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94 4Runner: She Rolls Now! (Axles and Wheels Installed!) (08/11/11)

Well, despite my stitches, i worked on the 4runner. im stubborn as frig haha! I did it all without lifting too! not bad. I got the rear axle under the springs, installed the ubolts, then jacked it up and bolted the tires on! awesome! I have a seized caliper on the back though... So i have a few little things i need to do. Gotta move the spring hangers forward about 5" as well to center the axle and line up the shock tabs! Thanks for Watching!


 


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1975 Dodge Sportsman Brake Booster & Custom Leaf Packs! (08/09/11)
Well, I drove into town to pick up a few things. Got a brake Booster for my Mom's 1975 Dodge Sportman camper-van thing. Got that swapped, and its working better. I got u-bolts, longer shackle bolts, and center bolts for the rear leaf springs on the 4runner. I also got a clutch kit for the 4runner :) Well, I took the leaf springs apart, built custom packs, installed them, and was working on getting the rear axle under the 4runner, when I had a bad accident... I was pretty tired by the time i was working on getting the axle under the 4runner. Thinking i was out from underneath it, i stood up... i caught the rusty, jagged, sharp edge of the rear quarter panel with my back... I went to the hospital, and got it cleaned, and stitched up. I did a pretty good job haha, the doctor removed 6 or 7 pieces of metal and debris. He even had to cut a chunk of flesh off because he couldnt get the metal out of it! anyHways! haha, Thanks for Watching!





94 4Runner: SHE DRIVES NOW! (08/26/11)
Well, i got to go for a little romp today, but it tired me out haha! im thinking the power steering pump is shot... cause i should be able to turn like the front tires are on ice with no problem! but i have to fight like hell to get the steering wheel to turn... I got the rear driveshaft in, its such a drastic angle haha! i hope i dont start going through ujoints now hahaha! Thanks for Watching!





1994 Toyota Solid Axle 4Runner (04/09/12)
Well, you guys asked for it, so here it is! Specs: 1994 Toyota 4Runner body 1992 Toyota Ext Cab Pickup Frame (shortened & SAS'd) 1998 Toyota Tacoma 5VZ-FE 1988 Toyota 4Runner v6 Transmission 1985/84 Toyota Gear Driven T-Cases Custom Armored Axles F/R IFS Rear Axle W/ Disc Brake Swap IFS Mod on Front Axle W/ Big Brake Swap Ford F150 Rear Gas Tank Converted for Toyota Fuel Pump & Sender Ford Shock Towers Rear Springs Up Front (RUF) Chevy Rear Springs Custom Bumpers F/R (redoing Rear bumper though) Warn 8274 Winch (needs a motor) Whole bunch more, just watch the video! Thanks for Watching! http://analog56x.com/forum





94 4Runner: Rear Axle Positioning (08/12/11)
Well, I got the spring hangers cut off Beastie today, then I welded them to the 4runner frame. Moved the axle 4" forward, and set the shocks, brake lines, shackles, everything up just perfectly! also centered the tire in the wheel well! Then I ran the rear brake lines, got them all tied in. I need to rebuild a rear caliper though, Ill do a video on how to do that soon. I also started on wiring. I got the fuel tank wiring all figured out! now I just need to fix the small leak in the tank ffs... I need to put another leaf spring up front to level the truck out once the engine and stuff is in her. She's sitting level right now, and i have a TON of weight to put back into her... 80% in the front though haha Thanks for Watching! p.s. who read everything this time?





Toyota 4x4 solid front axle How to remove and replace the inner axle seals Fix knuckle leaks
How I remove and replace the Toyota 4x4 inner axle seals on the 1979 - 1985 (U.S.) Toyota 4x4 solid front axles. Link to playlist of other videos I've done on Toyota and 4-wheeling repairs: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5CD913AB3AD7C1AE&feature=plcp Marlin Crawler Eco Seals: https://www.marlincrawler.com/axle/front-axle-parts/front-service-parts/ser vice-front-hilux/hd-inner-axle-seal





Installing Wheel Spacers for Toyota 4x4 Solid Front Axle. The pros and cons of using wheel spacers.
How to install wheel spacers on a Toyota 4x4. My thoughts on using wheel spacers, some of the pros and cons of using wheel spacers, and some of the tricks I've learned in dealing with wheel spacers over the years. Generally, I'm a fan of wheel spacers. The biggest thing is just to realize that you've deviated from the factory tolerances and that parts (like wheel bearings) are going to wear faster from strain that falls outside the design parameters. but, if you're running tires big enough to need wheel spacers, you probably know that already. I say it in the video, but I can't say it enough: Check those nuts that hold the spacer on often. Wheeling rigs have a freakish ability to loosen everything attached to them.





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





Moab Easter Jeep Safari 2010 Moab Rim Trail in a Willys Jeep
Easter Jeep Safari 2010. Taking my Willys MB on the Moab Rim Trail. I did this last year with my JK so I let my buddy the "Troublemaker" from Illinois have a little fun. Only the V8 engined Jeeps made it to the top of the Sand Dune at max throttle. The MB did it at half power!! Go to www.jeepingoffroad.com for the Willys build up and more Jeeping adventures.





First Fire with 383
V8 SBC conversion into a '92 4runner





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: http://www.longfieldsuperaxles.com/products.php?product=27-SPLINE-BIRFIELD 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 Method".





Toyota 4x4 brake modification makes broken Birfield access much quicker! Quick release caliper.
Toyota for some reason made the mount for the brake caliper hardline a trapped unit. Because of the way it was designed you have to disconnect the brake line if you want to remove the caliper from the steering knuckle, or if you want to remove the knuckle from the axle. Even under shop conditions I hate bleeding brakes, so imagine how much fun it is if you would have to open the brake lines out on the trail (like when you're fixing a blown Birfield joint.) Spilling brake fluid on the ground out in the woods is not cool either. This mod allows you to remove the caliper while the brake hard line and flexible line are still attached. If you don't have to open the system, you don't have to bleed after you put it back together. This mod alos comes in super handy in the shop. As you can eliminate the brake bleeding step in any job that requires that you remove the caliper (Wheel bearing adjustment, rotor replacement, steering knuckle removal, etc.) If you don't have to bleed the brakes you just saved yourself a bunch of time. If you've had to disconnect the brake hard line at the caliper, his trick also makes getting that tiny brake hard line fitting that mounts under the bracket started into the soft line fitting threads a breeze. This is the first mod that I do to any Solid Front Axle (SFA) Toyota that wanders into my life. It's such an easy mod I'm just dumbfounded that Toyota didn't make the brackets like this from the get-go. Maybe it was a planned move to increase the service time...increased service time = more money in the service department's pocket...





Solid Axle Swap
Solid Axle Swap





Installing 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner 3" Suspension Lift Kit by Rough Country
Take your Toyota 4-Runner to new heights with Rough Country's New 3" N2.0 Suspension Lift for '96-'02 models. With enough ride height to clear up to 33" X 11.50" tires, you'll get more off-road articulation and a much meaner-looking stance at an incredible value. Upgrade your 4-Runner with front Strut Spacers, rear Coil Springs, and our critically acclaimed N2.0 Shocks. Gain balanced handling both on and off-road with a shock like no other: The N2.0 Shock Absorber is designed specifically for the weight and ride height of your Toyota 4-Runner, giving you custom-tuned performance perfect for any driving situation. Get yours at http://www.roughcountry.com/toyota-suspension-lift-kit-771-20.html Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/roughcountry Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/roughcountry Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/roughcountry And check out our web site at http://roughcountry.com





Rock Crawling 4Runner - Campbell Trails
My First Project





3 Link SAS Toyota 4x4
My build pictures. I have missed placed a lot of them so the pictures jump around. Trail Gear Three Link kit with Fox Air Shocks. 85 front axle with 5.29 gears, chromoly Dirty 30 axles, chromoly hub gears, Lock Rite locker, Axle gussets and truss. Dual transfer case with twin stick. Trail Gear 5'' Classic rear lift. Rear axle has disk brakes and Detroit locker. Maxxis Creepie Crawler 37x12.50x16. This is my daily driver. Just needs bumbers, rock sliders, and some body work. Song by: AC/DC (It's a Long Way to the Top).





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