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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by NoVaSteve, Oct 8, 2017.
What was the date that was picked?
I know I'm new, a complete noob, and didn't make it to dinner Wednesday (damn grad school) but would love to come just to observe/soak up info.
You'll love it.
bummer, out of town that weekend.
Cut and turn???? weld/tack some perches?????
The collective Toyota knowledge within this club is amazing!
We'd need the truck for C&T. It isn't a one day job. Unless you just want to set to a specific angle...
Beer drinking is a given.
was looking at setting a specific angle, and tacking.
I just need some "progress" to show the wife, to get out for the day.
Fair enough. Read this: Cutting and Turning
I'm contemplating attempting to remove the rusty c-channels in the back of the the frame of the FJ62. Grind off some rivets. Can't think of anything I would need other than a grinder and some hammering tools.
Good quality right angle drill & air chisel to cut off the rivet heads and punch them out (and really good hearing protection).
I did this job a couple of years ago while I had the gas tank removed. I used a combination of grinding, drilling, the air chisel and a lot of cussing. I think I used the air chisel more than anything else.
You will also need hardware to replace the rivets for the spring hangers and the body bracket mounts.
I wish I could tell you that it was straightforward but that job was huge PIA
Well, screw that for a tech day. Vince was just emailing me something along the same lines. Too big of a job.
I'm busy on the 28th...
Brake job on the Lexus?
Front end rebuild on the tow rig?
I don't think I'm going to make it to this one. I have to get the above done The inspections are a month past do.
bring the lexus... we can do that in like 30 minutes.
I'll help with a brake job on the Lexus.
Would love to tackle a knuckle rebuild in the next 6 months if you guys are up for teaching this newb. Beers, pizza, and grease all around.
Looking forward to meeting you all.
Don't set your expectations too high.