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    i'm sexy as fawk

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    This is the sickest wagon in the great white north.

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    So it runs. It's loud. Still throwing a couple codes, but I'll get it worked out.

    Viper alarm/starter needs to be wired. The instructions were written by a gimp, so it's complicated. Shouldn't be so hard.

    Megan rad.


    ECU under your feet. Didn't want to lose my glove box and the 1uz ecu is giant.


    Got bored and bought these. 17x9, 17x10 +20. Will give a way better look to the car.....kinda oldschool, kinda newschool.
    I'm searching for mx83 front struts. I'll have to re-drill the rear axles to 5 lug.

    Did Toyota ever make a 7.5" 5 lug rear? Maybe I can pull one from something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMatic View Post
    Did Toyota ever make a 7.5" 5 lug rear? Maybe I can pull one from something.
    Any 2wd pickup has a rear F axle and use 5x114.3...

    Nice build btw! Not my cup of tea... air bags and all, but I can appreciate it
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy View Post
    Any 2wd pickup has a rear F axle and use 5x114.3...

    Nice build btw! Not my cup of tea... air bags and all, but I can appreciate it

    Slight correction 4cyl 2wd pickups usually had 7.5's, v6's usually had g-code 8" but there is exceptions to both and I don't know what they are. Go look for 2wd pickup and check firewall tag
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    Slight correction 4cyl 2wd pickups usually had 7.5's, v6's usually had g-code 8" but there is exceptions to both and I don't know what they are. Go look for 2wd pickup and check firewall tag
    Disk brakes?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMatic View Post
    Disk brakes?
    11.3" 1985 mustang svo rear rotors, 85 Cadillac deville rear calipers and a simple 3/16" plate caliper bracket
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    Slight correction 4cyl 2wd pickups usually had 7.5's, v6's usually had g-code 8" but there is exceptions to both and I don't know what they are. Go look for 2wd pickup and check firewall tag
    I always thought that pre-tacoma V6 were always 4wd and that the 2wd were only 4 cyl... I might be wrong

    But I have yet to see a 2wd 4cyl pickup with anything else than an F axle, never seen one... regarding the G axle, their is a couple of variance in the diff itself between the turbo/v6 and the 4cyl 4wd, but I think every 4wd uses a G 8" axle...
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    I have an 89 v6 2wd g-code in my celica

    Quote Originally Posted by tommy View Post
    I always thought that pre-tacoma V6 were always 4wd and that the 2wd were only 4 cyl... I might be wrong

    But I have yet to see a 2wd 4cyl pickup with anything else than an F axle, never seen one... regarding the G axle, their is a couple of variance in the diff itself between the turbo/v6 and the 4cyl 4wd, but I think every 4wd uses a G 8" axle...
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    nice info.

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    dope

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    this wagon is the bees knees

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Groenink View Post
    11.3" 1985 mustang svo rear rotors, 85 Cadillac deville rear calipers and a simple 3/16" plate caliper bracket

    to fit on what?

    have you done it?

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    woah... how did i miss the 1uz going in this?

    You win.

    Also, for rear end, have you considered previa? Someone was trying to convince me to do it in my daily driver wagon, 5 lug and lsd. i think there was some other benifit too but i cant remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 666 View Post
    to fit on what?

    have you done it?
    It's what is on the silly celica, rotors fit unmodified, calipers only need a bracket
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    Sweet! I have a v6 2wd 8" axle too. You can also find a 1ton 4cylinder 2wd Pickup that has an 8" axle.

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    Wicked info! Thanks guys.

    Easy enough to find an 8" LSD? It's a dd, so no welded this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMatic View Post
    Wicked info! Thanks guys.

    Easy enough to find an 8" LSD? It's a dd, so no welded this time.
    Mk3/4 supra, 4wd guys (truetrac/lockers)
    Owned too many different modified toyotas to list LOL


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    www.aussielocker.com
    instantly locked under torque. unlocked when turning if you let the gaz off
    i had one in my tacoma 2wd. work nice 4 a daily


    kinda cheap compared to a true trac

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    Toyota E-locker FTW. Ryan at disturbed has a couple in stock.

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