino
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Mon Nov 05, 2018 12:55 pm

Guy_Arab wrote:
jbponytail wrote:Hello everyone ave just found this forum. A newby at this but have just purchase a 1984 BX341 flat floor bus. Some conversion already done. I believe this model is a full import . Does anyone have any relevant info they can share please ?Best place to gert parts, manual?? Cheers Julie

I need the engine model plus gearbox type before I can look up my data on Hino
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IS THE ENGINE RB145 IF SO I CAN HELP I ALL SO HAVE CLUTCH MANUAL
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby boronia » Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:50 pm

I think the RB145 is a 4 cylinder chassis model.
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:00 pm

boronia wrote:I think the RB145 is a 4 cylinder chassis model.

THERE IS ALOT OF ENGINE IN HINO BUSES ALOT ARE FOUR CYLINDER BOTH FRONT MOUNT AND REAR MY TWO MANUALS SHOW BOTH LARGE BUSES ENGINES PLUS A TROUBLE SHOOTS PAGES ON REPAIRS AND FILES ON TROUBLES
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby busrider » Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:12 pm

I believe the engine for the BX341 may be the EH700, it was for SA's BX341E school buses anyway.
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Tue Nov 06, 2018 8:30 am

busrider wrote:I believe the engine for the BX341 may be the EH700, it was for SA's BX341E school buses anyway.

my list of Hino motors show EF750 AND A EF750 T AS SCHOOL BUSES
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby jbponytail » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:37 pm

boronia wrote:Could you put up a photo of it, and do you know what model engine it has?

Many of these second hand imports didn't have equivalents in Australia, and you would be scratching to even find bits in Japan now.


Thanks Boronia. It has a badge inside saying ALNOR built 1984 (ALNOR bus manufacturers in Sydney) and has a Western Toyota Mid mounted Engine.
Engine No EH 700100497
Serial Number BX351140387
So Im confused I now think it may be Aussie... any help would be fabulous not sure how to post an image ?? regards Julie
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby jbponytail » Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:43 pm

Guy_Arab wrote:
jbponytail wrote:Hello everyone ave just found this forum. A newby at this but have just purchase a 1984 BX341 flat floor bus. Some conversion already done. I believe this model is a full import . Does anyone have any relevant info they can share please ?Best place to gert parts, manual?? Cheers Julie

I need the engine model plus gearbox type before I can look up my data on Hino
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Hello Guy Arab thank you for your response. I have found a clever man who has been able to fix the gear linkages. just now need to sort out some steeering parts. The bus has a badge ALNOR body built 1984 (ALNOR in Syndey) and a western toyota badge on rear. Its a mid mounted engine. Someone has looked after this bus as it is in great condition . The engine runs really sweetly.. so someone knows something about it ....
Serial Number BX 351140387 and Engine EH700100497
If you could assist in ohow to post a pic I can put a pic of the bus and also the parts needed. Many thanksfor your help
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby jbponytail » Wed Jan 16, 2019 12:09 am

Yes it is the EH700 engine. Has plate that says body made by ALNOR in Sydney and a western toyota badge on the back
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Wed Jan 16, 2019 5:24 pm

I have manual for bus showing all parts but not engine which is a manual on its own
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby jbponytail » Wed Jan 16, 2019 9:50 pm

Hello all regarding the BX341 Hino bus. The engine is a EH700 . There is a badge on the front of the bus saying body manufactured by ALNOR Sydney. Was a school bus in VIC Roads. Western Toyota badge on rear. Someone has looked after this vehicle so there must be someone who knows about it. How can you track a vehichles history from manufacture. ?? I have numbers required not should if I should post them on a public forum. May I email guy Arab and Boronia or anyone else who may be able to help please ?? Many thanks in advance Julie
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Re: Hino BX341

Postby Guy_Arab » Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:09 am

jbponytail wrote:Hello all regarding the BX341 Hino bus. The engine is a EH700 . There is a badge on the front of the bus saying body manufactured by ALNOR Sydney. Was a school bus in VIC Roads. Western Toyota badge on rear. Someone has looked after this vehicle so there must be someone who knows about it. How can you track a vehichles history from manufacture. ?? I have numbers required not should if I should post them on a public forum. May I email guy Arab and Boronia or anyone else who may be able to help please ?? Many thanks in advance Julie


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