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      msahr reacted to tangerinedream's post in the thread 1982 pick up x 1999 Tacoma collab with Like Like.
      Axle and transfercase
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      msahr reacted to mesa man's post in the thread The Hilux Thread with Like Like.
      1983 RN48 fresh rebuilt 22r, knuckles “Project Clementine” future crawler.
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      msahr replied to the thread The Hilux Thread.
      Picked up a 2 for 1 deal. Both are 71s. The one in the foreground is complete other than a seat and bumper and a few little things. That's OK, because the other one is a parts truck. It has no engine, no seat either, no windshield or rear...
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      msahr replied to the thread Builds 1982 Build Thread.
      That small diameter diagonal is for the Load Sensing Proportioning Valve, it detects how much weight is in the bed and adjusts the pressure to the rear brakes. As for the rest, yes I can tell you all of itbis stock other than springs and shocks...
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      msahr reacted to gnob's post in the thread Temporary solution for leaking wiper seal with Like Like.
      dont
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      Your truck is definitely a DLX not SR5 so it's the correct one.
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      Seems like the trucks I see for sale are about 50/50, but since steering wheels are very easy to swap, I wouldn't use that as a measure. If you want to sell that steering wheel let me know!
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      msahr reacted to gnob's post in the thread 1980 Pickup Steering Wheel Identification with Like Like.
      yes. is right for base or 2wd. high trim got the three spoke
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      msahr replied to the thread 1983 Short Bed Wiring Connections.
      You can try coolerman he has lots of wiring parts. While he's primarily Land Cruiser, he does have terminals and shells. http://www.globalsoftware-inc.com/coolerman/fj40/wiringmainframe.htm
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      msahr reacted to Miloslavich's post in the thread The Hilux Thread with Like Like.
      Post em' if you got em! I'll start: 1992 JDM LN107
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      msahr replied to the thread FJ40 Part Out.
      Craigslist ad is gone
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      msahr reacted to TheBussman's post in the thread 82 22r starter with Like Like.
      reman Toyota is a good way to go and a pretty good price for a starter now days. list price under $100 a month ago.
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      msahr reacted to 3_puppies's post in the thread New Project Loaded: 1967 FJ40. with Like Like.
      don't forget the cotter pin
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      msahr replied to the thread New Project Loaded: 1967 FJ40..
      Worked great. Put it all together and bolted it back on the frame. Some grade 8.8 metric hardware and it's good to go. Glad to have something specific I can point to as a "completed" sub-project on the white board. Gives me some motivation!
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      msahr replied to the thread New Project Loaded: 1967 FJ40..
      Got the arm back together. Cleaned up all the surface rust, figured out how to put it back together, etc. Rather than pay hundreds of dollars for a few parts I decided to reuse everything other than the felt and the cotter pins. The felt...
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      msahr reacted to Bazz's post in the thread '79 Blue Patina Long Bed - Slow Build with Like Like.
      It definitely works! I didn't know about them prior to this truck. Really cool little unit. Ha, the shifter on mine is sooo loose. Took me a bit to figure out all the gears. This thing needs to go asap if I'm gonna take it anywhere but the...
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      msahr reacted to LongDuck's post in the thread CSC Random picture thread with Like Like.
      Went to lunch with a bunch of friends last Friday, and one showed up with this. It's a 1998 Toyota Century, J-spec (*as it was never imported here), RHD, lace curtains and wool seats, with the only V12 Toyota ever built. And yes, that's a Rolls...
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      That Toyota CB is way cool and WAY valuable. Does it work? Also those floormats! 100% agree on swapping the transmission. That 4-speed is just OK, but the shifter (at least on mine) is terrible. Especially compared to a W56 in a 85 4Runner.
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      Wow nice. Welcome to the mini-truck sickness. It's just as bad and just as fun as the Land Cruiser one.
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      Useless, and ironclad contracts. We had a Honda store that we acquired and we had to keep their system up for 2 years before we could shut it off. Hated them.
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      The group I worked for used ADP, later CDK. Over the decades I did a lot of outside parts inventories in stores that used Reynolds and UCS. UCS was nasty. We called them Useless Computer Systems :lol:
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      I've done IT work at dealerships for years. CDK and Reynolds green screens, hard-wired to local minicomputers. It's pretty amazing how far it's come. Seeing your old hardware sure brings back some memories. Unsurprisingly, Nissan had the absolute...
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      If anyone here would have old microfiche (and a reader) it would be you, sir. Haha love it!
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      Have fun and do your research. It's 100% worth doing Hy-Steer (Crossover Steering). IFS steering box, at least 4" of lift for the tie rods to clear the oil pan, etc. I used a All-Pro kit and had a local off-road racing / fab shop do the work...
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      looks like i have project coming up, thanks.
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