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Discussion in 'General - Miscellaneous' started by wardharris, Mar 12, 2015.
None of that stuff - mostly trucks, guns, kids, wheelin' and the like.
I don't like any of those things so we're good.
SOLD NEW TIRES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Our shop truck is getting some new shoes and we have too many tires!
Selling a set of new (200 miles on 4, 0 miles on 1) TOYO Open Country ATII in 245/75R16 - great all round dry/wet/snow/mud tire - approx 31" - C Rated. Great rubber for a mini truck on the road.
Not in the classifieds, because if we can keep 'em in the Cruiser Brothers family, all the better. $1,000 new, $400 or make us an offer.
MUDSHIP available if you are patient!
Crazy good price on those tires!
Yeah, I am not a great salesman
They are very nice tires and I would buy them again in correct size. They were acquired for an anemic BJ73 and I was concerned about taxing the little motor with anything larger. Truck is gone, so......
@beno should look at these. He's rocking 16s on his BJ40-T.
You realize that's $80 per tire?
I wonder how they would do on an FJ62 running 80 series rims? Hmmm..... When are you going to be in STK next?
I already have new tires. Thanks though.
Yessir, math is correct, $80/tire. As noted in post above, this is a "Brotherhood" offer to the tribe. No classified, no Craigslist.
Stockton? Me, not for a while, but Georg will be driving from here to there in the next month or so.
HP BRAKE REVIEW – 80 SERIES
“Just wanted to give some kudos to the Terrain Tamer rotors, I was caught in an emergency braking situation today running about 70 on the interstate...
Traffic overreacted and went from 70 to 20 mph and braking was smooth and controlled. I ended up stopping well short of where I thought I would and have to say that my 80 now brakes better than my wife's 100.
Thanks again for the recommendation for the rotors...”
These still available? Are they in Freeland Ward? @red66toy needs a set of new tires.
Thanks Ward! It was nice talking to you. See you soon!
Glad to see them going to a good home, Chase!
@wardharris you going to be at NWOL?
A little something to brighten your day from our friends at Terrain Tamer. They have a full line of hand brake kits.
Hand Brake Kits
Ward and Georg are both friends of mine, Ward is currently my internet buddy and Georg I consider a personal friend. Both are outstanding individuals who go above and beyond in the Land Cruiser community. I can't say enough good things about both of these guys! I have also used some Terrain Tamer products which I have found to be of top quality! Oh ya and I had a set of Harrop E-Lockers in my 100 which were simply killer. I also had the TT brake up grade on my 100-series which weighed 8,000lbs. I drove that truck 15,000 miles to Panama and back and the brakes were super awesome. I can't wait to install more of these brake upgrades on my trucks, a super solid product.
I look forward to doing more business with these guys as well as using more of their products!
Keep it real guys!
Well, shucks. Thanks for the kind words, Ian. Looking forward to seeing the adventure as STN brings in some Leftys!
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LEXUS TRAIL EDITION
Cruiser Brothers, LLC customer Matt Branson put a HARROP/EATON ELOCKER in his 2004 GX 470 with the help of gear guru Ken "Zuk" Francisco of Toyota Gear Installs.
Here is his report: "The GX with the rear Elocker performed flawlessly in Moab! We did Hells Revenge, Fins and Things, Dome Plateau, Onion Creek, Poison Spider and part of Golden Spike. Can't wait to go back. I want to do the front and re-gear so we will talk soon! Thank you,"
If Lexus offered a factory locker it would be electrically actuated with an internal actuator, like the new Tacoma elocker. We are proud to support all offroad Toyotas in partnership with Terrain Tamer 4WD and Harrop Engineering
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