Just a small project I have been working on

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  1. Tony22-250

    Tony22-250 New Member

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    Hey folks this is my 1985 Toyota 4Runner I have in my garage and have just started to fixer up! You know rebuild the breaks, new carburetor, paint the undercarriage re-grease the hubs/bearings and just make it look better in general!


    These are some older pics

    notice the Glock hat on the drivers side dash lol
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    Here are some pics of what i have done so far and it has come a long way but i still have alot of work to do.

    Replacing break pads, rebuilding calipers, regreasing bearings and hub assembly

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    Cone washers are hard to get off!!!
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    Center Line Rims with 35x12.50 tires
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    Rotors
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    Newly rebuilt calipers
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    Hub parts
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    Right front strut
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    Repainted hub locks
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    Put a new stock carburetor on (needs adjustment)
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    Undercarriage before & after
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    After
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    SR5 Interior
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    Mossy Oak seat covers
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    Needs new B pillar covers
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    Back Seat Climate Control
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    Truck Bed
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    Roll Bar
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    Wiring for heavy bass system
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    Pioneer Stereo
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    I have the tools for the JOB!!!
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  2. durk

    durk Active Member

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    I like it.:)
     

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    Nice work. But watch out, driving a vehicle like will most likely mark you as a right-wing extremist:eek::p:D
     
  5. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Well-Known Member

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    Sweet! looks like a ton of fun!

    Thanks for the pictures... Wanna start on my Nissan next? :D


    Crpdeth
     
  6. Tony22-250

    Tony22-250 New Member

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    ha ha ha and so will posting on TFF :D:D:D
     
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    kutaho New Member

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    Now all it needs is a bit of mud.
     
  8. Tony22-250

    Tony22-250 New Member

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    Whats wrong with your Nissan???
     
  9. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Well-Known Member

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    It is my "gas saver", runs great, but needs a ton of body work. :p


    Crpdeth
     
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    Nice pic of the countryside but where's the truck?:D
     

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    Suicide*Ride New Member

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    Sooo Sweet!! Tony22-250, it looks like you've found & built the ULTIMATE hunting, camping, shooting vehicle!

    The cool thing about Yota's are the fact that they are light enough to go mudding & not sink in the slop, & that they are built "bullet proof" (parden the pun) from the factory in that they can run big tires w/o having to spend several thousand on HD drivetrain parts.

    I didn't see one.... have you ever considered building a rifle rack on the rollbar?

    Did the compass/tilt/roll gauge come w/ the truck or is that an aftermarket item?
     
  13. Sasha88

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    you put alot of work into that camo job but it just does'nt blend into the background, other then that I think you did a excellent job .
     
  14. Tony22-250

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    Well since the back top comes off and the roll bar is exposed i want to get a soft mount for the Barrett M82A1 and put it on a hinge so i can throw off the top and out pops the 50 cal!!!

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    The gauge clusters are not stock.
    Oh and the camo paint job is 3 coats of Rustoleum and that pick is not in its environment in that picture. it was made for deep woods with light foliage if parked on the side of a dirt rode deep in the woods and you drive by if your not paying attention you will miss it... besides deer are colorblind!

    More Pics to come once im done fixing it up!!!
     
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    oooh M82 is nice, but Ma Duece always wins;):D
     
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