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      There is no "threshold", but you need to adjust T-bars and change out rear springs according to your weight - just like any conventional suspension. AHC can handle a real wide range of weight, but you have to do the simple task of setting up...
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      Yes, definitely.
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      Just an update here on the shim additions. They seem to have helped a ton. I have not gotten much specific feedback on the U or I style keys (because they're relatively rare), but I've verified with a bunch of people on the T style that the shims...
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      Yes, I bought the $15 extra add on. The 100 series at least the later years. Perhaps all of them I don't know. Work on a can bus system. Most the OBD2 scanners cannot talk to that CAN bus system but that specific adapter can. When you...
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      AHC delete makes sense if the car is badly rusted underneath or if you don't understand AND don't want to learn the simple procedures to keep it very reliable. AHC shocks *usually* last forever. Weeping is perfectly normal and likely means your...
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      Thank goodness I found this thread. My vehicle did the same thing after I hit a large pothole. I floundered around for a while troubleshooting and testing the pump and relay with everything working. Decided to change the front globes after I...
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      Sweet, thanks. Got it connected and tested. $20 in app purchases, $42 bluetooth scanner and you've got access to AHC info (and TPMS). How cool is that?! https://amzn.to/3C0WVbj This is my new go-to recommendation if folks can't handle...
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      Prerequisite: You need to have the Toyota / Lexus / Scion add on pack for your year. Steps: 1. Edit a display 2. Navigate to PID > Toyota, Lexus, Scion > Tire Pressure Monitor 3. Select the sensor to monitor: IDx Tire Inflation Pressure (x is...
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      Interesting. I just bought this. Should arrive tonight. I'll see if I can get it plugged in and test out some TPMS and AHC parameters and report back.
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      If the bananas are cheaper than apples, that doesn't make them a better ingredient for apple pie. They are not like replacements for one another. Those OME springs (2860 or 2865) are 30% stiffer than Toyota coils. It's going to be a bit stiff...
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      https://epicureanusa.com/pages/about Epicurean uses Richlite to my knowledge. If it's not RIchlite branded material, it's the same functional thing. You can chop on it for years and years. Clean it up, maybe a dab of oil and it looks nearly new...
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      Springs need to be matched to the weight of the car. If your car is stock (no steel bumpers), you do not want OME torsion bars and you do not want OME rear springs. Those are not made for a stock vehicle. Toyota torsion bars up front is what...
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      Andy here, the other owner of ADGU. I wish I could say that was strategy, but it's mostly just accidental. We have a ton of configurations and all those sale prices are entered manually. When we want to remove the sale, we go back and remove the...
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      We've been able to get a handful of camping and wheeling trips in this year, so I wanted to provide a few pictures of how we utilized the ADGU kitchen + drawer along the way! To start with, we added a simple Jackery 500 to provide the energy...
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      Heater hoses. My guess: 1: Not sure 2: Not sure 3: Rear Heat exchanger 4: Rear Heat exchanger 5: Heater outlet B (engine bay, I think) 6: If 145 or 200mm long, then rear heater If Mishimoto doesn't have records or schematics I think there's a...
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      Im sorry you're dealing with this! I'm over these fasteners. It seems my supplier (a US one at that) can't keep them consistent. This is the first I'm hearing of rusting but others have had issues with the threads in the past. I'm guessing the...
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      suprarx7nut reacted to novamarc's post in the thread A New LX470 Journey with Like Like.
      I think your biggest mistake in all of this was not starting a YouTube channel with 4K footage of the entire process haha I would have binge watched a series like that for sure
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      This is a bit of a facepalm moment and an indication that AHC knowledge still has a ways to go. Yes, your added weight on the hitch is preventing the car from raising to H. Chances are about 99.99% that your neutral pressures are too high...
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      Wire harness fault is my guess. 1736 will cause the 1762 code as well. Perhaps the 1764 too. Likely along the length of wire from the B1 connector in the driver rear corner of the car up to the Height Accumulator midway along the frame. The wire...
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      I've been very pleased with the Ridge Grapplers. They're kinda like a dressed up AT. You get a smidge of the larger lug MT capability with a lot of the MT look in a tire that's as quiet and well-mannered as typical ATs. I have been quite happy...
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      I installed the new steering wheel & new clock spring. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it was going to be.
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      Totally agree. I've had two wheels on old cars professionally redone now. Some of the best $$ I've spent on aging cars. Totally changes your driving experience and the difference between a cheap wrap and the real deal with new leather (or suede)...
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      My head unit was pioneer. Yes, using pre-outs. The issue stems from most (all?) aftermarket units using the stereo frame as ground. The Toyota/Lexus unit does not attempt to use the frame of the stereo as ground. Instead it uses a dedicated...
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      suprarx7nut replied to the thread Help for 06 Nav Delete.
      Can you find a listing of a car at auction or something that is the spec you desire? If not, I'd just say "N/A Spare Part for Project" They normally just want to reduce the returns they get. It's not their goal to be a gatekeeper - just to...
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      I didnt replace the bushings or use loctite. All I did was hit it with the impact to take up the small gap in the pocket where the shock sits. I think the Ironman shock bushings are just slightly narrower than the OEM ones. When I origionally...
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