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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?


 


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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!





94 4Runner: Wiring Wiring Wiring & Back Window Fix! (08/13/11)
Well, as the title says... this is all i got up to... i tried bending some Exhaust pipe, but my bender just kinks it... gunna have to get a shop to bend me up some pieces... i am almost ready to put the engine/trans/x-fer cases in! then i gotta shorten the rear driveshaft. I also couldnt for the life of me figure out how to get the back window working... my brother is a genius at 4runners! he told me that i had to have the rear wiper in its rest position to be able to roll the window down. I didnt even have the rear wiper plugged in haha! no wonder she wasnt workin... Thanks for Watching!





Rebuilding Axle Shafts On Toyota 7.5 Inch Rear End
This is what I went through in rebuilding the axle shafts on my 89 Toyota Pickup's axle shafts. It's a 7.5 inch axle. I had to replace the differential carrier (which I don't cover rebuilding) and decided to do the bearings while I was there, since they had 295K not-so-friendly miles on them. The key to all this was borrowing my Dad's press, wouldn't have been able to do this without it because of the fits. Simple heat and hammering wasn't budging anything.





How-To: 1994 Toyota 4Runner Rear Pinion Seal
Changing out the rear pinion seal is SUPER easy! Just be careful about tightening up the nut again after. try to get it to what it was at before, or just a hair (literally 1/10'th turn) more. Thanks for Watching! I hope this helps someone!





Suburban 1500 Rear Leaf Springs
Measuring the rear leaf spring on my GMC Suburban 1500 4x4. They look to be about 52" which is good, b/c some trucks have 56" springs which are more expensive and seem to be more rare. Maybe I can use the springs of the suburban I found in the junk yard.





How to Make Toyota 4x4 Extended length Brake Lines for lifts and long travel suspension.
Solid axle Toyota 4x4 trucks were sold in the U.S. between 1979 and 1985 before being replaced by the IFS (Independent Front Suspension) trucks starting in 1986. Other parts of the world were still getting solid front axles until the 1990's. One of the big issues when you lift a truck or put a long travel suspension on is that the front brake lines can become stretched beyond their capabilities. You either need to relocate the mounting bracket for the brake hose, or get a longer hose to avoid ripping your stock hose in half. The offroad industry would like you to go out and buy a set of extended length stainless steel brake lines, but there is a better (and cheaper) way to fix this problem. The front brake hose has two female ends on it. The hardline from the master cylinder screws into one female end of the soft line, and the hardline from the brake caliper screws into the other end. However, there is another brake hose in the system at the rear of the truck. The rear brake hose that goes to the rear axle has one female end and one MALE end. If you simply get two more rear brake hoses you can run them in series with the existing front brake hose and you get a double length hose. You can also run two rear brake hoses together to get a double long rear brake line. The NAPA Auto parts part number is UP 38256. A new brake hose runs about $13.00 (USD). For comparison, a stainless steel extended brake line set can run over $100. If you're really a cheapskate, you can go to a junkyard and grab a couple of rear brake hoses for even cheaper (however, for $13 for a new hose it's probably worth it just to go down to the parts store and get new ones.)





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





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





94 4Runner: Install Clucth/Transmission/Transfer Cases! (08/23/11)
Well, with a lot of running around, i got the Clutch, Transmission, and Transfer cases bolted up, and good to go! did it in 3.5 hours too! frig did i pay for it though... pushed way too hard! thought i gave myself a hernia or something... Thanks for Watching!





Toyota Land Cruiser front Knuckle rebuild tutorial #2 installation
The final in the knuckle rebuild series.





toyota leaf spring part 1
removal of stock springs pearches and shackels and the new front shankel pearch mount and shackels and srpings, an follow up video will show the semi finished product! be sure to watch toyota leaf spring 2 !!!





My 7mRunner Trying to flip over backwards
Down on Sumas Mountain, Wa. We finished wheelin in the woods so I tried a few road side thrills!! So much for the rear bumper.





4x4 toyota 4-runner and ford explorer farm trail part 3
This the a trip we took to the farm trail after a lot of snow melt and a bit of rain. Other video from this day.... It made the same old trail a lot more fun and we had a lot more trouble after the winch broke in the last video we tried the 4-runner on the hill with no luck. Then we went back the way we came and that gave us some trouble as well. We broke a mirror and a tail light but we got out. I need a new winch now but you get what you pay for. The ford explorer needs a new winch maybe a warn but there is talk of a solid axle swap for the toyota we will see would make a good video and check out more off road action @ clydedog72 and still need to fill a whole lot of space down here, In this video you see the winch has stopped working but I leave it on there and its a good thing because in the next video the pos broken winch protects my radiator from ice in a creek but need to fix the turd just in case we need a winch maybe be a video about it some day . This video was part 3 of 3 and was all filmed on the same day, witch was a warm winter day and all the snow melted and then it rained so the ground was pretty soft witch made it a lot more fun. The old farm trail is getting pretty boring so we had to get out. We need to travel around more but that is not cheap. At the time I am typing this we have a trip to Vinton County in the bag with the toyota mutt truck and my buddys ford ranger, this was a great trip and I squeezed four videos out of it . It was a awsome trail day got to play in the mud a littlle bit.In this video we made our way out of the woods and as you can see in the thumb nail we flex out the Toyota 4-runner as far as it can go. After this trip the guy with the 4-runner started making plans to put a straight axle in the front, at this time he has all ready got the axle and will be staring soon. This means that I will have to step up my game in the explorer, maybe a danna 30 or a swap of both front and rear, but the old mutt truck is about tucker out so maybe even the danna 44 and ford 9 in out of it. My explorer is a 5 speed so the rear end ring is no big deal just no speed-o and that will not stop me at all. The mutt has never had a speed-o and I have been getting around in it for about six years now.I would like to keep both because one is always broken but that is four wheeling. The mud hole at the end was a big let down we dug it out a few years ago and the ground holds water but dose not get very soupy but the little hill at the end is cool, and no I'm not afraid of over reving that thing.But not much more to say about that day it was fun had a little damage but nothing real bad, hope we get more videos of four wheeling some where else besides the farm but that is what cost the most getting out of town to do some wheeling. Right now I am about broke so I have to pace my self its not about making time its about the money. I may have to do some more scraping videos to build up the bank. Four wheeling is a passion of mine and I will probably do it till the day I die so need to budget and pace my self. The next year will be a cheap one but I will find a way to make all this happen, I am having a blast with the whole you tube thing and hope to do it for many years to come hope you all keep watching and hope to make more subs along the way, and if there is any thing you can suggest to make any of this better please let me know in the comments below and I will try to make them better. I know I can get more action if I get out more but the money that why the editing is not tighter. but there will be a new video every week here at clydedog72, and some day I hope to have a team of people helping make this happen but for now its just my friend behind the camera , my brother and me. There is a lot of people who we wheel with that help and are just good people to film along the way but I could not do any of this with out them big big thanks you guys..More about the farm trail, a local farmer my dad has known for a while had some thing around his farm he wanted to clean so my dad and I spent a lot of time out there cleaning up stuff and in return the farmer lets us go four wheel in the woods behind his farm. The trail is very short but there is not much to four wheel in the Dayton Ohio area, or at least legal wheeling. I know people that will just wheel any where they want and this is a very bad thing. In some circes off roading is looked down upon and for good reason, people wheel were they are not to be and they leave there trash. If you wheel please do it the right way dont be ak, these are the reasons off road parks shut down, a holes screw it up for every one. So pick up your mess and make sure that it is ok for you to wheeling were you are at. In some of the video we are in vinton county ohio...THANKS FOR WATCHING......





3rd Gen Toyota 4runner rear axle seal leak repair (ABS axles)
Re: ABS rear axle setup. Reverse the axle seal retainer when installing new bearings. Leave 3mm of polished axle inboard of the inner-most retainer. Visit the forum discussion: http://www.toyota-4runner.org/3rd-gen-t4rs/114743-possible-solution-leaking -axle-seals.html#post1060244 LEGAL DISCLAIMER: * Do this at your own risk. I am a shadetree mechanic and this is my experience and solution. You assume all responsibility for all work you perform on your vehicle and anyone elses vehicle.





Toyota 4Runner Rear Differential Pinion Seal Repair - Part 1
Few months back. I had a leak out from the differential that I hadn't got a chance to fix. So on Dec. 15 of 2010. I finally fix it myself. Got it done in forty-five minute. The only thing that slow me down is screwwing back all the four nuts. Also did a extension of the breather. This is part 1... Skip some parts because of the time not working. Forgot to shut down the camera to make it short. Also I don't have any movie maker that can cut some scene off in HD mode... Also using this camera on a low light so might benefit some camera shopper...




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