The build process of my Toyota. Started out as a junky 1990 2WD and i did a 4wd SAS on it. Rebuilt the motor and refinished the interior.
Here are some specs:
Front Trail Gear 3" springs
Trail Gear Hanger Kit
Fully rebuilt front axle
Rear has F150 leafs
Bilstein shocks all around
33" Cooper STT Tires
Rebuilt with Engn Bldr street rv head
Bigger valves and ported
Engn Bldr 261C cam
Doug Thorley Tri Y Header
2.25" Exhaust with magnaflow
Project Trail Toy 2 of 2
Finally ready to post #2. Picks up where the first one left off. Spring of
'09, buttoning up the solid axle swap and dual transfer case install.
Includes some quick clips of the first time it moved on it's own power
since the transformation. Moving on, there are some stills of my home
fabbed tube-work including sliders, front bumper, and an internal cage, all
completed within 1 week of this video post. Finally vids of our 5/1/10 trip
to Tuttle Creek where my dad gets to pilot the Toy for the first time.
Enjoy and don't forget to comment/ rate/ subscribe!
Song is "Stinkfist" by Tool. Volcano Records.... no copyright infringement
intended, I do not own the song, I just like it!
4Runner SAS Build-Up
Some pictures of my sas and buildup with a few poser shots at the end.
1990 Toyota 4Runner-22RE-5 speed-TG 3" front/4" rear-35" BFG
M/T-4.88's-rear LSD-front TruTrac-MC Rear Bumper-TG DOM Sliders-TG
Parts were from either Marlin Crawler or Trail Gear
How to Remove a Birfield Joint (The fast way) aka The Camo Method Toyota 4x4 Solid Axle
This is the fastest way to access a Birfield joint. This method removes
the knuckle as an entire assembly from the Toyota soild or live axle
(1979-1985 U.S. trucks). Because the knuckle can be removed an an entire
unit you don't lose any of your wheel bearing pre-load. This method works
great on the trail if you break a birfield and need to replace it.
If you're looking for bomb-proof replacement birfields, this is the only
place to go:
Bobby Long's "Longfield Super Axles"
The "Camo Method" is named after a moderator on Pirate 4x4. I don't know
if he actually came up with it, but we've always called it the "Camo
Toyota winch bumper build progress part 2
Here is part 2 of the build process; bumper is almost done, just a few
minor things like skid plate tabs, redoing a few light tabs and paint. The
bumper that Marty wishes he had on his truck.
YotaChris SAS swaped 94 Toyota Crawler (( Radial PIT BULL ROCKERS))
94 TOYOTA , Trail ready sas kit, with trail ready 5 inch spring and all
pro spring out back, and bilstien shocks. 37' pit bull rockers.
Got alot more goodies coming for this truck this year, BUMPERS ROCK
SLIDERS, DOUBLE KITS AND TONS MORE..... SUBSCRIBE TO SEE IT PROGRESS.
1989 Toyota sas 4.3 chevy v6 for sale
***Edit: It is sold!*** This is my 1989 Toyota pickup for sale. Im in
moscow Idaho. I would like to get $8,000 for it. Text or call (509)330-2118
if you are interested. Here is a demonstration of the rock lights at night
UPDATE*** I have now fixed the rust spot in the bed.
1981 Toyota Pickup 4X4 (5 inch Marlin Crawler lift)
Taking the Toyota Pickup out for a mild 4X4 test. This is an intro video
to this vehicle, you will see more videos of this truck as we take it on
trails and other adventures.
This is Graeme's truck which he fully rebuilt in the summer of 2011 from
the ground up. Besides the 5 inch lift from Marlin Crawler it has dual
transfer cases, with stock gearing. The motor has been rebuilt but is
stock besides the Hooker Header and the Thrush muffler out back. Graeme
also painted the vehicle himself using Tremclad rust paint and a paint gun.
Music by: Kevin Macleod
Go Fast have Fun
Make BOMBPROOF Toyota 4x4 steering stops for the soild front axle! SFA DIY How To
How to reinforce the stock steering stops on a Toyota Solid Front Axle
(SFA) so that you never have to worry about them again. This is a super
cheap and effective trick that permanently solves a problem. If your
steering stops fail or collapse due to large tires and/or four-wheeling it
can lead to EXTREMELY expensive damage to your steering compents. This is
an easy way (if you can weld) to make sure the steering stops NEVER fail.