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Old 04-12-2011, 11:29 AM   #21
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could you do this for a 1st gen??????
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Sure could, just need envelope dimensions/pictures. If anyone is interested in sending me the information necessary to design one, I would be willing to work you out a killer deal on the prototype
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Do you have a picture of the difference in the configuration? I don't have access to a truck with ATRAC but I might be able to figure something out if someone can post up some good pictures and measurements of the reservoir.
Sure. I can get you some photos and measurements. I think the passenger side may actually work better.

Here are some general photos now. I will PM you with some better photos later. Thanks.

Here is the driver's side (2006 6 speed DC TRD Offroad)



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For the 09+ guys with a manual and a-trac, I modified a plate like the op is making to fit in the area with the clutch fluid res and it worked great. I hope the op can get something built to fit the newer tacos as I would be a buyer for sure! My plate is not very well done as I had to hack it to fit.
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Sure could, just need envelope dimensions/pictures. If anyone is interested in sending me the information necessary to design one, I would be willing to work you out a killer deal on the prototype
Sweet, I'll see if I can write up dimensions tomorrow!
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Sure. I can get you some photos and measurements. I think the passenger side may actually work better.

Here are some general photos now. I will PM you with some better photos later. Thanks.

Here is the driver's side (2006 6 speed DC TRD Offroad)



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Hmm, the driver's side is a little more crowded than I anticipated. It would be really tight with all the wires there too.

The passenger side is much more well acquainted room wise, but then you have to run wires a lot longer. It looks like I have about the same space on my passenger side so I'll work up a template for that as well.

How does the reservoir mount on its bracket? Does it just slide over a tab? Perhaps I could make a provision for that in panel design.
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I've got 4 aluminum panels cut and ready for drilling.

I've come up with a new scheme for mounting the bracket as well that does not require drilling into the fender. It uses a similar bracket as the original but mounts in between the OEM fuse box mount and the fender well. Here's a rendering showing how it would look:


EDIT: blemished panels gone
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What if you have a newer model with A-Trac, but not a manual transmission? Any fit issues? (I'd go out and pop the hood to check but my truck's at the dealership)...


Definitely interested as I need something for my winch and PIAAs to be installed in the next month or so
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I've got 4 aluminum panels cut and ready for drilling.

I've come up with a new scheme for mounting the bracket as well that does not require drilling into the fender. It uses a similar bracket as the original but mounts in between the OEM fuse box mount and the fender well. Here's a rendering showing how it would look:


I've also got two panels with "blemishes": misplaced holes due to measurement mishaps. On one, the hole would be completely covered by the fuse panel, and the other the hole would be covered by the circuit breaker. If you're interested in one of these, I'd sell them for a discounted rate.

Here's some pictures of the unfinished panels:


The blemished ones (they are also still not finished):
This one is drilled for a 185/285 surface mount breaker and 12 circuit panel with negative bus. Also room for 2 relays.


This one is drilled for a 185/285 panel mount and a 12 circuit panel with negative bus.
How much $$$?
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What if you have a newer model with A-Trac, but not a manual transmission? Any fit issues? (I'd go out and pop the hood to check but my truck's at the dealership)...


Definitely interested as I need something for my winch and PIAAs to be installed in the next month or so

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Any word on the 6sp, A-TRAC guys, did you get a chance to work anything up for us?
I never got the measurements I needed for the A-TRAC model. If someone wants to provide me with measurements I'd be glad to work on something. I don't think it would be convenient to run all the wires from the driver side over to the passenger's side either. But I can come up with a different pattern for that side if someone wants. Just send a PM.

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How much $$$?
Prices are on the first page of this thread.
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I'm interested as well, do they come with the fuse block? I'm guessing no, looks like blue sea brand can you verify? Thank you.
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They are the bluesea fuse blocks.

I might be ordering another if they fit the new 4runners.
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Have any for sale right now? Looking for one for a 07. Also can you list the fuse block and the switch these are made to fit?
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Sorry guys! I guess my email notifications got turned off or something. I'm still making these! I'll be replying to all the PMs I got today.

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I'm interested as well, do they come with the fuse block? I'm guessing no, looks like blue sea brand can you verify? Thank you.
Yes, as MrGrimm stated, I did use the Blue Sea block.

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Have any for sale right now? Looking for one for a 07. Also can you list the fuse block and the switch these are made to fit?
I do have them for sale and will be replying to messages. A list of all the hardware used should be in the install thread that I linked to in the OP. Let me know if you have any other questions about it.
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