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My Yota STD build

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  1. eg6sir

    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    went and picked up a 91 Toyota pickup today.. has 178k on it and it cost $2100 .. i plan on putting a 92-95 4-runner front end on it and a new bench seat.. the one it has is thrashed.. no biggie though.. nothing to really explain about it..


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    eg6sir Supa Mod Moderator VIP

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    anyone know where they sell aftermarket parts for these.. like intake and header
     
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    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

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    celerity...he's got almost every part you might want for a 22r....


    nice and rust free :) ....looks good, but the price sounds a little high....
     
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    E_SolSi Member of the 20 nut club Moderator VIP

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    nice truck

    as BDN would say "lay that fucker out"
     
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    i did a KBB on it and it said a 91 w/ 178k was $2500 is excellent condition, $2200 in good condition, $1700 in fair condition.. i thought it was in fairly good condition for the year so i offered $2100.. he had an offer before mine for $2k and turned it down..
     
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    i'll probably do some lowering blocks and new shocks, but thats it.. i just want a little more umph from the motor
     
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    Take the TO and the TA off the tail gate so its says YO. jk I dont think you can use blocks in the front of that but if you are able to DON'T. You can use them in the back if your axle is under the leafs. If I were you I would just do engine stuff and make it look stock after what happened to your civic.
     
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    to lower the front, just crank the torsion bars down. the rear end is where you use the lowering blocks. cost you all of $30 at Auto Zone/Advanced Auto for a set of 3" drop blocks. you can also do drop spindles up front as well. Toyota Pickup 2WD 84-95 2" Drop Spindles
     
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    very true.. i'll probably get new shocks to better the ride and some decent tires
     
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    well, i figured i'd make this my build thread for my Yota.. it'll be a very slow build thread, but i'll keep it updated..

    got some new wheels.. most of you seen the thread already..

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    much like my last wheel refurb.. i'll be polishing the lips and painting the mesh..
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    today i hit up the junkyards looking for the 4th wheel ^^ .. but instead i found a 4-runner, so i snagged the fenders and fender liners off of it.. OEM FTW!! no cheap aftermarkets parts.. now to complete the front end i need the 4wd grill, corner lights.. 4-runner bumper/valance, lights and bumper brackets..
     
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    Kinda like the eclipse I saw this past weekend that said "lip"
     
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    do you know that I have an entire 4Runner in my ... oh wait... too old. Forget it.

    EDIT: You mean a "borerunner"
     
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