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  1. DangerNoodle

    Builds - Summer time Black FJ40 re-baselining

    They should. It would be somewhere near the top.
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    Builds - Summer time Black FJ40 re-baselining

    I'd bet that it got sucked in from the breathers during a crossing. I'd at a minimum check for bad bearings or rust on the gears. Hopefully it didnt sit too long.
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    1977 FJ40 brake rebuild

    Should be able to get them through most parts stores. Wheel cylinders should be the same.
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    1-Ton FJ43 Build

    I've usually heard that it is recomended to split the frame at a 45° on the length of the frame, but I'm sure someone with more experience can give some advice. @Godfather90 may know.
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    Builds fj60 going to EV FJ45

    My 383 and driveline is mounted around 3.5° down. I wouldn't hesitate to gain more clearance by remounting it all. A double Cardan can easily make up for all of that.
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    What have you done to your Land Cruiser this week?

    Went to the Liberty Toyota 4x4 meet. Met @fjc-man. On the way home I went out for some fall color pictures around the house.
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    Builds 1976 FJ40 Wheeler Build

    I know the feeling. Would love to see it, though.
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    Noobie First Post

    Wait, you aren't susposed to turn them into basket cases? :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2:
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    Leaf rear/coil front or coil rear/ leaf front

    As a little note, I pushed my rear axle back as far as I wanted it with the leafs, and I can dump in a 4 link rear relatively easily now.
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    Leaf rear/coil front or coil rear/ leaf front

    I have my front linked, SOA rear. It works really nicely. I started with the front links first with my build since I was down to bare frame and designed / fitted the engine around my links. It's a pretty tight squeeze. I'd love to get my rear linked up soon, and that is a pretty straightforward...
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    Noobie First Post

    I would, personally. I hate 110V welders. Too hard to do heavier stuff with.
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    Noobie First Post

    220 is always better if you can get a plug. A lot more options then.
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    Noobie First Post

    220v or 110v?
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    Noobie First Post

    What's your budget? I like my Miller 211 quite a lot. Plenty of comparable models out there.
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    Noobie First Post

    They are great projects but plan on doubling your budget. :rofl: There are plenty of great resources here on mud to help.
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    Builds 1976 FJ40 Wheeler Build

    That's right. I forgot. Wish you could come!
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    Builds 1976 FJ40 Wheeler Build

    Hey all, I'm going to be at the Liberty Toyota 4x4 meetup this weekend. Would love to have some more people come out if you are around. (@White Stripe, @Manitou Decline, @cbmontgo, @Jmsnirsh, @poovs) More info here. Liberty Toyota celebration of Toyota 4x4's on Saturday, September 25 -...
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    Noobie First Post

    Buy a welder. I'm not much older than your son, and I've learned a ton with my resto. 10/10 would recommend.
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    Complete noob with question about first FJ 40

    I have been too. It looks pretty clean. I would take that over the plow truck any day. Plus, it's a good patina canidate.
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    Help - Cannot find Windshield for 1976 FJ40

    I believe you can get windshields from Cruiser Corps.
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