For Sale '86 SAS'd 4Runner (1 Viewer)

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'86 SAS'd 4Runner **SOLD**

1986 4Runner SR5

Drivetrain:

22RE 162,557 miles
K&N drop in.
ENGBLDR 270 cam
LCE Stainless/Ceramic coated header
2 1/4" exhast w Flowmaster DeltaFlow muffler
ENGBLDR timing set with metal backed guide
New water pump
New alt brushes
3-core radiator
Block heater
New Optima red top
New o2 sensor
Dave's Performance solid motor mount on the driver's side

W-56, new clutch and flywheel
Dual transfer cases with an MC07 Marlin dual case adapter, Marlin 4.7 gears in the rear case for a final crawl ratio of 223:1
Front Range Off Road twin stick shifter intalled in the rear case
Budbuilt crossmember/skidplate
Trail Grear long spline front driveshaft
Suspension wheels/tires:

Solid axle swap using the Trail Gear 4" kit w/ Trail Gear 5" rear kit.
TG 4" front springs, TG 5" rear springs
12" travel Bilsteins
Cross over steering w/steering stabilizer
Power steering frame brace
Extended steel braided brake lines
15x8 Cragar Soft 8's
35x12.50 Hankook Dyna Pro MT's, 35" Dunlop MT spare

Front axle:

Longfield 30 spline Super Axles/Birfield joints
Precision Gear 5.29's w/solid spacer
Aussie locker
Marlin's HD axle seals
Trail gear truss and diff armor
Trail Gear knucke gusset kit
Factory Aisin lockout hubs
Extended breather tube

Rear axle:

Precision Gear 5.29's w/solid spacer
Lockright locker
Extended breather tube


Body:

Hella H-4 E-code head lamps
Custom buit front bumper, sliders, and rear bumper
Warn XD9000i w/synthetic rope and aluminum fairlead
Kenwood CD player
Midland CB
Grant 14" sterring wheel
Factory hard top
Can-Back softop w/ Can-Back cross bars which allow the mounting of a roof rack on the soft top
Hi-lift jack
Factory white hard top

Extras:

Rear driveshaft freshly balanced
Stock front axleshafts/birfs
Starter
Alternator
Assorted parts


I'm sure I'm forgetting alot of details. This truck is extremely capable. I've trailered it to Moab for a week and it performed flawlessly. The dual cases are amazing. The factory final crawl ratio (1st gear 4wd low) is 36:1, with this set up the new final crawl is 223:1. You have the option of running stock low case, the 4.7 case, both cases for 223:1 or anything in between. This truck will go anywhere. The interior is in great shape as is the rest of the truck except for a couple small rust spots. Being an original Florida truck, the frame is rust free and in excellent shape. While used off road the truck as acquired a couple badges of honor, mostly on the passenger side. These are something to be proud of and add charactor. They do not interfere with the hard top or soft top installation.

During the SAS, the front axle was moved forward close to 2" so the front tire can stuff without hitting the rear fender well at all. The power steering pump was moved forward about an inch and braced.

Really the only bad things are the tires need to be balanced, it shakes around 45 mph but clears up above that speed. The cases leak a little but I think it's coming from the small rubber seal where the speedo attaches. Probably a cheap simple fix for both of these but I have not got around to it.
I had back surgery a couple months ago so I've steered clear from working on it.

Located in Charles Town, WV

Was $8500
$7,500 w/o the winch or $8,000 with. **SOLD**

I may trade for a built 94-95 Cobra, white or red w/black interior.

Crawlin', YouTube - 223.wmv


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offcamberfj

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Bump for a well built Runner! I know Mike well and he is very meticulous! This thing is super clean, and works really well! Good luck with the sale. I'm sure it will get snatched up soon.
 
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Say it is not so?
Why are you selling it?
I know you from over at VA 4x4.
Good lock with the sale.

Just gonna move on to something different for a while. I may build a 60 down the road, thanks.

Bump for a well built Runner! I know Mike well and he is very meticulous! This thing is super clean, and works really well! Good luck with the sale. I'm sure it will get snatched up soon.


Thanks dude!
 
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WOW!! Awesome rig. I really miss my runner. My wife promised when I sold my 84 to buy her ring I would have another one in a few years. I thinks its time to pull that card out since it's been 6 years now and no 4runner. Oh well, bump for ya.
 

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