me thinks your driving style comment in an other thread may have validity here as wellSoooo when are you going to start hanging all your trophies on the wall in the shop J/K .
Lets see (sheet metal doesn't count) Birfield, rear axle shaft, hub gear, ring and pinion, front drive shaft
If you drove a jeep I could understand but a Toyota hummmm. hope you get rid of that black cloud of breakage soon.
Correction its a stock hub clutch gear that broke not a Longfield part. Also looks like the ring gear was stopped and the pinion continued to turn grinding up that one section of the ring gear and pinion.
Looks like it did a good job pulling most of it out and straight enough to seal the top. I agree with Ryan added more character. I'm sure when your ready you could replace the panels but what's the use until you put an Exo-cage or similar to keep the body straightJohn Stw said:Before:
After: Mr. Paul and his ten ton porta power got involved, thanks for the help bud.
New windshield on its way.
Good deal thats going to be an awesome donor plant. My Dads got the same year model except 4WD now doing farm duty with 300 + on the ODO. Still runs like a top and the only thing not OEM is the starter that went out last year. Are you still in or back at work? Planned to call you to go do some lookingSince the 4runner cleaned up good taught I would give this a shot.
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Not sure what I am going to use this for, but it was a good deal so I got it. A 2000 2wd Tundra 4.7L 2uz w/ 97K miles.