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    For Sale  FJ 62 exhaust downpipes, nuts and gaskets (Baton Rouge, LA)

    I sold my FJ62, so I have no need for the downpipes that I purchased awhile back. These are the pipes that connect to the headers and include mounting locations for O2 sensors. I also have OEM gaskets and locknuts that are included in the sale. The pipes are in good shape, except for one...
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Sale pending. Buyer is supposed to bring funds Wednesday. I’ll update the post either way.
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Price drop. $8500
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Thanks! Yeah, makes no sense to me, especially if you're going through the expense of replacing the seat foam and everything. Why not go back with new OEM-style fabric?
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Price drop to $10,000
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    No, it has not sold. I haven't even listed it locally, yet. Here are a couple undercarriage photos that I took on my way out the door this morning. Sorry for the extremely slow response. I just closed on an investment property, and it is taking up all of my time outside of work. As you can...
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    Yes, I sent you a PM.
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    TTT I’m finally getting around to trying to get this sold...
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    SOLD 1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    More photos... Of course I made the rookie mistake of not taking under body shots, so I will be doing that tomorrow.
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    SOLD  1988 FJ62 For Sale in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

    I am selling my 1988 FJ62. The truck has 179,XXX miles on it, and it has been my daily driver until I got a new job that equites travel across the state, which is the reason for sale... Overall, she’s in pretty good shape: PO performed extensive body and paint work to repair/replace rusted...
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    Gladys' Build Thread

    So, I got word from the auto electric shop that my alternator is completely fried... while I'm waiting on the replacement alternator and for my other parts to come in, I decided to go ahead and tackle the knuckle rebuild. Judging by the birf soup coming out after pulling just the cap assembly...
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    Gladys' Build Thread

    Alternator went out, so I took the "opportunity" to split the shroud to get better access and now I'm going to change out my water pump and fan clutch. I'm also going to replace some hoses and fix some wiring connections here and there while I have access and I'm still waiting on the...
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    Another Stupid Tire Size Thread

    I'd say a combination of the two. It's barely rubbing on the very edge of the tire shoulder, so I'd likely be okay with a skinnier tire unless my suspension was fully flexed.
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    Another Stupid Tire Size Thread

    I can't really speak to the gearing, but 33's may be a little tight. I just put 33x12.50s on mine that has a small (2-3") lift, and I am getting a little bit of rubbing on my exhaust pipe when cornering. In my opinion, the 31's fill out your wheel arches nicely. Maybe save the $$$ you'd...
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