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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #930 on: Apr 03, 2005, 10:58:14 PM »
joe dirt style i hope
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #931 on: Apr 03, 2005, 11:13:01 PM »
Really nice, but what are all those levers for?

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #932 on: Apr 03, 2005, 11:24:12 PM »
Looks like a 5-speed shifter, dual cases with twin sticks in the rear. A parking brake and rear steering. My guess at least.
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #933 on: Apr 03, 2005, 11:49:11 PM »
Cutting Brakes?

Lookin' good Toyhatsu! So you obviously got it running! That's great news man! If you havn't already, then I would highly recommend getting an OBDII scanner just to make sure everything is in place.

What are you using for a speed sensor? Does the Daihatsu have one built into the speedo?

Well, I've been working on my rig for the past couple of weekends getting it ready for the 4Runner Jambo.

I never posted updates about it here, but I raced a 22R-TE Turbo truck. TURBO got his '83 converted to a 22R-TE and after getting the engine broke in, we decided to race. His truck had bald 31s on with factory gearing and no bed and I had my 35s w/5.29s and a bed of course.. So I figure I was a bit lighter plus the larger tires..

The results? DEAD EVEN TIE. We went at it twice but only got up to about 60 mph. Both times I out launched him by about a truck length, but he stayed right at a truck-length behind me both times. I couldnt pull on him and he couldnt pull on me. So I figure if he had a bed on and larger tires, then I would have smoked him, but he has plans to up his boost to 12psi or more so I will have to get a Supercharger on by then so I can still beat him ;)

Anyways, during the 2nd race, I took out my mechanical clutch fan. Yup, I launched it so hard that the whole engine+drivetrain shifted forward and ran the fan into my radiator. I replaced the fan and two days later my radiator sprung a leak. So I had to pull it and get it repaird. Ever since then, my new fan has been contacting my radiator when I'm in Tripple low doing brake stands at red lights. It never used to do it before. So I am wondering if my Cab moved rewards slightly or something :dunno: but anyways I decided that I needed more room in front of my fan anyhow so I got down to business..
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #934 on: Apr 03, 2005, 11:56:38 PM »
I wasn't sure what I was going to do at first, but it actually turned out to be more simple then I had thought. I just moved the radiator - instead of mounted on the engine-side of the rad. support, I moved it to the grill-side of the rad. support. And if you ever noticed, the bolts go in from the engine side and are threaded into little spacers. These spacers are about 1/2" thick, so when I mounted the radiator to the front side of those spacers, that along with the actual movement, I think I gained about an entire inch forward. I even had to notch the hood because the top tank was hitting the hood near the latching point.
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #935 on: Apr 03, 2005, 11:58:21 PM »
This worked out well because the front cross support did not have to be modified nor did the latch.
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #936 on: Apr 04, 2005, 12:00:20 AM »
Also I redid some goofy wiring I had and used a nice 4-circuit fuse block to clean up some circuits..

I don't know if you saw these pics or not, but here's what my rig is looking like at night:





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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #937 on: Apr 04, 2005, 12:07:22 AM »
Looking better & better Mike. :thumbs:
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #938 on: Apr 04, 2005, 12:14:57 AM »
This weekend I was hoping to get my on-board air set up, but wwaayy to many other things happened and I completely ran out of time for nearly everything this weekend. It was basically a "throw-away" weekend :down:

On Saturday I got into work late and spent the whole rest of the day working on my buddies '86 Turbo.

Then I went home early, ~3-ish, and spent some quality time with my lady in the mountains. I took her to a beautiful lake side restruant up at Huntington lake, around 7,000 ft- elevation and then sat in the truck and enjoyed the beautiful stary sky. It is so clear up there its amazing..

Then today I figured I could at least get started on making a mount for my twin-v air compressor, but decided I would begin with some smaller items first.

1) Install U-Bolt flips in the front
2) Wire in my rear electric locker (I have a wiring harness already built that works, but I have to plug it in and out when ever I need to lock the rear, I know annoying, so I just need to hard wire it into the cab so I can use it on the go)
3) Make a Marlink for now (not sure if I'll be able to get HySteer on before the Hammers).
4) Start working on the On Board Air Setup..

So by noon I was still working on the Flip Kit.. and that's all I got done, was just the flip kit. It turns out that on the drivers side, the u-bolts run right into the stupid factory push-pull horseshoe steering arm, and the only way around this is to either go crossover - which I dont have time for - or flip the ball joint over and cut and rotate the drag link 180 degrees. Man I was bummed out, but actually found a set of horseshoe arm and drag link that was already modified in the back yard :booya: but it looked like it was done be some rednecks (no offense :ha_ha:) so I spent a LONG time bracing and rebuilding their welds. Its pretty beefy now, and I had everything back on and finished by 4pm. I didn't even take any pictures of it, so I'll have to do that tomorrow..

I could have stayed longer and wired in the e-locker, but I still have a ton of home work, PLUS I need to make the Round Up registration page -- which I'm sad to say I still have not even started on -- so I just decided to call it a weekend and head home early..

So it's been pretty disappointing so far. Two weekends of preparation for the Jamboree and all I've got to show is a relocated radiator, night rock lights, and a u-bolt flip kit..

Got two more weekends, hope I can get more productive fast! :nerv:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #939 on: Apr 04, 2005, 08:41:17 AM »
Almost there. Keep us posted

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #940 on: Apr 04, 2005, 02:47:01 PM »
ya need 2 wash it :rofl:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #941 on: Apr 04, 2005, 02:49:34 PM »
looken sweet
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #942 on: Apr 04, 2005, 02:58:04 PM »
Mike, dont know if you already said but what kind of lights did you use for your rock lights?

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #943 on: Apr 04, 2005, 03:26:20 PM »
Just some simple Pilot lights I found at Wall mart. Make sure you get the ones with the Blue tinted glass so the light is clear white instead of yellow..

I dont have the boxes but they are made by Pilot. $14.99 for a pair. The round lights are also by Pilot but were a bit more, $39 :ack:




ya need 2 wash it :rofl:


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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #944 on: Apr 04, 2005, 04:11:59 PM »



Geeze whats a madda wit you! I outta :slap: Clean trucks are for the streets! :_order:
I haven't washed mine in over a month :shocking:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #945 on: Apr 04, 2005, 05:09:24 PM »
I haven't washed mine in over a month :shocking:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #946 on: Apr 04, 2005, 05:13:36 PM »
those are bright lil basterds is that pic of the rear just 1 light? :shocking:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #947 on: Apr 04, 2005, 05:17:30 PM »
Nope, two lights.. and yes they are bright! The passenger side light is shining through a bolt hole even and the camera got it. That's embarrassing hehehe
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #948 on: Apr 04, 2005, 05:20:31 PM »
thanks Mike looks like I'm headed to Wallyworld  :gap:

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #949 on: Apr 04, 2005, 06:20:30 PM »
BM,

Yeah, cutting brakes.  It was easier for me to run braided stainless steel brake lines from the stock proportioning valve under the hood to the rear drums.  Speedway motors has a four foot line for $14.97 but they are AN...twelve inch are $9.95.  Yes it is running.  I don't have the behind the cat O2 sensor in.  Does Toyota sell a weld in bung for the flanged two bolt O2 sensors?  The wiring guy is supposed to bring his notebook over and run the OBDII on it.  Is the speed sensor for the speedometer or for the ECU?

I am such a :hammerhead: I am not a mechanic/ electrician/ fabricator and am just trying to get the thing back on the road and functioning correctly.  It's going on eight months and I am frustrated to the max because I am so close.

I did get the hydraulic clutch working tonight but the xfer cases are FUBARed.  The front case will not shift out of Low.  The rear case right rail will not shift.  Even rocking it back and forth.  The rear case left rail gets full movement in three positions.  If you notice in the pics that the scroll pins are through the forks and rails.  I tried to get the right rail detent ball and spring out but the hex retainer will not come out.  I can't get to it with a punch and hammer.  Also on the front case there is no retainer blot on the left side just the one on the right.

I bought these cases and adapter on Pirate and the guy said that they worked.  I split the cases because it was easier to move them and work on cleaning them up.  I did remove the interlock pin for the twinstick and had to use a punch and hammer on one side to get it out.  The guy that was originally doing the engine swap put the cases together, bolted to the transmission and to the engine. 

I really don't want to drop the transfer cases but i guess that if I have to.....

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

PS: That's really cool about the race with the turbo :biggthumpup:
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #950 on: Apr 05, 2005, 11:50:11 AM »
i like ur knob
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #951 on: Apr 05, 2005, 12:45:12 PM »
i like ur knob

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« Reply #952 on: Apr 05, 2005, 12:45:36 PM »
:funny: :rofl:
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« Reply #953 on: Apr 05, 2005, 12:56:27 PM »
Good man :thumbs:
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #954 on: Apr 05, 2005, 12:58:25 PM »
i like ur knob
                                   

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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #955 on: Apr 05, 2005, 05:06:56 PM »
i like ur knob

Oh geez, I didn't need to hear that.
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #956 on: Apr 05, 2005, 05:16:28 PM »
If you need to make a bung for the flanged O2 sensors, hunt down an old used one.  The O2 will seperate from the flange.  Then use the flange by itself to make the bung.  Worked for me, just make sure you use bolts for the studs that actually fit through the O2 sensor.

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« Reply #957 on: Apr 05, 2005, 05:33:59 PM »
Wahoo Uncle Jesse!  Thank you very much for that :biggthumpup:

If I would have asked my stupid questions on Pirate I would have got 20 nasty posts telling me to search.  Here I don't get one except about my knob  ???

Oh well, I figured it out by researching on the Marlin site.  I bought the crawler from a guy that had a G52 in front.  I also had bought a G52 and gear driven xfer case from a Jeep salvage that hated Toyota stuff...good deal.  As I kept researching Toyota stuff I decided that I wanted a W56 and swapped the G52.  The forward shift rails are 1/2" shorter on the W56C than the G52.  I called Dean today and I have the correct one on the way along with some other stuff.  Yea Dean :respect:  I understand the rear box now with the pic showing the rails...High Neutral Low drivers side and 2WD and 4WD on the passenger side...just got confuesed with the twin stick.  You know how us elderly people get confused and sing along with Blondie.  Everything is cool with the crawler except for remote shifting xfer case fork.

I got the skid plat off, cross member blots loose, speedo disconnected, oil drained, driveshafts off and bolts to the tranny broke loose tonight.
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #958 on: Apr 05, 2005, 05:44:36 PM »
haha  its not a diss
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Re: BigMike's Big Project
« Reply #959 on: Apr 18, 2005, 11:43:43 AM »
Got some more updates......

I've been doing alot of small stuff that's not picture-worthy that has been taking alot of my time.

I was out of town on Sat and Sun, so after classes on Friday I went to the shop and worked late into the night until 3am Sat morning :thumbs:


I wanted to relocate my rear shackle hangers because the stock shackles were nearly straight up-and-down and rode like crap. Also when I ramp my truck, the front springs can out flex the rear by 10 fold. I noticed that since the shackles are already nearly perpendicular to the frame at a rest, as the spring drops, it doesn't take much flex until the shackles are fully extended. So if I were to move the hanger forward and run a longer shackle, then I would improve the flex of my rear springs dramatically.

On a side note, this is actually a waste of time because I will be redoing my suspension in about 1 - 2 months anyways, but it rides much better right now and I'm sure its gonna ramp a whole lot better too.

On with the pics!
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