I am sure this has been asked before but searching on the forum is not real good (even the advanced search) and it just brings up loads of completely irrelevant stuff.
My son recently went to work os and gave me his precious 80 series. We have decided to do it up and keep it. However one...
Brothers of mud I'm in need of help.
On the way to work this morning in my 89' HJ61 H55f I started getting some minor grinding in 4th that was not overly concerning but I did notice that the vertical part of the shift was a bit short.
Not 10 minutes later after having everything shifting...
I have a 1996 80 series LC with a little over 120K miles on it. Despite the low miles, mother nature doesn't really care how far you've driven and it's starting to show it's age. I can't hardly work on the thing without at least one or two bolts breaking, the fender flares are loose and flopping...
RR Diff Lock 1991 Hilux by LN106 posted Jan 23, 2017 at 8:11 PMManual 1990-1991 Hilux by LN106 posted Jan 23, 2017 at 8:11 PMDiff Lock Instruction 1990-1991 Hilux by LN106 posted Jan 23, 2017 at 8:11 PM
This owners manual is from a 1990-91 Hilux with the instructions and location of the magic...
I'm starting to seriously consider a 4Runner and was wondering if anyone was thinking about parting with their 4th or 5th Gen? Realistically it'd probably have to be a 4th due to budget but you never know.
Very happy with them so far.
They are the answer to toyota limiting its consumers to a 17 inch tire since it is the only non directional mud terrain (I know of) in that size in a load range C. Yokohama Geolander is another 6 ply available in that size and was my second choice...
Just got some maxxis buckshot 2s for a stock 2016 4runner in 265x70r17 load range C.
I'd like to run 18 psi front and 16# rear. I have 7" and 8" wide rims. Can also get 7.5.
At that psi, which rim width would decrease chances of popping a bead? Better to go more narrow or wider?