For Sale 1985 4runner. Fort Collins, CO. $10k. SOLD

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Time to sell my baby. It's in Fort Collins, Colorado. Fresh professional rebuild and lots of goodies. Close to $20k in the build including the motor. Looking for $10000 cash or best offer. PM me for more pics or info.

Here's the list:

Rebuilt motor with around 5000 miles, professionally rebuild by AMS in Fort Collins
Toyota OEM headgasket and seals. No leaks!
Alternator, starter, fuel filter, timing cover, water pump, oil pump, replaced with OEM at rebuild
Engnbldr street RV head with oversized valves
Engnbldr 261c cam
Injectors rebuilt by witchhunter
Metal timing chain guides
5 speed manual
Thorley header
Magnaflow cat and muffler
Marlin crawler 1600 lb clutch
New OEM Clutch master and Marlin stainless clutch line
Marlin dual tcase setup with 4.7 / 23 spline rear case
Long travel front driveshaft
Double cardan rear driveshaft
Dual tcase crossmember with mild drivetrain lift (horse collar clearanced / reinforced)
Synthetic fluids throughout
SR5 gauge cluster (tach and oil pressure work)
Marlin stainless brake lines
Upgraded brakes (fj60 vented rotors, v6 calipers, t100 master, dual diaphragm booster, lspv delete, new wheel bearings)
Marlin axle seals
Rcv front axles and hub gear (The real longfields basically - lifetime transferable warranty)
5.29 diff gears
ARB lockers front and rear
ARB compressor (inflate tires and run lockers)
Armor everywhere
35 inch km2's with 75% tread
Full size spare with zero miles on it
Alcan lift
Bilstein long travel shocks
Marlin high steer / ifs box
ARP knuckle studs
LROR Backing plate eliminators
Rhinolined floor
Hi lift jack
Swing out tire carrier with Jerry can mounts
Vent window front doors (that's why they're blue..)
No cracks in the windshield, it's only about a year old





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Nice 4Runner, looks good!

How's it do on those 35's? Highway speeds possible?
Thanks! It gets to highway speeds just fine and is one of the better hill climbing 22re trucks I've been in. (This is like the 10th 22re truck I've had...) It's not as smooth as the 80 I just bought but that's to be expected.

5.29 and 35's is actually geared a bit lower than stock 4.10 and 30's, so it has more pep than your usual 4 banger. Climbs the i70 passes no problem. All we did with this truck is get into the Colorado and Utah mountains so it's got a lot of highway hill climbing under its belt. I've taken it to Moab from the front range probably 8-10 times, never on a trailer.

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