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Project Research and Build-Ups / Re: Rexy Re-Do: SUPER SLEEPER 1ST GEN!
« Last post by emsvitil on Today at 03:04:35 PM »
Missed this photo yesterday.  Here is the proposed built in tool box pretty close to size.  I would make a lockable, weather proof lid.



Just curious,  will jerry cans slide in there?       If the width is right, maybe up to 4 across?
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And I also got the dual cases put back together, installed the triple stick shifter, and mocked it all up under the truck. I need to do some more tunnel molding to tuck it up even higher though.


Shout out to Marlin for the Turtle Head shifter! It really pulls it all together!


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Hell, I got most of the High-Steer completed:


Please excuse my fugly welds...
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Toyota Pickup/4Runner Tech 1979-95 / Re: center driveshaft bushing
« Last post by csack76 on Today at 02:08:07 PM »
Do you DD it or rock crawl? If you just daily then you might like a single piece driveshaft. If you rock crawl, some guys like the 2 piece to keep it out of the rocks. My truck is running a Ford Ranger carrier bearing which is a lot beefier than the stock toyota bearing.

its my daily but I want to keep 2 piece. I like the clearance. I like the solid one that link that ovrarok posted. defiantly gonna look into it
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Stolen Rigs and Theft!! / Re: STOLLEN!!!! 1989 Pickup
« Last post by gary89pu on Today at 12:30:01 PM »
I drove to his house in my brothers 4Runner acting like I wanted to buy them to put them on there. I successfully identified the tires as mine then I left and told him I was going to the bank and returned with Chico pd.
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Stolen Rigs and Theft!! / Re: STOLLEN!!!! 1989 Pickup
« Last post by gary89pu on Today at 12:25:29 PM »
Iíll post some pics of it on the trailor, and where it was sitting
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Toyota Pickup/4Runner Tech 1979-95 / Re: center driveshaft bushing
« Last post by Slabzilla on Today at 12:04:10 PM »
I got tired of replacing them too, when I rebuilt my last engine I did a cheap-a$$ fix. Take a couple of tubes of Red RTV and stick the nozzles into the vent holes in the rubber that surrounds the bearing, one side at a time at angle of rotation, and fill until it won't take any more. leave it set for about a week ( I rebuilt an engine ) and install.  I did this 5 years ago as an experiment and it still works. I do like the idea of the poly support and will look into it as an option, thanks for the info.  Your experience may vary.   :twocents:
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Parts Wanted / Re: tacoma 4.30 ring and pinion
« Last post by johnny916 on Today at 12:03:54 PM »
wrong gear I need 4.10 ring and pinion for E-locker
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Toyota Pickup/4Runner Tech 1979-95 / Re: center driveshaft bushing
« Last post by 300k on Today at 12:01:38 PM »
Has anyone made a solid mount or polyurethane bushing for the center driveshaft bearing?. I've gone through 2 of them on my 94 pickup. bushing lasts about a year then gets sloppy and vibrates.

Do you DD it or rock crawl? If you just daily then you might like a single piece driveshaft. If you rock crawl, some guys like the 2 piece to keep it out of the rocks. My truck is running a Ford Ranger carrier bearing which is a lot beefier than the stock toyota bearing.
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Stolen Rigs and Theft!! / Re: STOLLEN!!!! 1989 Pickup
« Last post by 300k on Today at 11:58:45 AM »
They had taken my tires off, but I soon found them for sale on Craigslist, so I recovered those

you got it back, awesome!

what was the deal with the craigslist sale? did you get police involved to arrest those suckers or did you just buy them back?
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