94 4Runner: Welding Day: Step Bars Finished (02/06/12)
Well guys, got lot done! got my step bars finished, and welded them to the 4runner! Next thing i gotta do is figure out the flywheel issue... Thanks for Watching!
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!
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!
Rebuilding The Solid Axle (05/19/12)
Well guys, sorry its late, but i had so much stuff to do this weekend, it wasnt even funny. had no time to edit. Anyways, i finally got around to rebuilding the front axle on beastie after filling it with water! spent 12.5 hours (almost straight) taking it apart, cleaning it, putting it back together. Thanks for Watching! http://analog56x.com/forum/